The strip club scene in Atlanta has evolved into a prominent hip-hop fixture where rappers use the club’s influence to promote their records. Although the strip club scene was more popular in the south for quite some time, regions across the country have recently adapted to the lifestyle. Rappers tend to bring their songs to the most popular clubs in their area to observe the audience’s response. In most cases, the DJs are in control of what songs get played, and club-goers tend to gravitate to the songs dancers enjoy the most.
Bronx native Charlie Wayy pays homage to the strip club scene with his new single “Mary Poppins.” The hard-hitting bass of “Mary Poppins” coupled with the clever lines and lyrics is what makes this record unique. It’s not just your average “turn up” song. Instead, there’s a level of sophistication associated with this record, and not only does Wayy convey this in the song, but also in the cover art.
According to Thisis50.com, “Mary Poppins was iconic for her umbrella. Opening an umbrella is the first thing most people do when it's raining. Making it rain is a strip club staple.”
Check out the song above and let us know what you think.