The song "Can't Stop Me" was on Chip Tha Ripper's 2008 mixtape release, which was also titled the same. "Ask About Me" was also on Chip's Can't Stop Me mixtape. Years after it's release, it was remastered by Rami Beatz. That version can be heard above. It only made sense for Cudi to have Chip contribute to his debut mixtape A Kid Named Cudi. That came in the form of a verse on "TGIF." "All Talk" was recorded when the pair did shrooms for the first time. They hilariously sample Christian Bale, and it sorta makes sense once you start listening when you have the insider info about the whole shroom influence.. "Hyyerr" was originally Chip's song. He played it for Cudi, who immediately asked to put it on his debut album Man on the Moon: The End of Day. Chip made an appearance on Cudi's 2nd album Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager. He and GLC both spit verses on "The End." The duo make their group's name very clear on this track! This one was featured on Chip Tha Ripper's mixtape Tell Ya Friends. Chip starts out "Brothers," and is followed by A$AP Rocky and the closing verse by Cudi. No coincidence Chip made it on this one. The song was on Indicud. This 9 minute-long track closes out Indicud (except for the vocal-less outro). This is probably the most experimental the two have gotten together (does that call for a pause?). But really, the sound of this joint is just something you can't expect to hear from two rappers from Cleveland. Cudi teams up with Dot Da Genius as he co-produces this record. Aside from Chip's feature, Far East Movement is also on this record. Chip got Cudi AND Pusha T on the same joint back in 2014 when his 44108 project was officially released. This is THE one! "Just What I Am" is clearly the most popular song Cudi and Chip have delivered to the world. It's been certified platinum. This song leaked at some point, and Cudi took to Twitter to declare his vocals had been stolen. For fans, it's another song we would have otherwise never heard before. "Ol Girl" is just a Chip record. The cool part about it is that he sampled Cudi's "Make Her Say" song.