Dunn Dunn

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"Dunn Dunn"
The cover features a paper bag carrying the artist's name and face on it filled with cash inside, with more under the bag. Below is the song title colored in orange. At the bottom left corner is the Parental Advisory label.
Single by Shawty Lo
from the album Units in the City
ReleasedFebruary 22, 2008
GenreRap, southern hip hop
LabelD4L Records, Asylum Records
Songwriter(s)Quandarious A. Jordan, Teriyakie Smith, Cory Way
Producer(s)Balis, Born Immaculate
Shawty Lo singles chronology
"Dey Know"
"Dunn Dunn"
"Foolish (Remix)"
Dunn Dunn 12
CD Single
CD Single

"Dunn Dunn", produced by Born Immaculate and DJ Pooh, is the second single from Shawty Lo's debut solo album, Units in the City. Part of Shawty Lo's third single, "Foolish," is played at the end. However, at the end of the video "to be continued" is seen on the screen.


"Dunn Dunn" was intended to be a diss directly aimed at T.I. In T.I.'s song No Matter What (T.I. song) from Paper Trail, T.I. says "So you up and coming rappers wanna diss, just kill it. I'm officially the realest, point blank, period." which is directed to Shawty Lo. The album also features a song called What Up, What's Haapnin' that directly disses Shawty Lo with lines such as "Still I hear you loud and clear on ya lil' song, go on get ya dissin' on while the king gone" and "'Cause I yell Bankhead and you felt left out, I ain't mention yo name that's what all this 'bout?"

On May 16, 2008, Shawty Lo released a video asking anyone who knows T.I. to send him T.I.'s high school yearbook picture, saying that he wanted to prove that T.I. is not really from Bankhead. He offered cash to anyone who would. T.I. continued to insult Shawty Lo, saying Shawty Lo only shows disrespect towards T.I. because he is successful.


  • Rapper Ace Hood has a freestyle titled "We Here (Dunn, Dunn)" freestyling over this beat on his mixtape, Ace Won't Fold.

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2008) Peak
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)[1] 62

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