It was released as the third single from his debut studio album No Way Out. The Notorious B. The song featured an uncredited vocal arrangement by Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott ,  and featured a signature guitar hook played by Marc Solomon. Missy Elliot also provided the song with a chorus which the original version lacked. This version of the song also omitted the word "Hebrews" out of Jadakiss ' verse; however, the word was left in on the first pressing. Subsequent pressings removed the word. I album, it retained the word. Due to the rarity of the obscure mixtape version, the remix featured on No Way Out is often considered the song's definitive version to avoid confusion. The song samples two pieces of music.
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Does Michael Sheen know his own career? Watch the video. Title: All About the Benjamins Two cousins work nights at a local mall as security guards. When their house is robbed on Christmas Eve they team up to track the robber down. Uncle Elroy and Day Day owe money on taxes so Craig finds a way to steal from the next door neighbors to pay off the taxes so Uncle Elroy's house doesn't get put up for auction. A woman must contend with rival strippers and her boss in an attempt to make a legitimate living.
All About the Benjamins is a American buddy action comedy film directed by Kevin Bray , and starring Ice Cube and Mike Epps as a bounty hunter who join forces to find a group of diamond thieves, the former for glory, and the latter to retrieve a winning lottery ticket. The film was released in theaters in March to negative reviews. Despite this, the film was a moderate box office hit. The film's title was taken from the popular hip-hop song performed by Puff Daddy " It's All About the Benjamins ". Bucum confronts Lil J in his trailer home and nearly handcuffs him, but Lil J's girlfriend, who wields a shotgun, recklessly shoots at Bucum. Bucum manages to tackle Lil J's girlfriend and arrest Lil J. Bucum's boss Martinez Anthony Giaimo , however, is not pleased with Bucum and pays him less than expected.