Green Light

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Green Light
Cover
Singel Beyoncé
from the album B'Day
Released July 30 2007r. (UK)
Genre R&B, funk
Label Columbia Records
Writer Beyoncé Knowles, Pharrell Williams, Sean Garrett
Producer Beyoncé Knowles, The Neptunes
Beyoncé singles chronology
Amor Gitano
(2007r.)
Green Light
Until the End of Time
(2007r.)
B'Day track listing
Freakum Dress
(7)
Green Light
(8)
Irreplaceable
(9)
B'Day Deluxe Edition CD track listing
Irreplaceable
(2)
Green Light
(3)
Kitty Kat
(4)

Green Light is an R&B/funk song written by Beyoncé Knowles, Sean Garrett, and Pharrell Williams for Knowles' second solo studio album, B'Day (2006). Co-produced by Pharrell and Beyoncé, it was released as fifth UK single on July 30 2007.[1][2] The Freemasons remix of "Green Light" was on the BBC Radio 1 A-list by July 18 2007.

Chart performance[change | change source]

With the album version of the song being available digitally as soon as the album was released, it debuted on the UK Singles Chart at number 152 after the video aired in July 2007. The album version peaked at number seventy-seven one week before the Freemasons remix became available. Because of heavy radio airplay of the Freemasons remix, as soon as it was available, the song climbed sixty places to number seventeen the following week, and then to number twelve, giving Knowles her eleventh top twenty hit in the UK. "Green Light" became Knowles's highest charting single on downloads alone on the UK Singles Chart without a prominent featured artist. The UK commercial CD single was cancelled at the last minute.

The album version was released in the Netherlands where it debuted on the Dutch Singles Chart at number 30.

Chart (2007) Peak
position
Chile Top 100 Singles Chart [3] 86
Euro 200[4] 35
Irish Singles Chart 46
Netherlands Mega Top 50 11
Lithuania Airplay Chart[5] 21
Netherlands FMC Urban Top 50[6] 1
Poland Airplay Chart[7] 2
Romania Airplay Chart[8] 69
Russian Airplay Chart[9] 8
Singapore Airplay Chart[10] 7
UK Singles Chart 12

References[change | change source]

  1. "New UK Singles Releases". Newuksinglereleases.co.uk/. Retrieved 2007-06-23.
  2. [1]
  3. [2]
  4. Euro 200
  5. Lithuania Airplay Chart
  6. FMC Urban Top 50
  7. Polish Singles Chart apcchart.com
  8. Romania Singles Chart
  9. Russian TopHit Top 100 "Russian TopHit Top 100"
  10. Singapore AirplayChart