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Crash Your Party
Crash Your Party
Genre Pop
Released October 24, 2011
Recorded September 2011
Length 3:25
Language English
Label Sony Music, Epic
Reviews 7/10
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"Crash Your Party" is the debut single from YouTube-originated duo Karmin. The songs was released on October 24, 2011 and promoted on the radio on October 20, 2011. The song has been described as an "anthem for the people who want that one person in their lives to know that they're not always the center of attention" cited by the lyric "You think you're the star of the show / But I'm about to let you know". The song contains elements from "The Choice is Yours (Revisted)" by Black Sheep.

Background and conception Edit

The single was written by Amy Heidemann, Nick Noonan, Heather Bright, Kelly Sheehan and Andrew Harr and Jermaine Jackson. The single was also produced by The Runners. The song is described as an "anthem for the people who want that one person in their lives to know that they're not always the center of attention as cited by the chorus' lyrics "You think you're the star of the show/But I'm about to let you know". "Crash Your Party" also contains a sample of the song "The Choice Is Yours (Revisited)" (1991) by alternative hip hop duo Black Sheep. It received moderate success, and charted #36 on the Billboard Pop Songs chart. The duo felt it was perfect choice for a first single by how they were introduced to the business through the fans, that they were "crashing the [music] industry's party".

Music videoEdit

The "Crash Your Party" music video was released on December 7, 2012 where it received about eight million views in its first month of release.

Karmin - Crash Your Party (Official)03:27

Karmin - Crash Your Party (Official)

Credits and personnelEdit

  • Vocals: Karmin
  • Songwriting: Amy Heidemann, Nick Noonan, Andrew Harr, Jermaine Jackson, Heather Bright, Kelly Sheehan, Andres Titus, William McLean, John Coltrane, Ridge Morton
  • Production: The Runners

Credits adapted from Hello album liner notes.

Chart performanceEdit

Chart (2011) Peak
position
US Pop Songs (Billboard) 36

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