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Hot
Inna Hot Cover 2009.jpg
Cover of the original 2009 release of Hot.[1] Various other artworks were designed to commercialize the album worldwide.
Studio album by
Released4 August 2009
RecordedPlay & Win Studios
(Constanța, Romania)
GenreEDM
Length44:05
LanguageEnglish[2]
LabelMagic
ProducerPlay & Win
Inna chronology
Hot
(2009)
I Am the Club Rocker
(2011)
Singles from Hot
  1. "Hot"
    Released: 12 August 2008[3]
  2. "Love"
    Released: 16 February 2009[4]
  3. "Déjà Vu"
    Released: 2009[A]
  4. "Amazing"
    Released: 6 August 2009[7]
  5. "10 Minutes"
    Released: 25 January 2010[8]

Hot is the debut studio album by Romanian singer Inna, released on 4 August 2009 by Magic Records. Inna collaborated on the record with Romanian trio Play & Win, who entirely wrote, produced and arranged Hot at their Play & Win Studios in Constanța, Romania. It was described as an electronic dance music (EDM) album, with influences varying from trance, electro house and techno to Hi-NRG, synth-pop and chillout. Lyrically, Hot deals with love themes. Music critics gave the album positive to mixed reviews, criticizing its lack of innovation. At the 2010 Romanian Music Awards, Hot won in the Best Album category, while also receiving an award at the 2011 Radio România Actualităţi Awards in the Pop/Dance Album of the Year section.

As of December 2011, the record has sold 500,000 copies worldwide, with incomes amounting to 8 million from sales and accompanying concert tours. Commercially, it experienced success in Europe, peaking within the top 20 in multiple countries. Hot was also awarded Gold and Platinum certifications in Romania and France, respectively. It was aided by the release of five singles, "Hot" (2008), "Love" (2009), "Déjà Vu" (2009), "Amazing" (2009) and "10 Minutes" (2010), which achieved success on record charts. "Hot" and "Amazing" were both number ones on the native Romanian Top 100. Inna performed over 200 concerts to promote the album.[9]

Background and release[edit]

As a child, Inna became interested in music, with her mother, grandmother and grandfather all singing as a hobby.[10][11] She graduated the Colegiul Economic (Economy College) in Mangalia, later studying political science at Ovidius University in Constanţa. Inna also took singing lessons and participated in music festivals,[12] while unsuccessfully auditioning for the Romanian band A.S.I.A.[10] When Inna worked in an office, her manager heard her singing and contacted Play & Win.[13] Adopting the stage name Alessandra in 2008, she approached a pop-rock style,[14] which switched to "commercial" minimal-infused house music after changing her stage name to Inna.[15]

Inna first announced working on her debut studio album in November 2008,[15] while she later confirmed its release in February 2009.[16] Hot was ultimately released on 4 August 2009 by Magic Records,[1] while premiering on 5 June 2011 in the United Kingdom through All Around the World Productions.[17] An alternative version of the record, titled Very Hot, was made available in France on 22 November 2010 by Airplay Records.[18] According to Cancan, Hot was sold with an average price of 10.[9] It was entirely written, produced and mastered by Romanian trio Play & Win members Sebastian Barac, Radu Bolfea and Marcel Botezan at their Play & Win Studios in Constanța.[2] Edward Aninaru was hired to shoot the accompanying cover artwork of Hot.[2] In Romania, the album was released with five different cover sleeves to choose from.[19]

Composition[edit]

Critical commentary has noted Hot as an EDM album,[21] with Lewis Corner of Digital Spy pointing out "pumping Euro-beats and dainty synth chord progressions".[22] The record opens with "Hot", an "unadulterated and stylised" trance-inspired electro house song,[20] containing "ticky" synthesizer sounds similar to German band Boney M.'s "Ma Baker" (1977), and "trancey, hypnotic" beats.[23][24] It is followed by "Love", a cadenced recording that belongs to the EDM and house genres, whose lyrics talk about "how complicated situations of love can become".[20] Neeti Sarkar, writing for The Hindu, thought that the next track "Days Nights" was "rhetoric [...] [with] the singer plead[ing] in desperation for her man to return to her".[20] "Amazing" is a techno song containing Spanish guitar and beats,[25] while "Don't Let the Music Die" was described as influenced by Hi-NRG.[20] It is followed by "On & On", with Sarker noting: "[It] is simple and tuneful, sometimes sounding like a poem with alternate lines rhyming.";[20] a chillout mix is also included on Hot.[2] "Déjà Vu", with Bob Taylor, was labelled as a dance track,[26] while "10 Minutes" belongs to the synth-pop and electropop genres,[20] stylized to fit the style of music consumed in the United States.[27]

Critical reception and accolades[edit]

Music critics gave mixed to positive reviews of Hot upon its release. Corner of Digital Spy thought that the album "does exactly what you would expect from the scantily clad Inna [...], there's no denying that the sound emanates summer warmth and memories of partying down the [insert Greek island here] strip, but little else is achieved." Corner further criticized album tracks "Fever", "Ladies" and "Left Right" as innovation loose, while concluding: "Inoffensive if not a little uninspiring, Hot is a worthy soundtrack for this year's 18-30 clubbers, but even they might struggle to see this one out to the bitter end."[22] Sarkar, writing for The Hindu, was more positive towards the record, saying: "Her debut album is a compilation of her numerous hit singles, making this record quite an entertaining listen, especially for the under 30 party goers". He went on labeling "Fever" and "Ladies" as monotonous, and concluded: "When so many hit singles are put together on one record, there’s no way the outcome can be bad [...]".[20] At the 2010 Romanian Music Awards, Inna won four out of six nominations, including in the Best Album category for Hot.[28][29] The singer was also nominated for four awards at the 2011 Radio România Actualităţi Awards, including one win for Hot in the Pop/Dance Album of the Year category.[30]

Commercial performance[edit]

Hot experienced commercial success on European record charts. It first entered Poland's OLiS chart in August 2009 at number 28, which remained its peak position.[31] In Czech Republic (ČNS IFPI), the album opened and peaked at number seven in February 2010, spending a total of 17 non-consecutive weeks on the chart.[32] Similar success was achieved on France's SNEP ranking, where Hot debuted and peaked at number nine in July 2010.[33] In the United Kingdom, the album reached number 34 on the UK Albums Chart in June 2011,[34] while simultaneously debuting at the top of the UK Dance Albums Chart and at number nine on the UK Albums Download Chart.[35][36] Hot moved 500,000 units worldwide as of December 2011; tabloid Cancan estimated Inna's resulting income at 5 million. A further €3 million came from over 200 supporting concerts with approximatively €15,000 per date.[9] As of March 2010, Hot sold 20,000 copies in Poland,[37] while being awarded Gold in Romania by the Uniunea Producătorilor de Fonograme din România (UPFR) and Platinum in France by the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique (SNEP) for 10,000 and 100,000 copies sold, respectively.[38][39]

Singles[edit]

A photograph of Inna performing in a black dress while accompanied by three male backup dancers.
Inna performing "Hot" live at the Sopot Hit Festival in August 2009.[40]

To support Hot, five singles were released, which according to Libertatea sold a total of 500,000 copies in France as of April 2011.[41] Its title track was made available in August 2008,[3] topping the native Romanian Top 100,[42] and reaching the top 20 in various other countries.[43] "Hot" was certified Silver in the United Kingdom,[44] Gold in Denmark and Italy,[45][46] and at least Platinum in Norway, Spain and Sweden.[47][48][49] The follow-up single, "Love", was released in February 2009,[4] to modest success in selected European countries.[50][51][52] "Déjà Vu", the album's third single in collaboration with Bogdan Croitoru, caused controversy when the two artists used the pseudonyms of Anni and Bob Taylor. Their true identities were later revealed after a time of speculation.[53][54][55] "Déjà Vu" reached the top 10 in Greece,[56] Russia,[57] France,[58] the Netherlands,[59] Romania[60] and Wallonia.[61] It was certified Gold in the Netherlands.[62]

"Amazing" was surrounded by controversy when it was premiered in August 2009,[7] with Romanian singer Anca Badiu sustaining that it had been originally intended for her before released by Inna, and accusing Play & Win of breach of contract.[63][64] "Amazing" achieved similar success to its predecessors, becoming her second number one single in Romania.[65] A last single, "10 Minutes", premiered in January 2010,[8] and was added to later editions of Hot.[66] The promotional single "I Need You for Christmas" (2009), and singles "Sun Is Up" (2010) and "Un Momento" (2011) were also featured on alternative versions of the album.[18][67][68]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and produced by Play & Win.[2]

Hot – Standard version[1]
No.TitleLength
1."Hot"3:38
2."Love"3:40
3."Days Nights"3:23
4."Fever"3:26
5."Left Right"4:29
6."Amazing"3:25
7."Don't Let the Music Die"3:35
8."On & On"4:39
9."Ladies"5:08
10."Déjà Vu" (featuring Bob Taylor)4:19
11."On & On" (Chillout Mix)3:59
Total length:44:05

Charts[edit]

Certifications and sales[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
France (SNEP)[39] Platinum 100,000*
Poland (ZPAV) None 20,000[37]
Romania (UFPR)[38] Gold 10,000*
Summaries
Worldwide None 500,000[9]

*sales figures based on certification alone

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
Poland[1] 4 August 2009 Digital download Magic
Russia[81] 7 October 2009 CD RDS
Italy[82] 20 November 2009 Digital download DIY
United States[83] 8 December 2009 Ultra
Czech Republic[84] 22 February 2010 CD Traxx
Spain[85][86] 19 April 2010 Digital download Roton
28 September 2010 CD N/A
Japan[87] 19 April 2010 Digital download Roton
South Africa[88] 26 April 2010 CD Just Music
Romania[89] March 2010 Roton
Mexico[90] 28 February 2011 Digital download Mas Label/
Empo
United Kingdom[68] 5 June 2011 CD AATW
Australia[91] 22 July 2011 Central Station

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The exact release date of "Déjà Vu" is unknown. While the single was already present in the Romanian Top 100 in August 2009,[5] iTunes Store indicates 11 November 2009 as its digital release date.[6]

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