From the company's site:
We debuted the track yesterday and now we get the news that J. Skeezy and Fresh’s Bulldog Nation is the OFFICIAL anthem of the UGA Bulldogs for the 2010 season (and beyond?). Remember, you can download the song from iTunes on August 10th. This is amazing news for Fresh, Skeezy and Team E.C.S.T.A.C.Y.! Congrats guys, you’ve been on your grind! You deserve it!----
UPDATE: Uh-oh. The word official, and the statement above, are gone on the company's site, replaced with this:
As both current and former students of the University of Georgia, H.E.R Hip-Hop is proud to present you with the Dawgs unoffical 2010 anthem. Skeezy and Fresh go in on this one, making us proud to be Bulldogs. Listen to the track below and make sure to show your support by purchasing the song on iTunes when it’s released on August 10th.Said UGA Athletic Dept. Spokesman and Associate Director Claude Felton: "While the song may be used during the 2010 season on occasion, it is not the official song of the Georgia Bulldogs.”
No worries, guys. The song's still playing on markricht.com. And it's significantly cooler than this.
You can also listen to the song here:
We'll see where this goes. It's catchy, but I don't know that we should be rapping "who cares about the Crimson Tide." And I can't quite catch what it says about Florida, but if I'm right in hearing "slaughter you gators ..." well, no one tell Urban Meyer we said that, OK?
Note: L.I. Athens Bureau Chief Brian Huff, a music business student himself, called our attention to this.
Note: This post edited to conform with new information.
Update: GSB has gotten word that the highlight video associated with the song will be played after the third quarter at Sanford.