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227's YouTube "Chili"-Rihanna ft. Ne-Yo - "Hate That I Love You" (NBA Mix) - Hate That I Love You From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search "Hate That I Love You" Single by Rihanna featuring Ne-Yo from the album Good Girl Gone Bad B-side "Odio Quererte Asi" (feat. David Bisbal) Released August 21, 2007 (U.S.) November 12, 2007 (UK) November 16, 2007 (Germany) January 7, 2008 (France) February 29, 2008 (Europe) April 16, 2008 (Italy) Format CD, digital download Recorded 2006 Genre Pop, R&B Length 3:39 (Album Version) 3:41 (w/David Bisbal) 3:44 (w/Hins Cheung) Label Def Jam Writer(s) S. Smith, M. S. Eriksen, T. E. Hermansen Producer Stargate Certification Platinum (RIAA) Rihanna singles chronology "Shut Up and Drive" (2007) "Hate That I Love You" (2007) "Don't Stop the Music" (2007) Ne-Yo singles chronology "Can We Chill" (2007) "Hate That I Love You" (2007) "Go On Girl" (2007) Good Girl Gone Bad track listing "Shut Up and Drive" (5) "Hate That I Love You" (6) "Say It" (7) Alternate covers "Como Odio Amarte" (Spanish Version) featuring David Bisbal "Hate That I Love You" is a song by pop singer Rihanna, released as a third single from her third studio album, Good Girl Gone Bad. It features R&B-pop singer Ne-Yo, who had worked with Rihanna previously, contributing to her 2006 hit "Unfaithful". The song was produced by Stargate, who also produced Rihanna's 2006 song "Unfaithful" and "Sexy Love" by Ne-Yo. It is noted, along with another Stargate production on the album, for having a similar structure and melody to their other works. The song was nominated for Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals at the 50th Grammy Awards. Contents [hide] 1 Writing and music structure 2 Reception 3 Chart performance 4 Music video 5 Different versions 6 Track listing 7 Chart 8 Certifications 9 References  Writing and music structure "Hate That I Love You" is a duet by Rihanna and American singer-songwriter Ne-Yo, who also wrote the album's title track. In an interview, Rihanna said "That song
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[Hate That I Love You], when it first starts off, you think it's a sexy song, but you have to listen to the lyrics. It's a really deep song." "Hate That I Love You" is a moderate groove song set in the key of A♭. It is set in common time. The song highlights a strummed guitar which is mostly set in a suspended chord, and features a sing-along chorus.  Reception MSN remarked "Hate That I Love You" for being "nowhere near as poppy" compared to the song's predecessor Umbrella, "but is a classy R&B song with a strong melody," with "[good] vocal performances from the pair and lyrics which tell a familiar tale in a refreshingly uncliched manner." Stylus Magazine was unimpressed with the song quoting the song's structure as a mix of Ne-Yo and Stargate's previous works saying, "Here you’ve got the 'Sexy Love' drums, the 'Irreplaceable' strum, and a bit of the synth and chorus melody from 'So Sick'... is hardly the new twist all these old bits need to sound fresh," rating the song two stars out of ten. Digital Spy called the song a "folky, midtempo R&B mushfest."  Chart performance "Hate That I Love You" debuted at number twenty-four on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles on August 30, 2007, subsequently debuting at number eighty-five on the Billboard Pop 100 and at number six on the Billboard Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles, all on the same day. The song debuted at number ninety-eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and has so far peaked at number seven after spending five weeks locked at number nine, becoming her sixth top ten single in the United States and her first since "Umbrella". It rose to number twelve on the
Billboard Pop 100 in the same week. Downloads to date on Billboard's Digital Download charts stand at 1.04 million. It also became a Top 20 hit in Canada, it peaked at number 17 on the Canadian Hot 100. In the UK, the single peaked at number fifteen upon its physical release. In Australia, "Hate that I Love You" debuted at number forty-eight on the Australian ARIA singles chart, and descended to number forty-nine the following week. However in its third week, the song ascended to number eighteen, jumping thirty-one spots to become one of the biggest jumps in ARIA charts history. It eventually peaked at number 14 on the Australian charts. In Spain, the Spanish version featuring David Bisbal debuted at number five in the digital track chart, and it peaked at number three for three consecutive weeks.  Music video Rihanna in the music video for "Hate That I Love You".Rihanna, with director Anthony Mandler shot the music video for "Hate That I Love You"
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in Los Angeles on August 13, 2007. The video was premiered on her official website on September 24, 2007. The video also debuted on TRL on October 1, 2007 for a First Look and debuted at number nine the next day for the first time. The video features Rihanna and Ne-Yo singing in two different locations as if they are missing each other but at the end its shown that both of them were only star-crossed but were singing for their own lovers, not about each other. It only had been on TRL for twelve days and has been number one twice. The video peaked at number two on its ninth day, on BET's 106 & Park. It was her most successful video on 106 & Park, until Take a Bow became her first song to reach the number one position. The video for "Hate That I Love You" featuring David Bisbal is the same as the original video, but with David's scenes edited in the original video and Ne-Yo's parts removed. As of March 20, 2009 the video has been seen in Youtube more than 40 million times.  Different versions A new version of the song, titled "Cómo Odio Amarte", leaked online on December 2, 2007. Spanish singer David Bisbal sings Ne-Yo's part in Spanish, however, Rihanna's parts are still in English, so David's vocals are just edited in the original version of the song, and Ne-Yo's vocals are removed. This version is included in a bonus disc on Bisbal's Premonición DVD as well as on the re-release of Good Girl Gone Bad. Rihanna and David Bisbal sang “Hate That I Love You” on July 8, 2008 at Operación Triunfo (a reality-show talent contest) in Spain. Two more versions of the song have been released on the Asian edition of Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded. Hong Kong singer Hins Cheung (Cheung King Hin), sings Ne-Yo's part in Cantonese & Mandarin, with Rihanna's part remaining the same English lyrics in both versions.  Track listing US Promo CD single (DEFR16755-2) "Hate That I Love You" (Radio) "Hate That I Love You" (Instrumental) German Maxi CD single (602517537866) "Hate That I Love You" "Hate That I Love You" (K-Klassic Remix) "Hate That I Love You" (Instrumental) "Hate That I Love You" (Video) EU CD single (602517513693) "Hate That I Love You" "Hate That I Love You" (K-Klassic Remix)  Chart Chart (2007/2008) Peak position Australian ARIA Singles Chart 14 Austrian Singles Chart 14 Belgian Singles Chart 23 Canadian Hot 100 17 Danish Singles Chart 30 Dutch Singles Chart 7 French Singles Chart 16 German Singles Chart 11 Irish Singles Chart 13 Italian Singles Chart 61 New Zealand Singles Charts 6 Romanian Singles Chart 11 Spanish Singles Chart 3 Swedish Singles Chart 10 Swiss Singles Chart 13 UK Singles Chart 15 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 7 U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 20 U.S. Billboard Pop 100 7  Certifications Country Certification Sales Spain 3x Platinum 120,000+  References ^ Rihanna ^ Reid, Shaheem ((May 2, 2007)). "Rihanna Loses Good Girl Image, Thanks To Jay-Z, Justin, Timbaland, Ne-Yo". Mtv.com (MTV Networks and TM MTV Networks). http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1558496/20070501/rihanna.jhtml. Retrieved 2007-12-27. ^ a b "Rihanna Digital Sheet Music: Hate That I Love You". Musicnotes. Hal Leonard Corporation. http://www.musicnotes.com/sheetmusic/scorch.asp?ppn=SC0042010. Retrieved 2007-12-27. ^ Lamb, Bill. "Rihanna featuring Ne-Yo - Hate That I Love You". About.com. About, Inc.. http://top40.about.com/od/singles/gr/hatethatlove.htm. Retrieved 2007-12-29. ^ "Rihanna: "Hate That I Love You"". MSN UK. Microsoft. November 12, 2007. http://news.entertainment.msn.co.uk/20071207_charts_1003850.htm. Retrieved 2007-12-28. ^ Shipley, Al (August 29, 2007). "Rihanna ft. Ne-Yo - Hate That I Love You". Stylusmagazine.com. http://www.stylusmagazine.com/jukebox/?p=829. Retrieved 2007-12-29. ^ Digital Spy Music Review: 'Hate That I Love You' ^ "Hate That I Love You" Debut Position on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles. Billboard. Retrieved August 30, 2007. ^ "Hate That I Love You" Debut Position on the Billboard Pop 100. Billboard. Retrieved August 30, 2007. ^ "Hate That I Love You" Debut Position on the Billboard Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles. Billboard. Retrieved September 6, 2007. ^ "Hate That I Love You" Debut Position on the Billboard Hot 100. Billboard. Retrieved September 6, 2007. ^ "Hate That I Love You" Current Peak Position on the Billboard Pop 100. Billboard. Retrieved September 6, 2007. ^ Sitio web de Operación Triunfo ^ http://eil.com/shop/moreinfo.asp?catalogid=436949 ^ http://www.discogs.com/release/1260317 ^ http://www.discogs.com/release/1330972 ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n ""Hate That I Love You" at αCharts.us". αCharts.us. http://acharts.us/song/27807. Retrieved 2008-03-03. ^ dutchcharts.nl - Rihanna feat. Ne-Yo - Hate That I Love You ^ "Official Italian Singles Chart". FIMI.it. http://www.fimi.it. Retrieved 2008-05-05. ^ "Romanian Top 100" Please see "Issue 21" of the year 2008 ^ http://www.promusicae.es/listasanuales/canciones/Top%2050%20CANCIONES%20%20ANUAL%202008.pdf [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 "If I Never See Your Face Again" • "Just Stand Up!" • "Live Your Life" • "Run This Town" DVDs Good Girl Gone Bad Live • Barbadian Superstardom Tours Good Girl Gone Bad Tour • Glow in the Dark Tour Related articles Discography • Awards and nominations [show]v • d • eNe-Yo Albums In My Own Words · Because of You · Year of the Gentleman Singles "Stay" · "So Sick" · "When You're Mad" · "Sexy Love" · "Because of You" · "Do You" · "Can We Chill" · "Go On Girl" · "Closer" · "Miss Independent" · "Mad" · "Part of the List" Featured singles "Back Like That" · "Sexual Healing" · "Make Me Better" · "Hate That I Love You" · "Bust It Baby Pt. 2" · "Finer Things" · "Single" · "Camera Phone" · "She Got Her Own" · "By My Side" · "Knock You Down" · "Be On You" Related articles Discography · Awards and nominations Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hate_That_I_Love_You" Categories: 2007 singles | Music videos directed by Anthony Mandler | Ne-Yo songs | Pop ballads | Rihanna songs | Songs produced by Stargate | Vocal duets | Rhythm and blues ballads
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