"Take It to da House" is the first single from Trick Daddy's fourth studio album, Thugs Are Us. The singles features verses by Slip-N-Slide representatives, Sung, Money Mark, J.V., Trina, and Co. They all went under the alias as, the Slip-N-Slide Express. The single also contains samples from James Brown's single, "The Boss", and heavily sampled "Boogie Shoes" by KC and the Sunshine Band. The song was featured in the films Osmosis Jones, The Real Cancun, and Are We Done Yet?.

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  • "Take It to da House" is the first single from Trick Daddy's fourth studio album, Thugs Are Us. The singles features verses by Slip-N-Slide representatives, Sung, Money Mark, J.V., Trina, and Co. They all went under the alias as, the Slip-N-Slide Express. The single also contains samples from James Brown's single, "The Boss", and heavily sampled "Boogie Shoes" by KC and the Sunshine Band. The song was featured in the films Osmosis Jones, The Real Cancun, and Are We Done Yet?. "Take It To Da House" was placed at #23 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart and #20 on the Hot Rap Singles chart. (en)
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  • Trick Daddy singles
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  • "Shut Up"
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  • "I'm a Thug"
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  • *Righteous Funk Boogie *Jim Johnson
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  • *Maurice Young *Katrina Taylor
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  • "Take It to da House" is the first single from Trick Daddy's fourth studio album, Thugs Are Us. The singles features verses by Slip-N-Slide representatives, Sung, Money Mark, J.V., Trina, and Co. They all went under the alias as, the Slip-N-Slide Express. The single also contains samples from James Brown's single, "The Boss", and heavily sampled "Boogie Shoes" by KC and the Sunshine Band. The song was featured in the films Osmosis Jones, The Real Cancun, and Are We Done Yet?. (en)
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