Polow da don dating
Whether you like him or not is irrelevant, at least to him.The outspoken, colorful, intelligent super producer has bigger fish to fry-changing the music game. So life for me is incredible because of the way I handle it. I make my s*** look big and sound big, but if I met you anywhere its like, you know Im still my parents child. [Laughs] So I did a video, “Shawty Swing My Way” and got notoriety on some pretty boy s**t. We were successful, locally, and we had our breakout markets. So I think all that helped me in my transition of becoming a producer, because the T-Pains and [Ludacris] and Jazze Phas already knew me, you know?But above and beyond this thin layer of arrogance lies a list of hits that would silence the most boisterous naysayer.After all, with chat toppers like Ludacris Runaway Love, Fergies London Bridge, and Rich Boys Throw Some Ds, over the course of just one year, who could deny that Polow is on top of his game?Polow took a break from the studio to speak candidly with All Hip about his formative years as a rapper with Jim Crow , his unparalleled production technique, and why he is the King of the White Girls. Take notes. I still talk to them everyday, so you cant help but stay humble. And Lil’ Jon was my first manager as a rapper, when I was like 14, so that foundation was already there. Actually, Luda called me up for the track we did, so it was dope.All Hip Hop.com: You’ve been like a silent killer in the industry. So I love it, but I like to keep my foundation solid. I think how you treat people, how I treated people, helped me get to where I am.I have nothing against black women, but theyâre raised differently. Just look at the divine order: it goes God, man, woman, child.White women are raised to respect and serve their men.
The song is about an addiction to shopping, and more specifically, buying shoes and handbags.
In an interview with Jayson Rodriguez for MTV News, da Don explained how he conceptualized the song, saying "I came from a Jerry Bruckheimer meeting after seeing the movie, and they were telling us all the music they needed for all the scenes and the characters. Ryan Brockington for the New York Post was critical of Hollywood Records decision to not include Rihanna and Brown's version on the soundtrack, writing "the Pussycat Dolls are listed as the artist, and as much as I wanted to believe it was a typo, I pressed play, and there was Nicole Scherzinger and her kittens singing away." He noted that Polow da Don had also produced songs for Brown and The Pussycat Dolls, including the latter's "Buttons", and that he might have had a part in deciding who he wanted to record the song which would ultimately be included on the soundtrack.
So that night I went to the studio and I was telling Chris about (the meeting).
This is what he had to say when the writer asked about his dating preferences: Polow Da Don: Just the â King of the White Girls.â I ain't self proclaimed but I run with it.
[Laughs] There was a stage in my life where I went crazy with dating white women. And anyone who has a problem with this statement is ignorant.
And he was like, 'Let's get on it.' It was crazy, because Jerry Bruckheimer's dream was to have a song from Rihanna (for the movie), and I delivered Rihanna and Chris Brown in 24 hours. He continued to explain how he, Rihanna and Brown developed the song in the recording studio, saying "When her, Chris and myself were in the room, it's fun.