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  1. The song was originally released on the soundtrack to Rush Hour 2. The song's lyrics focus on U.S. telephone area codes that denote the location of women with whom the rapper has had sexual relations in cities across the United States. The song was written by D. Davis, K. Hilson, J. Jones, R. Walters, and C. Bridges and was produced by Jazze Pha.

  2. Music video. A music video was made for the song, directed by Dave Meyers.Ludacris raps at a night club with many bizarre elements, such as a huge beer bottle, which he drinks from, a giant sneaker that he later wears, disabled people in wheelchairs dancing, a woman whose behind grows to a humungous proportion after kissing Luda, Luda and another woman as toddlers, and much more, with scenes ...

  3. Norwegian songwriter Caroline Ailin's other credits include songs by Dua Lipa ("New Rules" and "Don't Start Now") and Sigrid ("Mirror," "Burning Bridges"). Bring Me The Horizon's connection with Ailin may have come through Sigrid, when they teamed up for her "Bad Life" single.

  4. Feb 13, 2020 · “Opener” isn’t actually the first track of their last album, but it is a perfect introduction to the British band’s sound — and, by extension, to the bands they sound like: Jawbreaker ...

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