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Umbrella (song) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“Umbrella” Single by Rihanna featuring Jay-Z from the album Good Girl Gone Bad Released March 29, 2007 (US) May 25, 2007 (Europe) May 28, 2007 (UK) Format 12" maxi single, CD single, digital download Recorded 2006 Genre Pop, R&B, hip hop Length 4:35 (album version) 4:14 (radio edit) 3:46 (radio edit without rap) Label Def Jam Writer(s) Jay-Z, Terius Nash, Christopher Stewart, Kuk Harrell Producer Tricky Stewart Certification 2x Platinum Rihanna singles chronology "Roll It" (2006) "Umbrella" (2007) "Shut Up and Drive" (2007) Jay-Z singles chronology "Hollywood" (2007) "Umbrella" (2007) "Kingdom Come" (2007) Good Girl Gone Bad track listing "Umbrella" (1) "Don't Stop The Music" (2) "Umbrella" is a song by singer Rihanna. It was written by Christopher Stewart, Kuk Harrell and Jay-Z for Rihanna's third album, Good Girl Gone Bad (2007). Featuring vocals by Jay-Z, it was released as the album's lead single during the second quarter of 2007. It has, in the short time since its original release, been covered by other artists in one form or another. According to United World Chart it was the biggest single in the world, in 2007.
Following a highly successful chart run around the world and a positive reception from music critics, the song achieved number one on Entertainment Weekly magazine's list of the Ten Best Singles of 2007, as well as number three on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 100 Best Songs of 2007; it was also named Song of the Year in Blender magazine's Readers' Poll 2007. In 2008 "Umbrella" won a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in addition to receiving nominations for Record of the Year and Song of the Year. This song has also been called the Catchiest Hit Ever, along with other great songs. This was also the first Canadian Hot 100 number one. 1 Background and writing 2 Single release and promotion 3 Reception 4 Chart performance 5 Music video
6 Other versions 6.1 Acoustic version 6.2 Pop/Punk version 6.3 Filipino Version 6.4 Remixes 7 Cover versions 7.1 Marié Digby version 7.1.1 Track listing 7.2 Manic Street Preachers EP 7.2.1 Track listing 7.3 Other cover versions 8 Reported coincidence with weather "Rihanna Curse" 9 Charts 10 References 11 External links  Background and writing The music was written by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart and Thaddis "Kuk" Harrell and the lyrics and melody were written by Terius "The Dream" Nash with the rap intro written and performed by Jay-Z. The song was produced by Stewart with vocal production by Harrell. "Umbrella" was not originally written for Rihanna. Christopher "Tricky" Stewart composed the song in 2007, with American pop singer Britney Spears in mind. Her label rejected the song, claiming to have a suitable amount of songs to work with for her future album Blackout. Concurrent to the event was the Grammy season of 2007. Stewart and Nash decided to pass the song onto Mary J. Blige, and also L.A. Reid, the then-CEO of Island
Def Jam, Rihanna's label. Blige however, was unable to hear the song in full due to her obligations to the Grammys at the time. Def Jam representatives remained eager to secure the song for Rihanna, the writers themselves still awaiting a response from Blige. Reid and his team incessantly called them in the entire Grammy weekend to the extent they finally gave them the record. When she recorded the 'ellas,' you knew it was about to be the jump-off and your life was about to change if you had anything to do with that record. —Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, Billboard Stewart confessed he was still reluctant as to whether Rihanna was the right artist to record the song, but following the addition of the "ella, ella" refrain into the track, he felt they were onto "something". Following Rihanna's recording, Def Jam CEO-rapper Jay-Z added his rap, and then a different verse. Before Stewart and Nash settled on the original rap composed by Jay-Z, he changed it without informing the songwriters. Stewart, however, noted that "from a songwriter's standpoint, he just really made it more about the song, with the metaphors about umbrellas and about the weather versus what he had before." The song's beat is notable for its source. Contrary to the common expectation that popular music is created from scratch, the beat to "Umbrella" is an Apple loop called "Vintage Funk Kit 03". Anyone with GarageBand or Apple's professional audio product Logic Studio can recreate the beat themselves by slowing the loop to 87 bpm.  Single release and promotion In many parts of the United States, the single was released on March 28, 2007, although its official release date was the following day. The song premiered on the New York radio station Hot 97 and on Rihanna's official website on March 29 at 5:00pm EST. "Umbrella" premiered on UK radio station Invicta FM on Hit40uk and was released digitally in Britain on May 14, 2007, its physical release following two weeks later by which point the song was already #1. It is claimed though that the song was released first on Radio Kado FM on May 11, 2007 although this is still disputed whether it was legal to do so. Rihanna made formal appearances all over the United Kingdom prior and following the release of the single. She also debuted three new tracks in Preston at the BBC Radio One One Big Weekend event. At another promotional concert, she performed "Umbrella", "Shut Up and Drive" and "Breakin' Dishes". Rihanna performed "Umbrella" at the MTV Movie Awards 2007. In Germany, she performed the song exclusively at Viva Live, and at the 42nd edition of the chart show The Dome. "Umbrella" was also performed on Live Earth, GMTV, Loose Women, Blue Peter, Kiss Concert 2007, Sprint Concert, Zootopia Show, Stripped Show, Canadian Idol, 106 & Park and The View.  Reception Andy Kellman of Allmusic commented: "'Umbrella' is her best to date, delivering mammoth if spacious drums, a towering backdrop during the chorus, and vocals that are somehow totally convincing without sounding all that impassioned — an ideal spot between trying too hard and boredom, like she might've been on her 20th take, which only adds to the song's charm."  Chart performance The popularity and positive critical reception to "Umbrella" ensured the song was a commercial success. Coupled with relentlessly strong airplay of both the promotional video and indeed the song itself for the time surrounding its impressive chart run around the world, "Umbrella" was to become Rihanna's biggest hit. Prior to its physical release, "Umbrella" achieved the biggest debut in the six-year history of the iTunes Music Store, breaking a previous record held by Shakira and Wyclef Jean’s "Hips Don't Lie". As a digital single, "Umbrella" topped the iTunes Store singles chart in more than 16 different countries around the world. On the issue dated June 9, 2007, "Umbrella" topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart after a rising from the #41 position to the top, a jump of forty places, going on to spend a total of seven consecutive weeks at the top of the chart. The track was downloaded a total of 277,000
times in the United States alone, the 4th highest debut-week (3rd Mariah Carey's "Touch My Body" 286,000 downloads and 2nd Fergie's song Fergalicious and 1st the Flo Rida song Low) since Nielsen SoundScan began tracking downloads in 2003. On the Billboard year end chart, "Umbrella" was ranked at #2. Furthermore, total digital sales of the song stand at a reputable 2.7 million. "Umbrella" was Rihanna’s second number-one single (after "SOS"), and both songs have records for two of the biggest jumps to number one on the Hot 100 chart. In correspondence with this, the song spent a total of four weeks at #1 in Canada, where it became the first song to top the recently debuted Canadian Hot 100 chart. Perhaps the song's greatest success came in the United Kingdom. The song debuted at number one on 20 May, 2007, becoming Rihanna's first chart-topper in the country and the third song to reach the top on downloads alone, after Gnarls Barkley's Crazy and Mika's Grace Kelly. The song spent another week at number one on just downloads, before the physical release saw the song raise its sales to 60,650, the highest figure for a single in nine weeks, and easily enough for a third week at number one. Ultimately, the song eventually spent ten weeks in total at number one, just the seventh song in history to reach the benchmark and making it the longest-running chart-topper of the 21st century, as well as the longest since "Love Is All Around" by Wet Wet Wet in 1994. However, it should be noted that sales near the top of the chart were very poor for a lot of the song's run; "Umbrella" sold less than 30,000 copies in four of its weeks at number one, and in its final week, it defeated Kate Nash's Foundations by just 131 sales. Its reign was finally ended on 29 July, 2007, when it was overtaken by Timbaland's The Way I Are and Nash. Additionally, it should be noted that 2007 was one of the wettest British summers on record, which may have contributed to the song's chart-topping run (indeed, many comedians and newspaper columns were actively blaming Rihanna for the weather, albeit lightheartedly, during June and July). By the end of 2007, "Umbrella" had sold 512,730, making it by far her biggest selling single to date and the second biggest selling song of 2007. It was certified Silver by the BPI on July 20, 2007. As well as topping the charts in the UK, "Umbrella" was a similar success throughout Europe, also reaching #1 in Ireland, Poland, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Norway, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Germany and Spain. In Australia "Umbrella" entered the Australian ARIA singles chart at number-one, and spent six consecutive weeks at the top, and was certified Platinum by ARIA. It re-entered the top 50 in its 26th week at number forty-six, and ended as the year's 3rd biggest seller. It is also one of the few tracks to stay in the top 100 for a year on the charts. In New Zealand, "Umbrella" reached number-one on the New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart and remained there for six consecutive weeks, and ended as the year's biggest seller. "Umbrella" is considered Rihanna's breakthrough single in many worldwide markets due to the fact it achieved considerable success in countries where her previous singles had not even charted. It did, for example, become a number-one hit in most of the Hispanic American countries, and in some Eastern European territories. Due to its success in worldwide markets, "Umbrella" reached number-one on the United World Chart, remaining for 21 consecutive weeks and gaining 8.3 million points thus far. It ended the year as the most successful song of 2007, beating close competition from similar success story "Say It Right" by Nelly Furtado. "Umbrella" re-entered the UK singles chart on December 30, 2007 at number thirty-eight and peaked at number eighteen. The song remained in the charts again for 7 weeks. It also entered ECD:UK at no.1 for 6 weeks.  Music video Rihanna in the music video for "Umbrella"While working on the album, ideas had already began to circulate concerning Rihanna's image, extending into her music videos. She asked American music video director Chris Applebaum, who had previously worked with artists such as Kid Rock and Madonna, to send her "something" to work with. Def Jam representatives were expecting Applebaum to the treatment. In response, Applebaum hurriedly conceptualized the video, one
of his first ideas being the silver body paint that Rihanna is seen in. Applebaum was doubtful whether Rihanna would embrace the idea, but her "positive response" following a letter the director sent to the artist ensured its approval. Makeup artist Pamela Neal mixed a paint that would give Rihanna such a look. During the session, the paint was re-applied between takes to ensure she was completely covered. The set was closed to Rihanna, Applebaum and a camera assistant. Rihanna also contributed her own ideas towards the video shoot, suggesting to Applebaum that she dance en pointe, an idea which he accepted. The final cut of the video premiered at on April 26, 2007 at Thisisrihanna.com. Downloads were made available for those in the U.S. only from the website for a limited time. Rihanna and her dancers were choreographed by Tina Landon and the video was officially released on the iTunes Store on May 11, 2007, peaking at #1 for a period 8 weeks. On May 14, 2007, the "Umbrella" video debuted on BET’s 106 & Park at #9 before achieving its peak of #4. It was Rihanna’s first video to chart on the countdown since her debut single "Pon de Replay" in 2005. On May 1, 2007, "Umbrella" debuted on MTV’s Total Request Live at #10, before reaching #1 on May 9 where it remained for fifteen days, making it the longest running #1 of 2007. "Umbrella" has been announced as being the most played video ever on Polish music channel MTV Poland, beating previous record holder Madonna’s "Hung Up". Such was the success of the promotional video that it was also nominated for five awards at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards, including "Female Artist of the Year", "Video of the Year" and "Monster Single of the Year", going on to win the latter two. As of April 22, 2008, the music video for "Umbrella" has been viewed over 53,700,000 times on popular video-sharing website YouTube, including video duplicates.  Other versions Mandy Moore did a cover of the song in 2007, releasing it as "Umbrella".  Acoustic version Rihanna recorded an acoustic version of the song with a new arrangement and later released the song as a bonus track to Good Girl Gone Bad on the iTunes Music Store. The song was also used on the sixth season of Canadian Idol in the top 100 round, many of the competitors used the song and put their own acoustic spin on Rihanna's version.  Pop/Punk version The band Vanilla Sky recorded a version of Umbrella but never released it on a title. Later, the band All Time Low released a version of Umbrella on the Punk Goes Crunk compilation. Band Biffy Clyro released an acoustic version.  Filipino Version Filipino pop singer Miss Ganda recorded a version of the song in Filipino, entitled Payong, which is Tagalog for umbrella. This song was broadly played on radio stations in the Philippines. Filipino singer and actress KC Concepcion also recorded an acoustic version for her debut album.  Remixes "Umbrella" (Radio Edit No Rap) "Umbrella" (Instrumental) "Umbrella" (Seamus Haji & Paul Emannuel Radio Edit) "Umbrella" (Seamus Haji & Paul Emannuel Club Mix) "Umbrella" (Jody Den Broeder Destructive Radio Mix) "Umbrella" (Jody Den Broeder Destructive Club Mix) "Umbrella" (Jody Den Broeder Lush Radio Mix) "Umbrella" (Jody Den Broeder Lush Club Mix) "Umbrella" (The Lindbergh Palace Club Mix) "Umbrella" (The Lindbergh Palace Dub Mix) "Umbrella" (The Lindbergh Palace Radio Mix) "Umbrella" (Remix) by Rihanna featuring Lil' Mama "Cinderella/Umbrella" (Remix) by Rihanna featuring Chris Brown "Umbrella" (Reggaeton Remix) by Rihanna featuring Reggaetonero El Tio "Umbrella" (Dancehall Remix) by Rihanna featuring Elephant Man "Umbrella" (Rock Remix) by Rihanna. This version was produced by Travis Barker that gives it a "rock" feel, somewhat like his remixes of Soulja Boy's "Crank That" and Flo Rida's "Low" "Cyborg Unbrella" by The Hood Internet.  Cover versions  Marié Digby version “Umbrella” Single by Marié Digby from the album Start Here EP/Unfold Released August 3, 2007(Download)
Format Digital download Recorded 2007 Genre Pop Length 3:48 Label Hollywood Marié Digby singles chronology — "Umbrella" (2007) "Bring Me Love" (2007) Marié Digby released her cover of "Umbrella" as her debut single, released from the Start Here EP. Then-upcoming singer Digby released an acoustic version of "Umbrella" through iTunes under Hollywood Records on August 3, 2007. The single was previously released on the Los Angeles based radio station STAR 98.7 as a "You Oughta Hear" feature. Canadian ska punk band illScarlett and Terra Naomi (a singer who was discovered on YouTube).  Track listing "Umbrella" – 3:46 "Umbrella" (Acoustic) – 3:48  Manic Street Preachers EP Umbrella EP by Manic Street Preachers Released February 27, 2008 (CD) March 5, 2008 (Download) Recorded Early 2008 Genre Alternative rock Length 12:15 Original (3:38) Acoustic (3:27) Grand Slam Mix (5:10) Label NME CD 08-01 (for CD release) Producer Dave Eringa Manic Street Preachers chronology "Ghost of Christmas" (2007) "Umbrella" (2008) The Welsh rock band Manic Street Preachers released their cover version of "Umbrella" to radio stations on 17th February 2008. A video for the cover is available on the band's official website . The song was included on a CD album titled NME Awards 2008 given away free with a special souvenir box set of the magazine NME on 27th February, produced in celebration of the Shockwaves NME Awards 2008 and Big Gig. The Manics were the recipients of the 2008 God Like Geniuses Award. The 14-track album also features covers performed by The Kooks, Wombats, Kate Nash, Lightspeed Champion, Kaiser Chiefs, Cribs, Bloc Party, CSS and others. When made available for purchase on iTunes, the song reached #47 in the UK Singles Chart . Despite being chart-eligible, the release was not intended as an official single. As bassist Nicky Wire commented, "The Umbrella thing is an odd situation, especially for me with my insane marketing head on. Part of me thinks we should have given it a massive push as it’s selling loads on download, maybe we should have had a physical format and made it an official Manics single. I’m really perturbed that if it’s perceived that way, we’ll have had 33 consecutive Top 40 singles since Stay Beautiful, back when we signed to Sony. I don’t want our record ruined. I can take it as a happy accident as long as the sales don’t push it to Number 42 or something but it is definitely not an official Manics single" . Nicky Wire said of the song, "This was my favourite track of 2007. It's just so razor-sharp. And who'd have thought a song called 'Umbrella' would be Number One all over the world? It's such an un-pop word. I love it when a record seems to come from another universe. I just wanted us to have a stab at it!" Two further versions were later made available on iTunes and now comprise a three-track Umbrella EP.  Track listing "Umbrella" – 3:38 "Umbrella" (Acoustic) – 3:27 "Umbrella" (Grand Slam Mix) – 5:10  Other cover versions Other remake versions have been performed either on record or in concert by such artists as Linkin Park, Lillasyster, Biffy Clyro, Plain White T's, Carrie Underwood, OneRepublic, Mandy Moore, My Chemical Romance, Tegan and Sara, Amanda Palmer, Children Of Bodom, Syesha Mercado, JDB & CG, and Taylor Swift. Pop-punk outfit All Time Low recently covered the song for the Fearless Records compilation album Punk Goes Crunk. The Mexican YouTube celebrity Mak made a video for Umbrella's original version, but it was removed. The intro for the song can still be seen on his YouTube channel. Italian band Vanilla Sky covered the song, as well as a low-budget video for the song. Former Stone Roses frontman and current solo artist Ian Brown performed a brief cover version of the song during his Green Room
performance at the Oxegen 2008 music festival in Ireland, changing the line "Know that we'll still have each other" to "You can tickle me with a feather." The folk band Clint Michigan also produced a cover version and in 2008 released a video set to a vintage cartoon. . Umbrella also succeeded British band McFLY, with their Number 1 single, Baby's Coming Back - who then went on to Double A-Side Umbrella with their release of The Heart Never Lies. Umbrella was also covered on McFLY's Greatest Hits So Far Tour in 2007.  Reported coincidence with weather "Rihanna Curse" The song's reign at #1 in the United Kingdom and Ireland occurred as the region was hit by extreme rainfall and flooding, which led The Sun to jokingly suggest the two events were related, with the media referring to it as the "Rihanna Curse". Interestingly, the precise day the song was knocked from the #1 position by Timbaland, the weather seemed to improve. A similar situation occurred in New Zealand, where the song hit #1 in the early winter of 2007 as the country was experiencing some of the worst storms in its history. In Greece, "Umbrella" was released at a time when people were suffering through a summer of several major heatwaves topping 47C/117F and the worst forest fires in modern history, killing 60 people. When the song peaked at #4 in the Greek singles chart in October 2007, the country experienced significant rainfall. Spain also experienced one of its wettest summers in decades, and the coldest August since the beginning of the 20th century during "Umbrella"'s chart run. It should also be noted that the video for Umbrella was shot on Friday the 13th of April, adding further coincidence of the curse.  Charts Chart (2007) Peak position Australian ARIA Singles 1 Austrian Singles Chart 1 Belgian Ultratop 50 Chart 1 Canadian Hot 100 1 Danish Top 20 1 Finnish Singles Top 20 1 French Top 100 6 German Singles Chart 1 Irish Singles Chart 1 Italian Singles Chart 1 Israeli Singles Chart 1 Italian Singles Chart 1 New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart 1 Norwegian Singles Chart 1 Polish National Top 50 1 Portugal Singles Chart 1 Romanian Top 100 1 Spanish Singles Chart 1 Swedish Singles Chart 1 Swiss Chart 1 Turkish Top 20 Chart 1 UK Singles Chart 1 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 1 U.S. Billboard Pop 100 1 U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 1 U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 1 Preceded by "Baby's Coming Back/Transylvania" by McFly UK Singles Chart number-one single May 20, 2007 - July 28, 2007 Succeeded by "The Way I Are" by Timbaland feauturing Keri Hilson and D.O.E. Preceded by "Don't Matter" by Akon Irish Singles Chart number-one single May 24, 2007 - July 12, 2007 Succeeded by "Big Girls Don't Cry" by Fergie Preceded by "Girlfriend" by Avril Lavigne Australian ARIA Singles Chart number-one single June 4, 2007 - July 9, 2007 Preceded by "Give It to Me" by Timbaland featuring Nelly Furtado & Justin Timberlake "Katharsis" by Doda Poland Singles Chart number-one single July 8, 2007 - August 5, 2007 August 12, 2007 August 26, 2007 - September 16, 2007 Succeeded by "Katharsis" by Doda "A Gdy Jest Już Ciemno" by Feel Preceded by "Because of You" by Ne-Yo New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart number-one single June 4, 2007 - July 9, 2007 Succeeded by "Bartender" by T-Pain featuring Akon Preceded by "Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')" by T-Pain featuring Yung Joc Billboard Hot 100 number-one single June 9, 2007 - July 21, 2007 Succeeded by "Hey There Delilah" by Plain White T's Preceded by "Makes Me Wonder" by Maroon 5 Billboard Pop 100 number one single June 9, 2007 - July 21, 2007 Succeeded by "Big Girls Don't Cry" by Fergie Preceded by "Beautiful Liar" by Beyoncé and Shakira Billboard Eurochart Hot 100 number-one single June 15, 2007 - August 23, 2007 Succeeded by "The Way I Are" by Timbaland feauturing Keri Hilson and D.O.E. Preceded by "Survivalism" by Nine Inch Nails (on the Canadian Singles Chart) Canadian Hot 100 number-one single (chart’s first number-one single) June 16, 2007 - July 7, 2007 Succeeded by "Big Girls Don't Cry" by Fergie Preceded by "All Good Things (Come to an End)" by Nelly Furtado Hot
Dance Club Play number-one single July 7, 2007 - July 14, 2007 Succeeded by "My Destiny" by Kim English Preceded by "The World is Mine" by David Guetta featuring J.D. Davis Billboard Hot Dance Airplay number-one single June 23, 2007-August 4, 2007 Succeeded by "Makes Me Wonder" by Maroon5 Preceded by "Say it Right" by Nelly Furtado Spain Los 40 number-one song (first run) September 22, 2007 - October 13, 2007 Succeeded by "Monsoon" by Tokio Hotel Preceded by "Nada Que Perder" by Conchita Spain Los 40 number-one song (second run) November 10, 2007 Succeeded by "Me Enamora" by Juanes Preceded by "Me Enamora" by Juanes Argentina Top 40 number-one single November 30, 2007 - December 7, 2007 Preceded by "Grace Kelly" by Mika Norwegian VG-lista number-one single June 6, 2007 - July 4, 2007 Succeeded by "Push Push" by Kurt Nilsen Preceded by "Push Push" by Kurt Nilsen Norwegian VG-lista number-one single (second run) July 11, 2007 - August 8, 2007 Succeeded by "Fuck Deg" by Sichelle (Skip)  References ^ The 10 best songs of 2007 (December 23, 2007). "The 10 best songs of 2007" Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2007-12-28 ^ No byline (December 11, 2007). "The 100 Best Songs of 2007" Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2007-12-21 ^ Jody Rosen (December 25, 2007). "Readers' Poll 2007" Blender. Retrieved 2007-12-28 ^ "Good Girl Gone Bad" album sleeve notes. ^ a b c d e f g h Rodriguez, Jayson ((February 06, 2007)). "Rihanna's 'Umbrella' Was 'The Perfect Storm' That Almost Didn't Happen: Behind The Grammys", MTV News, MTV Networks. Retrieved on 2008-02-11. ^ Rodriguez, Jayson ((October 23, 2007)). "Mary J. Blige Says She's 'Just Fine' With Her New Album, Losing 'Umbrella' To Rihanna", MTV News, MTV Networks. Retrieved on 2008-02-11. ^ "The 10 Best Songs of 2007". Entertainment Weekly (2007-12-28). Retrieved on 2008-07-30. ^ Let'sSingIt.com - March 21, 2007, "Rihanna’s New Single Hits Radio March 28th" ^ Official Website - March 29, 2007, Rihanna Launches New Single "Umbrella" Worldwide ^ Kellman, Andy. "Review: Good Girl Gone Bad". Allmusic. Macrovision Company. Retrieved on 2008-02-13. ^ Billboard 2007 Year In Music ^ Jonathan Cohen. ""Rihanna, Shop Boyz Rocket To The Top Of Hot 100"", Billboard.com. Retrieved on May 31, 2007. ^ Music Week Sales ^  ^ Platinum Awards Content ^ ARIA Charts - End of Year Charts - Top 100 Singles 2006 ^ australian-charts.com - Rihanna feat. Jay-Z - Umbrella ^ a b c Rodriguez, Jayson ((September 05, 2007)). "Rihanna's 'Painful' 'Umbrella' Shoot Kept Her On Her Toes: VMA Lens Recap", MTV News, MTV Networks. Retrieved on 2008-02-11. ^ 2007 VMA | Nominees | View Nominees, Music Videos and Photos Including Video Of The Year, Best New Artist and Best Group ^ http://www.manicstreetpreachers.com/godlikegenius/fans/ ^ NME Big Gig Special Issue, 27/02/2007, p.5 ^ YouTube - Linkin Park (Mike Shinoda) - Umbrella, Live Cover (Official) ^ Underwood and Urban duet on cover of "Umbrella" ^ OneRepublic does Umbrella ^ My Chemical Romance cover - Umbrella ^ Tegan and Sarah does Umbrella ^ http://youtube.com/watch?v=0WWuZRd-O3c Amanda Palmer cover ^ YouTube - Umbrella - children of bodom melbourne 08 ^ Syesha Mercado - Umbrella - Live in Toronto ^ http://www.nme.com/news/ian-brown/38123 ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUU4OeiCXuc YouTube - Clint Michigan - Umbrella Cover ^ Nzherald.co.nz ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Rihanna and Jay-Z - Umbrella global chart positions and trajectories". aCharts.us. Retrieved April 09, 2008. ^ Danish Singles Chart ^ Finnish Singles Chart ^ French Singles Chart ^ Italian Singles Chart ^ Italian Singles Chart ^ Polish National Top 50 ^ Swedish Singles Chart ^ Swiss Singles Chart ^ Turkish Top 20 Chart ^ U.S. Billboard Pop
100 ^ U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play ^ U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs  External links Chris Applebaum (Umbrella’s Director) on MySpace Clint Michigan's cover on YouTube [show]v • d • eRihanna Studio albums Music of the Sun (2005) • A Girl Like Me (2006) • Good Girl Gone Bad (2007) Singles "Pon de Replay" • "If It's Lovin' That You Want" • "SOS" • "Unfaithful" • "We Ride" • "Break It Off" • "Umbrella" • "Shut Up and Drive" • "Hate That I Love You" • "Don't Stop the Music" • "Take a Bow" • "Disturbia" • "Rehab" Guest singles "Roll It" • "If I Never See Your Face Again" • "Just Stand Up!" • "Live Your Life" DVDs Good Girl Gone Bad Live • Barbadian Superstardom Tours "Rock tha Block Tour" • "Good Girl Gone Bad Tour" • "Glow in the Dark Tour" Related articles Discography • Awards • Bring It On: All or Nothing [show]v • d • eJay-Z Studio albums Reasonable Doubt · In My Lifetime, Vol. 1 · Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life · Vol. 3… Life and Times of S. Carter · The Dynasty: Roc La Familia · The Blueprint · The Blueprint²: The Gift & the Curse · The Black Album · Kingdom Come · American Gangster · The Blueprint 3 Compilations Jay-Z: Unplugged · Chapter One: Greatest Hits · The Blueprint 2.1 · Bring It On: The Best of Jay-Z · Greatest Hits Collaborations The Best of Both Worlds · Unfinished Business · Collision Course Singles "In My Lifetime" · "Dead Presidents" · "Ain't No Nigga" · "Can't Knock the Hustle" · "Feelin' It" · "Who You Wit" · "(Always Be My) Sunshine" · "The City Is Mine" · "Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)" · "Jigga What, Jigga Who" · "Money, Cash, Hoes" · "Can I Get A..." · "It's Alright" · "Love for Free" · "Money Ain't a Thang" · "Big Pimpin'" · "Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up)" · "Jigga My Nigga" · "Girl's Best Friend" · "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)" · "Guilty Until Proven Innocent" · "Change the Game" · "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)" · "Girls, Girls, Girls" · "Jigga That Nigga" · "Song Cry" · "People Talking" · "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" · "Excuse Me Miss" · "Change Clothes" · "Dirt Off Your Shoulder" · "Encore" · "What More Can I Say" · "99 Problems" · "Numb/Encore" · "Dirt off Your Shoulder/Lying from You" · "Show Me What You Got" · "Lost One" · "Minority Report"/"Beach Chair" · "Hollywood" · "30 Something" · "Blue Magic" · "Roc Boys (And the Winner Is)..." · "I Know" · "Jockin Jay-Z" · "Swagga Like Us" · Featured singles "I'll Be" · "Money Ain't a Thang" · "Heartbreaker" · "4 Da Fam" · "The Best Of Me (Remix)" · "Fiesta (Remix)" · "Get Down With Me" · "Guess Who's Back" · "What We Do" · "Frontin'" · "Crazy in Love" · "Go Crazy[remix]" · "Get Throwed" · "Déjà Vu" · "Upgrade U" · "Umbrella" · "Mr. Carter" Related articles Discography · Roc-A-Fella Records · Jay-Z vs. Nas feud · Beyoncé Knowles · Def Jam Recordings · Songs Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umbrella_(song)" Categories: 2007 singles | Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles | Billboard Hot Dance Airplay number-one singles | Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one singles | Jay-Z songs | Debut singles | Music videos directed by Chris Applebaum | Number-one singles in Australia | Number-one singles in Austria | Number-one singles in Bulgaria | Number-one singles in Canada | Number-one singles in Chile | Number-one singles in Croatia | Number-one singles in Germany | Number-one singles in Latvia | Number-one singles in Lithuania | Number-one singles in New Zealand | Number-one singles in Norway | Number-one singles in Poland | Number-one singles in Portugal | Number-one singles in Romania | Number-one singles in Switzerland | Number-one singles in Turkey | Number-one singles in the United Kingdom | Rihanna songs
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Sean Kingston, Justin Timberlake, M.I.A'"Paper Planes!" , Timbaland, 50 Cent, P-Diddy, Kanye West. Rihanna, Chris Brown, T.I.-"Big Things Poppin!" , Rihanna- Hate That I Love You (over 29 million views on YouTube)!, Leona Lewis, Soulja Boy, Britney Spears, Alicia Keys, Avril Lavigne, Alicia Keys- No One, Akon, NE-YO, LL Cool J, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Dmx, Jay-z, The Notorious B.I.G, 2PAC, Will Smith, Jonas Brothers, Pink "So What!" , Jordin Sparks feta. Chris Brown- "No Air" Official Music Video-over 33 million views on YouTube!), Lil Jon- get low music movie, Ludacris, Ice Cube, Flo Rida feat. T.Pain Music from the Movie Step Up 2 "Low," Chris Brown*Chris Brown feat. T.Pain- Kiss Kiss (over 51 million views on YouTube)!, Chris Brown-"With You," Chris Brown feat. Lil' Wayne (over 56 million views on YouTube!, Chris Brown "YO," Chris Brown-Run It, Chris Brown- Forever, Wu Tang Clan, The Fugees, Jordin Sparks-Tattoo, Rhianna- Cry, Rihanna- unfaithful, Rhianna- Umbrella (over 43 million views on YouTube/You Tube)!, Ashanti, Fergie Fergalicious, Fergie- Clumsy!, Rhianna- Dont' Stop The Music (over 62 million views on YouTube), Avril Lavign- Girlfriend (over 92 million views on YouTube)!, Clay Aiken, Akon, Christina Aguilera-Hurt, Clay Aiken-On My Way Here, All-American Rejects, All-American Rejects-Move Along, All-American Rejects-It Ends Tonight, Ashley Parker Angel, Michael Jackson ("Thriller"), Backstreet Boys, Augustana, Natasha Bedingfeild, Michael Jackson, Natasha Bedingfield feat. Sean Kingston-Love Like This, Natasha Bedingfield-Pocketful of Sunshine and lots more at 227's YouTube Chili!!! Your source for the world's most watched YouTube Music Videos at Jamaal Al-Din's Hoops 227- the everything basketball website!
Also: Jesse McCartney, Ray J,Usher,Elliott Yamin,Jonas Brothers,Fergie,Taylor Swift, Nelly Furtado, Jennifer Lopez, Flyleaf,Maroon 5,Kanye West,Keyshia Cole, The Pussycat Dolls,Colby O'Donis,Ashanti,R. Kelly,Girlicious, Colbi Calliat, Boy George,Mario,Three Days Grace,Beyonce', Gorillaz,Carrie Underwood,3 Doors Down,Finger Eleven, Ginuwine,Baby Bash,Kid Rock,Joe, Gwen Steffani, Billy Ray Cyrus, Danity Kane, Janel Parrish, Ciara, NLT, Fall Out Boy, Josh Turner, Fantasia and more!