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Move That Body (song)

"Move That Body"
5.0
Released October 12, 2010 (2010-10-12)
(see release history)
Format Digital download
Recorded 2010
Genre Hip hop, synthpop
Length 3:24
Label Derrty Ent., Universal Motown
Writer(s) Cornell Haynes, Jr., Faheem Najm, Aliaune Thiam, Shondre Crawford
Producer Bangladesh, Dr. Luke
Nelly singles chronology

"Just a Dream"
(2010)
"Move That Body"
(2010)
"Gone"
(2011)
T-Pain singles chronology
"Rap Song"
(2010)
"Move That Body"
(2010)
"No Dejemos Que Se Apague"
(2010)
Akon singles chronology
"Angel"
(2010)
"Move That Body"
(2010)
"Hold My Hand"
(2010)

"Move That Body" is a song performed by American hip hop artist Nelly. The song features T-Pain and Akon, and was produced by Bangladesh with Dr. Luke. The song was released on October 12, 2010, and serves as the second single from Nelly's sixth studio album, 5.0. The song has received negative reviews from various hip-hop critics and fans based upon lack of production and use of auto-tune.[1][2]

Music video

A music video was shot on October 6.[3] The video premiered on October 19 on VEVO.[4] In the sizzling clip, the St. Louis rapper makes his way to an underground fight-style dance club, meeting up with Akon and T-Pain who hedge bets with T.I., Yo Gotti, Bangladesh and Jermaine Dupri on the sidelines as the ladies throw it down. The video was directed by Marc Klasfeld.[4]

Track listing

  • U.S. Digital download[5]
  1. "Move That Body" featuring T-Pain & Akon – 3:24

Chart performance

Move That Body became a major disappointment on the charts by debuting at number 54 on the Billboard Hot 100 and falling off the chart the week after. The same reception happened to the single on the ARIA Charts when it debuted at number 29 and also fell off the week after.

Charts

Chart (2010) Peak
position
Australia (ARIA)[6] 29
UK Singles Chart[7] 71
UK R&B Chart[8] 24
US Billboard Hot 100[9] 54

Release information

Purchasable release

List of release dates, record label and format details
Country Date Format Label
United States[5] October 12, 2010 Digital download Universal Motown
United Kingdom[10] January 31, 2011

References

External links

  • YouTube

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