Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)

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"Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)"
Single by Cobra Starship featuring William Beckett, Travie McCoy and Maja Ivarsson
from the album Snakes on a Plane: The Album and While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets
Released August 2006
Genre Pop punk, alternative rock, electrorock, rap rock
Length 3:19
Label New Line, Decaydance, Fueled by Ramen
Writer(s) Gabe Saporta, Travie McCoy, Sam Hollander, Dave Katz
Producer(s) S*A*M and Sluggo
Cobra Starship singles chronology
"Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)"
(2006)
"The Church of Hot Addiction"
(2006)
William Beckett singles chronology
"Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)"
(2006)
Travie McCoy singles chronology
"Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)"
(2006)
"Daylight"
(2008)
Maja Ivarsson singles chronology
"Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)"
(2006)

"Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)", is the debut single of dance-rock band Cobra Starship from the soundtrack album Snakes on a Plane: The Album. The song features William Beckett of The Academy Is..., Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes, and Maja Ivarsson of The Sounds.

Music video[edit]

The video shows McCoy, Ivarsson, Saporta and Beckett walking through Honolulu International Airport, acting as if they were villains hired by Eddie Kim (the human antagonist of Snakes on a Plane) sneaking snakes on board in their suitcase and guitar case. They are able to pass through security when Ivarsson distracts the airport worker by taking off her jacket. Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy makes a cameo appearance at the 1 minute and 46 seconds mark, talking on a payphone nervously as the band members pass ominously. Samuel L. Jackson (who plays Nevile Flynn, the main protagonist of the movie) also makes a cameo appearance, lowering his shades and eyeing the band members as they pass, unaware of the true contents inside their cases before returning to his 100 Bullets comic. He is also seen wearing the unofficial Snakes on a Plane t-shirt designed by webcomic artist Jeffrey Rowland (with snakes flying a plane). The video ends with a sign for South Pacific Airlines Flight 121 as the band boards the plane, the same flight as in the film. The video was filmed in Burbank, California.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
U.S. Alternative Songs (Billboard)[1] 32

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