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Chainz took to social media to thank Amerie for helping him perform the song. "Hahaha 1 luv @Ameriie," he wrote. "I appreciate you lending me a helping hand for @TheEllenShow !! Congrats on the little guy I can't imagine what he was thinking in this pic hahaha #raporgototheleague."
Hahaha 1 luv @Ameriie I appreciate you lending me a helping hand for @TheEllenShow!! Congrats on the little guy I can't imagine what he was thinking in this pic hahaha #raporgototheleague pic.twitter.com/6crb5sctqz— Tity Boi (2 Chainz) (@2chainz) May 29, 2019
"Rule the World," which features Ariana Grande, previously received a Sebastian Sdaigui-directed music video. Rap or Go to the League, which dropped back in March, boasts appearances from Travis Scott, Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne, Young Thug, E-40, Marsha Ambrosius, Ty Dolla Sign, Kendrick Lamar, and Kodak Black. LeBron James served as an executive producer on the album.
"LeBron was very important because 1) He was LeBron, 2) He was LeBron, 3) He was LeBron. It’s LeBron James, you know? For him to take time out of his schedule and be in the studio with me and actually go over concepts and to actually listen to songs before they [were] not even just arranged, but he listened to songs before they were mixed and mastered, before verses were changed," Chainz told Complex about LeBron's role on the album. "He had a Dropbox full of my songs. So it was good to have somebody who I feel is a natural hip-hop historian, someone who organically listens to everyone’s music."