Can't Even C It

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"Can't Even C It"
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Single by Dina Rae
from the album Introducing... Dina Rae
B-side"And?" (Remix)
Released2004 (2004)
  • CD single
  • vinyl
  • Motown
  • Storch
Dina Rae singles chronology
"Can't Even C It"
"Can't Even C It"

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"Can't Even C It" is a song recorded by American recording artist Dina Rae, from her debut studio album Introducing... Dina Rae (2004). It was written by Rae herself, along with fellow American R&B singer-songwriter Kandi Burruss (a former member of R&B girl group Xscape) and hip hop producer Scott Storch. The song was released in 2004 by Motown as the promotional single only and is considered to be rare and hard to find, however some online retail stores do sell it such as, (as a vinyl record only)[1][2] and eBay (as a CD single).[3]


Prior to signing a record deal with Motown, Rae had already made a name for herself by being featured on several songs by rapper Eminem, including "Cum on Everybody" from his second studio album and first commercial release The Slim Shady LP,[4] she would later appear on several other of his songs including "Drug Ballad" from his third studio album The Marshall Mathers LP (2000),[5] "Superman" from his fourth studio album The Eminem Show (2002)[6] with all the songs appearing as track 13 on Mathers' albums Rae earned the nick-name the "Track 13 Girl".[7] She also appeared on the D12 song "Pimp Like Me" (also track 13), from the group's debut album Devil's Night (2001),[8] and also was featured on the second edition of Eminem's Anger Management Tour. Rae released her debut single "And?" via Motown in Feburary 2004,"And?" managed to make an impact on the urban charts, it peaked at number 97 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs, where it stayed on the chart for a week.[9]


"Can't Even C It" is a mid-tempo song lasting three minutes and fortyfive seconds, while drawing influence from R&B, hip hop and dance music genres. Written by Rae, Scott Storch and Kandi Burruss and lyrically is about a former lover who has now moved on and Rae commenting that she "can't even see it" and that she would be damned if his new girlfriend will benefit from their previous relationship and that she wouldn't get her lips around his "magic stick".

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