The track starts off with the infamous "bi-winning" sound bite -- which, truly, is the greatest case of positive re-labeling we've seen in recent times. (Would Tony Robbins be proud?) Rico takes over rap duties here, with a flow similar to the one he used on his track with Young Chris, "Break 'Em Down." Not surprisingly, he also quotes that song here, before going back to the topic at hand and shouting out lucky blondes and tiger blood, among many other signs of winning.
Listen with a sense of humor, though -- unlike most similar boast tracks, this one was meant as a tongue-in-cheek parody. "I did the song as a joke and I posted it on Twitter to be funny," Rico says. "I honestly agree with most of the things that Mr. Sheen shared in the interviews, and I made the record in support of him. I believe in mind over matter and I believe that the human mind can beat addictions. I'm flattered at the number of people worldwide who've taken to the song."
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