iYiYi

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"iYiYi"
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Single by Cody Simpson featuring Flo Rida
from the album 4 U
B-side "Summertime"
Released 8 June 2010
Format
Recorded 2010
Genre
Length 3:55
Label
Writer(s)
Producer(s) DJ Frank E
Cody Simpson singles chronology
"iYiYi"
(2010)
"All Day"
(2011)
Flo Rida singles chronology
"Club Can't Handle Me"
(2010)
"iYiYi"
(2010)
"You Make the Rain Fall"
(2010)
DJ Frank E singles chronology
"Summertime"
(2010)
"iYiYi"
(2010)
"Superbad (11:34)"
(2010)

"iYiYi" is the debut single from Australian singer Cody Simpson. It is the lead single from Simpson's debut album 4 U and features American rapper Flo Rida and American producer DJ Frank E, who is not credited as a featured artist.[1] All three artists co-wrote the song with Colby O'Donis & Bei Maejor, with production handled by DJ Frank E. It was released digitally worldwide on 1 June 2010.[2]

It was one of the songs featured in the interactive role-playing adventure video game The Sims 3.

Background[edit]

iYiYi was released digitally worldwide on 1 June 2010 and it features Flo Rida.

Performances[edit]

Simpson performed this song at the 2010 Australian Kids' Choice Awards as the closing act.

Chart performance[edit]

iYiYi has been listed for 19 weeks in 3 different charts. Its first appearance was week 24/2010 in the Australia Singles Top 50 and the last appearance was week 13/2011 in the Canada Singles Top 100. Its peak position was number 19, on the Australia Singles Top 50, it stayed there for 2 weeks. Its highest entry was number 25 in the Australia Singles Top 50.[3]

Music video[edit]

The music video for "iYiYi" was released on 30 June 2010.[4] It was filmed in Simpson's hometown, the Gold Coast, Queensland in Australia. The music video was deleted or moved to private section since August 2014.

Formats and track listings[edit]

Deluxe single[5]

  1. "iYiYi" (featuring. Flo Rida)
  2. "iYiYi" (Acoustic Version)
  3. "Summertime"

Charts[edit]

Chart (2010) Peak
position
Australia (ARIA)[6] 19
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[7] 29
US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles (Billboard)[8] 12
Chart (2011) Peak
position
Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)[9] 33
Canada (Canadian Hot 100)[10] 73

Release history[edit]

Country Date Format Label
Australia[11] 1 June 2010 Digital download Atlantic Records
New Zealand[12]
United States[13]
Germany[14] 29 April 2011 CD single

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