The track is used in Kanye West's "Blame Game
." Richard D. James claims that West tried to get away with not paying, his reps saying, "It's not yours, it's ours."
The piano part sounds like it could be re-recorded by West rather than directly sampled. In the liner notes for its album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
, it states that "Blame Game" "contains elements of Avril 14 by Richard James."