Although popular it failed to live up on the Billboard chart to other singles put out by Lil Wayne. The song received airplay on East Coast radio stations and moderate airplay elsewhere, and a music video was also shot for it which also received moderate airplay. Lil Wayne has stated that this was one of his favorite songs he ever recorded. The music video features a colored "Hustler Musik" for the first half, and features the hook and first verse to the song "Money on My Mind" also featured on his album Tha Carter II in which the video changes scenes and is portrayed in black and white. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Lil Wayne's Bape sweatshirt in the video, even though the brand name is blurred out, is a key moment in fashion. Wayne was one of the first public figures to really pioneer Bape as a brand, and his all-Bape VIBE cover from April stands as one of his most iconic. The brand would arguably peak soon thereafter, with Soulja Boy, and it's not far-fetched to point to Lil Wayne as a key influence. In an uncut interview with Complex later that year , Wayne talks about that influence.