Make a Movie

Album: The Perfect Storm (2010)
Charted: 71

Songfacts®:

  • This is the first single from American rapper Twista's eighth studio album, The Perfect Storm. The song features Chris Brown and was produced by Travisty.
  • Twista told MTV News about his collaboration with Chris Brown: "It was just a groove that I really felt, the whole vibe of the song," he said. "It was something that fit the criteria of what I wanted to come with as far as my next single, as far as me making the sexy jams and being able to come like that. So when I heard the song, I knew it was a jam we could really work with. By the time it came around to get Chris Brown on it, I was like, 'Man, we got to put the homie Chris on it.'"
    Twista added: "When he heard the song, he immediately jumped on it, as far as the mutual respect he had for me. When I got it back, I listened to it one time, and we knew it was a wrap. We knew we had to roll with it, because it was a jam. It's sexy to the people. Whenever we play it for different people we try to catch a vibe from, they always like it, so I knew it was the one for me."
  • The song finds the quick-tongued rapper rhyming about making a sex tape.
  • An earlier version of this joint featured T-Pain's voice instead of Brown's.

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