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Pop the Glock
Uffie
Writer(s) Uffie
Feadz
Producer(s) Feadz
Length 3:29
Sex Dreams and Denim Jeans track listing
"Art of Uff"

"Pop the Glock" is a song by French-American recording artist Uffie. The re-released single was released as a 12" vinyl on November 30, 2009. "Pop the Glock" was Uffie's first single and an international underground hit. It was originally released in early 2006 by Ed Banger Records on the Pop the Glock/Ready to Uff EP. The original release gained Uffie attention from the media, fans and critics alike and landed her a record deal with French electronic label Ed Banger Records. "Pop the Glock" was written by Uffie and produced by Feadz, and is in large-part based both lyrically and musically on Audio Two's "Top Billin".

ReleaseEdit

"Pop the Glock" was re-released as an EP on November 30, 2009 as a promotional tool for her debut album Sex Dreams and Denim Jeans (2010), where it was ultimately included. The release also included three remixes of "Pop the Glock" by producers Mirwais (who collaborated with Uffie on her upcoming album), Felix da Housecat and Ellen Allien. The 12" vinyl of the release is currently available to buy from the CoolCats online store and is available to download from various online music stores such as iTunes and includes a download of the "Pop the Glock" music video. The vinyl was officially released through Amazon.com on January 5, 2010.

Music videoEdit

Uffie - Pop The Glock ( Official Music Video ) HQ03:32

Uffie - Pop The Glock ( Official Music Video ) HQ

The official video.

A music video for "Pop the Glock" was also released in late 2009, directed by Nathalie Canguilhem. Sky Ferreira subsequently appeared in the music video after signing with Parlophone in July 2009.

ReferencesEdit

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