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Change Clothes

"Change Clothes"
Single by Jay-Z featuring Pharrell Williams
from the album The Black Album
Released November 4, 2003
Format 12" Single, CD single
Recorded Baseline Studeios, NYC by Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton for Loreal Inc.
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Length 4:18
Label Roc-A-Fella, Def Jam
Writer(s) Shawn Carter, Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo
Producer(s) The Neptunes
Jay-Z singles chronology
"Excuse Me Miss"
(2003)
"Change Clothes"
(2003)
"Dirt off Your Shoulder"
(2004)
Pharrell Williams singles chronology
"Crazy in Love"(2003) "Change Clothes"
(2003)
"Drop It Like It's Hot"
(2004)

"Change Clothes" was the first official single from rapper Jay-Z's studio album The Black Album. It featured additional vocals by Pharrell Williams and was produced by The Neptunes. The song reached #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in December, 2003.[1] The video directed by Chris Robinson features appearances from talk show host Kelly Ripa, models Naomi Campbell, Jessica White, Liliana Dominguez, Jade Cole (of Cycle 6 of America's Next Top Model), D. Woods, formerly of Danity Kane, singer Omahyra Mota, Mey Bun and rapper Mos Def.

In Danger Mouse's Grey Album remix, the cello and harpsichord arrangement from "Piggies", from the Beatles album The Beatles (more commonly known as The White Album), is mixed with this song.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • CD single, Pt. 1 1.1
    • CD single, Pt. 2 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Track listing

CD single, Pt. 1

  1. "Change Clothes""
  2. "What More Can I Say"

CD single, Pt. 2

  1. "Change Clothes"
  2. "Excuse Me Miss"
  3. "I Just Wanna Luv U (Give It 2 Me)"
  4. "Change Clothes" (Video)

See also

References

  1. ^ Billboard - Google Boeken. Books.google.com. 2003-12-27. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 

External links


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