Let me start this off by saying R.I.P. Pimp C, one of the best to ever do it. It’s difficult to explain just how massive of an influence the man had over the entire southern hip hop movement not just in production but in flows and just over all style. This track featured on Bun B’s debut album “Trill” and features a short Young Jeezy verse and a classic Z-Ro chorus. The album version included a verse from Jay-Z who apparently couldn’t be bothered with shooting a video for it so the video version has Pimp and Bun splitting the third verse in true UGK fashion. It’s hard out here nowadays and as long you’re out there handling your business, you deserve to get throwed.