The Boyboy West Coast Drops Music Video For Viral Hit "U Was at the Club (Bottoms Up)" (UPDATE)

After reaching meme-status on TikTok.

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UPDATE: Following an unexpected official release with Republic Records, The Boyboy West Coast is now back with a music video for his viral hit “U Was at the Club (Bottoms Up).”

April 20, 2019: After becoming a viral on Tiktok and other forms of social media, The Boyboy West Coast‘s viral hit “U Was at the Club (Bottoms Up)” recently received an official release.

Dropped by Republic Records, the track is noted as Boyboy’s debut single teasing more music to come from the Santa Barbara artist. “U Was at the Club (Bottoms Up)” was already considered a hit before the official release, racking up 2.7 million views on Instagram and 13.5 million views on YouTube with a looped video showing Boyboy going through the song’s verses and chorus.

Listen to The Boyboy West Coast’s viral hit “U Was at the Club (Bottoms Up)” on Spotify and Apple Music below.

For more music news, Lil Dicky dropped a visual for his 32-feature “Earth” track to Commemorate Earth Day.

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