Pop Champagne

Album: Pray for Reign (2008)
Charted: 22
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  • This features Juelz Santana and Ron Browz with the latter also producing the song. Jones told MTV News how he first came across the tune's backing track: "I was going home one day, and DJ Jazzy Joyce - at 4:30 in the morning - was playing the [track]. And I know how much Ron wanted to become an artist and break into the game. So when I heard it, I was like, 'Damn, it got a good sound.' I was just being courteous, as he did so many hot beats for me. So, I jumped on the track, like, 'Let's see what it do.' It started to sound a little bit crazy, and I said, 'Well, let's see if we put Juelz [Santana] on it how crazy could it get. And I called Young Hub, and Hub was like, 'Aiight, on the strength of you, I'll jump on it for you.'"
  • In this song, Jones boasts about being able to afford to purchase a brand new drop-top Ferrari and buying out bottles in the club. The rapper defended such ostentatious lyrical content during a recession, when many are going under. Said Jones: "S--t if you making money why not talk about opulence? Yeah you should be aware of what's going on and you should always be aware of the recession but that's on you if that's the type of music that you want to make."


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