High

Album: Finally Famous (2011)
Charted: 98
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Songfacts®:

  • This track features Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa and alternative Hip-Hop duo Chiddy Bang. Chiddy, who is one half of Chiddy Bang, told Karma Loop how the collaboration came about: "It was a track we had for a minute that I didn't really like at first, so Xaph (his Chiddy Bang partner) said Sean wanted to use it. When I heard it I was like 'I need to get on that now!' [laughs] But Sean is the homie and it just made sense. Our fans ask about us doing stuff together all the time so this seemed like a good opportunity to give them what they wanted. Wiz was a bonus on there."

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