|"If I Could Go!"|
|Single by Angie Martinez featuring Lil' Mo and Sacario|
|from the album Animal House|
|Released||June 4, 2002|
|Genre||Pop rap, latin hip hop, R&B|
|J. Austin, R. Thomas, C. Loving,|
|Angie Martinez singles chronology|
|Lil' Mo singles chronology|
"If I Could Go!" is the first single from Angie Martinez' second studio album, Animal House. The track features rapper Sacario and singer Lil Mo and is produced by Rick Rock. It is Martinez's highest Billboard charted song to date. It was written by Sacario
The song is inducted into the Guinness World Records as the "first officially-released video game soundtrack to be RIAA certified platinum". According to Guinness World Records, NBA Live 2003 Soundtrack went Platinum in only 6 months.
It was on MTV Classic's Total Request Playlist block.
According to the album liner notes, "If I Could Go" was recorded at Battery Studios in New York City and Sacario's former recording studio "West Wing" in Connecticut. The song was mixed at Right Track Recording by Supa Engineer Duro.