Feelin' Myself

Album: Feelin' Myself (2013)
Charted: 2 96
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Songfacts®:

  • The lead single from the re-release of will.i.am's fourth studio album #willpower, this club-ready track finds the Black Eye Pea leader feeling pretty good about himself as he brags about how his profile has risen over the years. He is joined on the song by singer Miley Cyrus and rappers French Montana and Wiz Khalifa. Cyrus previously collaborated on another #willpower track, "Fall Down."
  • The song finds Cyrus rapping about poppin' molly, which is a slang term for the party drug Ecstasy. She spits:

    "Now everybody trippin' like they poppin' molly
    Up in the club is where you find me
    I do it real big, never do it tiny."

    The former Disney star previously rapped about the drug on her single, "We Can't Stop."

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