The Night Begins to Shine" is a song by the band B.E.R. popularised by the  TV series Teen Titans Go! . The song was originally written and produced in 2005 as an "'80s-style song" for a music library by Frank Enea.  The song was first featured in the  episode, " Teen Titans Go! Slumber Party" as a throwaway joke. The song became popular with fans of the show.  The song was subsequently featured in the episode, "  40%, 40%, 20%", and was prominently featured in the four-part special, "  The Day the Night Stopped Beginning to Shine and
Became Dark Even Though It Was the Day". The special also featured two other songs by B.E.R., "Forever Mine" and "Rise Up", as well as three covers of the song from  Fall Out Boy, CeeLo Green, and Puffy AmiYumi.
Commercial performance [ edit ]
Upon its official release, "The Night Begins To Shine" peaked at #23 on the
Billboard Hot Rock Songs chart and #7 on the Billboard Rock Digital Songs chart. The song also peaked at #66 on the  iTunes music charts and #1 on the iTunes rock music charts.
The song was covered by  Fall Out Boy, CeeLo Green, and Puffy AmiYumi for a four-part Teen Titans Go! storyline.
Weekly charts [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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"B.E.R. Band Official Website, Home Page, The Night Begins To Shine". B.E.R. Band Official Website, Home Page, The Night Begins To Shine . Retrieved . 2018-03-31
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". 'Teen Titans Go!' Anthem 'The Night Begins to Shine' Debuts on Rock Charts" Billboard . Retrieved . 18 August 2017
Siegel, Lucas (July 29, 2017). "Soundtrack to Teen Titans Go! "The Night Begins to Shine" event released". Syfy . Retrieved . January 13, 2018
Burlingame, Russ (July 29, 2017). "Teen Titans Go!'s Four-Night "The Night Begins To Shine" Event Gets a Soundtrack Featuring Cee-Lo Green". Comic Book . Retrieved . January 14, 2018
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"Listen: CeeLo Green covers hit song from Warner Bros.' 'Teen Titans Go!. '" axs.com . Retrieved . 15 August 2017
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"iTunesCharts.net: US Songs Saturday, 5th August 2017". www.itunescharts.net . Retrieved . 22 April 2018
"BER Chart History (Hot Rock Songs)". . Billboard