For Tonight

Album: Give or Take (2021)
Charted: 61
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  • This song finds Giveon singing about a forbidden romance. The singer may be hooking up with an old flame, or he could be cheating on his partner. Whatever the reason, Giveon acknowledges it's wrong, but nonetheless, he will be spending the night with his secret lover.
  • Giveon co-wrote the song alongside:

    Chicago-born singer-songwriter Marcus Semaj.

    Antonio Dixon (Beyoncé's "Best Thing I Never Had," Ariana Grande's "Baby I").

    Giveon's label boss, Sevn Thomas. He co-wrote and co-produced Giveon's breakthrough single "Heartbreak Anniversary" too.
  • Sevn Thomas also produced the track with Jahaan Sweet (Eminem's "Lucky You," and Post Malone's "Saint-Tropez") and Akeel.


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