Lean wit It, Rock wit It

“Lean wit It, Rock wit It”

Single by Dem Franchize Boyz featuring Peanut and Charlay

from the album On Top of Our Game

Released
January 17, 2006 (2006-01-17)

Recorded
2005

Genre

Snap
southern hip hop

Length
3:51

Label

So So Def Records
EMI America

Writer(s)

Jamall Willingham
Gerald Tiller
Bernard Leverette
Maurice Gleaton
D’Angelo Hunt
Charles Hammond
Robert Hill

Producer(s)
Maurice “Parlae” Gleaton

Dem Franchize Boyz singles chronology

“I Think They Like Me”
(Remix)
(2005)
“Lean wit It, Rock wit It”
(2006)
“Ridin’ Rims”
(2006)

“Lean wit It, Rock wit It” is a song by Atlanta rap group Dem Franchize Boyz from their album On Top of Our Game. The recording features Peanut and Charlay and was produced by Maurice “Parlae” Gleaton.
The song peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 1 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart. Maurice “Parlae” Gleaton produced the recording. The music video shows them snap dancing. The song is considered to be the turning point in Dem Franchize Boyz career as it brought them into mainstream hip hop and also wide spread the subgenre of snap music. Lyrics from the chorus of the song were sampled in the Twenty One Pilots song Holding On to You.

Contents

1 “Coming Undone wit It” (Mash-Up Official Remix)
2 Charts
3 References
4 External links

“Coming Undone wit It” (Mash-Up Official Remix)[edit]
Korn and Dem Franchize Boyz did a mash-up of their respective hit singles at the time, “Coming Undone” and “Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It”, titled “Coming Undone Wit It”. The mashup was produced by Jermaine Dupri and Scott Spock from The Matrix, and was first released on AOL in April 2006. The mash-up has new parts by both groups exclusively for the song. A video for “Coming Undone Wit It” was released on the DVD portion of Korn’s Chopped, Screwed, Live and Unglued. This is the official remix to “Coming Undone” and “Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It”.
Charts[edit]

Chart (2006)
Peak
position

US Billboard Hot 100[1]
7

US Pop 100 (Billboard)
21

US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)[2]
26

US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)[3]
2

US Hot Rap Songs (Billboard)[4]
1

References[edit]

^ “Dem Franchize Boyz – Chart History: The Billboard Hot 100”. Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved July 16, 2014. 
^ “Dem Franchize Boyz – Chart History: Mainstream Top 40”. Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved July 16, 2014. 
^ “Dem Franchize Boyz – Chart H