It also features uncredited vocals from Pharrell. It was released July 18, and produced by The Neptunes. Both the song and music video directed by Little X received heavy radio airplay and it has possibly become Mystikal's most well-known song. There were two edited versions of the song, allowing radio stations to choose between the two refrains but both versions had modified lyrics. Only the edited version of "Shake Ya Ass" was never released as opposed to "Shake It Fast" on the album's edited version. In an interview with RapGenius , Mystikal explained that he was reluctant to release the song as a single at first, stating that he felt that it didn't adequately showcase his abilities as an artist. However, he stated that he was grateful it was released, saying that its success "proved me wrong" and that it was the "biggest song of my career".
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I would like to ask for some advice from the spouses of Docs or Docs to be on how to handle the house responsibilities. Nor was there a lack of compassion or respect. You need to do something interesting and keep her faith up. The fact that she's planning to go on a mission should help.