Say It Right

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"Say It Right"
Single by Nelly Furtado
from the album Loose
B-side "What I Wanted"
Released 31 October 2006
Format
Recorded 2006; The Hit Factory (Miami, Florida)
Genre
Length 3:43
Label
Writer(s)
Producer(s)
Nelly Furtado singles chronology
"Maneater"
(2006)
"Say It Right"
(2006)
"All Good Things (Come to an End)"
(2006)

"Say It Right" is an song by Canadian recording artist Nelly Furtado, from her third studio album, Loose (2006). Written by Furtado, Tim "Timbaland" Mosley and Nate "Danja" Hills, the song was inspired by, as Furtado described it, the "spooky, keyboard-driven pop sound" of the band Eurythmics, specifically their 1983 song titled, "Here Comes the Rain Again". The song released as the album's third single in North America and Australia (see 2006 in music). The song served as the album's fourth single in certain European and Asian countries. It was released digitally in the United Kingdom in March 2007. It was the album's fifth single in Latin America.

"Say It Right" received positive reviews from critics praising its high quality production as well as commenting on the lyrical content and Furtado's vocal performance. The song attained worldwide success, topping the charts in more than seven countries, including the United States, France, New Zealand and many European countries. The accompanying music video for the song, directed by Rankin & Chris, portrays Furtado singing in various costumes and in various locations. The song has been performed on a number of live appearances by Furtado, including her third headlining Get Loose tour.

It received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 2008 Grammy Awards but lost to Amy Winehouse's "Rehab".

Background and writing[edit]

The process of creating the song began in the recording studio one morning at around 4:00 a.m., when Timbaland recommended that Furtado should go home because she was tired. Furtado, who had heard that the band U2 (a band she says she deeply admires) wrote many of their songs in the studio control room, said "Really? I'll show you", put on her hoodie and began to "jam".[1] Nate Hills and Timbaland soon joined her, writing and producing as they went, and according to Furtado, this process intensified as she sang. The team used four microphones in the live room and moved them around during recording, about which Furtado said, "...when you listen to it—there's a lot of dimension. It kind of sounds like [Timbaland is] in another country".[1] Afterwards, they picked the best vocals and "perfected" them, before inserting "reverbs and weird alien sounds" onto them. "[W]e experimented a lot with depth and different sounds", Furtado said of the making of the song. "[It] affected my vocals a whole lot."[1]

"Say It Right" is performed with a moderate techno groove and is written in F minor. It is set in common time; in 4/4 count. The chord progression is Fm–E♭–D♭–B♭m. Furtado's vocal range spans from Ab3 to F5.[2] Furtado has cited the "spooky, keyboard-driven pop sound" of the band Eurythmics, particularly their 1983 song "Here Comes the Rain Again", as an influence on "Say It Right" and other tracks on Loose. "I'm not 100 percent sure what ["Here Comes the Rain Again" is] about, but it always takes me away to another place, and I love it", she said.[3] In fact the song deals with mystic or transcendental experiences as she explains in an interview in 2007. "It is a kind of a magical song. It has a mystery to it, that I have not quite figured out. It has a haunting twist to it."[4]

In other interviews she said that she does not really know what "Say It Right" is about, "but it captures the feeling I had when I wrote it, and it taps into this other sphere."[3] The song was played during the Miss Universe 2007 Introductory Ceremony,[5] the 2006 American Music Awards,[6] and Concert for Diana.[7]

Critical response[edit]

"Say It Right" received positive reviews from critics praising its high quality production as well as commenting on the lyrical content and Furtado's vocal performance.[8]

Billboard magazine called the song "a Pussycat Dolls-inspired contempo jam, high on hooks and of-the-moment production. Well done, if in the most generic sense."[9] About.com's Bill Lamb gave the song 4/5 stars, saying that with "Say It Right", "many pop music fans are likely to take a second look at purchasing [Loose]". He described the song as "the foundation of Loose" and "a welcomed presence in the pop top 40".[6] IGN Music calls the song "...one of the brightest moments on the album" and "another throwback to the '80s" which "...lets loose with the most hypnotic chorus".[10] Allmusic's Stephen Thomas Erlewine considered the song "a dark meditative piece that would have fit on [Furtado's] previous records".[8] The New York Times described the song as "building a groove from hard drums and ghostly, multitracked voices, and Ms. Furtado sings a melancholy chorus she doesn't quite believe", comparing the coda, with music getting louder and then slowly fading, "the way the best — and worst — nights out often do".[11] Also, DJ Z's reviewed the song as "the only single in the world to work at both a club in Manhattan, and on a safari through the natives land of (fill in the blank)."[12] The song received a nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards, losing to Amy Winehouse's "Rehab".[13] It was also nominated for two MuchMusic Video Awards.[14]

Chart performance[edit]

In the United States, the song was made available for airplay at mainstream contemporary hit radio stations on 30 October 2006.[15] Geffen Records withdrew from radio the second single from Loose, "Maneater", before promoting "Say It Right".[9] The song debuted on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number twenty-two in the issue dated 18 November.[16] It entered the Billboard Hot 100 in late-November at number ninety-three, and it reached number one in its fourteenth week, becoming Furtado's second number-one single after "Promiscuous" (2006).[17][18][19][20][21] The song stayed at number one for one week, in the top ten for fourteen weeks and on the Hot 100 for thirty weeks.[18] "Say It Right" contributed to sales of the album Loose, and was credited as being responsible for its return to the top ten on the U.S. Billboard 200.[22] According to Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems, "Say It Right" was the second most-played song on U.S. radio in 2007 with 364,000 plays through 2 December,[23] and it was at number four on R&R magazine's 2007 year-end all-format top 100 songs list.[24] On the Billboard Hot 100 year-end chart, it was ranked ninth.[25] The RIAA certified "Say It Right" platinum in December 2007.[26] "Say It Right" peaked at number one for ten weeks on the Canadian BDS Airplay Chart, which it entered in early December,[27] becoming Furtado's third Canadian number-one single.[28] According to BDS, it was the fourth most-played song of 2007 on Canadian radio, amassing around 56,900 detections.[29] The song charted on the BDS Airplay Chart for sixty-two weeks.[27]

The song had equal success on Billboard's Canadian Hot 100; it reached number five on unpublished versions of the chart, and debuted when the chart was introduced the week of 2 June 2007. The song remained on the Canadian Hot 100 for over six months after the chart was officially introduced. "Say It Right" peaked at number two for three consecutive weeks on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart,[18] giving Loose a "second wind" on the albums chart, according to the Herald Sun;[30] ARIA accredited it as a platinum single.[31] The single debuted at number 37 on the UK Singles Chart in February 2007,[32] before reaching its peak; ten, a month later,[33] and by doing so, it broke the record for the highest chart placing for a download-only single, after chart regulations were changed to allow songs not accompanied by a physical format to chart.[34] Since then, the record was broken by the Coldplay with their number-one hit "Viva la Vida". The popularity of "Say It Right" contributed to sales of Loose in the UK, according to Music Week, helping the album reach its highest chart position since its first week of release.[35] The song was the twenty-ninth best-selling single of 2007 in the UK.[36] The song also spent 37 weeks on the UK Singles Chart, which is twice as long as any other of Furtado's songs (23 of those in the top 40).[37]

In France, the song debuted at number one with 8,100 copies sold on its release, becoming the lowest selling number-one in a week.[38] In Germany, it debuted at number two, where it stayed for nine non-consecutive weeks, behind DJ Ötzi and Nik P.'s Ein Stern (...der deinen Namen trägt) which topped the German chart for several months.[18] It became the third most successful song of 2007 in Germany.[39] It was the most successful single of 2007 in the European Hit Radio.[40] In Spain, the song enjoyed a great success, reaching number one on the singles chart for two-consecutive weeks. The song became her fourth number one hit on the country after "Fotografía", "Te Busqué" and "All Good Things (Come to an End)".[41] "Say It Right" is Nelly Furtado's most successful song in Australia,[42] Austria,[43] Romania,[44] Switzerland[45] and Sweden.[46] It is Furtado's second most successful single in Norway, the Netherlands, France (after "All Good Things (Come to an End)").[47][48][49] New Zealand (after "Turn Off the Light"),[50] and United States (after "Promiscuous").[51]

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Say It Right" was directed by British duo Rankin & Chris and filmed in Los Angeles, California in late October 2006.[52] It was shot back-to-back with the video for "All Good Things (Come to an End)", the album's third single in Europe.[53] Furtado called the video her "first action thing" since the video for her 2000 single, "I'm like a Bird", and said that it featured her experiencing what she called "a total rock-star moment. It's so iconic."[53] The mini-feathered cocktail dress Furtado wears at the opening of the video was designed specifically for her by Australian designer Alex Perry, who said, "It's so cool because she's just undergone a bit of a revamp from what her previous image was; she's become a little more sexy and glamorous."[54]

The clip starts with a helicopter landing on a black helipad bearing Furtado's name on top of a building, and Furtado getting out. She is shown on the roof of the building throughout the video, with the Los Angeles skyline in the background. The video features mostly face shots of her and Timbaland intercut with shots of dancers, under the careful guidance of internationally acclaimed Puerto Rican choreographer Gabriel Rivera. Furtado described the clip as "a throwback to the '80s ... the more surreal side" because the shots of her and Timbaland reminded her much of those of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart in videos for Eurythmics' singles, and "the strange relationship [they] had, where ... you get this intense vibe from it. And Tim and me, we're partners, we vibe on a serious creative level, so the video captures that energy."[53] The video ends with Furtado climbing back into the helicopter, which flies off.

The video debuted on MTV's Total Request Live in the U.S. on 6 November and on Canada's MuchMusic in the week ending 16 November. It reached number nine on the Total Request Live top ten video countdown on 8 November, its first day on the countdown;[55] it returned to the countdown on 14 December and peaked at number one twice.[56] The video reached number one on the MuchMusic series Countdown for the week ending 16 February.[57] The "Say It Right" video was retired from TRL after spending forty days on the countdown.[58] At the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards, Furtado was nominated in the category of Female Artist of the Year for "Say It Right" and "Maneater".[59] "Say It Right" was nominated for the MuchMoreMusic Award and in the Best International Video by a Canadian category at the 2007 MuchMusic Video Awards.[60] MTV International certified the "Say It Right" video platinum for more than 6,000 plays on the MTV network.[61][62]

Remixes and covers[edit]

The official Spanish remix features Jayko. Dummies, Friscia & Lamboy, Menage Music and Peter Rauhofer produced dance remixes of "Say It Right". Juan Martinez of Universal Music Group, the A&R person who enlisted the producers of the remixes for each single from Loose, said that the "Say It Right" remixes had received "the strongest reaction".[63] South African Pop Star Nic Billington covered the song as a single back in 2007. [64] Bloc Party covered the song on Jo Whiley's radio show on 11 April 2007,[65] and Marié Digby released a version on her YouTube channel in 2007.[66] Swedish heavy metal band Civil War covered "Say It Right"[67] on their debut EP, Civil War, released 13 November 2012 on Spotify.[68]

Track listing[edit]

UK CD single[69][70]
  1. "Say It Right" (Radio Edit)
  2. "Maneater" (Radio 1 Live Lounge Session)
German 2-track single
  1. "Say It Right" (Radio Edit)
  2. "What I Wanted"
German 4-track single[71]
  1. "Say It Right" (Radio Edit)
  2. "What I Wanted"
  3. "Say It Right" (Peter Rauhofer Club Mix Part 1)
  4. "Say It Right" (Video)

Credits[edit]

Credits are adapted from the Loose liner notes.[72]

Technical
Personnel

Charts and certifications[edit]

Release history[edit]

Country Released Format Label Ref.
United States 31 October 2006 Contemporary hit radio [132]
Sweden 1 February 2007 Digital download Universal [133]
Germany 2 March 2007 CD single [134]
Maxi single [135]
Ireland 5 March 2007 Digital download (E-Bundle) [136]
Digital download [137]
United Kingdom Polydor [138]
Finland 26 March 2007 Digital download (E-Remix EP) Universal [139]
France [140]
Ireland [141]
Sweden [142]
United Kingdom Polydor [143]
New Zealand 6 April 2007 Digital download Universal [144]
Netherlands 9 April 2007 [145]

See also[edit]

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  141. ^ http://ie.7digital.com/artist/nelly-furtado/release/say-it-right-1
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  143. ^ http://www.7digital.com/artist/nelly-furtado/release/say-it-right-1
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