One More Chance (will.i.am song)


One More Chance (will.i.am song)
"One More Chance"
Single by will.i.am
from the album Songs About Girls
Released August 4, 2008 (2008-08-04) [1][2]
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2006/2007
Genre Electro hop, R&B
Length 4:24Album version
3:51 (Radio edit)
Label will.i.am Music Group, A&M
Writer(s) will.i.am
Fernando Garibay
Producer Fernando Garibay
will.i.am singles chronology
"In the Ayer"
(2008)
"One More Chance"
(2008)
"What's Your Name"
(2008)

"One More Chance" is a hip-hop song by American rapper will.i.am, released as the third European single from his third solo album, Songs About Girls. It was slated to be the second single, but it's release was cancelled in favor of the radio-only single, "The Donque Song" with Snoop Dogg. However, initially the song was released as an airplay on many European radio on October, 2007, and subsequently, it was released to US Radio. The song was co-written by Fernando Garibay, and was released in the UK on 25 August 2008.[1] It was believed that Nicole Scherzinger (of the group the Pussycat Dolls) was originally featured on the track. In the first verse, will.i.am raps "You want a good nigga to stickwitu" (in reference to the Pussycat Dolls song "Stickwitu"), and also, a female voice can be heard in the background throughout the track (especially towards the end) singing the melody, sounding very much like Nicole Scherzinger. But it has been proved that it isn't her, it is Katerina Graham.

Contents

Music video

The video for "One More Chance" premiered on Bubble Hits on 31 July 2008. It features will.i.am walking through a town manipulating the scenery around him with his hands to win his ex's favour and give him "one more chance"[3].


Soundtracks

"The Donque Song" (Snoop Dogg Remix) appears in the 2008 comedy Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay.

Tracklisting

Pre-Release Single
  1. "One More Chance" (Radio Edit)
  2. "One More Chance" (Dave Aude Remix)
  3. "One More Chance" (Instrumental)
UK CD Single[2]
  1. "One More Chance"
  2. "The Donque Song" (Snoop Dogg Remix)

Chart positions

On August 31, 2008, the song entered the UK Singles Chart at #97.

Top (2007) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart [4] 97

References


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