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"No Air"
JordinSparks-No Air.jpg
Single by Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown
from the album Jordin Sparks
B-side"Save Me"
ReleasedFebruary 11, 2008 (2008-02-11)
Producer(s)The Underdogs
Jordin Sparks singles chronology
"No Air"
"One Step at a Time"
Jordin Sparks UK singles chronology
"No Air"
Jordin Sparks European singles chronology
"No Air"
Chris Brown singles chronology
"Shawty Get Loose"
"No Air"
"Get Like Me"

"No Air" is a song by American singers Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown. The song was written by Erik Griggs, James Fauntleroy II, Harvey Mason Jr., Damon Thomas, and Steve Russell. It was released in the United States on February 11, 2008 and serves as the second single from Sparks' self-titled debut album.

"No Air" received mixed to positive reviews from critics. The song reached number one in New Zealand, number six in the United States, and number eight in Australia. Also in the U.S, the song has sold 3,596,000 copies, making Sparks first American Idol alumnus to reach the three million mark. Also in New Zealand, the song was the most commercially successful song of 2008. The single is certified Platinum or higher in eight countries.

"No Air" won "Favorite Combined Forces" at the 35th People's Choice Awards, where it was also nominated for "Favorite Pop Song". The song also earned Sparks her first Grammy nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 51st Grammy Awards. Its accompanying music video directed by Chris Robinson won "Best Heartbreak Video" at the 2008 BET Pre-Awards and was also nominated for "Best Female Video" at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards. "No Air" was covered by American band, Boyce Avenue and country singer Rissi Palmer in 2008 and also on the television show Glee in 2009.

Composition and critical reception

"No Air" is a pop[2] and R&B song[3] written by James Fauntleroy II, Steven Russell, Erik “Blu2th” Griggs, Harvey Mason Jr., and Damon Thomas. The song was originally written for a male singer, but after Jordin Sparks heard the song and expressed interest in the song, Mason agreed to give it to Sparks on the condition that they make it an event duet record, and suggested Chris Brown as a singing partner.[4]

Having the chord progression of F-E-Gm-B, the song is written in the key of F# Mixolydian. Its time signature is of common time. Both Sparks' and Brown's vocals range from the note of F3 to the note of F5.[5] Nick Levine of Digital Spy called the song "an R&B power ballad" and said it makes "full use of her impressive set of pipes."[3] Bill Lamb of wrote "from the kickoff of Jordin's echoey vocals it sounds like "No Air" is so light and weepy it needs special effects and production tricks to cover up the fact that there really is not much of a song here.[6] Steve Perkins of BBC Music awarded the song five stars and said "by the time ["No Air"] hits the final stretch, the title actually seems rather prophetic, since Jordin and Chris are yodelling away at the tops of their voices to the extent that you wonder how they're concealing their need to gasp for big lung bucketfuls of precious oxygen every thirty seconds."[7]

The song was nominated at the 2008 Teen Choice Awards, in the categories of "Choice Love Song" and "Choice Hook-Up", winning the second award.[8] More nominations included Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 51st Grammy Awards,[9] a nomination for the "Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration Award" at the 40th NAACP Image Awards[10] and a nomination for "Best Collaboration" at the 2009 MTV Australia Awards.[11] It also garnered two nominations at the 35th People's Choice Awards for "Favorite Pop Song" and "Favorite Combined Forces", winning the second award.[12] In 2008, Billboard ranked the song twenty-seventh on a special The 40 Biggest Duets of All Time listing.[13]

Chart performance

In the United States, "No Air" entered the Billboard Hot 100 at number thirty-two on the week dated February 23, 2008.[14] After weeks of climbing the chart, the song reached a peak of number three, becoming Sparks' highest charting single to date.[15] It also became her first single to enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, where it peaked at number four.[16] "No Air" peaked the highest on the Pop Songs airplay chart, where it reached number two.[17] The song was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA),[18] making Sparks the first American Idol contestant to reach the three million mark.[19] It also became Brown's first single to reach three million. It has sold 3,596,000 copies in the US as of April 2014.[20]

In the United Kingdom, the song debuted at number fifty-eight on the UK Singles Chart on April 20, 2008 – for the week ending date April 26, 2008 – before dropping twenty-seven places to number eighty-five the next week. In its sixth week on the chart, "No Air" reached its peak position of number three on the chart.[21]

It also reached number three on the Canadian Hot 100.[22] In Australia, the song reached number one in its fifth week on the chart. It held the position for a total of four weeks before losing the position to Katy Perry's "I Kissed a Girl".[23] The song has since been certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) for shipments of 70,000 units.[24] In New Zealand, "No Air" entered the Top 40 chart at number six on the week dated March 10, 2008.[25] The following week the song peaked at number one on the week dated March 17, 2008 becoming Sparks' first number one single in that country and stayed atop the chart for seven consecutive weeks.[26] the single was certified platinum on the week dated April 14, 2008 after only 6 weeks on the chart. The single spent 19 weeks on the chart and has since been certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand (RIANZ), for shipments of 30,000 units.[27][28][29]

Music video

The song's music video was directed by Chris Robinson[30] and shot in New York City.[31] Photos from the shoot leaked to the internet the next day.[citation needed] The video was originally planned to premiere on Yahoo! Music on February 25, 2008;[citation needed] however it leaked online on February 20, 2008.[32]

It begins with Sparks playing the piano in her home. Suddenly, she stops playing and makes a phone call on her cell phone, which directs her to an answering machine. The camera cuts to the phone she is presumably calling, which has been left on a counter in a steamy room. Sparks leaves a message, asking Brown to call her when he can. Her silhouetted profile is then seen on the left side against a gray background, as the song begins to play. Sparks then appears at her window drawing a heart shape on the foggy glass window, as she begins to sing the song. Brown then appears in the video wiping a foggy mirror in his bathroom, as he begins to sing his first verse. Brown's silhouetted profile is then seen entering on the right side of the gray background scene, and both their silhouetted profiles face each other. The video then cuts to Brown, who is shown putting on his jacket leaving his home, as he walks through New York City. Sparks then appears standing near the Brooklyn Bridge. She gets into her car and begins driving through the city. Meanwhile, Brown still in the daytime, arrives at Sparks' home. In a climactic sequence Brown confronts Sparks by her piano and the two passionately sing the final chorus to each other. Brown then leaves, and the video ends with their two silhouettes against the gray background, pulling away from each other. The video is also intercut with scenes of Brown singing alone in a recording studio with drums, guitars, and a piano, of which he plays and at the very end when the song's over Sparks is seen sitting on the floor in her house and kneeling her head down in sadness.

At the 2008 BET Pre-Awards, "No Air" won the award for "Best Heartbreak Video".[33] It was also nominated for "Best Female Video" at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards.

Promotion and covers

Sparks performed "No Air" with Chris Brown during the American Idol top 8 live results show on April 10, 2008.[34] In September 2008, Sparks traveled to Australia and performed the song on Australian Idol on September 15, 2008.[35] After her performance, Sparks was handed her certification of platinum sales for "No Air". The song was also added to her set list of opening Alicia Keys' As I Am Tour in North America,[36] Australia[37] and New Zealand.[38] Sparks also performed the song during the Jesse & Jordin LIVE Tour in the United States.[39]

"No Air" was covered by American country singer Rissi Palmer, for her self-titled album released on October 7, 2008.[40] Released as the first single from the re-release of the album on May 27, 2008,[41] Palmer's rendition of the song spent 15 weeks on the Hot Country Songs charts, peaking at number 47.[42]

Acoustic rock band Boyce Avenue also covered the song, for their Acoustic Sessions Vol. 2 EP, released on September 16, 2008.[43] Additionally, the song was covered on the FOX television show Glee, in the episode "Throwdown".[44] The single peaked at number fifty-two on both the ARIA Singles Chart[45] and the UK Singles Chart,[46] number sixty-five on the Canadian Hot 100[47] and the Billboard Hot 100[48] and also at number twenty-nine on the Irish Singles Chart.[49] "No Air" was also covered by Serena Ryder & The Beauties as a bonus track on the "Is It OK?" Album (Deluxe version)

The song also featured on the twenty-second series of Never Mind the Buzzcocks, when host Simon Amstell and Phill Jupitus lip-synched the track, with a montage of Bill Bailey in the background. Bailey was on tour during recording.

Track listing



Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[102] Platinum 70,000^
Canada (Music Canada)[103] Platinum 40,000*
Canada (Music Canada)[103]
Gold 20,000*
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[104] Platinum 7,500^
New Zealand (RMNZ)[105] 2× Platinum 30,000*
Sweden (GLF)[106] Gold 10,000^
Norway (IFPI Norway)[107] 2× Platinum 20,000*
United Kingdom (BPI)[108] Platinum 600,000double-dagger
United States (RIAA)[109] Platinum 3,600,000^
United States (RIAA)[109]
Platinum 1,000,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
double-daggersales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Release history

Country Date Format Label
United States February 11, 2008 (2008-02-11) Airplay[110] Jive Records
March 4, 2008 (2008-03-04) Digital download[50]
New Zealand [111] May 17, 2008 (2008-05-17) Digital EP Jive Records, Zomba Recording
Australia[52] May 20, 2008 (2008-05-20) Digital EP Sony Music Entertainment
Germany[51][112] May 30, 2008 (2008-05-30) Digital download, maxi single
United Kingdom[113] July 7, 2008 (2008-07-07) CD single

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