Let Me In (Young Buck song)

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"Let Me In"
Single by Young Buck featuring 50 Cent
from the album Straight Outta Cashville
Released July 2, 2004 (2004-07-02)
Format
Recorded 2004; The Big House, Quad Studios
Genre
Label
Writer(s)
  • D. Brown
  • C. Jackson
  • K. Cain
Producer(s) Needlz
Young Buck singles chronology
"Let Me In"
(2004)
"Shorty Wanna Ride"
(2004)
50 Cent singles chronology
"If I Can't"
(2003)
"Let Me In"
(2004)
"Westside Story"
(2004)

"Let Me In" is the debut single by Young Buck, from his debut album, Straight Outta Cashville. It features 50 Cent and is produced by Needlz. The music video features cameo appearances by Lloyd Banks, Juvenile, Olivia, Stat Quo, and many others. B-Real from Cypress Hill freestyled to the song's beat for his song "Let Me Blaze" on his debut mixtape "The Gunslinger".

Background[edit]

"Let Me In" peaked at #34 on the Billboard Hot 100. Fellow G-Unit member, 50 Cent, contributes to the song.

Track listing[edit]

Digital download[1]
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Let Me In" (feat. 50 Cent) D. Brown, C. Jackson, K. Cain Needlz 3:45
2. "Black Gloves"   Brown, C. Navarro, D. S. Matthews, D. Wilson, M. Ribas Doug Wilson & Sean Cane 3:17
CD single[2]
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Let Me In (Clean)" (feat. 50 Cent) D. Brown, C. Jackson, K. Cain Needlz 3:48
2. "Let Me In (Instrumental)" (feat. 50 Cent) D. Brown, C. Jackson, K. Cain Needlz 3:48
3. "Let Me In (Explicit)" (feat. 50 Cent) D. Brown, C. Jackson, K. Cain Needlz 3:47

Charts[edit]

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