Album: The DeAndre Way (2010)


  • This song, which was originally titled "I Deserve a Grammy," chronicles Soulja Boy's desire to win one of music's most prestigious trophies. "When I wrote that song, I got nominated [for Best Rap Song in 2008] for 'Crank Dat,' and I lost to Kanye [for 'Good Life,']," he explained to Billboard magazine, "and when I was going into this album I was like, 'Man, I need a Grammy!'"
  • The song features singer-songwriter Ester Dean, who is best known for the hits she's penned for other stars such as Rihanna #1 hits "Rude Boy" and "What's My Name?."


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