The hook was sampled from Biggie Smalls' Runnin.
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Nas and a children’s choir deliver this hook, which is an inspirational twist on a Nas single.
Like the “Niggas in Paris” and “She Will” remixes, it features T.I. (King of the South) reemerge on the scene from being released from prison.
Wayne likes to use his mixtapes to release new artists, this time, it’s rapper Flo.
The intro describes how many people’s pre-conceived notions prevent them from enjoying Watsky’s music, unless they actually listen to him a few times, and realize how good he actually is.
Ester Dean delivers a meaningful hook on this, which is surprising, cause most of us are used to songs like “Drop It Low” coming out of her.
A Young Money cliche, another sex song..
This song came out at a time where everybody had Nate Dogg on their hooks. As this song is a parody, they got that extra joke in there.