Album: Exit 13 (2008)
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  • This raunchy tune about meeting a girl and subsequent attempts to woo her, features Cool J's labelmates The Dream.
  • LL Cool J also recorded a re-mixed version with Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora. Cool J told Rolling Stone magazine: "It's really a departure. Rick Rubin would be proud of me."
  • Exit 13 refers to the fact that this was LL's 13th album on Def Jam and the last on his contract. It was his first album since his 2000 collection G.O.A.T. to have the parental advisory label for explicit lyrics.


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