Blow It Out

Album: Chicken N Beer (2003)
Charted: 79
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  • The first of many Bill O'Reilly references in Ludacris' catalog was made in this song, in which he mentions both the talk show host and Pepsi by name, culminating in the line "Pepsi's the new generation." The album was released shortly after he was dropped as a sponsor by Pepsi. >>
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    Jim - Oxnard, CA
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