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Splash Waterfalls

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Released  February 17, 2004
Producer(s)  Icedrake
Format  CD single, 12"
Length  4:50 4:30 (Whatever You Want remix)
Label  Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
Writer(s)  Christopher Bridges, Michael Guy, Lawrence Mizell, Carl Wheeler, D'wayne Wiggins

"Splash Waterfalls" the third single off Ludacris' album Chicken-n-Beer. The song features Sandy Coffee responding to Ludacris' verses, but she is not credited as featured guest on the single. The song describes a desired love between two people, continually contrasting intimate romantic scenarios with more sexually explicit ones. This song's video and song content resembles another famous Ludacris single called "What's Your Fantasy", with its explicit lyrics and adult-like content. In the radio/music video version's lyrics, "touch me" replaces the explicit version's "fuck me".



The official remix, "Splash Waterfalls (Whatever You Want Remix)", sampling Tony! Toni! Toné!'s "Whatever You Want", was released and features Sandy Coffee and Raphael Saadiq. The song was produced by The Trak Starz.

Music video

In the video, Ludacris appears in a background of cold, blue mountains that resemble a utopia with Sandy Coffee singing "Make love to me" and "Touch me" every time Luda raps a verse accompanied with "Say it" and "What?" Along with Luda's previous videos, it alludes to the song's lyrics. Midway through the video, the song cuts out and the "Whatever You Want" remix of the song plays for the rest of the video, with Raphael Saadiq appearing. Malaysia Pargo, future wife of Jannero Pargo and co-star of Basketball Wives: LA, is among the women featured in the latter half of the video.


"Splash Waterfalls" performed very well on the charts. Its ranking at peak position were all in the Top Ten., including a #6 placing on the Billboard Hot 100.


The composers of the song are:

  • Guy, M.
  • Mizell, L.
  • Bridges, C
  • References

    Splash Waterfalls Wikipedia

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