Imma Put It on Her

Album: Forever in a Day (2009)
Charted: 79
  • This song features an intro rap by Yung Joc and Day26 mentor Sean "Diddy" Combs closes the track.
  • This was the official first single from Day26's second album Forever in a Day.
  • Day26 wrote the song. Robert Curry of the R&B boyband told about Diddy's reaction when they first played him this song: "We presented it to him like, 'Yo Diddy, this is a song that we really like, we want this to be our first single.' We found the record, we wrote it, and when we presented it to him he actually stood up out of his seat—he reacted to the record real good. And you know if Diddy ain't feelin' your record, 'cause he won't lift his head up from his phone. He'll be texting the whole time."
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