Fix My Hat

  • This was helmed by producer Drew Money, whose previous credits include " Hello Brooklyn 2.0" for Jay-Z and "Down" for Chris Brown. Money told Billboard magazine: "I wanted to give him something old school-sounding, but with new elements in it like synths and 808s and I wanted raw energy, and if you listen to Beastie Boys' first album, Licensed To Ill, you'll know what mind state I was in when creating it. I just wanted something simplistic but with a complex element in the hook."
  • Rebirth is labeled a rock set. However Drew Money explained to Billboard that this is one of the few "rap songs on the album, for his core fans that don't like rock."

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