I Say Yeah!

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"I Say Yeah!"
Single by NeOSITE artists (Pushim, Rhymester, Home Made Kazoku, Maboroshi, May J.)
Released October 14, 2006
Format CD+DVD, digital download
Genre J-urban
Length 20:17
Label Ki/oon (Neosite Discs)
Songwriter(s) Micro, May J., Pushim, Kuro, C. Ricketts, S. Sasaki, J. Yamamoto
Home Made Kazoku singles chronology
"Aikotoba wa Abra Cadabra / Manatsu no Dance Call"
(2006) Aikotoba wa Abra Cadabra / Manatsu no Dance Call2006
"I Say Yeah!"
(2006) I Say Yeah!2006
"Everybody Needs Music"
(2006) Everybody Needs Music2006
May J. singles chronology
"I Say Yeah!"
(2006) I Say Yeah!2006
"Here We Go"
(2006) Here We Go2006

"I Say Yeah!" is a single released by all five of the signed artists of Neosite Discs, a sub-label of Ki/oon Records dedicated to R&B, hip hop and reggae, to celebrate the label's 10th anniversary. The single received minor popularity, entering the chart at #8, dropping to #20 in its second week, and staying in the charts for seven weeks. The A-side was the opening theme for NTV's Music Fighter in October.

A live concert was held at Shibuya-AX on October 27, 2006, to celebrate the 10th anniversary, with all of the participating artists performing the A-side from the single as well as a number of their own tracks.

Track listing[edit]

CD portion[edit]

  1. "I Say Yeah!" (Micro, May J., Pushim, Kuro, C. Ricketts, S. Sasaki, J. Yamamoto) – 4:35
  2. "I Say Yeah! (DJ Bobo James RMX)" – 4:34
  3. "I Say Yeah! (Breathrough remix)" – 5:55
  4. "I Say Yeah! (Fickle remix)" – 5:13

DVD portion[edit]

  1. "I Say Yeah!" music video
  2. Making of I Say Yeah!
  3. "I Say Yeah!" full video with Calvin Voneravong

Charts[edit]

Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

Release Chart Peak position First week sales Total sales Chart run
October 4, 2006 Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 8 6,981 16,727 7 weeks

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