Only Akon would release a second SMASH single, while his current single (Smack That featuring Eminem) sits on top of charts, play lists and rotations across the country. Akon‘s uncanny ability to create catchy hooks, one after another, shows the versatility few artists’ posses. I Wanna F*ck You, featuring Snoop Dogg, will work on both radio (where the song becomes ‘I Wanna Love’ You’ ) and in the club (where the dirty chorus brings em all out).
Written by DJ Z on 11/1/06
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"Smack That" (2006)
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