50 Cent’s lyrics remain the same while Chris adds his hand print to the final verse. Keeping it mellow but gangsta, Brown imitates 50’s rhyme scheme while singing, “Came in the game gettin’ money/I f-ck with all the bitches gettin’ money/But you love playing games with all the corny shit/Messin’ with a nigga, I only bought it cause I want it/You love to see a nigga on the bottom/You tried to come up, you don’t keep it on the low/You like a drug, don’t like you to call them hoes/I’m trying to break a bitch down like 36 O’s.”
Fif and Breezy seem to have a good relationship, which probably isn’t the case for Fif and a good portion of people in the rap industry. Last February, the Virginia singer brought out 50 and G-Unit during a show in Brooklyn. The Queens rapper also cites Brown as helping him end his beef with longtime friend Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Back in January, he released a short film for the track which shows the rapper and his crew getting into some gangsta dealings.
The song will presumably be on his often delayed forthcoming album Street King Immortal, whenever it drops.