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Earlier today, we shared an MTV News story where reporter Shaheem Reid spoke with Yung Berg about the recent Los Angeles home invasion story that he and, at one time, Diddy had been linked to (Diddy is said to not have been involved). This side note, in the story, caught my eye:

Ironically, Berg says his production work is going to be featured heavily on Diddy-Dirty Money's upcoming Last Train to Paris LP ó Berg has co-production credit on the single "Love Come Down." ...

The MTV story has now been updated, however, to read:

Ironically, Berg says his production work is going to be featured heavily on Diddy-Dirty Money's upcoming Last Train to Paris LP. Berg claims to have helped producer Rob Holladay produce the single "Love Come Down." [Hip-Hop editor's note: Holladay is the only producer credited on the song, according to Interscope Records.]

When first mentioning the story, I suggested that Yung Berg had, perhaps, done some vocal production work. But, curious to know more about Yung Berg's involvement in "Last Train to Paris," I reached out to Rob Holladay on Twitter and he confirmed that Berg had worked with him on a song for the album.

"He co-produced a record with me called "Make Love to You" in NYC last summer for LTTP," Holladay wrote. "It's crazzzzy!" When asked if Berg had contributed anything else to the project, he replied, "no, that's it as of now."

The lyrics to "Make Love to You" can be downloaded as part of the current "Last Train to Parts" Lyric Book.