FourFourFourTwo is back to reveal that the song Yo Yo will be back in 2017, and the video that the track is in is also a reference to its title.
The track, “Yo Yo”, is a rap-rap crossover track that has been played on many radio stations in the past, and has also been used in many video games such as Gears of War 4 and Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain.
The video for “YO Yo” is set to air on KROQ, the KROq radio station in Atlanta, Georgia.
The song is titled “Yo Yo” in reference to Yo Yo and his brother, rapper Ice T.
The song was first heard on The Breakfast Club in 2009, but has since been played over and over again by radio stations and other entertainment sites.
The video is also part of the same radio station, and is a parody of the game’s game mode, The Phantom Puncher.
In 2014, Yo Yo’s official music video, which features the rapper and Ice T, was uploaded to YouTube, with the lyrics “Yo yo, yo yo, we gon’ have yo yo yo”.
It’s been a while since Yo Yo has been on the charts.
Yo Yo made its debut on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 2016.