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“Domino” by Jessie J

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    “Domino” by Jessie J (official video) is an adult pop song.

    Song Title: Domino (official video)
    Artist: Jessie J
    Album: Who You Are
    Genre: adult pop, dance, pop, dance-pop
    Composer: Copyright © 2011 Jessica Cornish (Jessie J), Lukasz Gottwald, Claude Kelly, Max Martin, Henry Walter
    Musical key: G Major
    Lead Vocals: Jessie J
    Backing Vocals: Claude Kelly
    Director: Ray Kay
    Producer: Dr. Luke (Lukasz Gottwald), Cirkut
    Recorded: 2011, Conway Recording Studios and eightysevenfourteen studios, Los Angeles, California
    Released: 29 August 2011
    Label: Lava, Universal Republic
    Number of listens: 21189
    Current rank: 110 (updated weekly)
    Highest rank: 56 (play the video all the way through to register a vote for this song)

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    Summary quotation from Wikipedia:

    “Domino” is a song by English singer-songwriter Jessie J from her debut studio album, Who You Are (2011). The song was released on 29 August 2011 as the fifth single from the album. Musicially, “Domino” is a dance-pop song with influences of disco and R&B. It was written by Jessie J, Dr. Luke, Claude Kelly, Max Martin, and Cirkut, and it was produced by Dr. Luke and Cirkut. The song became Jessie J’s second number-one single in the UK, following the Dr. Luke-produced “Price Tag” (2011). In the United States, the song peaked at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her most successful single in the USA. It was used in Disney’s Re-Micks. The song was nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Single at the 2013 BRIT Awards.

Background and composition

    “Domino” was written by Lukasz Gottwald, Claude Kelly, Max Martin, Henry Walter, and Jessie J herself. The production of the song was helmed by Gottwald under his stage name Dr. Luke and Cirkut (record producer). In July, 2011, Jessie J teased her fans via her official Twitter profile whilst posting 21-second clip of the song. “Domino” officially premiered on 16 August 2011 on Jessie J’ official YouTube account. During an interview with MTV Buzzworthy, Jessie J further explained the concept behind the song, “People have heard ‘Domino’ and said ‘it’s nothing like you.’ But I’m like well the album’s really eclectic anyway, and I never go into the studio and say ‘I wanna do another song that’s like ‘Price Tag’ or another song like ‘Do It Like a Dude’.” In the same interview Jessie J unveiled that she listened to Whitney Houston and Prince a lot, so she came up with an idea to write a song that is “timeless, fun and uplifting”. The song was released as lead single from the platinum edition of Jessie J’s debut album Who You Are and fifth overall.

    “Domino” is a primarily a dance pop and pop rock song, but it also draws influences from disco and R&B. It is written in the key of G major with a tempo of 124 beats per minute, following the chord progression G5—Gsus—G—Gsus. Jessie’s vocals span from D4 to D5.

Music video

    After recovering from an injury to her foot (which had forced her to pull out of Katy Perry’s California Dreams Tour under doctor’s orders in 2011), Jessie J then resumed filming and by 11 November she announced on her official Twitter page that that they have finished shooting the video. It eventually premiered on 26 December 2011. This version was directed by Ray Kay, and depicts her in various costumes.

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