Chillin" is a song by American rapper Wale, featuring singer Lady Gaga. It was released as the lead single from his debut album, Attention Deficit, on April 14, 2009, by Allido Records. Wale had wanted to collaborate with Gaga, and were introduced to each other through the rapper's mentor, Mark Ronson. Chillin" was composed by a number of songwriters, including Wale and Gaga, while it was produced by Cool & Dre. Recorded in New York City, the song discusses Wale's life in his hometown
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Chillin' Like a Villainunknown. Relaxing comfortably, stress free in an attitude of ready to party. The "Like a villain" part of the phrase refers to how rich gangsters may choose to be enjoying some liquor, maybe some fine wine, smoking a blunt of kine bud (high quality marijuana), enjoying 'chill pills' like blue valium or xanax and most likely listening to some music just enjoying the moment. It's in the same urban family of "just chillin'" which is kind of like.
Chillin" is the debut single by American hip hop artist Wale, from his debut album Attention Deficit, which was released on September 22 2009, by Interscope Records/Allido Records. Chillin" premiered on March 20, 2009, on 9. WKYS in Washington, . The song currently has two pages registered on BMI. First, under the name, "Lookin' On Me", and second, "Chillin".
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All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" is a proverb. It means that without time off from work, a person becomes both bored and boring. The exact origins of the phrase remain unclear, though it was recorded as early as 1659