David Banner produced this. The rapper and producer is best known for his 2005 US #7 hit "Play." Banner told Rhapsody about this track: "Wayne is the one of the only rappers in this generation who doesn't mind breaking out of the everyday mold of what people think records should be. A lot of rappers like my beats but they're afraid to be creative. Wayne is not that type of artist and that's why I enjoy working with him the most. The fact that he calls himself a Martian may be the truth, because musically, he wants to push paths of what rappers are doing. I actually did that beat for the Shrek 3 soundtrack. I got a call at the last moment by my movie agent and they were having a problem with one of the tracks on Shrek 3 and needed a track. It was going to be an instrumental or a song, but either way, it wasn't designed for a rapper. So that within itself shows the dexterity and what [Wayne] was doing. What's crazy is, Wayne would be in the studio with Nelly or somebody, and I'll see them in the streets and they'll be, "Man, this song [with] Wayne got through you is so crazy. I don't believe this s--t." Then I was going through one of my beat CDs with Busta, and Busta heard the 'La La' beat and was like, 'Man! I peeped this s--t with Wayne! S--t's f--king crazy, dog! It's the second coming!' So I had been hearing from everybody else how dope the track was. What people don't know, I actually got two beats on Tha Carter II, but you gotta find the second one."