Phife Dawg, Q-Tip and Busta Rhymes exchange bars on this cut, with the latter incorporating Jamaican patois in his rhymes.
Busta Rhymes is a long time Tribe collaborator including contributing to their 1992 breakout posse cut "Scenario
." The Long Island rapper told the New York Times
Q-Tip had one major rule for the album: He insisted that everyone who was a part of it come work in the studio.
"If you wrote your rhyme somewhere else, you still had to come back and lay your verse in Q-Tip's house," Rhymes said. "So we pretty much did every song together. Everybody wrote his stuff in front of everybody. Everybody spat their rhymes in front of each other. We were throwing ideas around together."