Breakout

Songfacts®:

  • This is a track from British soul and R&B singer Beverley Knight's sixth studio album, 100%.
  • DJ Munro and DC Joseph produced this song, which was also co-written by Munro along with Knight.
  • Knight explained on her website: "It's a 'go out and have a great time' song!!! I wanted an anti-credit crunch, anti wallflower, feel good track, I think it hits the spot! It's the first disco-eque song I've ever done."

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