I Am Who I Am/Secret Love

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"I Am Who I Am / Secret Love"
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Single by Lee Ryan
Released 4 July 2010 (UK)
Format CD single, Digital download
Recorded 2008
Genre Pop
Length 3:55 (I Am Who I Am)
3:57 (Secret Love)
Label Geffen
Songwriter(s) Lee Ryan
Lee Ryan singles chronology
"Reinforce Love"
(2007)
"I Am Who I Am" / "Secret Love"
(2010)
Secret Love (Original Cover)
Secret Love (Original Cover)

"I Am Who I Am" / "Secret Love" is a double A-side single by Lee Ryan. The single is Lee Ryan's first new solo material since 2007. Secret Love was initially set to be released by itself on 3 May 2010, however, after being postponed from a later release, was cancelled.[1] However, after being packaged with a further new song, "I Am Who I Am", the single was released on 4 July 2010.[2] "I Am Who I Am" was originally written and recorded by British indie band Ben's Brother for their 2007 album, Beta Male Fairytales. [3] The music video for Secret Love was filmed in LA in March 2010.[4][5] The video premiered in April 2010. In the UK, the single debuted at #33 in its first week and fell to #69 in its second week, making it Ryan's third consecutive single to miss the top twenty. The single spent only two weeks inside the UK Top 100 Singles Chart.[6]

Promotion[edit]

Track listing[edit]

  • UK "Secret Love" CD single[7]
  1. "Secret Love" - 3:57
  2. "Secret Love" (Ian Carey Remix) - 6:10
  • UK "Double A-Side" CD single[8]
  1. "I Am Who I Am" - 3:55
  2. "Secret Love" - 3:57
  • Digital download EP #1[9]
  1. "I Am Who I Am" - 3:55
  2. "Secret Love" - 3:57
  3. "I Am Who I Am" (Buzz Junkies Remix) - 5:18
  4. "Secret Love" (Crazy Cousinz Full Club Remix) - 7:33
  • Digital download EP #2[10]
  1. "I Am Who I Am" - 3:55
  2. "Secret Love" - 3:57
  3. "I Am Who I Am" (Buzz Junkies Remix) - 5:18
  4. "I Am Who I Am" (Alex Says Remix) - 6:53
  5. "Secret Love" (Ian Carey Full Club) - 9:06

Charts[edit]

Chart (2010) Peak
position
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[11] 33

References[edit]