Swizz Beatz isn’t the only male whose pet peeve is women with no Money In The Bank; for the remix, three friends offer their opinions. Young Jeezy stays on point, rapping about how the money-hungry women are after him, Eve turns the tables and raps about her own bankroll and the Energy God, Elephant Man (who is arguably the highlight of this track) focuses on the money and doesn’t say too much about the females. Hopefully, the remix will help Swizzy improve the disappointing sales of One Man Band Man.
Written by Burmy on 09/5/07
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Monster Music Group
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Come N Get Me ft. Cassidy" (2007)
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