Supafly (song)

"Supafly"
Fugative
Released 17 January 2010
Format Digital download
Recorded 2009
Genre Grime, Snap
Length 3:06 (Album Version)
3:30 (Radio Edit)
Label Hard2Beat Records
Writer(s) Fugative
Producer Da Seth
Fugative singles chronology

"Jimmy Shoe"
(2009)
"Supafly"
(2010)
"Crush"
(2010)

"Supafly" is a single by British artist, Fugative. It released on 17 January 2010 on digital download on Hard2Beat Records. The track charted at number 48 on the UK Singles Chart.

Remixes

There were six remixes available on digital download of "Supafly" - the longest is the "Static Shokx Remix", with runs for 6:06. Other remixes include the "A1 Bassline Remix", "Cookie Monsta Remix", "Roska Remix" & the "Bass Slammers Remix". On the other single of "Supafly" there is the "Tek-One Remix".

Track listing

  • Digital download[1]
Disc 1
  1. "Supafly" (Radio Edit) – 3:30
  2. "Supafly" (A1 Bassline Remix) – 4:32
  3. "Supafly" (Static Shokx Remix) – 6:06
  4. "Supafly" (Cookie Monsta Remix) – 4:05
  5. "Supafly" (Roska Remix) – 4:29
  6. "Supafly" (Bass Slammers Remix) – 5:59
Disc 2
  1. "Supafly" (Radio Edit) – 3:30
  2. "Supafly" (Tek-One Remix) – 5:08

Chart performance

The song first appeared on the UK Singles Chart on 30 January 2010 at number 48, then in its next week on 6 February 2010, it went down to number 98.[2]

Chart (2010) Peak
Position
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[3] 48
United Kingdom (R&B Chart) 16
United Kingdom (Indie Chart) 5

References

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