"Still Tippin" is the first official single taken from the Mike Jones' album Who Is Mike Jones?. Prior to this, it was also used in 2004 as a single to promote Swisha House's compilation album, The Day Hell Broke Loose 2
The beat was produced by Salih Williams, featuring a hypnotic refrain from a Swishahouse song of Slim Thug from year's past. In an interview with MTV, Jones stated that the "tippin'" of the title is a synonym for "cruising" (i.e. driving). He also added that the following lines refer to "the spokes that you see sticking out" wrapped in vogue tires, which he states "were made in 1984 by Cadillac and those were the most popular ones at the time": "Still tippin' on four 4's[rims], wrapped in four vouges [tires]".
The song's music video was directed by John Dr. Teeth Tucker, earning him a Video Music Award nomination.. The last verse was given to rapper Paul Wall after a feud between Jones and fellow artist Chamillionaire, resulting in Chamillionaire's departure from Swishahouse.
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