Album: We Are Young Money (2009)
Charted: 9 2


  • This is the second single from rap super group Young Money's debut album, We Are Young Money. The title is a sexual pun on the name of the fictional town in The Flintstones TV series.
  • The song features Lil Wayne, Gudda Gudda, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Tyga, and Jae Millz, who are all signed to Lil Wayne's Young Money record label.
  • The chorus is sung by R&B singer Lloyd. The original vocalist was Omarion, but due to his departure from Young Money, he was replaced.
  • The song was originally titled "Girl You Know."
  • Done Deal Enterprises, a production company and rap group based out of Waynesboro, Georgia, filed a $15 million lawsuit against Wayne, Young Money Records and Cash Money Records on July 29, 2011. They claimed that this song contains elements of their original composition of the same name, which they allegedly handed to a Young Money contact.


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