Monday, February 4, 2013

    Girl on Fire

 (by:Alicia Keys)

"Girl on Fire"

Main version cover
Single by Alicia Keys
from the album Girl on Fire
Released September 4, 2012
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2012
Genre R&B, hip hop
Length 3:44
Label RCA
Writer(s) Alicia Keys, Jeff Bhasker, Salaam Remi, Billy Squier
Producer Alicia Keys, Jeff Bhasker, Salaam Remi
Alicia Keys singles chronology
"New Day"
"Girl on Fire"
"Brand New Me"
Music video
"Girl on Fire" on YouTube

"Girl on Fire" is a song by American singer-songwriter Alicia Keys from her fifth studio album, Girl on Fire (2012). It was written and produced by Keys, Jeff Bhasker, Salaam Remi. The song is an R&B and hip hop ballad. American rock guitarist Billy Squier also earns a writing credit on the song for the inclusion of drums taken from his 1980 song "The Big Beat". Released on September 4, 2012, as the lead single from the album of the same name, "Girl on Fire" is Keys' first release under RCA Records following the closure of J Records, after a reorganisation at Sony Music Entertainment.
"Girl on Fire" was inspired by Keys' giving birth to her son Egypt and marriage to husband Swizz Beatz. Keys recorded a three-track suite for the song, consisting of the main version in addition to two remixes. The first remix titled "Inferno" adds two new verses from Trinidadian hip hop artist Nicki Minaj whilst the second mix titled "Bluelight" strips back the drums and piano leaving a sparse bass-led production and re-recorded "smokey" vocals. "Girl on Fire" opened to extremely positive reviews from critics, with many praising Keys' vocals and the songs production. Keys performed "Girl on Fire" for the first time at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards on September 6, 2012, where she was joined by Minaj and American gymnastics gold-medalist Gabby Douglas.


Background and release

"Girl on Fire" is the lead single and title track from Keys' fifth studio album Girl on Fire (2012). Alongside the main single, Keys recorded two other versions: the Inferno Remix which features new verses from Trinnidadian hip-hop artist Nicki Minaj and a Bluelight Remix which strips back the vocals and production from the main single.[1][2] Gerrick Kennedy from the LA Times spoke of the multiple versions of the song commenting that the main single was most likely made for pop radio, but noted that Minaj's verses on the Inferno Remix would probably get noticed more.[2] On being able to premiere her new song at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards Keys said,
Debuting a new song at the VMAs is definitely special. I debuted 'No One' at the VMAs — it was the first time anyone in the world heard 'No One,' Keys said. "It's the perfect setting. It's the right energy. It's the right vibe. People are so excited about the night of music and hearing different styles that it just goes over really well. I can't wait![3]

Music and lyrics

Main version

"Girl on Fire" is a midtempo R&B and hip hop[4] song written by Keys, Jeff Bhasker, Salaam Remi and American rock guitarist Billy Squier.[5][6] Squier earns a writing credit for the inclusion of a sample of the drum track from Squier's 1980's song "The Big Beat".[3] Composed on the key of A major, "Girl on Fire" uses common time and is set to a "heavy beat" at a tempo of 96 beats per minute.[5] Key's vocals range in the song over an octave from a lote note of C♯3 up to a high note of E5.[5] On the main single, Keys opens the songs with the lyrics "She got both feet on the ground and she's burning it down. She got her head in the clouds and she's not backing down. This girl is on fire!"[1] Keys' lyrics centre around toasting the "achievements of women everywhere", particularly with the hook "She's just a girl and she's on fire", which according to MTV's Rob Markman is delivered with a "calming-yet-commanding wail".[3] Markman also spoke of the pace of the song, describing it as "pulsating".[3] LA Time's Gerrick Kenndey expanded further describing the songs components as "a fierce battlecry over a fast-building simplistic hook".[2] Critics likened "Girl on Fire" to Keys' previous singles "No One" (2007) and "Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart" (2009).[2][3] Throwing "If I Ain't Got You" (2004) into the list of comparisons, Erin Thompson from Seattle Weekly said "Girl on Fire" compares to previous Keys' ballads with its "quiet, unassuming verses leading into big, empathic choruses."[7]

Nicki Minaj is featured on the Inferno remix of the song.

Inferno version

The Inferno remix features Trinidadian hip hop artist Nicki Minaj. Based on the same melody and production as the main single, the inferno remix contains two verses from Minaj. The first two verses of the song were described as "understated" by Carl Williot from Idolator, with Minaj leading the remix with a rap.[4] She raps "Took me on the balcony, telling me to jump with her/ Yeah I'm in the ghost but I ain't doing stunts with her/ I ain't trying to be that, haters want to see that/ But I got 'em aggy, cause I win the gold like Gabby".[1] Minaj also talks about being haunted by the ghost of Marilyn Monroe.[1] In the second verse from Minaj, the subject matter switches to her fans the "Barbz" with the lyric ""And to my core fans, keep reppin' me/ Do it till the death of me/ 'X' in the box, cause ain't nobody checkin' me."[1] Markman noted that in this verse, Minaj switched her delivery style to "more of a whisper".[3] Entertainment Weekly's Kyle Anderson described Minaj's verses as "more prominent" than Keys' and noted that the production was influenced by garage music.[8]

Bluelight version

By contrast, the Bluelight version features a slower production and re-recorded vocals.[1] According to the LA Times' Gerrick Kennedy, the Bluelight remix has a production based on "dripping" synths and "light" chord progressions. Kennedy particularly noted a difference in Keys' vocal tone, describing it as "smokey" and comparable to that see on Keys' 2009 single "Un-Thinkable (I'm Ready)".[2] Mark Edward Nero from also compared the "Girl on Fire" to Keys' single "You Don't Know My Name" (2003).[6] Idolator's Carl Williot described how on this stripped version, "gone is Minaj, gone are the piano plinks and gone are the martial drums" completely changing the composition of the Bluelight version. Williot described how Keys' vocals take on a "more emotional performance" while the melody is replaced with "faint bass drops and a hushed drum machine".[9]


Critical response

The song received widespread positive reviews. Jon Pareles from the New York Times described "Girl on Fire" and the previously released song "New Day" as "booming anthems" and the complete opposite to Girl on Fire's ballads which feature just Keys' vocals and a piano.[10] Rob Markman from MTV's RapFix blog described "Girl on Fire" as a "high-powered Alicia ballad" just like previous singles "No One" and "Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart".[3] Agreeing with those comparisons was Gerrick Kennedy from the LA Times who went on to describe the main single as a "sweeping ballad with powerful vocals and an anthemic hook". Then commenting on the remixes Kennedy said that on the Inferno remix, Minaj's "fluid verses" and an "added thump" might make that version of the song get noticed more, while its the Bluelight version Kennedy called the "most intoxicating". On the latter Kennedy said "it would be unfortunate to overlook" due to Keys' sensual vocal tone.[2] Kyle Anderson from Entertainment Weekly commented that the "hook was weak" and that Minaj verses were much stronger, supporting the song.[8]
By contrast, Charley Rogulewski from Vibe said it was "Keys who stands out on the track. [She] lays down powerful and flawless vocals over her trademark piano punches and a trash-can-lid beat."[11] Erin Thomposn from Seattle Weekly praised Keys' on the song for making the "often cheesy" girlpower theme seem "genuinely stirring and elegant", commenting that "only Alicia Keys could do it". Describing the chorus of the song, Thompson said "it booms with thudding drums as her drawn-out notes soar on top. It's heavily bombastic, but the drama of it makes it memorable, and the hooky melody is beautiful and exhilarating. Keys seems to have to set out to make a statement song about power, and it's undeniable that she's succeeded in that".[7] Speaking of the song's inferno remix, Idolator's Carl Williot agreed with previous reviewers particularly noting Keys' vocals, using term "trademark soaring vocals" to describe Keys' performance on the song.[4]

Commercial performance

In the chart week ending September 7, 2012, "Girl on Fire" debuted on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at number 67. This in part was driven by 2.1 million radio impressions according to Nielsen BDS.[12] The song rose to number seven in its fifth week, becoming her fifteenth Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. It has peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song has also become an international hit for Keys, reaching number one in Austria, South Korea, and Slovakia, the Top 5 in the Netherlands, Israel, Denmark, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, France, and the United Kingdom, and a Top 20 hit in the USA, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Italy, Finland, Hungary, and Spain.

Music video

Main version
The music video for the song, premiered on BET's 106 & Park on October 19, 2012, and was directed by Sophie Muller.[13] The video portrays Keys as a working mother caring for her kids and an elderly mother, has received wide acclaim from critics. Christopher Farley from the Wall Street Journal was of the opinion that Keys is making 21st century domesticity sexy, and is "an intriguing move for a pop-soul star". Rolling Stone magazine says Keys "applies glamour and magic to household chores", and made reference to Mary Poppins being an inspiration in the videos magic scene.[14]
Inferno remix version
The video for the Inferno remix was uploaded to VEVO on November 2, 2012. It is much the same video as the main version but with Minaj's scenes pasted in the video. With Minaj's first verse, she appears in front of a red and black wall wearing a black and white outfit. In Minaj's second verse, we see her singing on a TV screen wearing a black outfit and having a starry night sky behind her.

Live performances

Keys performed "Girl on Fire" for the first time at 2012 MTV Video Music Awards on September 6, 2012, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.[12] She was joined by Nicki Minaj who rapped her verses from the Inferno Remix of the song as well as the 2012 Summer Olympics gymnastics gold medalist Gabby Douglas who performed during the second half of the song.[15] The Team USA female gymnasts performed a brief routine while Keys was introduced to the stage.[16] Keys was dressed in a "pewter-colored top and black form-fitting tights."[15] Minaj was dressed in a "black hooded top and bright blonde wig".[16] During the performance, Keys began stood up at a keyboard before walking down the steps to the main stage.[16] It was only after Minaj rapped the line "But I got 'em aggy, cause I win the gold like Gabby", did Douglas appear on stage with a brief routine containing cartwheels, jumps and back hand springs.[17] American Superstar magazine described the performance a "true TV performance" thanks in part Minaj and Douglas, as well as "Keys hit[ting] many high notes — and then some". The magazine concluded that the performance was "sexy, yet intimate".[18] Indie band fun.'s guitarist said he thought Keys' performance could be "that performance that people will be talking about for 10 years".[19] VH1's Sabrina Rojas Weiss agreed, stating that it was "just due to Keys' soaring vocals" but also Douglas' surprise appearance.[19] "Girl on Fire" was performed on ITunes Festival on September 28, 2012.[20] Keys performed the song live on the UK version of The X Factor on 18 November.[21] On November 12, 2012 Alicia Performed New Music like "Girl On Fire" and another new song off her upcoming album titled "Brand New Me" + Our Favorites On VH1 Storytellers. On November 11, 2012 Alicia took the MTV Europe Music Awards stage by storm with a jaw-dropping performance of her new songs "New Day" and "Girl On Fire" On November 20th at 7:00 PM EST, Alicia exclusively performed on YouTube Live Stream with Google+ Hangout, also premiering her new album, "Girl on Fire" for the very first time. The "Girl On Fire" singer performed on November 26, 2012 on Good Morning America, as well as November 29, 2012 on The X Factor USA. On January 21, 2013, Keys sang the song with modified lyrics during President Barack Obama's Inaugural Balls, which celebrated his second term.[22][23] On January 25, 2013, Keys did a medley of the song with "New Day" and "Brand New Me" at Los Premios 40 Principales in Spain.[24] The next day, she sang "Girl on Fire" in Cannes, France during the NRJ Music Awards.[25]

Track listing

  • Digital download[26]
  1. "Girl on Fire" – 3:44
  • Digital download[27]
  1. "Girl on Fire" (Bluelight remix) – 4:22
  • Digital download[28]
  1. "Girl on Fire" (Inferno remix) (featuring Nicki Minaj) – 4:30
  1. "Girl on Fire" – 3:44
  2. "Girl on Fire" (Inferno version) (featuring Nicki Minaj) – 4:30
  1. "Girl on Fire" – 3:44
  2. "Girl on Fire" (Inferno version) (featuring Nicki Minaj) – 4:30
  3. "Girl on Fire" (Bluelight version) – 4:22
  4. "Girl on Fire" (Instrumental version) – 3:45

Credits and personnel

  • Recorded at Jungle City Studios (NYC), Oven Studios (NYC) & The Record Plant (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Producer, writer, lead & background vocals - Alicia Keys
  • Producer, writer, CP-70 piano, organ - Jeff Bhasker
  • Producer, writer, drum-programming - Salaam Remi
  • Writer - Billy Squier
  • Big drums - Dylan Wissing
  • Engineerd and recorded by Ann Mincieli
  • Big drums engineerd by Ken Lewis
  • Assistant engineers - Val Brathwaite, Ramon Rivas, Ghazi Hourani
  • Mixed by Manny Marroquin
  • Mix assistant – Chris Galland

Charts and certifications

Weekly charts

Chart (2012–13) Peak
Australia (ARIA)[32] 12
Australia Urban (ARIA)[33] 2
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[34] 1
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[35] 6
Belgium (Ultratop 40 Wallonia)[36] 7
Canada (Canadian Hot 100)[37] 18
Czech Republic (IFPI)[38] 9
Denmark (Tracklisten)[39] 5
Finland (Suomen virallinen lista)[40] 17
France (SNEP)[41] 5
Germany (Media Control AG)[42] 4
Hungary (Rádiós Top 40)[43] 6
Ireland (IRMA)[44] 15
Israel (Media Forest)[45] 5
Italy (FIMI)[46] 18
Japan (Billboard Japan Hot 100)[47] 5
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[48] 5
New Zealand (RIANZ)[49] 7
Norway (VG-lista)[50] 13
Romania (Romanian Top 100)[51] 62
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[52] 6
Slovakia (IFPI)[53] 1
South Korea (Gaon International Chart)[54] 1
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[55] 10
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[56] 29
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[57] 5
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[58] 5
US Billboard Hot 100[59] 11
US Pop Songs (Billboard)[60] 10
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)[61] 2
US Hot Dance Club Songs (Billboard)[62] 25
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)[63] 29

Year-end charts

Chart (2012) Position
Austrian Singles Chart[64] 57
Australian Singles Chart[65] 69
Belgian Singles Chart (Flanders)[66] 62
Belgian Singles Chart (Wallonia)[67] 92
Dutch Top 40[68] 25
Dutch Mega Single 100[69] 21
German Singles Chart[70] 48
Swiss Singles Chart[71] 42
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[72] 79


Region Certification Sales/shipments
Australia (ARIA)[33] 2× Platinum 140,000^
Belgium (BEA)[73] Gold 15,000*
Germany (BVMI)[74] Gold 150,000^
Italy (FIMI)[75] Gold 15,000*
Netherlands (NVPI)[76] Gold 10,000^
New Zealand (RIANZ)[77] Platinum 15,000*
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[78] Platinum 30,000x
*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Radio and release history

List of radio and release dates, showing country, format, version and record label
Region Date Format Version Label
France September 4, 2012 Digital download Main single,[79] Inferno remix,[80] Bluelight remix[81] Sony Music
Germany Inferno remix[82]
United States Main single,[26] Inferno remix,[28] Bluelight remix[27] RCA Records
September 11, 2012 Rhythmic,[83] Urban,[84] radio Inferno remix
Urban AC radio[84] Bluelight remix
October 16, 2012 Mainstream / CHR radio[85] Main version, Inferno remix
Adult contemporary radio[86] Main version
Germany November 2, 2012 CD single[29] Main single, Inferno remix Sony Music
United Kingdom November 18, 2012 Digital download Remixes EP[30] RCA Records


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