Main Chick

Album: My Own Lane (2014)
Charted: 69 60

Songfacts®:

  • This DJ Mustard produced cut features Chris Brown and was recorded during the same session as their hit single "Show Me." It was originally included on Breezy's X-Files mixtape as a bonus track, but such was the positive response from fans, Kid Ink decided to include it on his My Own Lane album. He explained to XXL magazine: "At first we were only planning on having one Mustard record and one Chris Brown record, and we ended up cutting both those at night. The first thought was, choose one of them, and then the other one we'll just have in the arsenal to leak or something like that."

    "Chris ended up putting it on his mixtape at first, which I thought was dope just because it felt like he was co-signing it a little bit more and making it seem real, like it wasn’t just a one-time, label favor situation, like he was actually rocking with me," he continued. "So we ended up getting a crazy response from the record, and had a more turnt up version of the record with me on it, and decided at the end to use it on the album and just see where it goes and let the music speak for itself and not be concerned if people think it's a gimmick or anything like that."

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