Na Na

Album: Trigga (2014)
Charted: 20 21

Songfacts®:

  • The first single from Trey Songz's sixth album, starts with the singer proclaiming "Put your hands in the air, Trigga," referencing both his nickname and album title.
  • The song's hook samples Teena Marie's 1988 single "Ooo La La La," which was later interpolated on the chorus of the Fugees' 1996 hip hop hit tune "Fu-Gee-La." Songz re-imagines it as an ode to sex.
  • The song was produced by DJ Mustard, the Californian producer responsible for the beats on such club ready cuts as Tyga's "Rack City," 2 Chainz's "I'm Different" and Kid Ink's "Show Me."

Comments: 1

  • Sierra from Kane, IlI am in love with this song for some reason. I just don't know why. I really don't get the beginning part where they are talking
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