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  • This song features the rapper Kokane, who played a significant role in the success of Snoop Dogg's 2000 album Tha Last Meal. Kokane recalled his contribution to this song to HipHopDX.com:

    "He hit me up on Instagram and said, 'Kok I need you.' We chopped it up and he told me he was on a deadline and had to take care of some other things," Kokane said. "So, I went in and knocked it out. I wrote the song in my head on the way to the studio. It took about 10 minutes for me to lay it down."
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