Hot Damn (song)

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"Hot Damn"
Hot Damn (Clipse single).jpg
Single by Clipse featuring The Neptunes
from the album Clones and Lord Willin'
ReleasedApril 29, 2003
FormatDigital download
Recorded2002
GenreHip hop, jazz rap
Label
Songwriter(s)Rennard East, Chad Hugo, Amin Porter, Terrence Thornton, Gene Thornton, Pharrell Williams
Producer(s)The Neptunes
The Clipse singles chronology
"Ma, I Don't Love Her"
(2003)
"Hot Damn"
(2003)
"Mr. Me Too"
(2006)

"Hot Damn" is lead single by Clipse from The Neptunes's compilation album Clones. The song also appears from their debut studio album, Lord Willin' titled as "Cot Damn".

The beat has a jazzy tune composed with saxophones and drums. It was produced by The Neptunes. The original version of the song was "Cot' Damn." which was featured on their album Lord Willin'. "Hot Damn" features a sample from another The Neptunes song "What Happened to That Boy" by Birdman featuring The Clipse.

The song was originally titled "God Damn" but it was changed under the advice of the record label, who believed that "nobody in the bible belt would play it". It has new lyrics on the track, which are different from the original.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)[1] 58

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