The song is notable for the frequency of its expletives. The success of the single and the controversial nature of its lyrics prompted production of an answer song , " F. The only way I was associated with it was when I was asked for licensing permission by Frankee's representatives, which makes me a writer on her song by copyright law. But I really didn't expect all this to come out of it, they are having fun with it, it's cool but in the end they are paying me for their 15 minutes of fame and I welcome her to my world of Ho-Wop! During the success of both songs in the United Kingdom, BBC Radio 1 host Chris Moyles was heavily critical of them, going as far as to record and broadcast his own spoof version; "We Want You to Leave", claiming that both singles were the product of what amounted to nothing more than a cynical marketing ploy by Eamon and Frankee's record labels. The song was included on the Australian compilation CD So Fresh: The Hits of Winter , part of a season compilation series surrounding the top surrounding the greatest hits of each season of each year.
Right about now NWA court is in full effect. Judge Dre presiding in the case of NWA versus the police department. Order order order. Ice Cube take the muthafuckin stand. Do you swear to tell the truth the whole truth and nothin but the truth so help your black ass?
Hey you. I see you, staring at your phone — sitting, hoping, waiting, wishing for a text from your not so special someone. I see you, scrolling through your old messages, trying to decide if it's socially acceptable to send the first text this time.
Lil Wayne 's "Uproar" is high-energy right from its start, starting with audio of a crowd cheering before Lil Wayne comes in with "Y'all know his name! The song peaked at No. Lil Wayne released a music video for "Uproar," which features some wild dance moves.