15. “Get Out” (Feat. Slim from 112) produced by Yogi
Shyne: “Get Out” is the worst. That’s like one of the most misogynistic records ever. [Laughs]. I was wildin’, I was running down on the broads… That’s like the only record. I think I’m gonna release a 10th anniversary record, [and] I think I’ma take that off. When you’re young, dumb and full of cum—that’s that young shit. I don’t teach that to my little dogs. We ain’t emotional, we ain’t tryna marry nothing, but I fuck with my broads. I wanna create Assata Shakurs, Angela Davis’. I can’t say that I’m Bobby Seale or George Jackson and slut my broad out. I ain’t no suckas for love, but I ain’t gonna let no broads take advantage of me. But again it’s just ways to go about shit.
16. “Commission” produced by Nashiem Myrick
Shyne: Nashiem did that shit. When he did that shit I was like, “Ooo, wee.” I made music based off of my life and my experiences. Music is the soundtrack to your life. When that “Commission” beat came on that just inspired what you heard me say. It wasn’t just like sitting there writing a rap to that. All that emotion came out. “Pop, pop, pop warning shots who to blame, Shyne muthafucka dont forget the name” [continues to rap the entire verse]… That’s the truth, man. What better way to end the record than that.?
Nashiem Myrick: Well, I was around for part of “Commission” when he laid some of the vocals down. In his art, in his music, in his entertainment, he could take that liberty. Nobody could go back and say he said that in his lyrics, so it must be true. It’s entertainment. You could hide in a rumor or tell the truth, you can deal with that directly in your art. Him saying that, he wasn’t on the stand saying he didn’t shoot. He was just saying, who’s to say my shots hit who. Basically he’s telling the truth.