Album: U.S.A. (United State of Atlanta) (2006)
Charted: 29
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  • This features Mike Jones, an American southern rap artist, who initially was affiliated with the record label Swishahouse, then left to be the owner of Ice Age Entertainment. The line, "Mike Jones! Who? Mike Jones Jones" is a reference to Mike Jones' hit album Who Is Mike Jones?.
  • Mr. Collipark, who is mentioned in the first line, was previously known as DJ Smurf (birth name: Michael Crooms), and is producer for the Ying Yang Twins.
  • The line, "Come one! Come all!" has a double meaning: This call was typically made in the past to attract customers to traveling shows, but in this context it can mean to achieve orgasm.
  • The line, "I tawt I taw a puddy-tat" is a reference to a Looney Toons cartoon starring Tweety Bird and Sylvester the cat (Tweety, who often says this in the cartoon series, has a speech impediment). It is intended as a joke here, because in sexual slang, pussy also means vagina. >>
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    Bertrand - Paris, France, for all above
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