Melanie Fiona discography

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Melanie Fiona discography

Melanie Fiona in 2011
Releases
Studio albums 2
Singles 9
Featured artist 2

The discography of Canadian R&B recording artist Melanie Fiona comprises two studio album and nine singles.

Fiona's debut album The Bridge was released in 2009; she collaborated with Future Cut, Vada Nobles, Stereotypes, J. Phoenix and Peter Wade Keusch. The debut single "Give It to Me Right" was sent to radio stations on February 28, 2009, and peaked at number 20 on the Canadian Hot 100 chart and number 41 on the UK Singles Chart. The second single, "It Kills Me", became her breakout song on the Billboard Hot 100, where it entered the Top 50, along with topping the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The song earned Fiona a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. The Bridge also earned her a NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding New Artist. In 2012, Fiona won two Grammy Awards for Best Traditional R&B Performance for the song "Fool for You" with Cee Lo Green.

In 2011, Hallim began recording her second studio album. The lead single was entitled "Gone and Never Coming Back". The single peaked at 37 on the US R&B chart, becoming her second highest peaking song on the R&B chart so far. Later that year, Fiona released her second single, "4 AM"; it was sent to urban stations on August 30, 2011. "4 AM" peaked on the US R&B chart at #8; the song was about a lover who had gone out and was cheating on her. She released her second studio album The MF Life on March 20, 2012.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
CAN US US R&B
[1]
GER SWI UK
The Bridge 25 27 4 35 3 98
  • RIAA: Gold
  • SWI: Gold[2]
  • US: 450,000[3]
The MF Life[4]
  • Release date: March 20, 2012
  • Label: Title 9, SRC, Universal Republic
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
64 7 1 23 32
  • US: 320,000[5]

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN AUT GER ITA SWE SWI US US
R&B
UK
"Sad Songs"[A] 2009 The Bridge
"Give It to Me Right" 20 54 31 9 5 57 41
"It Kills Me" 43 1
"Bang Bang"
"Monday Morning" 3 46 11 1
  • SWI: Platinum[7]
"Ay Yo" 2010 62 71
"Priceless" 94
"Gone and Never Coming Back" 2011 37 The MF Life
"4 AM" 81 8
"This Time"
(featuring J. Cole)
2012 89
"Wrong Side of a Love Song" 87[9]
Cold Piece 2013 Free Love
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Notes
"La Vie En Rose (Martini Rosato)" 2009 Recorded specially for Martini commercial.

As featured artist[edit]

Year Song Peak chart positions[10][11] Album
CAN AUT GER ITA SWE SWI US US
R&B
UK
2010 "Wake Up Everybody"
(The Roots & John Legend feat. Melanie Fiona)
Wake Up!
2011 "Let It Rain"
(Tinchy Stryder feat. Melanie Fiona)
14 Third Strike
"Fool for You"
(Cee Lo Green feat. Melanie Fiona)
102 13 The Lady Killer
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.
Notes
  • A ^ "Sad Songs" was released in the UK only as a digital EP before the release of "Give It To Me Right". The three-song EP also contained the reggae-tinged songs "Somebody Come Get Me" and "Island Boy", both produced by Supa Dups.[12]


Guest appearances[edit]

List of songs with guest appearances by Melanie Fiona
Title Year Album Artist
"No Games" 2009 N/A Serani
"Past Present Future" Survival Skills KRS-One, Buckshot
"Nuvole Rosa" Combo Giuliano Palma
"Beautiful Bliss" Attention Deficit Wale
"Elle parle le turututu" 2010 Des rois, des pions et des fous: Evolution Stress
"Here Than Gone" What Doesn't Kill Me... Young Sid
"All We Need" IAMJRDN JRDN
"No Cigarette Smoke (In My Room)" 2011 Revelation Pt. 1 – The Root of Life Stephen Marley
"Love Is Love" The Interlude II The Kid Daytona
"Turn You On" Echo Boom Cris Cab
"If I Fall" 2012 Live from the Underground Big K.R.I.T.
"Ready Set Go"[13] 2013 Prisoner of Conscious Talib Kweli
"Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing" Ain't No Mountain High Enough:Tribute to Hittsville USA Michael Bolton
"The Wind Cries Mary" Right Now Fabrizio Sotti
"Soundboy Kill It" F.I.L.A Raekwon
"One More Time" Sex, Love & Reggae Gyptian
"All My Love" Moment of Truth Glenn Lewis

Music videos[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s)
"Give It to Me Right" 2009 Anthony Mandler
"It Kills Me" Armen Djerrahian
"Bang Bang" Phil Griffin
"Monday Morning"
"Ay Yo" 2010 Armen Djerrahian
"You Stop My Heart (Valentines Day Version)"
"Gone and Never Coming Back" 2011 Colin Tilley
"4 AM"
"Watch Me Work" 2012
"This Time" Colin Tilley
"Change the Record"
(featuring B.o.B)
Rome and Vinit Borrison[14]

As featured artist[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s)
"Nuvole Rosa" 2010 Giuliano Palma
"Wake Up Everybody" Gil Green
"Let It Rain" 2011

References[edit]