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Queer rapper and go-go stud Rica Shay just dropped a fantastically filthy new track called “Giddy Up”

Here’s to your weekend taking a sleazy turn.

It’s been awhile since we checked in on queer electro rapper Rica Shay (aka gogo boy Rikki Crowly), and he’s evidently been getting busy.

The “All Up On Me” artist just dropped a raunchy new track that liberally samples a Dem Franchize Boys beat produced by Bangladesh, one of his favorite producers (who also worked on Nicki Minaj’s “Did It On Em.”

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“The beat was too good to pass up,” he says — and he didn’t write it for the ducats, either. “Even if I can’t sell it, I can still have a blast ‘fagging’ out over a beat that was originally made for masculine straight men.”

“Giddy Up” is his latest collaboration with Merle G following the tawdry triumph of “All Up On Me,” which premiered exclusively on PornHub a few months back.

Check that out here if you need to bone up on all things Rica Shay:

While he puts the last polishing touches on an EP dropping later this year, tide yourself over with this sexed-up ode to all things libidinous, licentious, lascivious, lusty, and ludicrously lurid.

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