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|2012 (It Ain't the End); Jay Sean and Nikki Minaj|
|Topic Started: September 30, 2010, 6:44 pm (74 Views)|
|Duodecima Florina||September 30, 2010, 6:44 pm Post #1|
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"2012 (It Ain't the End)" is a song by British recording artist, Jay Sean, taken from his fourth studio album, Freeze Time. It features American rapper and labelmate Nicki Minaj, and is due to be released as the album's lead single. The single was produced by OFM production team J-Remy and Bobby Bass.
The song is an uptempo record, and sounds very much like "Down". The song’s beat was made in one day by producer Bobby Bass, and was written by Jay Sean with Jared Cotter and producer J Remy on two iPads.
Jay Sean told Entertainment Weekly, "I’m a very positive person myself, and the next two singles that I’m putting out–we’re putting them out simultaneously–are both feel-good songs. One is a club-banger called ‘Break Your Back,’ and the other one, ’2012,’ is a real feel-good [song]. If you loved 'Down' and you loved 'Do You Remember', you’re going to love the next song, which I think is going to be stuck in everybody’s head for the entire summer, and hopefully much longer." Of the collaboration he told MTV News, "I've been wanting to work with Nicki for the longest time." "I'm so excited that she's on this song because she absolutely murdered it. She came with a different swagger on it, and a different flow. Just real fun. And her voice just really fits the song".
"2012 (It Aint the End)" debuted and peaked at number fifty on the Billboard Hot 100 for the chart week of August 13, 2010, and has since peaked at number thirty-four on the US Pop Songs chart. On the Canadian Hot 100 chart the single debuted at ninety-two and currently sits at number sixty-nine. It debuted at number forty on the ARIA Charts for the chart week of August 26, 2010.
The music video for "2012 (It Ain't the End)" was shot in Los Angeles on July 19, 2010, with Nicki Minaj. The video is set to lots of flashing lights and a typical hip-hop club scene environment. But in post-production, Sean says the music video's director Erik White will be zooming out to show parties in three cities around the world. "There's all these wonderful ideas the director Erik White has been telling me [about]." 'They are gonna zoom out, and it's gonna zoom into Tokyo! And the world is gonna spin around!' And I'm like, 'Really? That's amazing!' So for me, I'm looking forward to seeing those effects." "The concept of the video is basically all about throwing the biggest party, celebrating life. It's basically going around the world, from London to Tokyo to New York, seeing people celebrating good times." The video should have a premiered on August 8, 2010 on MTV, however the same day Sean confirmed on Twitter that the premiere has been rescheduled.
The video features a cameo appearance from former Spice Girl Melanie Brown, Cash Money Records CEO Birdman, writer Jared Cotter, producers J-Remy and Bobby Bass, and Thara. On August 24, 2010 was the video released to VEVO. The prelude and the music video of his next single "Break Your Back" can be heard and seen in the end of the music video.
Here's the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uFalk1y38I&ob=av2n
Edited by Duodecima Florina, October 2, 2010, 2:48 pm.
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