You (Lloyd song)

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"You"
Single by Lloyd featuring Lil Wayne
from the album Street Love
Released October 23, 2006
Format CD single, Digital download
Recorded 2006
Genre R&B, Hip hop
Length 4:33
Label The Inc., Sho'nuff, Universal
Writer(s) Lloyd Polite, Dwayne Carter, J. Cameron, G. Kemp, M. Sinclair
Producer(s) Big Reese, Jasper Cameron
Lloyd chronology
"Southside (Remix)"
(2004)
"You"
(2006)
"Get It Shawty"
(2007)
Lil Wayne chronology
"You Know What"
(2006)
"You"
(2006)
"Make It Rain (Remix)"
(2006)

"You" is a song by American R&B artist Lloyd featuring rapper Lil Wayne, and was produced by Big Reese and Jasper Cameron for Lloyd's second studio album, Street Love. It was recorded in the producer's basement. It is the first official single off the album. Lloyd himself has reported that he leaked the song to an Atlanta radio station to receive airplay.[1] The song features an interpolation of Spandau Ballet's song "True". On February 8, 2007, "You" became Lloyd's first and Lil Wayne's second top-ten single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, charting at number nine. The song reached number one on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in February 2007, becoming both Lloyd and Lil Wayne's first number-one single on this chart. On the UK Singles Chart, the single debuted on May 28, 2007, at number sixty-six on download sales alone, and moved up to number forty-five.

Music video[edit]

The music video features D. Woods former member of the girl group Danity Kane and Amanda Saintana Ceus, as the leading lady. The video was inducted into the U.S. BET 106 & Park video hall of fame, after spending sixty-five days on the countdown, thirty-four of which were at number one.

Remixes[edit]

The official remix features rappers Andre 3000 & Nas and 2 new verses by Lloyd. On the album, it is titled "I Want You (Remix)". It also samples Spandau Ballet's song "True". The remix is included in the album as the 15th track. On the remix's leaked version, Lloyd's 2nd verse from the original version of the song was used after the chorus, instead of the 2nd new verse on the album version.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[2] 25
UK Singles (The Official Charts Company) 45
US Billboard Hot 100 9
US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 1
US Billboard Mainstream Top 40 18

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