A different version of the song, also produced by Timbaland, features Chicago rapper Tink trading verses with Rick Ross and Jay Z
. Timbaland told Power 105.1's Breakfast Club that producers Da Internz introduced him to Tink: "She was music and she saved my life... You can't believe somebody at 19 got it," he said. "We don't see that no more. The last person we saw [like her] was Drake."
The official "Movin' Bass" version on Hood Billionaire
does not feature Tink's contribution. Ross explained during a Google Hangout session with MTV News' Sway Calloway and Rob Markman why the album version is completely different from the Tink-featuring version. "Timbaland released his version that I was real disappointed in hearing," Ross said. "Me and Jay created the original version. That's one of the records we vibed up when we had a couple sessions, you know what I mean? Of course Timbaland produced it and had the production on it for a little while and I went by the studio before and he played me the version and I was like I see what you did, but chill on that, we doin' our thing on it. I was disappointed in homie on that, that was a little…"
Ross added that the Tink version was a derivative not the original version. "That's one of the things that I was disappointed in homie with," Ross said. "We bigger than that. We bosses. And I expect homie to clarify that whenever he make his rounds. But most definitely me and Jay did that record and it is what it is."