Cookies-N-Apple Juice

Album: Crime Pays (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • Cam'ron told MTV News about this double-entendre-heavy song: "My man Skitzo did the beat and the chorus. He said, 'Cam, you don't really do beats like this,' trying to bait me. I went there and did it in like 10 minutes. I put my homegirl that I'm dealing with, Bird Lady from Harlem. We did that song in like 20, 25 minutes. To keep it 100, my man did the beat, and I fed off of that."

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