|Single by Bow Wow featuring J-Kwon & Jermaine Dupri|
|from the album Wanted|
|Released||December 21, 2005|
|Length||4:31 (Album Version)
3:48 (Radio Edit)
|Writer(s)||Jermaine Dupri, J. Phillips|
|Bow Wow singles chronology|
"Fresh Azimiz" ("fresh as I'm is") is a single featured on rapper Bow Wow's 2005 album Wanted. It is the third song after his chart topping singles "Let Me Hold You" with singer Omarion and "Like You" with Ciara. It features J-Kwon & Jermaine Dupri. The song was produced by Jermaine Dupri. The song became his third Top 40 single from his 2005 album Wanted, peaking at number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Although released through Columbia Records, the lyrics on the 2nd verse of the original song explains that Bow Wow still has close ties to So So Def Recordings ("Records say Columbia, but I'm So So man").
Rumored Diss to Romeo
Rumors circulated that the song was meant to attack rapper Romeo Miller, with the line, "18 nigga, making more than your Dad." The line in question is actually borrowed from LL Cool J's song, "The Do Wop" on the classic album Bigger and Deffer. Bow Wow later confirmed that the line was not aimed at Master P or Romeo Miller. Because that Romeo dedicated the song of "God's Gift" entitled "U Can't Shine Like Me" with the line "You a Mama's boy I'm a son of a hustler".
A remix of this song features rapper Mike Jones, replacing Bow Wow's 2nd verse. There is a video for the remix, with additional scenes with Bow Wow & Jones throughout the video and Bow Wow's verse removed and Mike Jones' instead comes in and raps. Jones also makes an appearance on the original version's video.
|US Billboard Hot 100||23|
|US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)||13|
|US Hot Rap Songs (Billboard)||6|
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