Album: Back on My B.S. (2009)
  • This song was produced by and features the American hip hop producer Jelly Roll.
  • Rhymes told "When I realized the Mariah Carey record (2002 duet "I Know What You Want") did so well, I thought, 'I may not be the sexier motherf---er, but chicks like me!' I think you all will play this record when you're with your loved one, and taste their sugar. Ain't no dark s--t that's gonna make you sad or upset or make you wanna hurt somebody."


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