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T.I. - Bring Em Out

[Intro: Jay-Z Snippet, Swizz Beatz & T.I.]
Bring 'em out, Its hard to yell when the barrels in ya mouth Swizzie!
Bring 'em out, bring 'em out Aye! (Swizz Beatz)
Bring 'em out, bring 'em out (T.I)
Bring 'em out, bring 'em out Aye! (ATL!)

[Verse 1: T.I.]
TIP comin live from the VIP
Heard the night life lost life without me
Both the Feds and the State wanna see bout me
The whole city got bizzerk he got treat
Anotha nigga got a hit but shawty he not me
Who set the city on fire as soon as he got freed
Da king back now hoes don't even know how to act now
Hit the club, strippers gettin' naked 'fore I sat down
Still ballin money stack taller than Shaq now
Still push a button to let the roof on the 'Lac down
I'm on the road doin shows puttin my mack down
Mississippi to Philly Albuquerque to Chatt Town

[Chorus: T.I. & Jay-Z]
I got the crowd yellin (Bring 'em out, bring 'em out)
Aye, all my hotgirls yellin (Bring 'em out, bring 'em out)
Aye, all the Dope Boyz yellin (Bring 'em out, bring 'em out)
Aye, from the back they yellin (Bring 'em out, bring 'em out)

"Bring Em Out" is a song by American hip-hop recording artist T.I., released as the lead single from his third studio album "Urban Legend". The song, produced by Swizz Beatz, contains a vocal sample from Jay-Z's "What More Can I Say". This became T.I.'s first US top-ten single, peaking at number nine on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. According to Swizz Beatz in a Drink Champs interview, the instrumental was originally made for then-Roc-A-Fella artist, Beanie Sigel, when he was released from prison, but turned it down. Recently in 2020, rapper/podcaster Joe Budden spoke on The Joe Budden Podcast (episode 360) about the beat being for him originally but his management refused to pay for the Jay-Z sample. The music video for "Bring Em Out" was directed by Fats Cats and was shot in Atlanta. DJ Drama, Jazze Pha and Swizz Beatz made cameo appearances in the video. It features T.I. on a tour bus as well as him performing on a stage for a crowd of fans. At the end of the video, a brief snippet of "U Don't Know Me" plays. The song was featured extensively during the 2006 NBA Finals as the theme song for the Miami Heat during player introductions. T.I. performed the song on an episode of The O.C., titled "Return of The Nana". The instrumental version of this song appears on promotions for G4's week-long TV special "Top 100 Video Games of All Time" set to premiere on July 11, 2012. The song was also used as the entrance theme for the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII. The song appears in 2020 video game Fuser.

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