Album: Wildheart (2014)
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  • This provocative track is about wild girls who have a taste for the gangsta lifestyle, epitomized by the controversial '80s rap group (known for songs like "F--k tha Police") referenced in the title. It was co-written by Tha Dogg Pound rapper Kurupt, who also performs on the track.
  • Miguel says the song is really about confidence. He told Entertainment Weekly: "It's all attitude. But not in the gangsta way that was meant with [the hip-hop group] N.W.A. More confident. A little cocky at times. But you have to be. Wild-hearted people have to have that belief: 'You should roll with me. I know what I'm doing. I'm in control.'"


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