by Game (featuring Kanye West)

Album: The Documentary 2 (2015)
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  • This heavy-hitting number finds Game taking subtle aim at his former G-Unit boss 50 Cent, rapping, "No 50, keep the change, hoe." Asked about his current relationship with his longtime nemesis during an October 2015 Reddit Q&A, Game replied, "No beef.... we don't speak."
  • The song features both vocal and co-production contributions from Kanye West. The GOOD Music boss handles the chorus, sing-rapping lines like, "Say hello to the mula." ("Mula" or "Moolah" has been used as a vernacular synonym for "money" since the late 1930s.)
  • A filtered sample from Phantogram's "Fall In Love" was used to create the song's beat. Vocals from the track repeat in the background throughout the song.


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