Album: Don't Feed Da Animals (2008)
Charted: 71
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  • Zoe told MTV news that this song, "will really reach your deepest depression - your most vivid, confused visuals in your life. The things you go through, that confuse you - anything that's not a great feeling." He added: "People aren't joyful all day. I wanted to make a couple of songs that will touch people, make them say, 'Hey, man, I feel like that too.' I was feeling like that at the time. I know [there's] no one way to make a hit. A hit is a hit. The video we wanted to touch down on - no clubbin', a whole bunch of jumping up and down - we wanted to make a real video. I think that's my best video to this day."
  • Miami rapper Rick Ross makes a cameo appearance in the music video.


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