OopDeeWopDee
"OopDeeWopDee" is a hip hop, R&B, and soul song by Casablanca Records recording group NSS16. The song features Universal Records David Banner and Aloe Blacc. Released on April 20, 2004, it was written by Greg Lawson, Mike Anthony and Hakeem Khaaliq who also served as the Music video director. Lyrically, the song is a young woman's plea to stay virtuous. Due to internal problems between management the group never toured. In Billboard Magazine, it reached number 49 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales, which ranks sales of physical singles.
OopDeeWopDee
"OopDeeWopDee" is a hip hop, R&B, and soul song by Casablanca Records recording group NSS16. The song features Universal Records David Banner and Aloe Blacc. Released on April 20, 2004, it was written by Greg Lawson, Mike Anthony and Hakeem Khaaliq who also served as the Music video director. Lyrically, the song is a young woman's plea to stay virtuous. Due to internal problems between management the group never toured. In Billboard Magazine, it reached number 49 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales, which ranks sales of physical singles.