Take Off
by Chip

Album: Transition (2011)


  • The third single by British pop rapper Chipmunk, from his second studio album Transition was produced by H-Money and features American R&B vocalist Trey Songz. Chipmunk was the first UK artist the Bottoms Up singer has worked with.
  • The song finds Chip spitting rhymes about the difficulties of being in a relationship when he's famous, whilst Songz croons in the chorus, "It's like you didn't want me to take off." The American singer explained to SoulCulture: "It's a song about a battle he (Chipmunk) is basically having with himself and the woman that he is dealing with at the same time."

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  • Willie from Scottsdale, Az"Take Off" by Geddy Lee and Bob & Doug McKenzie is better. Word.
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