Supa Sexxy

Album: Uncle Charlie (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • According to Wilson's website, this song "describes the strength of a woman when it comes to her man and how she can 'swoop right down and pick him up' when he's down."
  • This features Wilson's label-mate T-Pain, with whom he's recorded before. Wilson commented on his website, "When we first worked together three years ago, T-Pain wasn't the household name that he is now. It has been wonderful watching him mature and grow as an artist and a businessman."
  • Wilson also created a slow dance remix of the track with his friend, Jamie Foxx.

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