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Keri Hilson-Knock You Down From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search "Knock You Down" Single by Keri Hilson featuring Kanye West & Ne-Yo from the album In a Perfect World... Released March 24, 2009 (2009-03-24) (See release history) Format Digital download, CD single Recorded 2009 Genre Pop, R&B, hip hop Length 5:29 (Album Version) 4:12 (Radio & Video Versions) Label Interscope (See release history) Writer(s) Keri Hilson, Nathaniel Hills, Marcella Araica, Kevin "KC" Cossom, Shaffer Smith, Kanye West Producer Danja Certification Platinum (RIANZ) Gold (RIAA) Keri Hilson singles chronology "Turnin' Me On" (2008) "Knock You Down" (2009) "Number One (2009) Kanye West singles chronology "Amazing" (2009) "Knock You Down" (2009) "Paranoid" (2009) Ne-Yo singles chronology "Mad" (2008) "Knock You Down" (2009) "Part of the List" (2009) "Knock You Down" is the fourth U.S. single from Keri Hilson's debut album, In a Perfect World.... The song features rapper Kanye West and R&B singer Ne-Yo. The music video for the song premiered on March 23, 2009, one day before the release of the album. The song was released as the second single in the United Kingdom on 22 June 2009. The songs features the lyric "This is bad, real bad, Michael Jackson", which was said to be 'a bit spooky' by Keri Hilson, because of the fact it was released just 3 days before Michael Jackson's death. The song is Hilson's most successful single as a lead vocalist peaking at number 3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, selling over 1 million downloads, and number 5 on the UK Top 40, making it her 2nd top 10 single overall, after "The Way I Are", with her associate D.O.E. and musical mentor Timbaland both in the US and UK. The single was certified Gold by the RIAA and Platinum by the RIANZ. Contents [hide] 1 Release 2 Music video 3 Track listing 4 Reception and perfomance 5 Chart Performance 5.1 Chart positions 5.2 Procession and succession 6 Release history 7 References 8 External links  Release It was written by Nathaniel Hills, Marcella Araica, Kevin "KC" Cossom, Shaffer Smith, Keri Hilson and Kanye West. Like most of the songs on the album, Hilson made final amendments to the song before it was recorded. Danja executive produced the single. Hilson said that she had always wanted to work with Ne-Yo and Kanye West, YouTube-Knock You Down Keri Hilson Feat. Ne-Yo & Kanye West
YouTube-David Sides performs "Knock You Down"
and West's vocals were a last minute addition to the single. It was confirmed on Hilson's official video blog album countdown. The radio edit features Hilson performing additional ornamentation over Kanye's verses, omits her own last verse before the final chorus, and the outro of the album version. Promotion Hilson and West performed the song on May 4, 2009 on The Late Show with David Letterman. Keri Hilson performed the song at the 2009 BET Awards as part of a medley which also included previous hit "Turnin' Me On".  Music video The music video for "Knock You Down" was shot in Los Angeles, California with director Chris Robinson (director). In the video's first scene Hilson is filmed free-falling in the bedroom of her apartment. The next scene follows her life with Kanye West playing her love interest, after which Ne-Yo takes over playing another love interest during his verses. The final part of the video features a split screen which on the left shows what is happening in the present when West sees Hilson talking with Ne-Yo while the right side of the screen relays the first part of YouTube-Keri Hilson Knock you down (with lyrics)
the video in black and white. The final scene is a small confrontation between her two love interests and the video ends with Hilson's free-falling scene shown again. There are no specific dance routines featured in the video. In spite of this, the video has been known for its sex appeal due to the fact that Hilson is laying down in bed wearing nothing more than her undergarments and an extremely thin, see-through undershirt. During West's line "This is bad, real bad: Michael Jackson", Hilson is shown mouthing the lyrics and grabbing her crotch in a Jackson-esque manner. The lines were referring to Michael Jackson's song Bad. It was premiered on Access Granted on March 23, 2009. Nick Tershay of Diamond Supply Co. makes a cameo in the video during Kanye West's verse. San Diego Chargers linebacker Shawne Merriman also makes a cameo. On May 14, the video made its UK premiere on Channel Four and 4 Music, quickly soaring up video request charts and radio airplay.The song quickly rose on BET 106 & Park countdown show it debuted at number 9 and then peaked at number 1. This video is expected by many to reach its 65 day limit on 106 & Park thus it would have to retire.  Track listing Europe CD Single "Knock You Down" (Radio edit) – 4:12 "Knock You Down" (Radio edit instrumental) – 4:12 Digital Download "Knock You Down" (Radio edit) – 4:12 US Promo CD "Knock You Down" (Radio edit) – 4:12 "Knock You Down" (Album edit) – 5:29 "Knock You Down" (Instrumental) – 4:12  Reception and perfomance Chris Williams of Billboard magazine gave the song a positive review, says that this song will follow in the success of her previous single "Turnin' Me On" while commenting on the song's thumping bass-beat verses with a transition to a frenetic midtempo groove for the chorus, as Hilson sings about love's surprise punch. Williams also comments "With a vocal assist from Ne-Yo and a clever guest rap by Kanye West, it appears Hilson is intent on a knockout punch of her own." Tracy Garraud of Vibe magazine also gave the song a positive review, and called the song a beaming mid-tempo featuring Ne-Yo and Kanye West that pounds heavier than love at first sight. Glenn Gamboa of Newsday comments on the songs bouncy synths and that Kanye West sets the mood off the top, rhyming before Hilson even starts singing. Digital Spy gave the song a mixed review commenting on the song: "First, the good news. 'Knock You Down', a midtempo Danja production built around a stabbing synth riff, sounds like a more obvious hit than "Return the Favor". Sadly, it also illustrates that Hilson's greatest blessing as a performer - her connections - can be a bit of a curse. Getting two R&B A-listers to appear on your track should be a real coup, but not when one's got a more distinctive voice than you and the other steals the show with some typically ballsy rapping." Sal Cinquemani of Slant gave the song a negative review, commenting: "Knock You Down" features a candy-sampled hook going unnoticed and yet another guest rap by Kanye West rhyming atop a thumping club beat. West's gasp-filled performance—marred by loud, ill-placed breaths—suggests he's been sprinting a little too quickly from studio to studio in an apparent effort to collect the most guest-spot checks in the industry, and the song's cheeky domestic abuse metaphor is, at best, poorly timed, but hey, it's already garnering airplay at urban radio, so who cares, right?  Chart Performance The song has proven to be Hilson's most successful single worldwide. Apart from being her second top five single on the Billboard Hot 100 a lead artist (her first being "The Way I Are" with Timbaland and D.O.E. as a featured artist which peaked at #3), "Knock You Down" is her first single to enter the ARIA 50 chart, surpassing the peak of her song "Return the Favor" on the UK charts as well her highest charting single in Canada. It also debuted as the highest new entry on the Irish Singles Chart at #2, surpassing her debut single "Return the Favour", which entered the chart and peaked at #19.  Chart positions Chart (2009) Peak position Australian ARIA Singles Chart 24 Canadian Hot 100 12 Danish Singles Chart 36 Dutch Top 40 27 Eurochart Hot 100 13 Japan Hot 100 Singles 5 Irish Singles Chart 2 New Zealand Singles Chart 1 Swedish Singles Chart 17 Turkey Top 20 Chart 7 UK Singles Chart 5 UK R&B Chart 2 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 3 U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 1 U.S. Billboard Mainstream Top 40  9 U.S. Billboard Pop 100 9  Procession and succession Preceded by "We Made You" by Eminem New Zealand RIANZ singles chart number-one single May 18, 2009- June 29, 2009 Succeeded by "I Gotta Feeling" by Black Eyed Peas Preceded by "Birthday Sex" by Jeremih Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs number-one single June 13, 2009- June 27, 2009 Succeeded by "Best I Ever Had" by Drake  Release history Region Date Format Label North America March 24, 2009 Digital download Interscope, Universal Airplay Australia Digital download, CD single Universal United Kingdom May 4, 2009 Digital download Polydor June 22, 2009 CD single  References ^ http://www.rianz.org.nz/rianz/chart.asp ^ http://www.foxbusiness.com/story/keri-hilsons-knock-goes-gold-single-goes--itunes-rb-chart--crossover-radio ^ http://www.amazon.co.uk/Knock-You-Down-Keri-Hilson/dp/B002BSQ4TU/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1244054555&sr=8-2 ^ http://new.music.yahoo.com/blogs/chart_watch/39845/week-ending-july-12-2009-records-fall-as-jackson-surge-intensifies/ ^ http://www.foxbusiness.com/story/keri-hilsons-knock-goes-gold-single-goes--itunes-rb-chart--crossover-radio ^ http://www.rap-up.com/ ^ http://www.rap-up.com/2009/05/05/video-keri-kanye-perform-on-letterman/ ^ http://hmv.com/hmvweb/displayProductDetails.do?ctx=280;-1;-1;-1;-1&sku=988627 ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/reviews-singles/knock-you-down-not-listed-1003958670.story ^ http://www.vibe.com/music/revolutions/2009/03/keri_hilson_in_a_perfect_world/ 2009 ^ http://www.newsday.com/news/columnists/ny-etdrops6080233mar24a,0,6697487.column ^ Digi: review keri's new single ^ http://www.slantmagazine.com/music/music_review.asp?ID=1684 ^ "ARIA Charts - Week Commencing: 29 June 2009". Australian Recording Industry Association. Aria.com.au. June 29, 2009. http://www.aria.com.au/pages/documents/echarts/chart_aria.pdf. Retrieved on 2009-06-28. ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/charts/chart_display.jsp?f=Canadian+Hot+100&pageNumber=Top+11-50&g=Singles ^ http://www.hitlisten.nu/ ^ http://www.radio538.nl/web/show/id=875994 ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/charts/chart_display.jsp?f=European+Hot+100+Singles&pageNumber=Top+11-50&g=Singles ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/charts/chart_display.jsp?f=Japan+Hot+100+Singles&pageNumber=Top+11-50&g=Singles ^ http://www.irma.ie/aucharts.asp/ ^ http://www.rianz.org.nz/rianz/chart.asp ^ http://www.sverigetopplistan.se/ ^ "Turkey Top 20 Chart". Billboard Turkiye. Billboard. July 13, 2009. http://www.billboard.com.tr/pages/Turkiye_top20.aspx/. Retrieved on 2009-07-13. ^ http://acharts.us/uk_singles_top_75 ^ "Top 40 RnB Singles: 24.05.2009". The Official Charts Company. BBC Radio 1. bbc.co.uk.. http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/chart/rnbsingles.shtml. Retrieved on 2009-05-27. ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/retrieve_chart_history.do?model.vnuArtistId=570704&model.vnuAlbumId=1181069 ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/esearch/chart_display.jsp?cfi=367&cfgn=Singles&cfn=Hot+R%26amp%3BB%2FHip-Hop+Songs&ci=3107164&cdi=10165439&cid=04%2F04%2F2009 ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/charts/chart_display.jsp?f=Mainstream+Top+40&pageNumber=Top+11-20&g=Singles ^ http://www.billboard.com/#/charts/pop-songs ^ http://www.amazon.co.uk/Knock-You-Down/dp/B0027UC77K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=dmusic&qid=1244054555&sr=8-1 ^ http://www.amazon.co.uk/Knock-You-Down-Keri-Hilson/dp/B002BSQ4TU/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1244054555&sr=8-2  External links "Knock You Down" music video at YouTube Keri Hilson's official website [show]v • d • eKeri Hilson Albums In a Perfect World... Singles "Energy" · "Return the Favor" · "Turnin' Me On" · "Knock You Down" · "Slow Dance" Featured singles "Hey Now (Mean Muggin)" · "Help" · "The Way I Are" · "Good Things" · "Scream" · "Hero" · "Superhuman" · "Numba 1 (Tide Is High)" · "Know Your Name" · "Number One" Related articles Discography · Timbaland · Polow da Don · Danja · The Clutch · Jim Beanz · Zone 4 · Mosley Music Group [show]v • d • eKanye West Studio albums The College Dropout · Late Registration · Graduation · 808s & Heartbreak Live albums Late Orchestration Singles "Through the Wire" · "All Falls Down" · "Jesus Walks" · "The New Workout Plan" · "Diamonds from Sierra Leone" · "Gold Digger" · "Heard 'Em Say" · "Touch the Sky" · "Drive Slow" · "Classic (Better Than I've Ever Been)" · "Can't Tell Me Nothing" · "Stronger" · "Good Life" · "Flashing Lights" · "Homecoming" · "Love Lockdown" · "Heartless" · "Amazing" · "Paranoid" Featured singles "Slow Jamz" · "This Way" · "Down & Out" · "Talk About Our Love" · "The Food" · "Selfish" · "I Changed My Mind" · "The Corner" · "Go!" · "Number One" · "Brand New" · "Extravaganza" · "Grammy Family" · "Number One" · "Wouldn't Get Far" · "I Still Love H.E.R." · "Pro Nails" · "Finer Things" · "American Boy" · "Put On" · "Everybody" · "Stay Up! (Viagra)" · "Swagga Like Us" · "Plastic" · "Go Hard" · "The Big Screen" · "Knock You Down" · "Kinda Like a Big Deal" · "Walkin' on the Moon" · "Supernova" · "Maybach Music 2" · "Make Her Say" · "Run This Town" Other songs "Hey Mama" · "Us Placers" · "Champion" · "Good Morning" · "Therapy" · "See You in My Nightmares" · "Welcome to Heartbreak" DVDs The College Dropout Video Anthology · Late Orchestration · Late Registration Video Anthology Headlining tours School Spirit Tour · Touch the Sky Tour · Glow in the Dark Tour Related articles Discography · Production discography · Awards and nominations · GOOD Music · Child Rebel Soldier · Past Tell Clothing [show]v • d • eNe-Yo Albums In My Own Words · Because of You · Year of the Gentleman Singles "Stay" · "So Sick" · "When You're Mad" · "Sexy Love" · "Because of You" · "Do You" · "Can We Chill" · "Go On Girl" · "Closer" · "Miss Independent" · "Mad" · "Part of the List" Featured singles "Back Like That" · "Sexual Healing" · "Make Me Better" · "Hate That I Love You" · "Bust It Baby Pt. 2" · "Finer Things" · "Single" · "Camera Phone" · "She Got Her Own" · "By My Side" · "Knock You Down" Related articles Discography · Awards and nominations Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knock_You_Down" Categories: 2009 singles | Kanye West songs | Keri Hilson songs | Music videos directed by Chris Robinson | Ne-Yo songs | Songs produced by Danja | Songs written by Keri Hilson | Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs number-one singles | Billboard Rhythmic Airplay number-one singles | Electropop songs | Rhythm and blues songs
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