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Live Your Life From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “Live Your Life” Single by T.I. featuring Rihanna from the album Paper Trail Released September 10, 2008 (U.S.) Format Digital download Genre Hip hop Length 4:05 (Radio Edit) 5:38 (Album Version) Label Def Jam, Atlantic, Grand Hustle Producer Just Blaze & Canei T.I. singles chronology "Swagga Like Us" (2008) "Live Your Life" (2008) "Just Like Me" (2008) Rihanna singles chronology "Disturbia" (2008) "Live Your Life" (2008) "Rehab" (2008) "Live Your Life" is a song by American rapper T.I. off his sixth album Paper Trail. The song features Barbadian pop singer Rihanna and was produced by Just Blaze and Canei Finch. It was released as the second single from the album. It officially premiered at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards during T.I.'s performance. This is T.I's third Billboard Hot 100 number one single in the United States (after "My Love" with Justin Timberlake and his previous single "Whatever You Like") and Rihanna's fifth on the same chart (after "SOS", "Umbrella", "Take a Bow" and "Disturbia"). The song contains a sample of O-Zone's Dragostea din Tei. On October 15, 2008, the song was added to BBC Radio 1's B List and has since been moved to the A List.  In the United Kingdom it was released as a Digital Download on November 8 and is due for physical release on November 24, it has reached #2 on downloads alone, becoming T.I.'s first top five hit in the UK and Rihanna's ninth top five hit in that country. Contents [hide] 1 Release 2 Reception 3 Formats and track listing 4 Chart performance 5 Music video 6 Remixes 7 Charts 7.1 Chart procession and succession 8 References  Release The first version of the song leaked onto the Internet on August 26, earlier than the award performance, although that version was not the mastered version. The official mastered radio version, which has Rihanna's own verse, and T.I.'s dedication to soldiers on the Iraqi battlefield (on the first part, he told "Ay... This a special what's haapnin' to all my, all my soldiers over there in Iraq. Errbody right here, what you need to do is be thankful for the life you got you know what I'm sayin'? Stop lookin' at what you ain't got, start and and be thankful for what you do got. Let's get it to 'em baby girl") has already been released as a promotional digital download for radio stations. The radio edit clocks out at 4:05, the album version is the same as above except Rihanna's verse is longer, the chorus is extended and the sample is used at the end, the album version clocks out at 5:39. The song contains a rendition of the O-Zone song "Dragostea Din Tei," mostly known in the United States for the Numa Numa Internet fad, but a number one single throughout Europe. However, the opening in the song has changed to "Ma Ya Hi, Ma Ya Ha, Ma Ya Hoo, Ma Ya Ha Ha", due to licensing issues or a misconception.  Reception Wellheart Music Journal called the song "a step up" from "Whatever You Like" stating that it has lyrics "with depth."  Formats and track listing Promo CD single "Live Your Life" (Clean) (Featuring Rihanna) - 4:05 "Live Your Life" (Instrumental) - 5:45 "Live Your Life" (Explicit Radio Edit) (Featuring Rihanna) - 4:02 "Live Your Life" (Explicit Album Version) (Featuring Rihanna) - 5:38 U.K. CD single "Live Your Life" (Radio Edit) (Featuring Rihanna) - 4:02  Chart performance "Live Your Life" debuted at #80 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart solely on airplay for the chart week of October 10, 2008. The following week, the song made history and broke several records when it skyrocketed from 80-1 on the Hot 100, setting the record for the highest jump to number one, a record previously set by T.I. himself only six weeks prior when his song "Whatever You Like" jumped 71-1 on the chart.  However, this record was broken the following week by Britney Spears and her song Womanizer jumping from 96-1 on the Hot 100.
"Live Your Life" also replaced "Whatever You Like" at number one on the Hot 100, making T.I. the ninth artist to ever replace themselves at number one on the chart, and the first time since Usher did it in 2004.  "Whatever You Like" also occupied the number two position on the Hot 100 that week, making it the first time an artist has held the number one and number two positions simultaneously since Akon in 2006. In addition, the song broke the record for second highest first week digital sales ever, behind of Flo Rida's "Low", shifting 334,000 digital downloads to debut at number one on the Hot Digital Songs chart.  "Live Your Life" also gives Rihanna her fifth Hot 100 number one, therefore making her the only female with the most number ones of the decade, breaking her tie with Beyonce and Mariah Carey. It is T.I.'s second Hot 100 number one as a lead artist, and his third overall. On the issue dated November 15, "Live your Life" again jumped to the number one spot this time again overthrowing T.I.'s massive hit "Whatever You Like" from the top spot again. He is the only artist to replace himself twice on the Hot 100 with the same song. The song originally debuted at #7 on Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles before entering Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs as the week's "Hot Shot" at number 77 and rising the following week up to number 38, an impressive 39-place jump, so far reaching the top ten at #7. It has also made a "Hot Shot Debut" at #20 on the Canadian Hot 100 chart on the issue of October 11, and jumped to #5 the following week, making it his biggest hit there. The song debuted at #3 on the Irish Singles Chart, giving T.I. his highest charting single there, and Rihanna her tenth top ten there. However, in the week ending November 6, "Live Your Life" disappeared on the Irish Top 50, but re-entered at #9.. In the U.S. "Live Your Life" made a "hot shot debut" at #3 on the Pop 100 chart. T.I currently has two top ten hits on the RIANZ singles chart, with 'Live Your Life' at #7 and 'Whatever You Like' at #1. On the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, the song debuted in its first week at number 48, jumped up to 25, and now this week the song has jumped up to number 10. It debuted on the ARIA Australian Physical Singles Chart at number 10 on 17th of November 2008 and has peaked so far at number 11 on the Aria Digital Singles Chart. In the UK, the song entered at #16 on the UK iTunes chart. Within hours of being available, it has reached #1. The Single debuted at 39 on the official UK Singles Chart and has so far peaked at number 2 (on downloads alone) this makes it his first top 5 hit in the UK.  Music video To comply with Wikipedia's quality standards, this section may need to be rewritten. Please help improve this article. The discussion page may contain suggestions. The video was premiered on October 28, 2008 on BET. The video is a mini-movie starring T.I and Rihanna. The music video uses the radio edit of the extended song. In the opening scene T.I is walking and he says "Life is an interesting journey; you never know where it’ll take you. Peaks and valleys, twists and turns, you can get the surprise of your life. Sometimes on the way to where you going you might think, this is the worst time in my life. But you know what, at the end of the road through all the adversity, if you can get where you wanted to be, you remember whatever don’t kill you make you stronger, and all of the adversity was worth it. On your way to the top you’ll do anything. But how do you get your life back when you get there…yeah…that’s my dilemma." The song then starts and goes from a series of underground shots and Rihanna in her dressing room. T.I. goes back to walking and is showed with blood all over his face and other various cuts. He gets thrown out of the car and kicked by a fairly large man. He arrives at a drug-deal with about four dealers. He then proceeds as usual before he lands a punch on one of the dealers. He is then beaten up by the rest of the dealers. The video then takes its turn with going from T.I. singing in a recording studio to him and in front of a house playing dice and dominoes with some of his buddies. A quick shot of the bathroom appears with T.I. looking at his briefcase of money that he is preparing. The rest of the video takes turns going from the bar where T.I. refuses a deal and Rihanna singing on stage. The end of the video shows T.I. saying he wants out of the deal and he is seen walking into the bar with a cd in his hand. This is a flashback, referring, apparently, to the original deal that T.I. wanted to get out of. The last shot of the video is T.I. walking down the L.A. sewers, raising his hands triumphantly in the air. The music video has been posted on Myspace Tv. The video currently stands at number 1 on a fair amount of iTunes video charts. This video is currently #2 on BET's 106 & Park countdown.  Remixes Chamillionaire has released a freestyle for Mixtape Messiah 5 entitled "Texas 4 Life".  Charts Chart (2008) Peak
position Australian ARIA Singles Chart 10 Canadian Hot 100 5 Czech IFPI Radio Top 100 44 Irish Singles Chart 3 Japan Hot 100 55 New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart 5 Norwegian Singles Chart 15 Swedish Singles Chart 6 Swiss Singles Chart 34 Turkey Top 20 Chart 10 UK Singles Chart 2 UK Download Chart 1 UK 1Xtra Chart 1 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 1 U.S. Billboard Pop 100 3 U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 2 U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks 1  Chart procession and succession Preceded by "Whatever You Like" by T.I. U.S. Billboard Hot 100 number-one single (first run) October 18, 2008 Succeeded by "Womanizer" by Britney Spears U.S. Billboard Hot 100 number-one single (second run) November 15, 2008 Succeeded by Incumbent  References ^ Jamie Foxx f/ T.I. 'Just Like Me' ^ BBC Radio 1 playlist ^ Wellheart music journal review of Live Your Life ^ T.I. breaks his own record atop Billboard Hot 100. Chartbeat on Billboard.com ^ T.I. replaces himself atop the Billboard Hot 100 ^ T.I. Breaks Own Record With Hot 100 ^ Rihanna's fifth Billboard Hot 100 ^ IRMA Top 50 Singles ^ Top 50 Singles Chart - Australian Recording Industry Association. ARIA. Accessed October 19, 2008. ^ Live Your Life - T.I.IFPI. Accessed October 16, 2008 ^ Japan Hot 100 Singles Billboard. Retrieved on October 16, 2008 ^ Live Your Life - Norwegian Chartnorwegiancharts.com. Accessed October 21, 2008 ^ Switzerland Singles Chart Accessed October 15, 2008 ^ Turkey Top 20 Chart Retrieved on 2008-10-26 ^ UK Singles ^ UK Downloads ^ UK 1Xtra ^ T.I. Live Your LifeBillboard. Accessed September 21 [show]v • d • eT.I. Studio albums I'm Serious · Trap Muzik · Urban Legend · King · T.I. vs. T.I.P. · Paper Trail Compilation albums T.I. Presents the P$C: 25 to Life · Leak · Down With the King · Grand Hustle Presents: In da Streetz Volume 4 · Me Against the World Singles "I'm Serious" · "24's" · "Be Easy" · "Rubberband Man" · "Let's Get Away" · "Bring Em Out" · "U Don't Know Me" · "ASAP" · "Motivation" · "Ride Wit Me" · "Front Back" · "What You Know" · "Why You Wanna" · "Live in the Sky" · "Top Back" (remix) · "Big Things Poppin' (Do It)" · "You Know What It Is" · "Touchdown" · "Hurt" · "No Matter What" · "Whatever You Like" · "Swing Ya Rag" · "What Up, What's Haapnin'" · "Swagga Like Us" · "Live Your Life" · "On Top of the World" Guest singles "Never Scared" · "Soldier" · "Round Here" · "The One" · "3 Kings" · "Touch" · "Drive Slow (remix)" · "Shoulder Lean" · "My Love" · "Pac's Life" · "Make It Rain (remix)" · We Fly High (remix)" · "Tell 'Em What They Wanna Hear" · "I'm a Flirt" (remix) · "We Takin' Over" · "Whatever U Like" · "That's Right" · "5000 Ones" · "For a Minute" · "I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time" · "Uh, Huh" · "Ain't I" · "Hi Hater (remix)" · "Wish You Would" · "Just Like Me" · "Turnin' Me On" Related articles Discography · Filmography · Awards · Grand Hustle Records [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 "Good Girl Gone Bad Tour" • "Glow in the Dark Tour" Related articles Discography • Awards Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_Your_Life" Categories: 2008 singles | Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles | Rihanna songs | T.I. songs
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