• Hush (LL Cool J song)

    Hush (LL Cool J song)

    "Hush" is the second single from LL Cool J's eleventh album, The DEFinition . It was released on February 15, 2005 for Def Jam Recordings, produced by Timbaland, LL Cool J and Eric "NY Nicks, featuring vocals by 7 Aurelius, and was the follow-up to "Headsprung ". Though not as successful as "Headsprung" (in North America), "Hush" still managed to make a dent on the Billboard charts; peaking at #26 on the Billboard Hot 100, #11 on the Hot Rap Singles chart and #14 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. However, "Hush" saw top ten success in the United Kingdom, where it entered and peaked at #3 on the UK Singles Chart.

  • Phenomenon (LL Cool J album)

    Phenomenon (LL Cool J album)

    Phenomenon is the seventh studio album by rapper LL Cool J. After the success of his previous release Mr. Smith , the same basic principles are followed here, with several R&B -influenced tracks, and a couple of more hardcore rap tracks. The album was certified Platinum, unlike Mr. Smith, which was certified 2x Platinum. The album is executively produced by Sean "Puffy" Combs and therefore features production from his in-house roster of producers The Hitmen.

  • Baby (LL Cool J song)

    Baby (LL Cool J song)

    "Baby" is the second single from rapper LL Cool J's 13th album Exit 13 . It features The-Dream, who co-wrote the song with 50 Cent, while Tricky Stewart produced it.

  • Candy (LL Cool J song)

    Candy (LL Cool J song)

    "Candy" is the fifth and final single from LL Cool J's seventh album, Phenomenon. It was released on July 3, 1998 for Def Jam Recordings and featured production from the Trackmasters, who were then known as Poke & Tone. The song spent two weeks on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, peaking at No. 62. New Edition members, Ralph Tresvant and Ricky Bell contributed vocals to the song.

  • 4, 3, 2, 1 (LL Cool J song)

    4, 3, 2, 1 (LL Cool J song)

    "4, 3, 2, 1" is a song by LL Cool J featuring Method Man & Redman, Canibus and DMX from LL Cool J's seventh album Phenomenon as the second single. It was released on December 9, 1997, for Def Jam Recordings and was produced by LL Cool J and Erick Sermon. A remix was made with an additional verse from American southern hip hop artist, Master P. Both the original song (minus Canibus) and the remix (with Canibus and Master P) had accompanying music videos. The song peaked at number 75 on the Billboard Hot 100, number 10 on the Hot Rap Singles and number 24 Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

  • Paradise (LL Cool J song)

    Paradise (LL Cool J song)

    "Paradise" is a song by American rapper LL Cool J featuring American R&B singer Amerie. Produced by Trackmasters, the track was released in early 2003 as the second single from LL Cool J's ninth studio album, 10 (2002). It also appears on the soundtrack to the 2003 film Deliver Us from Eva , in which LL Cool J stars alongside Gabrielle Union. Singer Tweet was originally slated to provide vocals but Amerie was eventually chosen instead. "Paradise" samples Keni Burke's 1982 smooth jazz hit "Risin' to the Top", penned by Burke, Allan Felder, and Norma Jean Wright. The song samples Tamia's So into You.

  • Father (LL Cool J song)

    Father (LL Cool J song)

    "Father" is the third single from LL Cool J's seventh album, Phenomenon . It was released on January 13, 1998 for Def Jam Recordings and was produced by the Trackmasters.

  • You and Me (LL Cool J song)

    You and Me (LL Cool J song)

    "You and Me" is a song by LL Cool J, released as a single from his ninth album, G.O.A.T. . It was released on October 17, 2000 for Def Jam Recordings, was produced by DJ Scratch and LL Cool J and featured R&B singer, Kelly Price. It peaked at #44 on the Billboard's Hot Rap Singles and #59 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

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