Thursday, May 16, 2013

Topless Women Imperil Other Earths, HA!

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Greta Gerwig Stars in Noah Baumbach's Dating Manual, Frances Ha

The song did not receive an official release or chart in the United Kingdom or United States. The song peaked at number one on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart in the United States for two weeks, due to strong downloads from The Re-Up. The song also managed to chart on the Pop 100 peaking at No. 77, staying on the chart for two non-consecutive weeks. The song refers to Interscope chairman Jimmy Iovine, and it also mentions how he allegedly had sexual relations with Mariah Carey. The single version of the song features vocals from Cashis in place of 50 Cent's vocals, and also includes a new verse from Eminem.

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