Here's a breakdown of the samples used in "Pass The Courvoisier Part II":
"Scenario" by A Tribe Called Quest. Busta performed on this 1992 song, which used various samples of its own, including "Give It Up" by Kool & the Gang and "Little Miss Lover" by Jimi Hendrix.
"Shake Ya Ass" by Mystikal. This one was also written and produced by The Neptunes and features Pharrell on vocals.
"Easy Come, Easy Go" by Odyssey. This 1977 song was by a New York disco group who had their biggest hit with "Native New Yorker" that same year. The song was written by Sandy Linzer and Denny Randell, who wrote some hits for The Four Seasons. Providing some insight on how all these samples were cleared, Randell told us
: "We worked it out with Warner Brothers at that time - they were licensed to use what they wanted to made their record."
" by The Sugarhill Gang. The part used sampled the famous bassline created by Bernard Edwards in "Good Times
" by Chic, which he wrote with Nile Rodgers.
A total of 16 writers are credited on this track: Busta, Diddy, The Neptunes, and the composers of all the sampled material.