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On the song, which features a sample from The Tokens' 1960's hit 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight' and commences with an elephant sounding off, Kingston lets loose about a girl who's changed him from a player to a loyal man in love.
"I was just a player in the game of love 'til she came and turned the tables around/ Stackin' up the chips, linin' up all the cards 'til they call came tumblin' down," he croons.
Minaj calls on her alter ego Martha to close out the track, putting on her British accent for fun. "I am Martha, you King Arthur/ Who knew you would land me/ I've been known to eat these rappers/ Cook 'em like Chef Ramsey," the Queens native raps.
Kingston is currently crafting his third album, as yet untitled, while Minaj is working on her second, 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded,' due Feb. 14, 2012.
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