50 Cent's classic "Many Men" had a big 2020, with both Pop Smoke and 21 Savage paying homage to the track this year.
On Savage's version, he took after his Atlanta elder Jeezy.
"I got your bitch and her BB (Big facts)
Hit her in the shower, Mimi (Big facts)
Next day she tryna see me (Straight up)
Told her I'm blind, Stevie (Stevie)
Nice girls can't even keep me (Never)
Need a bad girl like RiRi (Yeah, yeah)
We don't pump fake, we kill beef (21)
21 Savage, not Jeezy (Pussy)
I got your bitch in New York (I do)," Savage rapped
Fif spoke on that when he was asked about the renewed interest in Many Men in an interview with RapCavier.
"The younger artists doing it over, they made it that," 50 said. "It's because they feel the same way. You can't make a person decide to write a song. It's influenced by a song. Creatively, it's them going you know what? It's how I feel right now. You know, the tones of what's going on with them matches the record."
"Whether you're addressing another artist, like in 21 Savage's piece he dealt with some not so good feelings he had toward Jeezy," Fif continued. "Pop was here, Pop didn't even use the title in it. The melodies is what struck the chord in him. The demographic didn't mean something to them, in that timeframe there was nothing better than that."