Easy (Paula DeAnda song)

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Single by Paula DeAnda featuring Bow Wow
from the album Paula DeAnda
ReleasedJune 2007 (U.S. radio)
FormatDigital download
GenrePop, dance-pop, R&B, dancehall
Length3:54 (Album Version)
3:28 (Radio Edit)
LabelSonyBMG, Arista
Songwriter(s)Nathaniel Hills, Tamir Ruffin, Paula DeAnda, Theodore Thomas, Richard Frierson, Dwayne Carter
Paula DeAnda singles chronology
"When It Was Me"
"Roll the Credits"
Bow Wow singles chronology

"Easy" is the fourth single from Paula DeAnda's self-titled album.

Song information[edit]

The album version features rapper Lil Wayne, but many radio stations play the single version, which replaces Wayne with Bow Wow. A Spanish version of the song, "Facil", exists; it only has her vocals without Bow Wow or Lil Wayne. (Facil means easy in Spanish.) It is included in the bonus edition of her album Paula DeAnda.

Chart information[edit]

"Easy" peaked at #64 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and it spent a total number of 11 weeks on the Hot 100. Its final position was #90 during the charting week of September 22, 2007; it dropped off the Hot 100 the following week.

Music video[edit]

The video was shot by Billie Woodruff. It was shown for the first time on television on TRL on July 18. The video features appearances by Baby Bash, Wilmer Valderrama, Bow Wow's artist Khleo Thomas, and Bow Wow himself. In the video, DeAnda can be seen applying make up and driving around in an Aston Martin, being chased continually by men. She shows off her more sexual side for the first time in this video.

TRL mutes the word "gun" out of the video which interrupts the correct instrumental.

Track listing[edit]

Promo single[edit]

  1. "Easy" (feat. Lil Wayne) (Original version)
  2. "Easy" (Instrumental)

U.S. single[edit]

  1. "Easy" (feat. Lil Wayne) (Original version)
  2. "Easy" (feat. Bow Wow) (Released single version)


  1. "Fácil (Easy)"(Spanish version)
  2. "Easy" (Aspuration Remix Edit)
  3. "Easy" (Nu Shooz Mix) (Remixed by The Flyntstones)


Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
US Billboard Hot 100[1] 64
US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)[2] 18
US Rhythmic (Billboard)[3] 29