Album: The Documentary
Label: Aftermath, Interscope, G-Unit
Producer: Dr. Dre, Mike Elizondo

The way 50 tells it, this song, along with several cuts from The Game's debut album, was intended for 50's sophomore album The Massacre. It's believable because he owns the menacing Dre beat with his bicoastal flows, but Game makes it an L.A. record with car-centric lyrics like: "I put gold Daytonas on that cherry Six-Four / White walls so clean it's like I'm ridin on vogues / Hit one switch mang, that ass so low / Cali got niggaz in New York ridin on hundred spokes."