Cam'Ron f/ Ludacris, Juelz, Trina, UGK - "What Means the World to You (Remix)" | zShare
from What Means the World to You (Remix) 12" single, otherwise unreleased (N/A, 2000?)
"What Means the World to You" was originally the third single off of Cam'Ron's 2000 album S.D.E. (Sports, Drugs & Entertainment). This Trackmasters remix is probably one of the first times that UGK had been featured on a song by an artist from up North.
Between Pimp and Bun, I've never been able to decide who had the better verse here. While you can't beat Pimp saying that what means the world to him is "his paper, steak, and shrimp"—Pimp was a dude who loved eating some shrimp, especially when they were the size of
The single includes the radio edit (which doesn't include Trina), the extended radio edit (which does include Trina), the explicit version, the instrumental, and finally, the accapella. It's always blessing when you find a UGK-related accapella; they're even rarer and harder to find than the instrumentals for UGK-only tracks.