Nann Nigga

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"Nann Nigga"
Single by Trick Daddy featuring Trina
from the album www.thug.com
Released July 14, 1998
Format CD single
12" single
7" single
Recorded 1998
Genre Hip hop, Southern hip hop, dirty rap
Length 3:45
Label Slip-N-Slide/Warlock Records
Writer(s) Arthur Young/Katrina Taylor/Michael Jordan
Trick Daddy singles chronology
"Nann Nigga"
(1998)
"Shut Up"
(2000)
Trina singles chronology
"Nann Nigga"
(1998)
"Da Baddest Bitch"
(2000)

"Nann Nigga" (also known as "Nann", which is the title of the song's edited version) is the first single from Trick Daddy's second album, www.thug.com, released in 1998. It features Trina as the song's guest rapper. She also is Nann Nigga's love (or lust) interest in the song.

Song theme[edit]

The song is about Trick Daddy boasting that no one can do anything like him, especially when it comes to loving (or providing carnal pleasure to) Trina. In fact, to understand the song, the word "Nann" could be said to mean "no", "none" or "not one"; the resultant statement a double negative typical of southern vernacular: "You don't know "no" nigga like me..." Other possible interpretations could be that "nann" is a disambiguation of the colloquial "nary", meaning "not a" or "not one," "any other," or "never a". "You don't know any other ho..." Trick Daddy's boasting is reciprocated by Trina, with her singing "You don't know nann ho..." towards the middle of the song. It is also possible that "nann" is a contraction of "no damn."

Chart performance[edit]

The song reached number 62 on the Billboard Hot 100. The single was also successful on Hot Rap Tracks (peaking at number 3; Trick Daddy's best performance on this chart) and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks (peaking at number 20).

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Nann Nigga" features then Indianapolis Colts running back Edgerrin James, who, like Trick Daddy, resides in Miami, Florida.

Charts[edit]

Chart (1998) Position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 62
U.S. Hot Rap Tracks 3
U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 20

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