Come Over (Estelle song)

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"Come Over"
Estelle - Come Over cover.jpg
Single by Estelle featuring Sean Paul
from the album Shine
Released 15 September 2008 (U.S. radio)
13 December 2008 (UK)
Format Airplay, Digital download
Genre Reggae fusion, R&B, dancehall
Length 3:41 (album version)
3:47 (remix)
Label Atlantic, Homeschool
Writer(s) Estelle Swaray, John Stephens, Dwayne Chin-Quee, Mitchum Chin, Jason Farmer, Sean Henriques
Producer(s) Supa Dups
Estelle singles chronology
"Pretty Please (Love Me)"
"Come Over"
"Guilty as Charged"
Estelle U.S. singles chronology
"American Boy"
"Come Over"
"Guilty as Charged"
Sean Paul singles chronology
"Watch Dem Roll"
"Come Over"
"Feel It"

"Come Over" is the fifth UK single and the second U.S. single from Estelle's second album Shine. A remix version of song was released featuring reggae artist Sean Paul. It was released to U.S. radio on 15 September. It is available to download on UK iTunes.

In the UK the digital download was released on 13 December. The physical release was scheduled for the same date but was cancelled last minute.

Music video[edit]

The music video was shot in the week of 2 October. Some video caps have leaked on to the Internet. There is a cameo from Kardinal Offishall. The video is currently on YouTube.

Estelle was recently asked commented about getting up close and personal with hunk Sean Paul in her recent music video.

Estelle said about the video: "There are two arguments going on in your head. I can't be fake, but how can I do this without feeling like a slut?" It's a tough one. [1]

Video statistics[edit]

  • Shot: Estelle featuring Sean Paul - Lil X, director
  • Artist: Estelle featuring Sean Paul
  • Song: "Come Over"
  • Label: Homeschool/Atlantic
  • Director(s): Lil X
  • Production company: DNA

Cover versions[edit]

The Hawaiian artist, Anuhea, recorded a cover version of the song.


Chart (2008) Peak
Austrian Singles Chart[2] 55
German Singles Chart[3] 62
Turkey Top 20 Chart[4] 19
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[5] 56
U.S. Billboard Pop 100[5] 98

Used In visual media[edit]

The song was used on CSI:Miami.


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