"Take Off" is a single by British pop rapper Chipmunk, released as the third single from his second studio album Transition. It is the last single to feature the stage name under Chipmunk. The song features American R&B singer Trey Songz, it was released on 15 July 2011 as a Digital download in the United Kingdom. The song's accompanying music video was released on 17 June 2011. It features appearances by both Chipmunk and Trey Songz.
Lewis Corner of Digital Spy reviewed the song stating: "It hasn't been an easy few months for Chipmunk. Having started the year on a high with his top two hit 'Champion', follow-up 'In The Air' barely scraped the top 40 and its parent album subsequently struggled to garner a top ten placing. Looking to revive his ailing chart glory, could the assistance of US hip-hop star Trey Songz be the antidote that Chippers so sorely needs? "I keep my life in a limelight/ Pap lights, award shows, red floors/ Booji bars, yes, it's what I'm meant for," Chip explains in his familiar North London street-lingo with the same modesty as a banker's Christmas bonus. Meanwhile, Trey croons, "it's like you didn't want me to take off" over a chorus of gloopy R&B beats and orchestral strings. We hate to say it, but it's going to take a helluva lot more power than this to lift Chip off the ground." .