by Akon

Album: Freedom (2008)
Charted: 8 19
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  • This sweet, romantic track features Kardinal Offishal and Colby O'Donis from Akon's Konvict label. Akon explained to Blues and Soul magazine why he collaborated with his two label-mates. Said Akon: "With both those artists jump-starting their careers right now, I felt - with the kind of exposure I was about to get with my album - it was a wise decision let them piggyback offa that. So they can both get exposed to audiences that wouldn't normally be checking for them."
  • This was the ninth different single in UK history to use the word "beautiful" as a title. Curiously all nine of them have arrived since 1995, the first being Marillion's song of that name, which peaked at #29 in June 1995. The most successful song with that title to date has been Christina Aguilera's 2003 chart-topper.

Comments: 7

  • Essaraven from In The AirYO! Abu, Gracias for making me Laugh on this Beautiful Day, and Holdiays are coming! I really needed that laugh, yet I pray you get your truck! Next, I wanted to tell Shropshire that luv here, yet Yo is my word, and I'm taking his "Rox", bc it's Rad! Since Yo is mine, and vise versa we are still BFF! Ohhhhh! Are ya Kyle? Don't get. that's it for now! Be backkk Happy Monday!! Peace Always! Essa
  • Abu from GhanaHow do I download this truck?
  • Shadow from Shropshire, United Kingdomsongfacts is awsome and akon rox and yo to all my friends from kyle
  • Violet from Indianapolis, InI wish Akon would stop saying "konvict" at the beginning of all his songs..... gets old...we get the clue Akon!
  • King from Cloverdale, Bclove this song, I've known it before it was popular!
  • Jessica from Los Angeles, Cai like akon.he's really awsome
  • Elizabeth from Georgetown, Txi love this song!!!!!
    awesome website!!!!!!
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