Album: Hall of Fame (2013)


  • This song was originally recorded for Big Sean's mixtape Detroit with a verse by French Montana. The rapper then laid down a remix for the deluxe version of his sophomore album, Hall of Fame, featuring 2 Chainz, Meek Mill and Earlly Mac. Sean told Billboard magazine: "2 Chainz is on there talking about how he got 'robbed,' or how people talked about how he got robbed. There's a very important verse from him on it."
  • "Mula" (or "Moolah") is an English slang term meaning "lots of money." The inspiration for the song was when Big Sean met Birdman at the SXSW Music Festival, and the Cash Money Records co-founder told him "Ain't nothing more important than the mula."


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