Akon & Snoop Doggy Dogg
I Just Wanna Love You
Akon, has his brand new single "I Just Wanna Love You" released on February 12th through Universal Records. The single, also taken from the Senegal-born, US-based superstar's new multi-platinum album "Konvicted", features the one and only Snoop Dogg and looks set to give Akon another huge chart smash.
Watch the video for Akon & Snoop Doggy Dogg - I Just Wanna Love You - Here
Akon established himself as the premiere production and writing wizard over the past couple of years. He has produced, written, and/or appeared on hit songs for Sir Elton John, R. Kelly, Gwen Stefani, Beenie Man, Young Jeezy and T-Pain.
With the success of a multi-platinum record under his belt and with his artist T-Pain on Jive Records, Akon recently secured a label deal through Interscope Records called Konlive Records where one of his acts will include Chilli from super girl group, TLC. His 1st release on Konlive is due early 2007.
Not one to put all of his eggs in the music basket, the Senegalese-born star, has also established a diamond supply and mining company called Aliaune that supplies diamonds to dealers across the world. He is also working on his clothing line as well as a movie project based on his own inspirational story.
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