Licky (Under the Covers)

Album: not yet included on an album (2010)


  • This club banger is the lead worldwide single and second US single Barbadian pop/R&B singer, Shontelle's second album, No Gravity. "Impossible" was released as the lead US single from the album and the second worldwide single.
  • The song was written by singer/producer Sean Garrett, whose other credits include Usher's "Yeah!" and Chris Brown's "Run It!."
  • The single was Shontelle's first song to receive a Parental Advisory tag, due to its sexual lyrics.
  • The song samples the 2006 dance number, "Licky", by American electroclash pioneer Larry Tee featuring Princess Superstar.
  • This was replaced by "Impossible" and "Perfect Nightmare" as single releases and was not included on the final track listing of No Gravity. The record company gave no reason why it was omitted from the final cut.


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