Say You Do

Album: Brighter Days (2016)
Charted: 5


  • Sigala teamed up with a fellow DJ powerhouse DJ Fresh for this dance anthem. Sigala's brand of tropical house is revved up to a drum and bass tempo by Fresh.
  • The song features vocals by 16 year-old singer Imani. The teenager recalled how the collaboration came about. "Sigala and I have the same management but before Sigala was Sigala, he was doing amazing productions for so many artists," she told Celeb Mix. "He wasn't really doing his own thing. So he's worked with me since I was 14 and we did a lot of songs. We experimented a lot, probably some songs I'd be embarrassed about now, one day we just wrote 'Say You Do' in a session, that I came straight from BRIT school and then somehow that song really blew up."
  • This interpolates the "do-do-do-do" vocal hook from Mariah Carey's 1996 hit "Always Be My Baby." Fifth Harmony previously sampled the same hook on their tribute tune to the Queen of R&B, "Like Mariah."
  • The video was filmed in Port Antonio, Jamaica and features Imani bouncing around the Caribbean seashore. Neither Sigala or DJ Fresh feature in the clip.


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