Think Like A Man

Album: Think Like a Man OST (2012)
Charted: 90
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  • This is the lead single from the romantic comedy movie of the same title, which is based off Steve Harvey's best-selling book, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. As well as R&B singers Jennifer Hudson and Ne-Yo, the track also features rapper Rick Ross. It was released on January 31, 2012.
  • Songwriting credits go to Al Sherrod Lambert, Courtney Harrell and Eric Bellinger. R&B songsmith Al Sherrod Lambert's biggest achievement prior to this song was co-penning the title track of Jamie Foxx's fourth album, Best Night Of My Life. Pop/Rock songwriter/ producer Harmony "H-Money" Samuels, Boston-born R&B songsmith Courtney Harrell and Los Angeles born and bred singer-songwriter Eric Bellinger previously teamed up together to write, "Say It With Me," a track from Chris Brown's fourth album, F.A.M.E..
  • Hudson, Ne-Yo and Rick Ross all appear in the song's music video, which also features Think Like a Man actor Kevin Hart.
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