Into the Night (Santana song)

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"Into the Night"
Santana into the night.jpg
Single by Santana featuring Chad Kroeger
from the album Ultimate Santana
B-side "I Believe It's Time"
"Curación (Sunlight on Water)"
"Victory Is Won"
Released October 2, 2007
Format CD single, vinyl, digital download
Recorded 2007
Genre Chicano rock
Length 3:40
Label Arista
Songwriter(s) Chad Kroeger
Producer(s) Carlos Santana
Santana singles chronology
"Into the Night"
"This Boy's Fire"

"Into the Night"
"This Boy's Fire"
Chad Kroeger singles chronology
"Why Don't You & I"
(2002) Why Don't You & I2002
"Into the Night"
(2007) Into the Night2007
"Porn Star Dancing"
(2010) Porn Star Dancing2010
Alternative cover
iTunes cover
iTunes cover

"Into the Night" is the first single from Santana's 2007 compilation album, Ultimate Santana. The track features Chad Kroeger from Nickelback. It has received a considerable amount of airplay on VH1. Dania Ramirez of Heroes stars in the music video. The song has peaked at #26 in the United States and #4 in Australia.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Into the Night" (Album version)
  2. "I Believe It's Time"
  3. "Curación (Sunlight on Water)"
  4. "Victory Is Won"
  5. "Into the Night" (Video)

Music video[edit]

A screenshot from "Into the Night"

The music video features a man (Freddy Rodriguez of Ugly Betty and Six Feet Under) about to jump off a roof when he sees a Colombian girl (Dania Ramirez of Heroes) dancing. He falls for her immediately and starts to follow her. Eventually he follows her to a club where he watches her dance, and at the end they dance together. Meanwhile, Kroeger and Santana play on the roof of the building. The video seems to integrate both the Hispanic and North American cultures, as a symbol of the two cultures coming together in the song itself.[citation needed]


"Into The Night" was a crossover hit as it peaked at #26 on the Billboard Hot 100, Santana's last top 40 hit in U.S.A. In Canada it was an even bigger hit, due to its qualifying as Canadian Content. It peaked at #2 for 3 consecutive weeks on the Canadian Hot 100. It also reached #4 in Australia.

Chart (2007–08) Peak
Australian Singles Chart 4
Austrian Singles Chart 24
Belgian Singles Chart (Flanders) 24
Belgian Tip Chart (Wallonia) 10
Canadian Hot 100 2
German Singles Chart 19
Finnish Singles Chart 9
Hungary (Rádiós Top 40)[1] 1
Italian Singles Chart 5
New Zealand Singles Chart 24
Slovak Airplay Chart 4
Swiss Singles Chart 49
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 26
U.S. Billboard Adult Contemporary 20
U.S. Billboard Adult Pop Songs 2
U.S. Billboard Pop Songs 21

Year-end charts[edit]

Year Chart Position
2007 Australian Singles Chart 27
2008 Australian Singles Chart 79
2008 US Billboard Hot 100 98
2009 Canadian Hot 100[2] 34
2009 Hungarian Singles Chart[3] 6

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Archívum – Slágerlisták – MAHASZ" (in Hungarian). Rádiós Top 40 játszási lista. Magyar Hanglemezkiadók Szövetsége. Retrieved 2010-12-08.
  2. ^ "Canadian Hot 100 Year-End 2008". Billboard Magazine. Retrieved 2012-03-31. 
  3. ^ "Éves összesített listák - MAHASZ Rádiós TOP 100 (súlyozott)". Mahasz. Mahasz.