Move Bitch

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"Move Bitch"
Single by Ludacris featuring Mystikal and I-20
from the album Word of Mouf
Released May 21, 2002
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2001-2002
Genre Crunk, Southern hip hop, dirty rap, hardcore hip hop
Length 4:30 (album version)
3:51 (video edit)
Label Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
Writer(s) C. Bridges
Producer(s) KLC
Ludacris singles chronology
"Welcome to Atlanta"
"Move Bitch"
"Why Don't We Fall in Love"

"Move Bitch" (edited version titled "Move B**ch" or simply "Move") is the third official single from rapper Ludacris' album Word of Mouf. The single features Mystikal and I-20. The single reached #10 on the Billboard Hot 100,[1] making it Ludacris's first top ten hit on the chart. It also reached #3 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart[2] and #3 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart.[3]

The song is also featured in episode 2 of series one of British teen comedy/drama Skins. The song was also used by World Wrestling Entertainment superstar Montel Vontavious Porter during his short stint in Ring of Honor. It was also used for April Hunter in various Independent circuits. It was featured in the movie ATL starring T.I., and Hancock, although in the latter, the clean version was used. A snippet of the song is played during traffic reports on many radio stations, usually carrying an urban/hip-hop format. Retired NBA star and now ESPN analyst Jalen Rose is featured in the music video.

It was featured on British sitcom The Inbetweeners when the characters Jay and Neil took Will on a 'pussy patrol' in Jay's red Nissan Micra.

The song has been covered by rock band Start Trouble, on their album Every Solution Has Its Problem.

It was sampled by Girl Talk on the first track of his album All Day, "Oh No".

Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Maicol & Manuel sampled the song on "Hoy Me Levanté" on their 2002 release Yakaleo.


Chart Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 10
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 3
U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks 3
U.S. Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 3


  1. ^ Billboard Hot 100 Chart for week of Oct 05, 2002 (accessed Dec 20, 2009)
  2. ^ Billboard Hot Rap Tracks Chart for week of 2002-10-05 (accessed Dec 20, 2009)
  3. ^ Billboard Hot 100 Chart for week of Oct 05, 2002 (accessed Dec 20, 2009)

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