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New Year, New Body: Irv’s Get Fit Playlist

Every year we vow to drop the cheeseburger and shed 10 or more pounds. Weight loss goals and resolutions are for everybody, even your favorite fitness guru posting videos on Instagram.

We all have a desired body image in mind. For some, it may just be to become healthier – not necessarily shed weight but treat the temple with a little more TLC. And for others, the kangaroo pouch simply has to go.

It is without a doubt that music makes the sweat session more enjoyable. There is no gym facility or class you can enter without music blaring through the speakers.

Whether it be trap, EDM, pop, or maybe even classical, whatever your earbuds desire, having a good go-to playlist will keep you motivated to hit that extra rep of pushups – feel the burn.

Kicking off the New Year with two sweat sessions to jumpstart your body goals right, Irv “Zeus” Hyppolite has crafted the hip hop-lovers bootcamp dream, Inner U Bootcamp.

A true experience of earning your sweat equity for that body you’re itching for, Zeus keeps the tracks flowing to make those wall squats just a bit more enjoyable.

Grab your tickets for a session with Irv here, and check out his curated playlist for BrooklynButtah to sweat to below.

Bootcamp Playlist

The National Anthem of the United States of America – Tierney Allen
Dey Know – Shawty Lo
Bad and Boujee – Migos feat. Lil Uzi Vert
Imma Ride – Rich Homie Quan
JD -A$AP Rocky
Caroline – Aminé
Throw Sum Mo – Rae Sremmurd feat. Nicki Minaj
I Don’t Like – Chief Keef feat. Lil Reese
Us – Lil Reese
Back on Road – Gucci Mane and Drake
Digital Dash – Drake and Future
Public Service Announcement – Jay Z
Too Much Sauce – DJ Esco feat. Future
So Sophisticated – Rick Ross feat. Meek Mill
Know Yourself – Drake
Ultralight Beam – Kanye West

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Alley Olivier is a Kanye West fan hype off caffeine or Jameson, depending on the time of day. A too-proud Brooklyn, New York native, Alley has two-stepped her pen skills at digital and print publications including KarenCivil.com, Ebony Magazine, and Caribbean Life newspaper. Her greatest accomplishment and No.1 focus is being the managing editor of BrooklynButtah.com – leading a great team and handling all of the site’s supporting entities. Freelancing every-so-often, she selfishly keeps her best pieces exclusively for BrooklynButtah. Follow her pursuits for good food, dope experiences, and amazing interviews @AlleyOlivier_ #AlleyPurp

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