Digital Girl

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"Digital Girl (Remix)"
Single by Jamie Foxx featuring Drake, Kanye West and The-Dream
from the album Intuition
Released July 6, 2009
Format Digital download, CD
Recorded 2008 (Original Album Version)
2009 (Remix featuring Drake)
Genre Synthpop, R&B, Hip hop
Length 4:47 (album version w/o Drake)
4:38 (single version)
4:04 (radio edit)
4:24 (video version)
Label J Records
Writer(s) Eric Bishop, Aubrey Graham, Kanye West, Terius Nash, Christopher Stewart
Producer(s) Tricky Stewart, The-Dream
Jamie Foxx singles chronology
"I Don't Need It"
(2009)
"Digital Girl"
(2009)
"Speak French"
(2009)
Drake singles chronology
"The One"
(2009)
"Digital Girl"
(2009)
"Money To Blow"
(2009)
Kanye West singles chronology
"Supernova"
(2009)
"Digital Girl"
(2009)
"Run This Town"
(2009)
The-Dream singles chronology
"Throw It in the Bag"
(2009)
"Digital Girl"
(2009)
"Sweat It Out"
(2009)

"Digital Girl" is a song performed by Jamie Foxx, along with Kanye West and The-Dream, who also produces the song alongside Tricky Stewart. The song is the fourth track on Foxx's third studio album, Intuition, and will serve as the fourth single on the album according to Jamie Foxx on a MTV News interview. He also included that the single version would include the Young Money Entertainment consociate Drake, a version that was performed on the 10th episode of The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien.

Remix[edit]

The single version with Kanye West, The-Dream, & Drake is the official remix of the original version, it was released on June 25, 2009, recently after the death of Michael Jackson, Jamie Foxx reworks the remix with a new beat, a new verse (from Jamie only) and a new bridge from The-Dream as a tribute and is called, "Digital Girl" (MJ Remix) or "Digital Girl" (West Coast Remix), it was released on July 17, 2009. The original remix released as a digital download on August 4, 2009.

Music video[edit]

The official music video for Digital Girl (Remix) world premiered on August 20, 2009.[1] On the video version of the song, after the 2nd chorus, the song goes to the instrumental of the MJ Remix of the song for The-Dream's verse (the bridge of the original remix) and Kanye West's verse and continues until the end of the video.

The music video was directed by Hype Williams and is similar to Lloyd's "Girls Around the World" music video, which was also directed by Williams.[citation needed]

It ranked at #47 on BET's Notarized: Top 100 Videos of 2009 countdown.

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 92
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 38[2]

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