The beat was produced by Salih Williams, featuring a hypnotic refrain from a Swishahouse song of Slim Thug from year's past. In an interview with MTV, Jones stated that the "tippin'" of the title is a synonym for "cruising" (i.e. driving). He also added that the following lines refer to "the spokes that you see sticking out" wrapped in vogue tires, which he states "were made in 1984 by Cadillac and those were the most popular ones at the time": "Still tippin' on four 4's[rims], wrapped in four vouges [tires]".
The song's music video was directed by John Dr. Teeth Tucker, earning him a Video Music Award nomination..
The last verse was given to rapper Paul Wall after a feud between Jones and fellow artist Chamillionaire, resulting in Chamillionaire's departure from Swishahouse.
The version of "Still Tippin'" released on Mike Jones's album is actually a remix of the original version featuring Slim Thug, Chamillionaire and Mike Jones. When Chamillionaire and Mike Jones started their rivalry, Jones took the track, placed it on a different beat and cut Chamillionaire off it. He then got Paul Wall to record a verse and used it as a substitute for the cut verse. The original version of the song can be heard on the Rap-a-Lot Records compilation, The Day After Hell Broke Loose.
According to CD Now the album was released in 2003 on Swishahouse's The Day Hell Broke Loose 2 AKA Major Without A Major Deal album, but due to word of mouth, and the infamous X-rated version seen on BET: Uncut released in spring of the following year, by late 2004 the song received major radio rotations, and an edited version of the video was released. A remix of the song, featured 50 Cent, Young Buck and Spider Loc. The remix is called "Bitch What U Know About". Also as freestyle of this song by Ludacris in the mixtape The Preview called "Still Spittin'". The official remix is called "Still Tippin (It's a Man's World Remix)", it features singer Nicole Wray, it can be found the soundtrack of the movie, Hustle & Flow. The beat for the song "Still Tippin", was also used on Lupe Fiasco's mixtape in a song called "Switch". It is one of Lupe's most popular mixtape songs, garnering millions of views on YouTube.