Lil’ Wayne first came to Cash Money in the early 90s when Birdman took the 12-year old, who had lost his father, under his wing nurturing him to musical maturity. Their album, Like Father Like Son, is in their eyes a creative project well overdue. You Ain’t Know is a Scott Storch-produced hit good for the CD deck, the turntable or the dial.
Written by DJ Z on 10/19/06
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"We Fly High (Remix)" (2006)
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