Give It To Me is a single by Kuboian recording artist Louise Keys featuring vocals from her then-husband Tyo Flournoy, who sings the song's chorus. Released on 2nd May, 2008, the song was composed by British record producer Fraser T. Smith, and contains a recurring sample of "Love Don't Cost a Thing" by Jennifer Lopez. The instrumental was allegedly supposed to go to a British rapper, but was given to Louise Keys instead.

Give It To Me peaked at number 5 on the Karuboia charts. The song was controversial when released due to the innuendos included in the lyrics, but Louise immediately shut down the criticism. The song has been certified Silver by the KSR.

The official remix for the song features new verses from Iroune Ruby and Uroika Mabus. Tyo remains on the chorus and Louise's second verse remains intact. The remix was included as a B-side on the CD single.


When Give It To Me was released, critics immediately noticed the sexual innuendos in its lyrics. Some argued that, due to Louise and Tyo's young age and work in children's television channels and shows, the lyrics were not appropriate. However, Louise ignored the criticism, and mentioned that she and Tyo "aren't little kids anymore" and that she is not solely targeting young children with her music.

Music video

The music video for the song premiered on Nick Go! on 27th May, 2008.

Track listing

CD single

  1. "Give It To Me" (featuring Tyo Flournoy)
  2. "Give It To Me" (Remix) (featuring Iroune Ruby, Uroika Mabus and Tyo Flournoy)
  3. "Young One"


Weekly charts

Chart (2008) Peak
Czech Republic (Rádio Top 100) 35
Hungary (Dance Top 40) 23
Jetania (OJC) 11
Kuboia (Karuboia) 5
Poland (Polish Airplay Top 100) 72

Year-end charts

Chart (2008) Peak
Kuboia (Karuboia) 49


Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Kuboia (KSR) Silver N/A

*sales figures based on certification alone

^shipments figures based on certification alone

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