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Thug Lovin'

"Thug Lovin'"
The Last Temptation
Released September 24, 2002
Format CD single
Recorded 2002
Genre Hip Hop/R&B
Label Murder Inc. / Def Jam / PolyGram
Producer Irv Gotti

Ja Rule chronology
"Down Ass Chick"
(2002)
"Thug Lovin'"
(2002)
"Mesmerize"
(2003)
Bobby Brown chronology
"Feelin' Inside"
(1997)
"Thug Lovin'"
(2002)
"Damaged"
(2009)

Thug Lovin is a single by rapper Ja Rule featuring singer Bobby Brown, released in late 2002 as the first single from the album The Last Temptation. The song was produced by Irv Gotti. Bobby Brown's sung portion is an interpolation of part of the chorus of the Stevie Wonder song "Knocks Me Off My Feet".

The music video for the song features scenes of Ja Rule and Brown in a helicopter, on a helipad on top of a skyscraper and the two artists driving in a Bentley.

Charts

Chart (2002-2003) Peak
position
Australian Singles Chart 7
Canadian Singles Chart 10
Dutch Singles Chart 21
German Singles Chart 36
Irish Singles Chart 26
New Zealand Singles Chart 23
Swiss Singles Chart 89
UK Singles Chart 15
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 42
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 16
U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks 10

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