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Cinderella (i5 song)

"Cinderella"
Single by The Cheetah Girls
from the album The Cheetah Girls
Released August 12, 2003 (digital download)
Format Digital download
Recorded 2003
Genre Pop, R&B
Length Single Version - 3:19
Label Walt Disney
Writer(s) Lindy Robbins and Kevin Savigar
The Cheetah Girls singles chronology
"Cinderella"
(2003)
"Girl Power"
(2003)

"Cinderella" is the first single from The Cheetah Girls' self-titled soundtrack album The Cheetah Girls, as well as their debut single. It officially premiered on Radio Disney on July 23, 2003. It is a cover of the i5 song "Cinderella". The single was released officially on August 12, 2003. The song has a pop sound and was written by Lindy Robbins and Kevin Savigar.

Music video

The video for the features the performance of "Cinderella" from the movie and clips of the movie are intercut throughout the video. It premiered on August 12, 2003 on Disney Channel.

Trivia

  • The song was originally recorded by i5, then covered by Play, then finally covered by Cheetah Girls.
  • This song was awarded Radio Disney's Song of the Year title in 2006.
  • Thai singer Tata Young and Taiwan band S.H.E. both covered the song (the latter releasing it as "Ban Tang Zhu Yi" (半糖主義 The Principle of Half-Sweetness).
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