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Forever (Chris Brown song) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “Forever” Single by Chris Brown from the album Exclusive: The Forever Edition Released April 15, 2008 (2008-04-15) (U.S.) Format CD single, music download Recorded 2008 Village Studios (Los Angeles, California) Genre Dance-pop, electropop Length 4:38 Label Jive, Zomba Writer(s) Chris Brown, J. Jones, B. Kennedy, A. Merritt, Rob Allen Producer Polow da Don Certification Platinum (Media Traffic, ARIA, RIAA, RIANZ) Chris Brown singles chronology "Take You Down" (2008) "Forever" (2008) "Dreamer" (2008) Alternate cover European single cover "Forever" is a song by American R&B singer Chris Brown. Produced by Polow da Don, it is the first single from the repackaged Exclusive: Forever Edition, and is the fifth overall single by Brown from his second studio album Exclusive with backing uncredited vocals from Keri Hilson. Initially created to be used for "Doublemint" gum, "Forever" was a top 10 hit in various countries. Contents [hide] 1 Song information 1.1 Writing and recording 2 Critical reception 3 Music video 4 Chart performance 5 In other media 6 Track listing 6.1 US Promo CD 6.2 UK & Ireland CD single 6.3 Australian CD single 7 Credits and personnel 8 Charts 9 References 10 External links  Song information  Writing and recording The song was penned by Brown and his songwriting team, the Graffiti Artists (besides Chris, Rob Allen and Andre Merritt comprise the crew). "We went into the studio, Polow gave me a beat, and I just started writing. His record is more of a European, techno, house-type feel," Brown recalled. "We wanted to give it that other side of crossover, and go a little bit to that pop realm." "Forever" is actually an extended version of a commercial jingle for Doublemint gum, commissioned by an advertising company working for Wrigley. Brown first created the short version for the commercial, then extended and amended it into a full song during a recording session in February 2008, which was paid for by the gum company. "Forever" is one out of four new songs Brown recorded for the re-release of his second studio album Exclusive. He recorded the song using an autotune effect, as he did in one of his previous singles, Kiss Kiss. Originally, the plan was to follow up his current single, "With You," with the Kanye West-featuring "Down," but the new material won out. Although the label initially was reluctant to release "Forever" as a single, the song was so "potent and strong" that it overruled any hesitations regarding its commercial connections.  Critical reception Bill Lamb of About.com gave the song four and a half stars, and said it as one of Brown's best to date. Billboard stated that the single "is really a love song but bangs with electrified production from Polow Da Don to ignite dancefloors." Alex Fletcher of Digital Spy gave the song two out of five stars, saying "Listening to 'Forever' is a pleasant enough experience, but this track never truly sparks into life or finds its own identity." He went on to say that, "His style is a bit hard to distinguish from Usher, Ne-Yo and the rest of the current crop of American male solo artists."  Music video Chris Brown in the music video for "Forever"The two-days shoot took place in Los Angeles, California, April 4, 2008. It was directed by the acclaimed Joseph Kahn. The video premiered on TRL on April 30, 2008 and on BET's 106 & Park on May 5, 2008. The video reached number one on the MTV Online Chart. The music video starts off with Brown driving into a club (where he chews a fresh stick of Doublemint Gum), and people are seen dancing while Brown starts to sing the first verse. Brown is also seen singing with light effects circling him. During the choruses, Brown and his background dancers start to dance on the empty dance floor. In the second verse, Brown is walking outside the club following his love interest. Later he is seen performing a 540 crescent kick in front of a water fountain. During the bridge, Brown is seen in the top roof with his love interest; the girl falls off the roof and
Brown jumps to catch her. The two land safely, and after the final chorus, Brown drives out of the club. According to the Billboard, the song's video is "digital dream about sharing with one who makes your world stop." The video was popular in American television. The video for "Forever" debuted on BET's 106 & Park at number 10 on July 21, 2008 before finally reach number 2 and has stayed in the countdown for nine days. The video also has reached number 2 on for 8 days MTV TRL, behind Katy Perry's "I Kissed a Girl", and has stayed in the countdown for 29 days. Chris Brown in the commercial video for Wrigley's Doublemint, which used "Forever" as the commercial jingleThe video for "Forever" was also popular enough across Asia, by debuting at number 13 on MTV Asia program, "Chart Attack", which count 20 most popular video in Asia and so far has peaked at number 1 replacing Mariah Carey's "Bye Bye". "Forever" also debuted at number 7 on MTV Hip Hop Countdown; MTV Asian program which count 10 most popular urban video in the region and has reached number 1 for six consecutive weeks. In UK, it has reached number 1 on MTV Base. It also has peaked at number 1 on the MTV Online Chart for several weeks. At the beginning of the video, Brown is seen unwrapping and chewing Doublemint gum then during the chorus he sings "Double your pleasure, Double your fun", part of a former Wrigley's slogan. The video is up for three nominations in the "Best Dancing in a Video", "Best Choreography" and "Video of the Year" categories 2008 MTV Video Music Awards.  Chart performance The neutrality of this article is disputed. Please see the discussion on the talk page. (October 2008) Please do not remove this message until the dispute is resolved. The song debuted at number six on the Billboard Hot Digital Songs on May 10, 2008, selling 113,072 digital downloads on its first week. Due to its high digital sales, "Forever" debuted at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100, making it the highest debut of that week along with Jesse McCartney's "Leavin'" which debuted at number fourteen; it became Brown's ninth top ten single. The song also debuted at number nine on the Canadian Hot 100 based only on digital sales and has peaked there for 3 non-consecutive weeks, before finally jumped into number two. So far, it has sold 1,761,238 in digital sales in the US alone and has peaked at number two on Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks behind "I Kissed a Girl" by Katy Perry and Rihanna's "Disturbia". It has been certified Platinum by the RIAA. It also has stayed in the top ten for amazing 15 weeks so far. "Forever" began receiving airplay on pop and rhythmic radio stations across the U.S. while urban radio stations still playing his previous single, "Take You Down". The song has finally been added to Urban radio stations in the week of July 7, 2008 and made a debut at number ninety-five on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, peaking at number seventy-two. "Forever" debuted at number sixty-three on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay, and is currently sitting at number-one on the Hot 100 Airplay for three weeks so far. So far "Forever" has entered various Billboard Charts including number one the Hot 100 Airplay, Pop 100, Pop 100 Airplay, Hot 100,Rhythmic Top 40 and Mainstream Top 40, and the top ten on the Hot 100, Hot Digital Songs, Hot Digital Tracks, Hot RingMasters, iLike Libraries: Most Added and iLike Profiles: Most Added. "Forever" also became a hit across Oceania. "Forever" debuted at number-forty on the New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart, and in its second week ascended to number-five before reaching its peak at number-one, due to high digital sales. "Forever" has officially become Brown's eighth top ten hit in the country. It currently sits at number-one on the official RIANZ Singles Chart for eight weeks so far, keeping Rihanna's "Take a Bow" from taking the top spot for five weeks. It became his fifth number one single in New Zealand, after "Run It!", "Kiss Kiss", "With You" and "No Air". It has been certified Platinum by RIANZ for sales in excess of 15,000. "Forever" debuted at number twenty-nine on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, and the following week rose to number-sixteen following its physical release. "Forever" has since peaked at number seven. "Forever" has not only become the third consecutive top ten hit from Exclusive, but has also surpassed the success of "Kiss Kiss" to become the
album's second most successful single. The song also become very successful across Europe. In the UK, the song charted on June 1, 2008 at #17 on downloads alone. The following week it moved up to #11, and a week later, to #8 (still on downloads alone). "Forever" was physically released on June 16, 2008 and on the chart dated June 29, 2008 reached its peak position at #4, becoming Chris Brown's second highest charting solo single in the UK, behind Run It (#2). It has so far sold 179,625 copies and has stayed in the top ten for 6 weeks so far, becoming his third highest-selling single there after "With You" (209,900 copies) and "No Air" (262,305 copies). In Ireland, "Forever" debuted at number nine, and the two weeks later peaked at number six. In the next week, for the issue dated 22 June, "Forever" knocked Rihanna's 'Take A Bow' off the top spot on the Irish Singles Chart, becoming his first number one single in that country, and stayed at number one for two non-consecutive weeks. The song also has reached number 12 on Eurochart Hot 100, becoming his third highest-charting single there. So far, "Forever" has reached number one in Ireland, Brazil and New Zealand, and the top ten in Australia, Canada, Cyprus, Latvia, Malta, Republic of Turkey, USA and UK.  In other media On July 16, 2008, Comfort Fedoke & Stephen "Twitch" Boss from the US television reality program and dance competition So You Think You Can Dance, danced to "Forever" as the part of the competition, although Fedoke was in the bottom four of that night. Because of the performance, "Forever" climbed back both in US and Canadian iTunes Top 100 Songs, peaking at number three and number two.  Track listing  US Promo CD "Forever" (Main) - 4:40 "Forever" (Instrumental) - 4:40  UK & Ireland CD single "Forever" (Main) "Forever" (23 Deluxe Remix)  Australian CD single "Forever" (Main) "Forever" (23 Deluxe Remix) "Forever" (Cahill Club Mix) "Forever" (Bobby Bass & J Remy Club Mix) "Forever" (video)  Credits and personnel Vocals: Chris Brown, Keri Hilson (background) Writers: C. Brown, J. Jones, B. Kennedy, R. Allen, A. Merritt Producers: Polow da Don for Zone 4 Inc. Recording: Jason Scweitzer at Village Studios, Los Angeles, CA & Doug Fenske for Real Records, LLC at Westlake Audio, Los Angeles, CA Mixing: Phil Tan for Riotproof Productions at Soapbox Studios, Atlanta, GA Assistant: Josh Houghkir Mastered by: Chris Athens at Sterling Sound, New York, New York  Charts Chart (2008) Peak position Austrian Singles Chart 34 Australian Singles Chart  7 Belgium Singles Top 50 47 Canadian Hot 100 2 Denmark Singles Top 40 20 Dutch Top 40 24 Eurochart Hot 100 12 Israeli Singles Chart 14 German Singles Chart 20 Irish Singles Chart 1 Japan Hot 100 88 México Top 100 Singles Chart 82 New Zealand Singles Chart 1 Portugal Singles Top 50 22 Swedish Singles Chart 17 Swiss Singles Chart 22 Turkish Billboard Top 20 4 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 2 U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 66 U.S. Billboard Pop 100 1 UK Singles Chart 4 Preceded by "Love in This Club" by Usher featuring Young Jeezy New Zealand RIANZ number-one single May 12, 2008-June 30, 2008 Succeeded by "Always On My Mind" by Tiki Taane Preceded by "Take a Bow" by Rihanna Irish Singles Chart number-one single (first run) June 19, 2008 Succeeded by "On Wings" by Leanne Moore Preceded by "On Wings" by Leanne Moore Irish Singles Chart number-one single (second run) July 3, 2008 Succeeded by "All I Ever Wanted" by Basshunter Preceded by "I Kissed a Girl" by Katy Perry Billboard Pop 100 number-one single (first run) August 23, 2008 - August 30, 2008 (first run) Succeeded by "Disturbia" by Rihanna Preceded by "Disturbia" by Rihanna Billboard Pop 100 number-one single (second run) September 13, 2008 (second run) Succeeded by "Disturbia" by Rihanna  References ^ Shaheem Reid, Jasmine Dotiwala (March 25, 2008). Chris Brown readies deluxe Edition Of Exclusive MTV. Accessed March 25, 2008. ^ a b c Ethan Smith, Julie Jargon (July 28, 2008). Chew on This: Hit Song Is a Gum Jingle. The Wall Street Journal. Accessed July 29, 2008. ^ The Gerbil’s Revenge: Musical Events: The New Yorker
Accessed July 23, 2008 ^ Grammy After Party 08 Accessed July 11, 2008 ^ Chris Brown - "Forever" About.com. Accessed June 19, 2008. ^ a b Menachem, Michael. Single Reviews: Forever. Billboard. Retrieved August 13, 2008. ^ Fletcher, Alex (2008-06-16). "Chris Brown: 'Forever'". Digital Spy. Retrieved on 2008-11-14. ^ MTV Base MTV UK. Accessed May 11, 2008. ^ MTV Hip Hop Countdown Chart MTV Asia. Accessed July 3, 2008. ^ MTV Base MTV UK. Accessed April 17, 2008. ^ a b c d e f g h Chris Brown - Forever aCharts aCharts. Accessed August 1, 2008. ^ ARIA ChartsARIA Charts. Accessed August 1, 2008. ^ a b c d e f ARtist Chart History: Chris Brown. Billboard.com. Accessed October 9, 2008. ^ Israel Singles Chart ^ Mexico Top 100 Singles Chart - Week 39 - 6th October 2008 ^ New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart. Accessed August 1, 2008. ^ Swedish Singles Chart Sverigetopplistan. Accessed August 1, 2008. ^ swisscharts.com - Chris Brown "Forever". ^ Billboard Türkiye Top 20 Billboard Türkiye Top 20. Accessed August 1, 2008.  External links Chris Brown - "Forever" music video [hide]v • d • eChris Brown Albums Chris Brown · Exclusive DVDs Chris Brown's Journey · BET Presents: Chris Brown Singles "Run It!" · "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)" · "Gimme That" · "Say Goodbye" · "Poppin'" · "Wall to Wall" · "Kiss Kiss" · "With You" · "This Christmas" · "Take You Down" · "Forever" · "Dreamer" · "Superhuman" Featured singles "Shortie Like Mine" · "No Air" · "Shawty Get Loose" · "Get Like Me" · "What Them Girls Like" · "Make the World Go Round" · "Freeze" Filmography Stomp the Yard · This Christmas · Phenom Tours Up Close and Personal Tour · The Beyoncé Experience · The UCP Holiday Exclusive Tour Related articles Discography · Awards and nominations Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forever_(Chris_Brown_song)" Categories: 2008 singles | 2008 songs | Chris Brown songs | Music videos | Music videos directed by Joseph Kahn | Number-one singles in Ireland | Number-one singles in New Zealand | Songs produced by Polow da Don
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