Album: F.A.M.E. (2011)
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  • This Wiz Khalifa-featuring cut is a bonus track on the Deluxe Edition of F.A.M.E. "It was one of those records that was spur of the moment, so it's confusing at the same time," Brown told MTV News. "Jean Baptiste had brought the beat in and was like, 'This beat is crazy.' So, then I did a verse, and Wiz came by the studio just to chill, and I asked him, 'Do you want to put a verse on it?' And he was like, 'Sure.' It was just all of us hanging out. We build those relations off of working and our environment. It's not even about records or being an artist, it's just about us hanging out. So it was just a fun, fun track. And it came out to what it is, the bomb. [Laughs.]"


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