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227's YouTube "Chili"-Battlefield (Jordin Sparks song) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search "Battlefield" Single by Jordin Sparks from the album Battlefield Released May 12, 2009 (See Release History) Format Radio, digital download, CD Recorded 2009 Genre R&B, Pop Rock Length 4:01 Label Jive (See Release History) Writer(s) The Runawayas (Wayne Wilkins, Louis Biancaniello, Sam Watters), Ryan Tedder Producer Ryan Tedder  Jordin Sparks singles chronology "One Step at a Time" (2008) "Battlefield" (2009) Music video "Battlefield" at YouTube "Battlefield" is a song from American R&B/pop singer-songwriter Jordin Sparks. It serves as the lead single from Sparks' second studio album, Battlefield, which is due July 21, 2009. The single was added to US iTunes on May 12, and was first performed live on American Idol on May 13, 2009. It is scheduled for a full world-wide release in June. Contents [hide] 1 Background 2 Performances 3 Formats and track listings 4 Critical reception 5 Music video 6 Charts and sales 7 Release history 8 References  Background In an interview and press release for the album, Sparks commented: “ It kinda came up by fluke. I was in the studio working on another song with Wayne Wilkins, one of the writers of 'Battlefield', and he said to me, 'I have a song I wanna play you but I don't know if I should'. I was like, 'Go for it - the worst that could happen is I don't like it'. He played the song and honestly my jaw hit the floor. I didn't wanna ask him on the spot if I could have the song, so I went to my A&R and said, 'This song's so phenomenal, you have to ask him if it's available'. About a week later I got a call saying I was going to record it.  ” "What grabbed me at first actually was the fact it was so big. The melody starts off very soft but then it gets massive and kinda angsty. I've had lots of friends who've gone through 'Battlefield' situations in their relationships, so when I was singing the song I put myself in their position and tried to imagine what they were going through." — Jordin Sparks  The mid-tempo R&B  ballad was written and produced by The Runaways (Wayne Wilkins, Louis Biancaniello YouTube-Jordin Sparks - Battlefield
and Sam Watters) and OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder. The song was released to the US iTunes Store on May 12, 2009. The media monitoring organization Media Base reported that "Battlefield" was the number one added and requested single on US radio during its first week of release.  Performances Sparks appeared on American Idol's Top 3 Result Show on May 13, 2009 to perform a shortened version of "Battlefield" with Ryan Tedder. On May 24, 2009 Jordin headed to Europe with her brother, PJ, to begin promotion for the single. She is currently performing the song with the Jonas Brothers during her appearances as a special guest on their tour. Kevin is among the guitar players, Nick plays the drums, and Joe sings alongside Jordin during the "Battlefield" performance.  Formats and track listings Digital download "Battlefield" — 4:01 European & UK CD single  "Battlefield" — 4:01 "Battlefield" (Bimbo Jones Radio Edit) — 4:08 UK Download single "Battlefield" "Battlefield" (Jason Nevins Radio Mix) "Battlefield" (Bimbo Jones Club Edit)  Critical reception Popjustice: "To start with you think 'this isn't up to much' then by the end of it you think 'this is going to be Number One for precisely 2.5 months'. There is a brilliant middle eight where everything falls out and it's just Jordin bellowing "like a battlefield! Like a battlefield!" and then it all crashes back in and then it all falls out again and then it all goes back in again and it's all jolly good." New York Post said "the single is simply pure pop magic." Digital Spy said "Battlefield" is "co-written and produced by OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder, the man behind 'Bleeding Love' and 'Halo'. It does bear a passing resemblance to the latter, but it's more bombastic, more overblown and, well, just plain better. Tedder lavishes 'Battlefield' with ear-bashing drums, lashings of guitar, piano straight off an old Bonnie Tyler record, chanty backing vocals and if you listen carefully, an electro effect that sounds a bit like Sonar. To say his production job's bombastic is like calling Lady GaGa a bit of a show off. Fortunately, the song has the killer pop hooks to carry it off and Jordin Sparks is enough of a singer to rise above the rumpus. It's essentially a classic soft rock ballad pumped full of steroids and given a gleaming noughties makeover. Oh, and when Sparks sang it on American Idol, she did so in true soft rock fashion - surrounded by industrial quantities of dry ice. Number one surely beckons." The result? A strong contender for single of the year." Female First said "So in truth, I have heard of Jordin Sparks, and loved her, but never put two and two together to realise how bloody epic she was! But now, I promise you, I’ll never leave her again, as her latest single, Battlefield is, to say the least, incredible. You know when you hear a song once and think, 'Oh my god, this is amazing?' well, Battlefield is one of those songs. From the build-up of the verses to the epic chorus that is just made to be sung in arenas all over the world; the greatness of this song can really not be summed up in words." About.com rated the song 4½ stars stating the song "will sound great on pop radio and could easily be remixed into a smash for dance clubs. This may indeed be the sound of summer 2009." MTV's Buzzworthy stated that "Battlefield" is "one of the most dangerously powerful pop tracks and videos to hit us in a minute" and that it is "the type of song that takes Jordin out of the juniors department and into the diva leagues." Chris Williams of Billboard states "After scoring four top 20 hits from her debut album and proving her radio appeal beyond the "American Idol" franchise, Jordin Sparks returns with the first single and title track to her sophomore album, due July 21. Enlisting pop's newest go-to writer/producer Ryan Tedder ("Bleeding Love", "Halo"), Sparks makes her voice the perfect companion to his majestic pop productions. Big, crashing percussion; wall-of-sound layered vocals; and Sparks' cutting power pipes blast this song into the radio stratosphere. With lyrics aimed at motivating lovers to fight to the end for what they've got, it's clear from the first listen that Sparks is armed for victory at the top of the charts."  Music video Philip Andelman was booked to shoot the music video in Los Angeles before the single was perfomed live on American Idol. Andelman has shot videos for the likes of Beyoncé Knowles, Jesse McCartney and Jonas Brothers. The video began production on May 13 and shooting was completed by May 14, 2009. Entertainment Tonight got a behind the scenes of "Battlefield" and also had a short interview with her about American Idol season 8 finalists. The video premiered on MTV June 8, 2009. And MTV played it on heavy rotation all day for the remainder of the day every hour. In the video, Sparks sports a few different looks — in a 1971 De Tomaso Pantera wearing a black dress, lying out in a field in a white dress — but it's when she steps out of the car that we see her turn up the attitude in the aforementioned black gown. The song is about a tumultuous relationship where neither side wants to compromise. She sings, "I never meant to start a war/ You know, I never wanna hurt you/ Don't even know what we're fighting for/ Why does love always feel like a battlefield, a battlefield, a battlefield." There are several times in the video — especially by the time night falls and the song's bridge comes in — where Sparks, flanked by fireworks and smoke, warns her love interest to get his armor. And, it seems like she's using the video as a way to step out of her shell a little — perhaps she's out to show the world that she isn't all that sweet and can "start a war" in a relationship with the best of them.  Charts and sales Chart (2009) Peak position Sales Australian ARIA Singles Chart 11 Canadian Hot 100 25 Eurochart Hot 100 Singles 39 Irish Singles Chart 9 New Zealand Singles Chart 5 UK Singles Chart 11 88,007 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 30 339,000 U.S. Billboard Pop 100 28 a U.S. Billboard Mainstream Top 40 16 Notes *a The single peaked at number 28 on the Billboard Pop 100, however, it did not progress further because the chart was de-activated in June 2009. It was replaced by the Mainstream Top 40.  Release history The song was released on May 25, 2009 to mainstream, CHR/Top 40, and on June 8, 2009 to Hot AC. Country Release date Format Label North America May 12, 2009 Digital download Jive, Zomba Australia May 18, 2009 Europe  RCA, Zomba, Sony Music North America May 25, 2009 Airplay Jive, Zomba Europe  RCA, Zomba, Sony Music Germany July 3, 2009  CD single Zomba, Sony Music United Kingdom July 6, 2009  RCA, Sony Music  References ^ Battlefield: Rap-Up confirm Producer ^ http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/a157414/jordin-sparks.html ^ http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/a157414/jordin-sparks.html ^ http://www.popjustice.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3620&Itemid=206 ^ http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=314964330&s=143441 ^ Media Base Name "Battlefield" as number one added single ^ http://myidol.americanidol.com/americanidolnow/blog/2009/04/24/jordin_sparks_sophmore_record_details ^ Twitter: Jordin Heads to Europe 1 ^ Twitter: Jordin Heads to Europe 2 ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8F3GmGYEMoI ^ http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/a163083/b-side-jordin-sparks-hits-the-dancefloor.html ^ http://www.popjustice.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3620&Itemid=206 ^ http://blogs.nypost.com/popwrap/archives/2...attlefield.html ^ Digi previews Jordin Sparks: battlefield ^ Digi reviews JS's Battlefield ^ Single Review: Jordin Sparks-"Battlefield" ^ http://top40.about.com/od/singles/gr/jordinbattlefield.htm ^ Buzzworthy ^ Jordin Sparks - Battlefield ^ Philip Andelman Previous Production Work ^ Official Confirmation of "Battlefield" music video ^ Jordin Sparks uses Twitter to confirm Video's production ^ Entertainment Tonight: JS interview ^ JIVE Records: Tweet about Battlefield ^ http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1613369/20090605/jordin_sparks.jhtml ^ "Australia Singes Top 50". Australian Recording Industry Association. acharts.com. July 13, 2009. http://acharts.us/australia_singles_top_50/2009/29. Retrieved on 2009-07-12. ^ a b c d Acharts reveal chart postions ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/charts/chart_display.jsp?g=Singles&f=European+Hot+100+Singles ^ Billboard confirms chart positions ^ "Season 8 compilation tops this week's American Idol albums". http://blogs.usatoday.com/idolchatter/2009/07/season-8-compilation-tops-this-weeks-american-idol-albums.html#more. ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/esearch/chart_display.jsp?cfi=396&cfgn=Singles&cfn=Pop+100&ci=3109289&cdi=10228598&cid=06%2F27%2F2009 ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/charts/chart_display.jsp?f=Mainstream+Top+40&pageNumber=Top+11-20&g=Singles ^ FMQB: Reveal Radio Releases ^ AllAccess: Confirm Chart Positions ^ Battlefield from uk iTunes ^ European Release Confirmed by iTunes ^ http://www.amazon.de/Battlefield-Track-Maxi-Jordin-Sparks/dp/B002BW3QCY/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1244644782&sr=1-3 ^ http://www.radio1.gr/music/forthcoming_uk_singles.htm [hide]v • d • eJordin Sparks Studio albums Jordin Sparks · Battlefield EPs Jordin Sparks Singles "This Is My Now" · "Tattoo" · "No Air" · "One Step at a Time" · "Battlefield" Tours "American Idols LIVE! Tour 2007" · "As I Am Tour" · "Jesse & Jordin LIVE Tour" · "Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009" Related articles Discography · American Idol (season 6) Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battlefield_(Jordin_Sparks_song)" Categories: 2009 singles | 2009 songs | Jordin Sparks songs
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?227's YouTube "Chili" features these exciting YouTube music and entertainment celebrities...click onto to these 227 YouTube "Chili" links, channels and articles for the most watched YouTube hip-hop music videos in the world!
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