I Wanna Love You
by Akon

Album: Konvicted (2006)
Charted: 3 1
  • This song is actually called "I Wanna F--k You," but the "Love You" version is used on the music video and on the radio. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    lexy - Toronto, Canada
  • Snoop Dogg performs on this track, but originally, a lesser-known rapper named Plies was featured. Plies' version was replaced after he was arrested on July 2, 2006 in an incident where he was performing in Gainesville, Florida. Snoop Dogg and Akon had their management teams strike a deal where they would perform on each other's album, and Snoop lent the track a greater credibility that helped propel it to the top of the charts without a physical CD or video released to accompany the song. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Donovan Berry - El Dorado, AR

Comments: 6

  • Fulu Thompho from Limpopo, South Africait is such a hit but the profanity is too much in it.. it needs to be censored anyway
  • Dinuka from Olds, AbTHis song is about dancing girl on the pole of a club. I love this song
  • Kellyann from Bellefonte, Pai la la la love this song.
  • Ashley from Norwich, Englandit the best
  • Ashfree from Fachigo Fake, CanadaNo, I was kidding, Not really.
  • Ashfree from Fachigo Fake, CanadaLove this song, Yo!
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