Album: B.T.R. (2010)
Charted: 72
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  • This Lucas Secon and Wayne Hector penned song is the fifth single from American pop/rock quartet Big Time Rush's debut album, B.T.R.. It was released to mainstream radio on February 15, 2011.
  • Big Time Rush was created by the TV network Nickelodeon, and star in the American television show of the same name. This song was featured in the episode "Big Time Girlfriends."
  • The single version features the rapper Snoop Dogg. Another version was also recorded with the hip-hop/rap and jerkin crew New Boyz.
  • The video features Snoop Dogg living in the year 2099, and finds the rapper inviting the band to join his party and perform. Carlos Pena Jr. told Fanpop!: "We were very excited when we found out that Snoop Dogg wanted to do the show. He told us that his daughter was a big fan and that once he knew that, it was a done deal. In his many years of doing shows and videos, his daughter had not once wanted to come to the set as much as she did for the Big Time Rush Snoop 'Boyfriend' video!"
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