Mr. Me Too

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"Mr. Me Too"
Mr me too.JPG
Single by Clipse featuring Pharrell
from the album Hell Hath No Fury
ReleasedMay 23, 2006
FormatCD single
Recorded2006
GenreHip hop
Length3:41
LabelStar Trak, Re-Up, Jive
Songwriter(s)Pharrell Williams, Terrence Thornton, Gene Thornton
Producer(s)The Neptunes
Clipse singles chronology
"Hot Damn"
(2003)
"Mr. Me Too"
(2006)
"Wamp Wamp (What It Do)"
(2006)
Pharrell singles chronology
"Margarita"
(2006)
"Mr. Me Too"
(2006)
"Money Maker"
(2006)

"Mr. Me Too" is the first single from the Clipse album Hell Hath No Fury. The song was produced by The Neptunes.

Song information[edit]

On MTV, Pusha T explained the song's meaning: "It's the total disruption of radio. There's nothing on radio that will even be close to it. It just addresses Mr. Me Toos. Mr. Me Too is the person that sits there and examines your style and takes a piece of it. Also taken from the stage name Justin Meetoo. It addresses the competitive dude on the street who, when you get this or that they're like, 'Me too.'" He also said that the track also touches on some of what they went through with their label: "Briefly, 'cause we don't dwell."

The song also contains a reference to record label Jive, where Pusha T apologizes for the constant album delays ("These are the days of our lives / And I'm sorry to the fans but those crackers weren't playin' fair at Jive.") There was a W.V. boy working alongside them.

In the music video, Re-Up Gang, along with Gillie Da Kid and Bump J, of Major Figgas make a cameo.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)[1] 65

Personnel[edit]

  • Written by Gene Thorton, Terrence Thornton, Ian McNeally and Pharrell Williams
  • Produced by The Neptunes
  • All instruments by The Neptunes
  • Original Compositions from Preacha related to 10th Ave. Productions

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Clipse Album & Song Chart History: R&B/Hip-Hop Songs". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 19 August 2011.

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