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Album: The Quilt (2008)
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  • This hip-hop anthem features guest vocals from Busta Rhymes. Frontman Travie McCoy told Rolling Stone magazine: "The hip-hop enthusiasts didn't really take me serious as an MC, and I'm making for damn sure they do on this record."
  • This was recorded in Miami with Lil Wayne producers Cool and Dre. McCoy told Rolling Stone that it was Dre who hooked up Busta Rhymes for his guest vocal. He added that after Dre played a demo for the rapper on speakerphone, Rhymes exclaimed: "Yo! I'm coming to Miami right now! If you don't save me a verse on this song, I'm going to kill all of ya'll."


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