Lift Off

Lift Off
Single par Jay-Z et Kanye West featuring Beyoncé
extrait de l’album Watch the Throne
Sortie 23 août 2011 (radio)
Enregistrement 2010—2011
Drapeau d'Australie Australie
Durée 4:26
Genre Rap, R'n'B
Format Téléchargement digital
Compositeur Kanye West, Jeff Bhasker, Mike Dean, Q-Tip (co.), Pharrell Williams (co.), Don Jazzy (add.)
Auteur-compositeur Kanye West, Shawn Carter, Jeff Bhasker, Pharrell Williams, Peter Hernandez, Seal Samuel[1]
Label Roc-A-Fella, Roc Nation, Def Jam
Singles de Jay-Z
Otis (2011)
Niggas in Paris (2011)
Singles de Kanye West
Lost in the World (2011)
Niggas in Paris (2011)
Singles de Beyoncé
Best Thing I Never Had (2011)
Countdown (2011)

Lift Off est une chanson de Jay-Z et Kanye West, en duo avec Beyoncé, 3e single extrait de leur album commun Watch the Throne. Initialement annoncé comme 1er single, le titre a été publié en radio le 23 août 2011.


Le titre est produit par Kanye West, Jeff Bhasker et Mike Dean, et coproduit par Q-Tip, Pharrell Williams et Don Jazzy [1]. Bruno Mars, un temps annoncé en featuring sur le titre[2], a participé à l'écriture des paroles. Le chanteur Seal a également participé aux paroles et aux chœurs[1].

Le titre a été enregistré à Sydney en Australie[1].


Classement (2011) Meilleure
Drapeau d'Australie Australie (ARIA) 81
Drapeau de Corée du Sud Corée du Sud[3] 1
Drapeau du Royaume-Uni UK R&B (The Official Charts Company)[4] 15
Drapeau du Royaume-Uni UK Singles (The Official Charts Company)[5] 48

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