Sk8er Boi

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"Sk8er Boi"
Sk8er boi cover.jpg
Official American CD artwork
Single by Avril Lavigne
from the album Let Go
A-side"I'm with You"
B-side"Get Over It"
ReleasedSeptember 9, 2002 (2002-09-09)
Producer(s)The Matrix
Avril Lavigne singles chronology
"Sk8er Boi"
"I'm with You"
Alternative cover
European CD artwork
European CD artwork
Music video
"Sk8er Boi" on YouTube

"Sk8er Boi" (pronounced "skater boy") is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, released as the second single from her debut album, Let Go (2002). It was written by Lavigne and The Matrix (Scott Spock, Lauren Christy, and Graham Edwards), and produced by The Matrix. The song is a pop-punk track, which lyrically tells a story told from the singer's viewpoint about her rocker boyfriend and a girl he knew in high school who rejected him because he was a skateboarder and she was a snob.

The song was well-received by critics, with most commending its hook, calling the song "funny" and "clever". It also received a Grammy nomination for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance at the 2003 edition. Commercially, "Sk8er Boi" was a success, reaching the top-ten in more than ten countries, such as Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States (becoming Lavigne's second top ten single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart) and sold over 1.8 million copies worldwide. According to Spin, "Sk8er Boi" has the 5th best pop-punk chorus of the 21st century.[2]

The music video for the song, directed by Francis Lawrence, features a concert on a city street with Lavigne singing on the hood of a car with a crowd rocking out around her. It was a success on TRL and was voted one of the best music videos of the decade by BT TV. The song has been performed in all of Lavigne's concert tours to date.

Background and release[edit]

After being signed to Arista Records in November 2000 upon the authorization of the label's CEO, Antonio "L.A." Reid, Lavigne moved to New York with the assistance of Reid. There, she began working on her debut album, Let Go, collaborating with a host of prime songwriters and producers.[3] While being on the verge of getting dropped off Arista, after an unsuccessful year of writing, Lavigne came to the attention of the three-piece production team The Matrix,[4] who later discovered that she wanted songs with punk rock inclinations.[5] After writing "Complicated" together, Reid agreed with the musical direction Lavigne and The Matrix were taking, and sent Lavigne back to The Matrix to work with them on more songs.[6]

During the sessions, they wrote 10 songs, with "Sk8er Boi" being one of the six songs on the album's final track list. After the huge success of "Complicated", "Sk8er Boi" was selected as the album's second single, being the more controversial choice, according to Reid: "Some people just really didn't get that. And with the first video, there was some concern that maybe because it's so young and so playful, it might alienate more serious music lovers."[7]

Composition and lyrics[edit]

"Sk8er Boi" was written by Lavigne, while the production team The Matrix (consisting of Lauren Christy, Graham Edwards and Scott Spock) co-wrote, arranged and produced the track.[8] "Sk8er Boi" is a punk rock,[9] pop punk,[10] alt-pop,[11] skate punk,[12] and power pop song[13][14] about a snobby girl who rejects a skateboarder who has a crush on her despite secretly returning his feelings, letting her friends' prejudices sway her decision-making.[15] Later on, he becomes a superstar musician (even playing guitar on MTV) and has moved on with another woman (who narrates the song) while she ultimately ends up as a young single mother.[16]


"Sk8er Boi" received critical acclaim for its production. In a review for the album Let Go, Christina Saraceno of Allmusic called "Sk8er Boi" a "terrific power pop bounce", highlighting the song as a "track pick".[13] Brendan Schroer of Sputnikmusic praised the track, writing that Lavigne "brings another injection of infectious vocal work, peppy but not overbearing."[17] Nick Reynolds of BBC Music called it "brilliant", considering the song "a classic high energy pop song with crunchy guitars and a great hook." He also praised its tale, calling it "as slick and clever as an episode of Buffy. It bowls you over with its energy and sticks in your mind."[16] Pat Blashill of Rolling Stone agreed, calling it "seventeen-year-old Lavigne's signature moment," further adding: "Over a rush of nouveau-punk guitar chords, she narrates a funny story line, but none of it would matter if Lavigne didn't have a voice, equal parts baby girl and husky siren, that seems capable of setting off car alarms several city blocks away."[18] Christina Saraceno of Allmusic wrote of Lavigne that in "Sk8er Boi" "she shows her lyrical shortcomings."[13]

Commercial performance[edit]

The song followed the success of Lavigne's debut single, "Complicated", which topped many charts worldwide and reached the top-ten in others. In Australia, "Sk8er Boi" debuted at its peak position, number three, and remained a further week there.[19] In New Zealand, the song managed to spend 9 weeks until it reached the peak position, number two, on December 8, 2002.[20] In Brazil, the song managed to reach the top position, becoming her second consecutive number-one single.[21][22]

In the United States, "Sk8er Boi" debuted at number 72 on the Billboard Hot 100 issue date September 14, 2002,[23] while on the issue date November 2, 2002, the song peaked at number 10.[24] It became Lavigne's second consecutive top-ten hit.[14] The song also topped Billboard's Top 40 Mainstream airplay chart.[25] As of July 2013, Sk8er Boi had sold 755,000 digital copies in the US.[26] In the United Kingdom, the song was also a success, reaching number eight on the UK Singles Chart on December 28, 2002.[27]

Awards and nominations[edit]

"Sk8er Boi" was nominated and won many awards. In the 2003 Grammy Awards edition, Lavigne received 5 nominations, including Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for "Sk8er Boi", but lost it to Sheryl Crow's "Steve McQueen". The song won "Favorite Song" at the 2003 Kids' Choice Awards, "Choice Music Single" at the 2003 Teen Choice Awards and "Best Pop Song" at "Socan Awards.[28]

Indicates non-competitive categories Indicates non-competitive categories
Award/Publisher Year Category Result Ref.
Grammy Awards 2003 Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Nominated [29]
MTV Video Music Awards 2003 Best Pop Video Nominated [30]
MuchMusic Video Awards 2003 Best International Video By A Canadian Won [31]
People's Choice Favourite Canadian Artist Won
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2003 Favorite Song Won [32]
Radio Disney Music Awards 2003 Best Song to Air Guitar Won [33]
Best Video That Rocks Nominated
SOCAN Awards 2003 Pop/Rock Music Award Indicates non-competitive categories Won [28]
Spin 2017 The 21 Best Pop-Punk Choruses of the 21st Century 5th place [2]
Teen Choice Awards 2003 Choice Music: Single Won [34]


In a 2011 AOL Radio listener's poll, "Sk8er Boi" was voted Lavigne's fourth best song.[28] Robert Copsey of Digital Spy listed Lavigne's 7 best singles of all time, placing "Sk8er Boi" at number 4, saying: "Lavigne proved she was more than a one-hit wonder with her second single 'Sk8er Boi'. Despite the rebellious spelling of the title it turned out to be another solid effort, telling the tale of a girl who rejects a baggy-clothed boy who eventually goes on to be world-famous."[35] Bill Lamb of placed the song at number 2, writing: "It has been derided in the past as being too naive lyrically. However, with the benefit of hindsight, it seems perfectly pitched to her audience and the point in her career. The power pop hook of the song sticks strongly in your head. Later perky pop excursions still pale next to this one."[36]

Music video[edit]

Lavigne, wearing her famous tie, sings on top of a car on the street.

The music video was directed by Francis Lawrence and premiered on August 22, 2002 on TRL.[37] The video shot to number-one on TRL on its second day of the countdown.[38] The video was considered the third 'Best music video of the decade' in the UK by BT Vision,[39] while ET Canada ranked the video at number 2 on her "Top 10 Best Music Videos".[40]


The video centers around an impromptu concert held by Lavigne in a Los Angeles street intersection. It begins by showing several of Lavigne's friends and band members promoting the concert in advance via graffiti, flyers, email and posters. Lavigne and her band arrive at the location and begin performing on the roof of their cars; a crowd quickly gathers. Towards the end of the song, police cars and a helicopter arrive to disperse the crowd, while Lavigne uses her guitar to break the car windshield. Lavigne then throws the guitar onto the road and looks up at the helicopter, where a shot was taken for the single's artwork.[41]

The impromptu concert was filmed in the intersection of 7th St & S Spring St in Los Angeles on July 28, 2002, after the remainder of the scenes had been completed the previous day.

Cover versions and appearances in other media[edit]

In 2003, Paramount Pictures optioned the song for adaptation into a feature film, hiring writer/producer David Zabel to adapt its words. The film would focus on the two teens from different backgrounds and the social constraints in which they find themselves. [25] However, as of April 2008, the film has apparently been abandoned or is in development hell.[42] Eurodance group Cascada recorded a dance cover of the song for the European and Japanese editions of their 2007 album Perfect Day.[43] The song was featured on the Australian compilation album Hits For Kids 5 (2004).[44]

A cover version of the song by Angela Michael appears in the video game Elite Beat Agents for the Nintendo DS.[45] The song is also included in SingStar Pop, a PlayStation 2 game[46] and another cover version is featured in Rock Revolution by Konami.[47] The song was also used in a montage of funny rollerskates and skateboard clips in an edition of America's Funniest Home Videos. "Sk8er Boi" was featured in the television series Cold Case (Season 3, "The Promise", October 2, 2005).[48] In 2008, HBO included the song in the episode "Get Some" of the miniseries Generation Kill. The song is sung by Cpl. Josh Ray Person as he is urinating in the desert.[49] Filipino rock singer Kean Cipriano covered the song for his performance in the second season of Your Face Sounds Familiar, in which he impersonates Lavigne. Filipino pop singer Justin Alva covered the song for his performance in the third season of Your Face Sounds Familiar, in which he impersonates Lavigne. The song was parodied by American singer and rapper Ashnikko in her 2021 debut mixtape, Demidevil, as a song titled "L8r Boi", in which it describes a different scenario of the original song of the girl being dissatisfied with her partner, Sk8er Boi.

Track listing[edit]

  • CD single
  1. "Sk8er Boi" – 3:23
  2. "Get Over It" – 3:27
  • Australian CD single
  1. "Sk8er Boi" – 3:23
  2. "Get Over It" (previously unreleased) – 3:27
  3. "Nobody's Fool" (recorded live in Vancouver for Z95) – 3:58
  • European CD single
  1. "Sk8er Boi" – 3:23
  2. "Get Over It" – 3:27
  3. "Nobody's Fool" (live at The Commodore, Vancouver, BC) – 3:58
  4. "Sk8er Boi" (video) – 3:23
  • Cassette single
  1. "Sk8er Boi" – 3:23
  2. "Get Over It" – 3:27
  3. "Nobody's Fool" (live at The Commodore, Vancouver, BC) – 3:58
  4. "Sk8er Boi" – 3:23
  5. "Get Over It" – 3:27
  6. "Nobody's Fool" (live at The Commodore, Vancouver, BC) – 3:58
  • DVD single
  1. "I'm with You"
  2. "Sk8er Boi"
  3. "Behind-the-Scenes Footage"
  4. "Let Go TV Spots"



Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[83] Platinum 70,000^
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[84] Platinum 60,000*
New Zealand (RMNZ)[85] Platinum 10,000*
United Kingdom (BPI)[86] Platinum 600,000double-dagger
United States (RIAA)[87] Gold 755,000[26]
United States (RIAA)[88]
For video single, combined with "I'm with You"
Platinum 50,000^

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
double-dagger Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Release history[edit]

Release dates and formats for "Sk8er Boi"
Region Date Format Label Ref.
United States September 9, 2002 Arista [89]
Australia October 28, 2002 CD [90]
Germany December 9, 2002 [91]
United Kingdom December 16, 2002 [92]
United States March 11, 2003 DVD [93]


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