If the road to salvation is paved with stupidity, then the three young rappers in Da Muzicianz are barreling towards Nirvana. Anchored by Ying Yang Twins emcee D-Roc, the group also includes Mr. Ball and Da Birthday Boy, both of whom are too young to enter the strip clubs they rap about. But thankfully they're shifty enough to get around the club's bouncers, allowing them to revel in life's simple pleasures: drinking, dancing and "hitting skins." Indeed, the Muzicianz bypass weighty self-consciousness, focusing instead on showing love to "everybody that tipsy" and demanding that their audience "go dumb" and "do the crazy dance." And of course the crazy dance requires a degree of physical agility, which is why the emcees cherish female fans whose "titties pop out like jello" as they're "twisting, turning, bopping, burning, topping, churning, and switching." But Da Muzicianz are no misogynists. As the song "Strip Leader" proves, they respect the pole-dancing matriarchs that make their lives worth living.