Take Me There (Blackstreet song)

Take Me There (Blackstreet song)

Infobox Single
Name = Take Me There

Artist = BLACKstreet featuring Mýa, Ma$e, and Blinky Blink
from Album = The Rugrats Movie and Finally
B-side =
Released = November 17, 1998
Format = 12-inch single, CD5
Recorded =
Genre = R&B, Hip-Hop
Length = 4:04
Label = Interscope
Writer = Andre Young/Chauncey Hannibal/Teddy Riley/William Stewart/Lynise Walters/Richard Vick
Producer = Teddy Riley, William "Skylz" Stewart/ Stocks McGuire
Certification = Platinum
Chronology = BLACKstreet singles
Type = singles
Last single =
This single = "Take Me There" (1999)
Next single =
Misc =
"Take Me There" is a song by Blackstreet, Mýa, Mase, and Blinky Blink. The song is featured on the soundtrack to The Rugrats Movie and on Blackstreet's album "Finally" (the latter presented in a remix). It features the famous Rugrats theme melody set against a laid-back cheerful R&B/Rap beat.

The recording was a number 7 hit in the UK [ [http://www.chartstats.com/artistinfo.php?id=8724] Chartstats] , and reached number 14 in the US.


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