Album: single release only (2012)
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  • This single features Rudolf's Cash Money labelmates Lil Wayne, Birdman and Limp Bizkit. "Baby [aka Birdman] said to me, 'I want to do another big record for everybody to get on,'" Rudolf recalled to Billboard magazine: "I think in his mind he imagined Tyga and Nicki [Minaj] and Drake and Lil Wayne. He said, 'You got that record?' and I was like, 'Uh... not yet.' It got to a point where I didn't want to show up at the studio anymore without the record."

    "Then I was out in L.A., in the studio with Fred (Durst) working on Limp Bizkit's album," he continued, "and I just come up with the beat and the hook. Fred was there; he did his verse and the whole thing happened super quick. Then I brought it back to Baby, and he loved it. He wanted everyone on it, but I said, 'Look, I think we have to choose.' So we narrowed it down; Fred was on there already, and obviously we wanted Wayne, and then (Baby/Birdman) got on it, too, which was great."
  • The WWE picked up the tune as the theme song for its September 2012 Night Of Champions event in Boston.
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