Saturday Night Hustle

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"Saturday Night Hustle"
Single by Sway DaSafo featuring Lemar
from the album The Signature LP
B-side "F Ur X (featuring Stush)"
Released15 September 2008
Label Dcypha
Songwriter(s) Sway DaSafo
Producer(s) Al Shux
Sway DaSafo singles chronology
"Little Derek"
"Saturday Night Hustle"
"Silver & Gold"

"Saturday Night Hustle" is the second single released from Sway's second album The Signature LP . It features R&B singer Lemar. The song was produced by Al Shux, who has worked with Sway before. The single was released on 15 September 2008. It spent one week on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 67. [1]

According to the DVD release of The Signature LP, "Saturday Night Hustle" was written during the production of Sway's debut album This Is My Demo , but was omitted from the album's track list as he believed it was not appropriate for the album.

Track listing

  1. "Saturday Night Hustle (Album Version)" - 3:24
  2. "Saturday Night Hustle (Jukey Club Remix)" - 6:09
  3. "Saturday Night Hustle (Instrumental)" - 3:23

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