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Album: TriggaReleased: 2014Charted:
The first single from Trey Songz's sixth album, starts with the singer proclaiming "Put your hands in the air, Trigga," referencing both his nickname and album title.
The song's hook samples Teena Marie's 1988 single "Ooo La La La," which was later interpolated on the chorus of the Fugees' 1996 hip hop hit tune "Fu-Gee-La." Songz re-imagines it as an ode to sex.
The song was produced by DJ Mustard, the Californian producer responsible for the beats on such club ready cuts as Tyga's "Rack City
," 2 Chainz's "I'm Different
" and Kid Ink's "Show Me