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Love Lockdown From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search “Love Lockdown” Single by Kanye West from the album 808s & Heartbreak Released September 18, 2008 Format Digital download, radio airplay Recorded 2008 Glenwood Studios, Burbank, CA and Avex Recording Studio, Honolulu, HI Genre Pop, R&B, electronica Length 4:30 (album version) 4:15 (radio edit) Label Roc-A-Fella Records Universal Music Australia Writer(s) Kanye West, Jeffrey Bahsker, Jenny-Bea Englishman, Malik Yusef, Jan Menzies Producer Kanye West, Jeff Bhasker Certification Gold (RIANZ) 2x Platinum (RIAA) Kanye West singles chronology "Go Hard" (2008) "Love Lockdown" (2008) "Heartless" (2008) "Love Lockdown" is a pop/R&B song written and produced by American hip hop artist Kanye West for his fourth studio album, 808s & Heartbreak. West premiered the song at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards and released it as the album's lead single on September 18, 2008. Despite being a drastic departure from his previous work, the song was well received by critics, and was frequently cited as a highlight of the album. Time magazine critic Josh Tyrangiel named "Love Lockdown" the best song of 2008. The single was also successful commercially, as it managed to debut at number three on the charts and went on to sell over 2.5 Million on iTunes.
1 Background 2 Music and structure 3 Chart performance 4 Music video 5 Track listing 6 Remixes 7 Personnel 8 Charts positions 8.1 Chart procession and succession 9 Uses in television/radio/popular culture 10 References 11 External links  Background Kanye West first debuted "Love Lockdown" on September 7, 2008 as the closing performance of the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards. On September 18, he released it as the lead single of 808s & Heartbreak. After announcing it as the album's first single, West posted free copies of the song on blog for fans to download. A week later, he also posted six downloadable stems, each featuring isolated song portions of "Love Lockdown," on his blog, with the intention of enabling fans to freely remix the song for themselves. These portions include an a capella, distorted background vocals, 808, percussion, piano, and the outro synth-beat. The song is featured in the first episode edition of Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned on the in-game contemporary hip-hop radio station, The Beat 102.7 hosted by DJ Green Lantern.
Music and structure Inspired by '80s synth-pop icons such as Phil Collins, Gary Numan, and Boy George, "Love Lovedown," and 808s as a whole, is composed as a brooding, electronic-tinged pop song sung by West using the auto-tune effect and produced with the Roland TR-808 drum machine. The song is composed in the key of C# minor, written in common time and moves at 120 beats per minute. West's monotone vocal range for the song spans nearly two octaves, from G3 to G5. It is written in a verse-chorus form that expresses quiet-loud dynamics, featuring verses delivered in a low, somber tone before shifting into loud, chanting choruses. Going further against the typical sound of hip hop beat, along with the 808, the track instead makes use of tribal drums for its instrumentation. West stated his intention was to juxtapose the mechanical sounds of the auto-tune and 808s with the more traditional sounds of taiko drums and choir monks. The song is minimal in nature, retaining a steady bassline before building into more layered sounds within the chorus.  Chart performance In the United States, Billboard confirmed that "Love Lockdown" sold 213,000 digital downloads in only four full days of release, therefore earning itself the title of a "Hot Shot Debut" at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and a "Hot Shot Debut" on the Pop 100 at number thirteen, where it eventually reached the eighth spot in early January. It is the highest debut of West's career, and was the second highest debut on the Hot 100 of 2008, tied with David Cook's "The Time of My Life." "Love Lockdown" is also only the tenth song of the millennium to debut in the top three, and only the second by an artist unaffiliated with American Idol. The single also made a "Hot Shot Debut" at number five on the Canadian Hot 100. In Europe, "Love Lockdown" peaked at number one the UK Singles Chart and at number four on the Irish Singles Chart. It also debuted at thirty-eight in Italy and thirty-nine in Sweden. In Australia, the song debuted in its first week at thirty-seven on the ARIA Charts and peaked at number eighteen. In New Zealand, it has peaked at the eleventh spot on the RIANZ chart. On the German Singles Chart, "Love Lockdown" debuted at number eight, giving West his first top ten and highest charting single in Germany to date.  Music video The music video for "Love Lockdown" was directed Simon Henwood and premiered on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday, October 7, 2008. On BET J, the video appeared at #32 on the Last Call 2008! Top 50 Countdown. It was filmed in West's apartment and features Kanye in an all white room, also dressed in white singing the verses of the song. West claims he drew inspiration from Christian Bale's portrayal of Patrick Bateman in Mary Harron's 2000 film adaptation of the novel American Psycho, a homage that is echoed in the presentation of the video's interiors, which mirror Bateman's New York City apartment in the film. During the song's choruses, African tribe members appear, beating on djembe drums to the rhythm of song. More and more tribal members are shown with each chorus, and near the end, two very tall female figures covered with body paint decorated with abstract tattoo patterns reminiscent of the Nazca Lines appear. Interspersed throughout the video are visuals of what appears to be a spacecraft. Due to the use of the spaceship, it is possible that the two larger, more colorful, figures are meant to represent extraterrestrials. The video ends with Kanye curling into fetal position on the couch in the white room in a manner similar to the final shots of Requiem for a Dream.  Track listing UK CD Single "Love Lockdown" - 4:30 EU 4-Track CD single "Love Lockdown" - 4:30 "Flashing Lights" (Album Version) - 3:57 "Stronger" (A-Trak Remix) - 4:38 "Love Lockdown" (video) UK 12" Picture Disc "Love Lockdown" - 4:30 CD Single Remixes "Love Lockdown" (Aerotronic Remix) - 4:12 "Love Lockdown" (Chew Fu Small Room Fix) - 4:43 "Love Lockdown" (Flufftronix Edit) - 5:04 "Love Lockdown" (Instrumental) - 4:11 "Love Lockdown" (Jake Troth Remix) - 2:46 "Love Lockdown" (Main) - 4:31 "Love Lockdown" (Radio Edit) - 4:15  Remixes Tonedeff released a remix titled "Warden", produced by Chew Fu. DJ Earworm released a remix/mashup titled Reckoner Lockdown that also incorporates stems from Radiohead's Reckoner. Kanye West posted a remix of Love Lockdown featuring R.Kelly on his official blog. (November 7, 2008) Fall Out Boy vocalist Patrick Stump recorded a version of "Love Lockdown"; unlike Kanye's version autotune was not used. White Lies recorded a cover of "Love Lockdown" in a Live Lounge session for Jo Whiley's BBC Radio 1 show on January 14, 2009. The band plans to release the cover as a b-side to their single "Fairwell To The Fairground." Tiesto posted a remix of Love Lockdown on 23 January 2009 Trey Songz has a freestyle using "Love Lockdown"'s beat. Solange Knowles has performed a snippet of the song at recent live performances. Mark Holiday posted his remix on December 2008 on his official myspace under his stage name "Trendsetter". LMFAO released a remix Royce Da 5'9' has a remix called Shot Down. positron has released a reproduction of Love Lockdown. Apathy has a remix of his own called "Love Locked Ap"  Personnel Information taken from 808s & Heartbreak liner notes. Songwriters: Kanye West, Jeff Bahsker, Jenny-Bea Englishman, Malik Yusef, Jan Menzies Producers: Kanye West and Jeff Bhasker Keyboards: Jeff Bhasker Drums/Percussion: Gibi, Zé Bruno, Lula Almeida and Rodney Dassis  Charts positions Chart (2008) Peak position Australian Singles Chart 18 Belgian Singles Chart (Flanders) 13 Canadian Hot 100 5 Dutch Top 40 13 German Singles Chart 7 Irish Singles Chart 4 Italian Singles Chart 38 Latvian Singles Chart 1 New Zealand Singles Chart 11 Portuguese Singles Chart 50 Swedish Singles Chart 11 UK Singles Chart 8 UK R&B Chart 1 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 3 U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 26 U.S. Billboard Pop 100 8  Chart procession and succession Preceded by "Miss Independent" by Ne-Yo UK R&B Chart number-one single November 1, 2009 Succeeded by "If I Were A Boy" by Beyonce  Uses in television/radio/popular culture British teen drama Skins featured a portion of the song in Episode 4 of Series 3, "Pandora", first aired on 12th February 2009. In the computer game Grand Theft Auto IV: Lost & Damned, the song is featured on the in-game car radio station "The Beat 102.7".  References ^ Time, December 22, 2008, pages 47-8. ^ West, Kanye (2008-12-3). "Kanye West: Blog". Kanye West/Mascotte Holdings. http://www.kanyeuniversecity.com/blog/?em3106=215401_-1__0_~0_-1_12_2008_0_0&em3298=&em3282=&em3281=&em3161=. Retrieved on 2008-12-3. ^ Kreps, Daniel (2008-9-25). "Kanye West Lets Fans Remix "Love Lockdown" For Free". Rolling Stone. http://www.rollingstone.com/rockdaily/index.php/2008/09/25/kanye-west-lets-fans-remix-love-lockdown-for-free/. Retrieved on 2008-9-25. ^ West, Kanye (2008-9-25). "LOVE LOCK DOWN STEMS!!!". Kanye West/Mascotte Holdings. http://www.kanyeuniversecity.com/blog/?em3106=207109_-1__0_~0_-1_9_2008_0_0&em3281=&em3161=. Retrieved on 2008-9-25. ^ a b "MTV News RAW: Kanye West". MTV. http://www.mtv.com/videos/news/320022/im-just-getting-more-polished.jhtml#id=1599789. Retrieved on 2008-11-23. ^ Shaheem, Reid (2008-10-15). "Kanye West's 808s & Heartbreak Album Preview: More Drums, More Singing, 'No Typical Hip-Hop Beats'". MTV. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1597139/20081015/west_kanye.jhtml. Retrieved on 2008-11-02. ^ "Video: Kanye West Visits Conan O’Brien". Rap Up. http://www.rap-up.com/2008/11/26/video-kanye-west-visits-conan-obrien/. Retrieved on 2008-11-26. ^ Bonson, Fred (2008-9-25). "Chart Beat". Nielsen Business Media, Inc.. http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/chart_beat/bonus_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003855128&inp=true. Retrieved on 2008-9-25. ^ [vnu_content_id=1003854860] ^ DeGeneres, Ellen (2008-10-7). "Kanye West's World Premiere Video!". WAD Productions. http://ellen.warnerbros.com/2008/10/kanye_wests_world_premiere_vid.php. Retrieved on 2008-10-7. ^ World Entertainment News Network (2008-10-8). "Kanye West Inspired By Christian Bale's 'American Psycho'". Starpulse.com. http://www.starpulse.com/news/index.php/2008/10/08/kanye_west_inspired_by_christian_bale_s_. Retrieved on 2008-10-8. ^ (October 13, 2008). Tondeff Explains Kanye West Edit, 2009 For QN5 ^ (October 7, 2008). DJ Earworm posted to own site. ^ (December 7, 2008) http://www.myspace.com/markholiday Trendsetter aka Mark Holiday official myspace] ^ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Positron_(band) ^ (2008) Album notes for 808s & Heartbreak by Kanye West. Roc-A-Fella Records (0-06025-1791919-8). ^ Top 50 Singles Chart - Australian Recording Industry Association ^ http://acharts.us/belgium_singles_top_50 ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/esearch/searchResult.jsp?configType=BBCOM_SIMPLEDEFAULT&pubList=Billboard&an=bbcom&action=Submit&kw=&exposeNavigation=true&keyword=love+lockdown+Canadian+Hot+100&searchType=ARTICLE_SEARCH ^ http://acharts.us/song/37872 ^ Süddeutsche Zeitung: Farin Urlaub stürmt auf Platz zwei der Charts, retrieved 2008-11-11. ^ a b c d e f aCharts.us - Kanye West "Love Lockdown" ^ http://www.europeanhitradio.com/topi ^ http://www.rianz.org.nz/rianz/chart.asp ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/esearch/searchResult.jsp?configType=BBCOM_SIMPLEDEFAULT&pubList=Billboard&an=bbcom&action=Submit&kw=&exposeNavigation=true&keyword=Love+Lockdown+Hot+R%26B%2FHip-Hop+Songs&searchType=ARTICLE_SEARCH ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/esearch/searchResult.jsp?configType=BBCOM_SIMPLEDEFAULT&pubList=Billboard&an=bbcom&action=Submit&kw=&exposeNavigation=true&keyword=love+lockdown+pop+100&searchType=ARTICLE_SEARCH ^ http://www.e4.com/skins/music/series3-episode4.html Music Guide, Series 3, episode 4; E4.com  External links "Love Lockdown" Music video at YouTube [hide]v • d • eKanye West Albums The College Dropout · Late Registration · Graduation · 808s & Heartbreak Singles "Through the Wire" · "All Falls Down" · "Jesus Walks" · "The New Workout Plan" · "Diamonds from Sierra Leone" · "Gold Digger" · "Heard 'Em Say" · "Touch the Sky" · "Drive Slow" · "Classic (Better Than I've Ever Been)" · "Can't Tell Me Nothing" · "Stronger" · "Good Life" · "Flashing Lights" · "Homecoming" · "Love Lockdown" · "Heartless" · "Amazing" · "Paranoid" Featured singles "Slow Jamz" · "This Way" · "Down & Out" · "Talk About Our Love" · "The Food" · "Selfish" · "I Changed My Mind" · "The Corner" · "Go!" · "Number One" · "Extravaganza" · "Grammy Family" · "Number One" · "Wouldn't Get Far" · "I Still Love H.E.R." · "Pro Nails" · "Finer Things" · "American Boy" · "Put On" · "Everybody" · "Everyone Nose (All the Girls Standing in the Line for the Bathroom) (Remix)" · "Stay Up! (Viagra)" · "Swagga Like Us" · "Plastic" · "Go Hard" · "Knock You Down" · "Walkin' On the Moon" Other songs "Champion" · "Good Morning" · "See You in My Nightmares" · "Welcome to Heartbreak" DVDs The College Dropout Video Anthology · Late Orchestration Headlining Tours Touch the Sky Tour · Glow in the Dark Tour Related articles Discography · Production discography · Awards and nominations · GOOD Music · Child Rebel Soldier · Past Tell Clothing · Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Lockdown" Categories: 2008 singles | Kanye West songs | Songs produced by Kanye West
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