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Automatic (Danny Fernandes song)

"Automatic"
Belly
from the album AutomaticLUV
Released 31 August 2010 (on iTunes)
Format Digital download
Recorded 2010
Genre Pop
Dance
Length 3:10
Label CP Records
Producer Alex 'Pilzbury' Vujic
Danny Fernandes singles chronology

"Addicted"
(2009)
"Automatic"
(2010)
"Take Me Away"
(2011)

Belly singles chronology
"Hot Girl"
(2009)
"Automatic"
(2010)
"Take Me Away"
(2011)
Music video
YouTube

"Automatic" is a 2010 single by Canadian Danny Fernandes featuring fellow Canadian Belly from Danny Fernandes's second studio album AutomaticLUV.

"Automatic", released on CP Records, is the first single from his new album after five consecutive singles from his debut album Intro.

Chart

Chart (2010) Peak
Position
Canadian Hot 100[1] 41

Music video

In the video (directed by Mike Portoghese), Danny Fernandes plays a robot version of himself. Belly plays a cyborg commanding an army of faceless troops.[2]

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