Live For You

Album: Authentic (2013)

Songfacts®:

  • This track features Brad Paisley. The pair also worked together on the Country singer-guitarist's track "Accidental Racist." LL told Radio.com about their collaboration: "The song we did on my record... it's not like I'm trying to do a gimmicky thing. It's not like, 'Oh the country meets the rapper and it's a hoedown!' It's none of that. He's a great singer. I let him sing on something that I felt he would sound cool on... And play the guitar as well because musicianship is a huge part of this record. That's why I also got like Bootsy Collins on this album. I wanted great musicians on my album. Brad was a lot of fun in the studio. He's playing the guitar. I mean, this whole album is like a genre-smashing moment."
  • LL's ye-ha moment is a jukebox country update of his 1987 hit single "I Need Love."

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