W.A.G.E Releases Song That Makes Serving Detention Not So Much a Punishment, But a Praise

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Today up and coming hip-hop duo from Maryland, W.A.G.E announces the release of first single "Detention" from their debut mixtape titled "Roadside Assistance" which is set for a August 23,2012 release.

Also, shows women that men find traits other than appearance to be sexy.

Usually detention is often thought of as a disciplinary action given to students who misbehave during class. Today hip-hop duo W.A.G.E released a clever song using the concept of detention to acknowledge women in a class of their own.

In the hip-hop community when a woman is referred to as "bad" it's usually based on her physical features. In this single W.A.G.E used the word "bad" to describe a woman who possesses class, independence, and aspirations. The purpose of this song is to motivate women that they too can be a boss. Also, shows women that men find traits other than appearance to be sexy. The duo proves this theory using poetic and smooth lines to display their admiration for the ideal woman. This single will fit right into the theme of their upcoming mixtape titled "Roadside Assistance." The project scheduled to drop on August 23,2012 will contain songs that will each have a meaning to help assist the listeners in dealing with the issues of everyday life.

This track is now available for free download on their official website.(http://www.teamwagemusic.com) So be sure to check it out as this young duo gears up to take the industry by storm.

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