Flashing lights. Five Hour Energy bottles. An endless supply of alcohol flowing like the Nile. Women whose morals range from “just want to have a good time” to “no way I’d introduce her to moms.” And, if you’re really about that life, a small line of coke (not me, I just know they’re people out there who dabble in booger sugar). All those ingredients pretty much describe the setting in which Roscoe Dash’s “Good Good Night” would appeal to your liking. It’s party music in quite possibly today’s truest sense. Nothing more, nothing less, so don’t try to make it more than what it really is. After giving away chart toppers to artists like Waka Flocka, Big Sean and DJ Drama (all hits in 2011, by the way), Young Roscoe hits the club scene in Vegas for what he hopes to be the anthem for everyone’s weekend and a party mainstay this fall and winter.
I guess what I’m really trying to say is this. Just play “Good Good Night” the next time you’re partying in Vegas.