Songs written by Polow da Don

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  1. Forever

    Forever (2008)


    "Forever" is a song by American recording artist Chris Brown from Exclusive: Forever Edition, a repackaged edition of his second studio album Exclusive. Brown co-wrote the song with Andre Merritt, Rob Allen, Brian Kennedy, and Jamal "Polow da Don" Jones; the latter two are also the producers. Initially created to be used for Ableton Live practice, "Forever" was selected to be released as the first single from Brown's repackaged second studio album. It was first released for digital download on November 2, 2007. The song's musical structure differs from Brown's previous work, opting for a more European techno dance sound.

  2. Fading

    Fading (2010)


    "Fading" is a song by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna from her fifth studio album, Loud (2010). The song was written by Jamal Jones and Ester Dean, whilst production of the song was completed by Jones under his production name, Polow da Don. Musically, the song samples Irish instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Enya '​s "One by One", whilst lyrically, the song is about leaving a man in a relationship. After Loud had strong digital download sales in the United Kingdom, "Fading" charted at number 187 on that country's singles chart in November 2010. The song received generally positive reviews from music critics, who praised da Don's production, but one critic criticized Rihanna for copying herself and failing to create something different. Some critics also compared it to one of Rihanna's previous singles, "Take A Bow". The song has also been performed on select dates of the Loud Tour (2011).

  3. Pimpin' All over The World

    Pimpin' All over The World (2005)


    "Pimpin' All Over the World" is a song by American rapper Ludacris featuring singer Bobby V. It was released in June 2005 as the fourth and final single from the album The Red Light District and was produced by Polow da Don and Donnie Scantz. The song eventually became the most successful single from The Red Light District. The song features Ludacris rapping the verses throughout the song, and then accompanying Valentino on the chorus. "Pimpin' All Over the World" was well received on the Billboard charts, reaching #9 on the Hot 100 singles chart, but achieved its highest spot on the Hot Rap Tracks chart, reaching #2. This song also includes a cameo from comic Katt Williams as well as additional vocals by Keri Hilson.

  4. Buttons

    Buttons (2006)


    "Buttons" is a song by American girl group The Pussycat Dolls from their debut studio album PCD (2005). The song was written by Sean Garrett, Jamal "Polow da Don" Jones, Jason Perry, Nicole Scherzinger and Calvin "Snoop Dogg" Broadus. The song was released as a digital download on April 11, 2006, as the album's fourth single and was serviced to contemporary hit radio in the United States on May 8, 2006. "Buttons" is a dance-pop and R&B song which uses strong elements of Middle Eastern music in its production. Lyrically, the song involves Scherzinger speaking of a woman's desire to be undressed.

  5. Runaway Love

    Runaway Love (2006)


    "Runaway Love" is the third single released from Ludacris' fifth album, Release Therapy (2007). The song, which features Mary J. Blige on the vocals, was produced by Polow da Don and reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The song was the first single from Release Therapy in the UK and was released as a double A-side with "Girls Gone Wild" included. The song was performed at the 2007 Grammy Awards show by Ludacris, Mary J. Blige and Earth, Wind & Fire. A remix of the song is available by T-Pain featuring Cassie.

  6. Sweet Love

    Sweet Love (2012)


    "Sweet Love" is a song by American recording artist Chris Brown, taken from his fifth studio album, Fortune (2012). It was written by Brown, Cory Marks, Greg Curtis, Jamal "Polow da Don" Jones, Jason "JP" Perry and Tommy Doyle Jr., while the production was handled by Polow da Don and Perry. The song was sent to urban contemporary radio in the United States on April 10, 2012, as the second single from the album. "Sweet Love" is a slow jam R&B ballad which incorporates elements of electronic music. The lyrics of the song revolve around Brown asking his lover to take off her clothes so that they can have sex.

  7. Party Starter

    Party Starter (2005)


    "Party Starter" is the second single released from Will Smith's album Lost & Found.

  8. Sex Therapy

    Sex Therapy (2009)


    "Sex Therapy" is a song by American R&B singer Robin Thicke. The R&B ballad is the lead single from his album Sex Therapy. The song was released to the radio on October 20, 2009. Its tune and some other elements were sampled from the 1963 number-one song "It's My Party" by Lesley Gore.

  9. Crying out for Me

    Crying out for Me (2007)


    "Crying Out for Me" is an R&B song from Mario's third studio album Go, which was released on December 11, 2007 and is the second official single. It was produced by Polow da Don and written by Amber Rives and Jasper Cameron. The song has been listed for 15 week in the Billboard Hot 100. Its first appearance was week 50/2007 and the last appearance was week 12/2008. Its peak position was number 33, where it stayed for one week. Its highest entry was number 97. The official remix features rapper Lil Wayne another one features rapper Busta Rhymes, but are not included on the single or album Go. The song is very similar in theme to his 2004 hit "Let Me Love You".

  10. Whatever U Like

    Whatever U Like (2007)


    "Whatever U Like" is a song by American recording artist Nicole Scherzinger, featuring rapper T.I.. The duo along with Sean Garrett, and Polow da Don composed the song for Scherzinger's planned debut studio album Her Name Is Nicole. Interscope Records released "Whatever U Like" on July 30, 2007.

  11. Back To The Crib

    Back To The Crib (2009)


    "Back to the Crib" was the second single by American rapper Juelz Santana for his third album Born to Lose, Built to Win. It features American singer-songwriter Chris Brown in their second collaboration since Chris Brown's "Run It!" in 2005. The song was produced by Polow Da Don.

  12. Bad Girl

    Bad Girl


    "Bad Girl" is a song initially recorded by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna and American recording artist Chris Brown for the soundtrack of the film Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009). Their version of the song was excluded from the soundtrack, in favor of a version performed by the American girl group The Pussycat Dolls. Rihanna and Brown's version of the song was leaked on the internet on January 6, 2009. The song is about an addiction to shopping, and instead, ore specifically, buying shoes and handbags. Hollywood Records' decision to not include Rihanna and Brown's version was criticized by Ryan Brockington for the New York Post, but Michael Quinn for BBC Music was complimentary of The Pussycat Dolls' version. Rihanna and Brown's version charted at number 55 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

  13. Single

    Single (2008)


    "Single" is the second single from New Kids on the Block's fifth studio album, The Block, which is a duet with Ne-Yo. The lead vocals were sung by Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg, and Jordan Knight. Donnie also rapped in the song.

  14. Here I Stand

    Here I Stand (2008)


    "Here I Stand" is a song by American recording artist Usher. It was sent to urban adult contemporary radio on August 18, 2008 by LaFace Records and RCA Records as the fifth single from Usher's fifth studio album, Here I Stand (Usher album). Penned by the singer with Polow da Don, Adam Blackstone, Gerrell Gaddis, and Dre & Vidal, and produced by Dre & Vidal, "Here I Stand" is a slow soul ballad and contains similarities to Stevie Wonder's music. The record received critical acclaim, and was nominated for the Best Male R&B Vocal Performance award at the 51st Grammy Awards. "Here I Stand" maintained a position on the United States Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for several weeks in 2008 and 2009, reaching the top twenty. It also appeared on the US Radio Songs and Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles charts, peaking at numbers seventy-two and six, respectively.

  15. Make Love

    Make Love (2009)


    "Make Love" is a song performed by American recording artist and songwriter Keri Hilson. It was written by Jamal "Polow da Don" Jones, Ester Dean and Jason Perry, and produced by Polow da Don and Perry for Hilson's debut studio album, In a Perfect World... (2009). The song was sent for urban adult contemporary airplay on June 23, 2009 as the fifth single from the album. Musically, "Make Love" is a downtempo R&B ballad. The song received mixed reviews from music critics; some of them criticized its long length and Hilson's vocals, while others named it one of the album's standouts.

  16. Remember Me

    Remember Me (2009)


    "Remember Me" was the planned first single from the re-release of T.I.'s sixth album, Paper Trail; however, the re-release was eventually shelved, although the song would still be released digitally.

  17. Love In This Club

    Love In This Club (2008)


    "Love in This Club" is a song by American R&B singer Usher. Featuring rapper Young Jeezy, it was released on February 22, 2008 as the lead single from Usher's fifth studio album, Here I Stand. The song was written by Usher, Polow da Don, Young Jeezy, Darnell Dalton, Ryon Lovett, Lamar Taylor and Keith Thomas, and produced by da Don with a Las Vegas-inspired synth-driven beat. Its lyrics refer to seducing someone in a nightclub. The song was originally leaked by da Don prior to its release.

  18. Party People

    Party People (2008)


    "Party People" is a song recorded by American rapper Nelly, featuring American singer Fergie. It was recorded for Nelly's fifth studio album, Brass Knuckles, and the deluxe edition of Fergie's debut album, The Dutchess.

  19. Love In This Club Part II

    Love In This Club Part II (2008)


    "Love in This Club Part II" is a song recorded by American R&B singer Usher, and features fellow R&B singer Beyoncé and rapper Lil Wayne. "Love in This Club Part II" was released by LaFace Records on April 28, 2008, as the second single from Usher's fifth studio album, Here I Stand (2008). It is a sequel to the album's lead single "Love in This Club" which features Young Jeezy. Originally, vocalist Mariah Carey and rapper Plies were intended to feature on the record. Usher acclaimed the additions of Beyoncé and Wayne, and called it "a really special record". Produced by Soundz, the track samples the 1971 song "You Are Everything" by The Stylistics.

  20. Like This

    Like This (2007)


    "Like This" is a song by American recording artist Kelly Rowland, featuring vocals by rapper Eve. Written by Sean Garrett, Jamal Jones, Elvis "BlacElvis" Williams, and Jason Perry along with Rowland and Eve, it was produced by Polow da Don for her second solo album Ms. Kelly (2007), featuring additional production from S-Dot, Garrett, Perry, and Williams. "Like This" is an contemporary R&B song, which incorporates elements of Dirty South and go-go music, with its lyrics referring to a woman growing out of a past relationship.

  21. Get Buck

    Get Buck (2007)


    "Get Buck" is the second single off American rapper Young Buck's second album, Buck the World. It was released on February 13, 2007 through G-Unit Records. The track was produced by Polow da Don. The trumpet and baritone horns on the song were performed live by Siraaj Amnesia James. It was the only track off the album to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #87.

  22. Shakin' It 4 Daddy

    Shakin' It 4 Daddy (2011)


    "Shakin' It 4 Daddy" (sometime rendered as "Shakin' It for Daddy") is a song recorded by American singer Robin Thicke for his fourth studio album, Sex Therapy: The Session (2009). It features rap verses by hip hop artist Nicki Minaj. The song was written by Thicke, Jamal Jones, Ester Dean and Minaj, while production was handled by Jones under his stage name Polow da Don.

  23. Stronger

    Stronger (2009)


    "Stronger" is a song performed by American R&B singer—songwriter Mary J. Blige, with writing from Ester Dean, Dwayne Dalton, Jamal Jones, Chauncey Hollis and Chris Brown, who provides backing vocals. Recorded by Blige, it was featured on the soundtrack for the LeBron James documentary film More Than a Game, and included on the international version of her ninth studio album, Stronger with Each Tear (2010). It was released as the first single from the soundtrack to iTunes and Amazon on August 18, 2009. Additionally it was sent to US radio on September 8, 2009.

  24. Woohoo

    Woohoo (2010)


    "Woohoo" is a song by American recording artist Christina Aguilera, featuring Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj. The song was written by Aguilera, Onika Maraj, Claude Kelly, Ester Dean and Jamal "Polow da Don" Jones, and produced by Polow da Don, for Aguilera's sixth studio album, Bionic. "Woohoo" was released for digital download as a promotional single on May 18, 2010, and later was serviced to rhythmic airplay as the album's second single on May 25, 2010. The song, that contains a sample of the 1972 song "Add már uram az esot" by Kati Kovács, lyrically speaks of cunnilingus. It has been described as an electronica-driven urban dancehall track with R&B and hip hop influences. The song received positive to mixed reviews from critics, some praising Minaj's appearance and Aguilera's vocals. Many noted its similarities to Kelis's "Milkshake". However, some expressed distaste for the sexual nature. "Woohoo" debuted and peaked at forty-six and seventy-nine in Canada and the United States, respectively. Aguilera performed the song as part of a medley from Bionic at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards.

  25. Out Of This Club

    Out Of This Club (2008)


    "Out of This Club" is a song recorded by American girl group The Pussycat Dolls from their second studio album, Doll Domination (2008). The song was written by and features vocals from R. Kelly and Polow da Don; the former is also the producer. It was serviced to urban radio stations in the United States on October 10, 2008, as the third overall single from the album. An urban contemporary song, instrumentation consists of "rudimentary piano melodies" and a "plush beat". Commercially the song debuted and peaked at number 24 on the US Billboard Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles, a component chart that represents the 25 songs that failed to make an impact on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

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