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Let Me See the Booty

"Let Me See the Booty"
Love vs. Money
Released November 25, 2008
Format Digital download
Recorded 2008
Genre R&B, Crunk
Length 3:25
Label Radio Killa/Def Jam
Writer(s) T. Nash, J. Smith
Producer The-Dream and Lil Jon
The-Dream singles chronology

"All I Need"
(2008)
"Let Me See the Booty"
(2008)
"Rockin' That Shit"
(2008)

Lil Jon singles chronology
"Krazy"
(2008)
"Let Me See the Booty"
(2008)
"Patron Tequila"
(2009)

"Let Me See the Booty" is the first promotional single released from The Dream's second studio album Love vs. Money. The song features Lil Jon, who also produced the track.[1] It was released via iTunes on November 25, 2008.[2]

Chart positions

Chart (2008) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles[3] 11

References

External links

  • The-Dream MySpace
  • Official Def Jam website
  • Radio Killa Records
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