It's rare that we feature two different songs by two different artists in one post. In this case, we've got two songs so inextricably connected that we had no choice.
In 2003, "Suga Suga" was a rather big hit by hip hop group Baby Bash. The song itself is kind of sweet, in a early-2000s sexist sort of way. At any rate, the woman referenced in this song, which is kind of a slow jam, is featured in a positive light.
This song was a big hit, making top 10 charts worldwide.
Fast forward to 2014". German DJ Robin Schulz hears "Suga Suga" and loves both the chorus and the hook (itself somewhat lifted from Barry White). So he hires Canadian vocalist to perform new verses and introduce the chorus, completely lifted from "Suga Suga". Heck, the "Sugar" video even lampoons the "Suga Suga" video somewhat - the cop has a Baby Bash costume in his suitcase.
But it's a very different song. The woman referenced here is very much not a positive influence. The song is less slow jam and more dance floor smash. It was, however, an equally big hit.
Yes, mashups exist. No, we're not sharing them.