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It Ain't My Fault" is the second single released from rapper Silkk the Shocker's second album, . It was produced by Craig B. and featured a verse and chorus from label-mate, Charge It 2 da Game Mystikal. "It Ain't My Fault" was one of Silkk the Shocker's successful singles, making it to 15 on the . Billboard Hot 100
"It Ain't My Fault, Pt. 2," a remixed version of the track with the intonation, "Did I do that?" recalling
Steve Urkel's famous catchphrase, later appeared on Silkk's third album, Made Man.
The chorus was re-interpreted in a charity song with the same name
by  Mos Def, Lenny Kravitz, Trombone Shorty, Tim Robbins, and the Preservation Hall Band to benefit Gulf Aid, a nonprofit created in response to the BP oil spill off the Louisiana Coast.
Mariah Carey recorded a reworked version of the song titled "Did I Do That" for her album . Rainbow
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It Ain't My Fault was written by Smokey Johnson and Wardell Quezergue in 1964. Introduced by Harold Dejan's Olympia Brass Band into the contemporary New Orleans brass band repertory, it has become a standard, recorded by the Treme Brass Band, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and many others.
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^ Mos Def, Lenny Kravitz, the Preservation Hall Band, Trombone Shorty, and Tim Robbins teamed up recently to record It Ain't My Fault to benefit Gulf Aid, a nonprofit created in response to the oil spill off the Louisiana Coast. YouTube