Lights On (Wiley song)

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"Lights On"
Single by Wiley featuring Angel and Tinchy Stryder
from the album The Ascent
Released 7 June 2013
Format Digital download
Genre Grime, dance
Length 3:25
Label Warner Music
Writer(s) Richard Cowie, Sirach Charles, Kwasi Danquah
Producer(s) Parallelm, Angel
Wiley singles chronology
"They Got It Wrong"
(2013)
"Lights On"
(2013)
"Flying"
(2013)
Angel singles chronology
"The World"
(2013)
"Lights On"
(2013)
Tinchy Stryder singles chronology
"Help Me"
(2012)
"Lights On"
(2013)

"Lights On" is a single from British grime artist Wiley, featuring vocals from British singer/songwriter, rapper and record producer Angel and Ghanaian-British musician Tinchy Stryder. It was released as the fourth single from his eighth studio album The Ascent on 7 June 2013 for digital download in the United Kingdom. The song was written by Richard Cowie, Sirach Charles, Kwasi Danquah and produced by Parallel and Angel.

Music video[edit]

A music video to accompany the release of "Lights On" was first released onto YouTube on 30 April 2013 at a total length of three minutes and fifty-three seconds. The video was directed by Rohan Blair Mangat.[1]

Track listings[edit]

Digital download
No. Title Length
1. "Lights On" (feat. Angel & Tinchy Stryder) (Radio Mix) 3:34
2. "Lights On" (feat. Angel & Tinchy Stryder) 3:25
3. "Lights On" (feat. Angel & Tinchy Stryder) (Benga I'm Just Tryna Live Mix) 4:04
4. "Lights On" (feat. Angel & Tinchy Stryder) (Bot Remix) 3:35
5. "Lights On" (feat. Angel & Tinchy Stryder) (Sticky Remix) 5:04
6. "Lights On" (feat. Angel & Tinchy Stryder) (Nucleus Brown Remix) 5:02

Credits and personnel[edit]

Chart performance[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (2013) Peak
position
Ireland (IRMA)[2] 47
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[3] 8
UK Dance (Official Charts Company)[4] 3
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[5] 9

Release history[edit]

Country Date Format Label
United Kingdom 7 June 2013[6] Digital download Warner Music

References[edit]