I Luv Dem Strippers

Album: Based On A T.R.U. Story (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • This haunting song reunites 2 Chainz with Nicki Minaj, who supplies some energized expletive-filled rhymes. The pair previously worked together on Minaj's track, "Beez In The Trap."
  • 2 Chainz borrows lyrics from R&B group New Edition's 1984 hit "Mr. Telephone Man," when he sings, "When I call my baby's number I get a click every time."

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