|Single by Ludacris, LL Cool J and Keith Murray|
|from the album The Good Life|
|Released||December 4, 2001|
|Label||FUBU / Universal|
|Songwriter(s)||Christopher Bridges, James Todd Smith, Keith Murray|
|Ludacris singles chronology|
"Fatty Girl" is a collaborative single by rappers Ludacris, LL Cool J and Keith Murray. The song was produced by the Trackmasters and was released as the lead single from the FUBU compilation The Good Life. The music video was directed by Hype Williams.
The album was mentioned by FUBU CEO Daymond John on an episode of ABC's Shark Tank. John said he was in the hole for $6 million on the album but the hit single "Fatty Girl" ended up earning $100 million through clothing.
The song is also notable for being the first recorded use of the word "badonkadonk," coined by Keith Murray.
Single track listing
- "Fatty Girl" (Squeaky Clean Edit) – 3:55
- "Fatty Girl" (Radio version) – 3:54
- "Fatty Girl" (Album version) – 3:52
- "Fatty Girl" (Instrumental) – 3:54
|Billboard Hot 100||87|
|Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks||32|
|Billboard Hot Rap Singles||6|
- "FUBU FOUNDER DAYMOND JOHN'S $5 MILLION LESSON". Retrieved 3 March 2014.