Original Performance: Jay-Z
Written by: August Moon, Brian Potter, Dennis Lambert, Jonathan Burks, Tyrone Thomas
So Beck and his band one night in Tokyo, in a somewhat goofy "Cellphone's Dead
" medley, started inserting all sorts of songs and bass riffs. Justin Meldal-Johnsen started in with a bass riff, while Beck adlibbed the first verse of "Cellphone." Then when it was done they started JMJ sang "ain't no woman like the one I got" and Beck responded "no one can love her better." It's not long... I think they realize they don't know the song and move on to "Beercan" instead.
This chorus is a reference to Jay-Z's 1996 single "Ain't No Nigga
." Though the Jay-Z song itself refers to the The Four Tops' "Ain't No Woman Like The One I've Got
I wasn't sure which to reference here, but decided on the Jay-Z version because I think that was more likely what they were doing and JMJ's bass riff sounds to me to closer to what's on Jay-Z's song. He does sing "woman" instead of "nigga," but still, having listened to all 3 versions, I think they were clearly doing Jay-Z and not The Four Tops.