June 16th, 2010
07:48 AM ET
In case you haven’t had enough “Jersey Shore” in your life, you can indulge in Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino’s auto-tune drenched, fist-pumping dance single, "The Situation," now available for purchase on all digital retail outlets.
Sorrentino teamed up with Fatman Scoop, DJ Class and the Disco Fries to create this “Jersey Shore” musical spawn, and TMZ posted a 50-second clip of this migraine of a song.
After the introduction lyrics - “We got a situation here" - about half of the brief clip is comprised of “Whoa, Whoa, Situation,” repeated over a background of what sounds like air-raid blasts and an anxiety-inducing techno beat mix.
Later in the song, we get to the real substance: "The motherf'in Situation/ What the hell are you lookin' at? / Can a DJ get in like that/ Grab some [expletive], drink some 'yac/ I ain't doin' [expletive] 'til I get my cash/ Where the ladies at?/ I ain't at a bar to get drunk alone/ I'm gonna take a hottie home." It's like all of the life lessons from an episode of “Jersey Shore” in a nice little package of a song.
So yes, those lyrics may be simple, but the Sitch is only trying to make you dance. "We connected in the studio and had a great time putting together something that fans can just have a good time and dance to," Sorrentino said of the song in a statement.
Production duo Disco Fries added, "We premiered it out this past weekend and had the dance floor rockin’ – it was obvious we had to get this out for the DJ’s ... all the haters need to smile when they listen to this one."
Are you smiling yet? And, more importantly, will you be purchasing "The Situation?" It's okay, you can tell us - we won't judge.
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