Move Bitch

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"Move Bitch"
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Single by Ludacris featuring Mystikal and I-20
from the album Word of Mouf
Released May 21, 2002
Format
Recorded 2001
Genre
Length 4:30 (album version)
3:51 (video edit)
Label
Songwriter(s) C. Bridges
Producer(s) KLC
Ludacris singles chronology
"Welcome to Atlanta"
(2002)
"Move Bitch"
(2002)
"Why Don't We Fall in Love"
(2002)
"Welcome to Atlanta"
(2002)
"Move Bitch"
(2002)
"Why Don't We Fall in Love"
(2002)
Mystikal singles chronology
"Tarantula"
(2002) Tarantula2002
"Move Bitch"
(2002) Move Bitch2002
"Oochie Pop"
(2004) Oochie Pop2004
I-20 singles chronology
"Move Bitch"
(2002) Move Bitch2002
"Fightin' in the Club"
(2004) Fightin' in the Club2004

"Move Bitch" (edited version titled "Move B**ch" or simply "Move") is the fourth official single from American rapper Ludacris' album Word of Mouf. The single features American rappers Mystikal and I-20. The single reached #10 on the Billboard Hot 100,[1] making it Ludacris's first top ten hit on the chart. It also reached #3 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart[2] and #3 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart.[3] Also, it featured in an episode of the TV series Castle.

Retired NBA star and now ESPN analyst Jalen Rose is featured in the music video.

The song has been covered by rock band Start Trouble, on their album Every Solution Has Its Problem.

It was sampled by Girl Talk on the first track of his album All Day, "Oh No".

Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Maicol & Manuel sampled the song on "Hoy Me Levanté" on their 2002 release Yakaleo.

Also the German Hip Hop group 257ers has sampled this song on Aus Dem Weg of the album Boomshakkalakka.

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
US Billboard Hot 100[4] 10
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)[5] 3
US Hot Rap Songs (Billboard)[6] 3
US Rhythmic (Billboard)[7] 3

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