Bump, Bump, Bump

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"Bump, Bump, Bump"
Single by B2K featuring P. Diddy
from the album Pandemonium!
B-side Remix
Released October 23, 2002
Format CD single, 12" maxi
Genre R&B, pop, hip hop
Writer(s) R. Kelly
Varick Smith
Producer(s) R. Kelly
Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, Max Gousse and Troy Taylor (vocal producer)
B2K featuring P. Diddy singles chronology
"Why I Love You"
(2002)
"Bump, Bump, Bump"
(2002)
"Girlfriend"
(2003)

"Bump, Bump, Bump" is a 2002 hit single by B2K and P. Diddy, taken from B2K's album Pandemonium!. It was written by R. Kelly and Varick Smith and produced by R. Kelly. It became B2K's first top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, and reached number one for one week starting on February 1, 2003. The video was released in December 2002 and features the boys and P.Diddy in colorful rooms with female dancers.

The song is heavily referenced in the 2005 film Guess Who which starred Bernie Mac.

Track listings[edit]

CD single
  1. "Bump, Bump, Bump" (radio edit) – 3:56
  2. "Bump, Bump, Bump" (Jiggy Joint radio remix) – 3:53
12" maxi
  1. "Bump, Bump, Bump" (main version) – 4:47
  2. "Bump, Bump, Bump" (radio edit) – 3:59
  3. "Bump, Bump, Bump" (instrumental) – 4:47
  4. "Bump, Bump, Bump" (a cappella) – 4:46
12" maxi - Remixes - Promo
  1. "Bump, Bump, Bump" (club mix) – 6:27
  2. "Bump, Bump, Bump" (bonus beats) – 3:53
  3. "Bump, Bump, Bump" (radio edit) – 3:39
  4. "Bump, Bump, Bump" (percapella) – 3:53

Remixes[edit]

Personnel[edit]

  • Produced, Written and Arranged by R. Kelly
  • Additional Writing by Varick Smith
  • Vocals Produced by Max Gousse, R. Kelly and Troy Taylor
  • Rap Vocals Produced and Performed by P. Diddy
  • Vocals by Max Gousse, R. Kelly and Troy Taylor
  • Executive producer : Chris Stokes, David McPherson, Ketrina Askew and Max Gousse
  • Mixed and mastered by Ernie The Bat
  • Mixed by Sean "P. Diddy" Combs
  • Co-Mixed by R. Kelly
  • Recorded at Rockland Studios, Chicago, IL
  • Recorded at Daddy's House, New York City, NY
  • Mixed at Daddy's House, New York City, NY
  • Programmed by Ernest Newsky and N.C. Thanh
  • Remixed and produced by Jiggy Join
  • Background Vocals by Tremaine Neverson

Charts and sales[edit]

Chart successions[edit]

Preceded by
"Lose Yourself" by Eminem
Billboard Hot 100 number one single
February 1, 2003
Succeeded by
"All I Have" by Jennifer Lopez featuring L.L. Cool J

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Bump, Bump, Bump", in various singles charts Lescharts.com (Retrieved May 9, 2009)
  2. ^ a b c d "Bump, Bump, Bump", in various singles charts Acharts.us (Retrieved May 9, 2009)
  3. ^ a b c Billboard allmusic.com (Retrieved May 9, 2009)
  4. ^ 2003 Australian Singles Chart aria.com (Retrieved May 9, 2009)
  5. ^ 2003 Belgian (Flanders) Singles Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved May 9, 2009)
  6. ^ 2003 Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved May 9, 2009)
  7. ^ "Single top 100 over 2003" (pdf) (in Dutch). Top40. Retrieved 3 May 2010. 
  8. ^ 2003 French Singles Chart Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved May 9, 2009)
  9. ^ 2003 Swiss Singles Chart Hitparade.ch (Retrieved May 9, 2009)
  10. ^ Australian certifications aria.com (Retrieved May 9, 2009)
  11. ^ French certifications Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved May 9, 2009)

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