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Album: Significant Other (1999)
Charted: 70

Songfacts®:

  • This song was designed to "add some flavor" to the Significant Other CD. Rapper Method Man is a guest vocalist on the track. On each of their albums, the band would bring in at least one popular rapper to provide a hip-hop influence. "We like to have a variety of music on Limp Bizkit records that swings back and forth between being more traditional hip-hop and then more traditional rock or metal," guitarist Wes Borland told us. "Like a bunch of songs that tie those two elements together so that people aren't getting just a perfectly balanced meal with every song."
  • The interlude that leads into the track is a song called "My Billygoat," and is sung by Fred's mother. You can't hear it just by going to the track and pressing play, the only way to hear it is to listen to the previous track. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Nick - Paramus, NJ
  • When Limp Bizkit played this song live, they would often pick out someone from the audience to sing the Method Man parts.

Comments: 3

  • Harlo from Chicago, IlMethod Man owns
  • Austin from Smallsville,new England, --In the video my generation Dusrt said that if he was in heaven he would be kicking it with Method Man. And in the next video he raps with him. The video shows the two floating and doing kung foo around the room.
  • K from Leicester Uk, EnglandNick buddy, say it to him!
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