Mario Balotelli (song)

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"Mario Balotelli"
Mario Balotelli – Cover.jpg
Single by Ruff Sqwad
from the album 2012
Released 24 January 2012
Format Digital download
Genre Grime, Hip hop
Length 4:25
Label Takeover Entertainment
Songwriter(s) Kwasi Danquah III, Slix Fleeingham, David Nkrumah, Prince Rapid
Producer(s) Prince Rapid
Ruff Sqwad singles chronology
"Las Vegas"
(2011)
"Mario Balotelli"
(2012)
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"Las Vegas"
(2011)
"Mario Balotelli"
(2012)
Music video
"Mario Balotelli" on YouTube

"Mario Balotelli" is a song by grime crew Ruff Sqwad. The song is taken from their EP 2012. It was released on 24 January 2012 as a digital download.

Background[edit]

The song came into fruition when Slix had the idea of using Mario Balotelli's iconic phrase "Why Always Me?" as a chorus in a song to make a "Mario Balotelli anthem".[1]

Tinchy Stryder said in an interview with The Sun: "Mario Balotelli is a real cool guy and he likes his music, too. "Mario’s the type of character that the Premier League hasn't really had. He’s got a good heart and does a lot of good things. I can sympathize to his "Why Always Me?" situation, he is always in the news media for various reasons."[2]

Music video[edit]

"Mario Balotelli" music video was filmed on 15 January 2012 and was uploaded to YouTube on 17 January 2012 at a total length of four minutes and twenty-five seconds.[3][4]

Track listing[edit]

Digital Single
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Mario Balotelli" Kwasi Danquah III,
Slix Fleeingham,
David Nkrumah,
Prince Rapid
Prince Rapid 4:25

Credits and personnel[edit]

Personnel

Release history[edit]

Date Format Label
24 January 2012[1] Digital Download Takeover Entertainment Limited

References[edit]