Saturday (Oooh! Ooooh!)

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"Saturday (Oooh! Ooooh!)"
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Single by Ludacris featuring Sleepy Brown
from the album Word of Mouf
ReleasedJanuary 8, 2002
Genre Hip hop
Label Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
Songwriter(s) R. Murray, R. Wade, P. Brown and C. Bridges [1]
Producer(s) Organized Noize
Ludacris singles chronology
"Growing Pains (Remix)"
"Saturday (Oooh! Ooooh!)"
"B R Right"
Sleepy Brown singles chronology
"Rollout (My Business)"
"Saturday (Oooh! Ooooh!)"
"Land of a Million Drums"

"Saturday (Oooh! Ooooh!)" is the third official single from Ludacris's second album, Word of Mouf . The song was written by R. Murray, R. Wade, P. Brown and C. Bridges [1] and was produced by Organized Noize. [2]


The song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 95 on February 16, 2002, reached the top 40 at number 37 on April 6, 2002, and peaked at number 22 on April 20.


Weekly charts

Chart (2002)Peak
UK Singles (OCC) [3] 31
US Billboard Hot 100 [4] 22
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs ( Billboard ) [5] 10
US Hot Rap Songs ( Billboard ) [6] 10

Year-end charts

Chart (2002)Position
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard) [7] 60

Release history

United StatesFebruary 25, 2002 Rhythmic contemporary · urban contemporary radio Def Jam South [8]

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