|Single by Lil Mama|
|from the album VYP: Voice of the Young People|
|Released||June 19, 2007 (physical)|
|Genre||Hip hop, snap, happycore|
3:24 (Radio Edit)
|Writer(s)||James "Groove" Chambers
|Producer(s)||James "Groove" Chambers|
|Lil Mama singles chronology|
On the weekend ending June 2, the song debuted on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 at number ninety-five. The next week it fell off, but because of its release to iTunes, it re-entered at number twelve in the week ending June 16; it has since peaked at number 10. The song samples "Roxanne's Revenge" by Roxanne Shante.
The music video shows Lil Mama dancing and rapping at a high school, In the video, before the third verse of the song, the video switches to "No Music", which features appearances by Young Dro and The Pack. The verse from "No Music" was also featured on the album version of the "Lip Gloss".
- "Lip Gloss" (Main Version)
- "Lip Gloss" (Instrumental)
- "Lip Gloss" (Acapella)
- "Lip Gloss" (Album Version)
- "Lip Gloss" (Full Phat Remix)
- "Lip Gloss" (Safe Mode Lec Trow Remix)
- "Girlfriend" (Dr. Luke Mix) (featuring Avril Lavigne)
- "Lip Gloss"
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||10|
|U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs||36|
|U.S. Billboard Pop 100||15|
|United States (RIAA)||Gold||0^|
^shipments figures based on certification alone
In popular culture
Fellow American rapper Nicki Minaj has a song titled "Watchu Know", from her debut 2007 mixtape Playtime Is Over, which samples and interpolates "Lip Gloss", by Lil Mama. American Mashup artist Girl Talk also sampled the song on his track "Like This", from his 2008 album Feed the Animals. This song was featured primarily as the backing track for the Prada Spring/Summer 2010 women's wear fashion show.
- US Amazon.com Release
- "American single certifications – Lil Mama – Lip Gloss". Recording Industry Association of America. February 13, 2008. Retrieved November 5, 2013. If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Single, then click SEARCH
- Dances From Tha Hood | Lip Gloss by dancesfromthahood | MTV
- No byline (December 11, 2007). "The 100 Best Songs of 2007" Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2007-12-21
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