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


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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