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Unconditional (Ne-Yo song)

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Song by Ne-Yo
from the album R.E.D.
  • Phatboiz

"Unconditional" a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Ne-Yo for his fifth studio album R.E.D. (2012). It was written by Ne-Yo, Allen Arthur, Clayton Reilly and Keith Justice; the latter three also produced the song under their production moniker, Phatboiz.[1] "Unconditional" picks up on the same themes of romance. On this song, Ne-Yo sings with ambient vocals.[2]

Harrison Craig version

Harrison Craig Unconditional.jpg
Single by Harrison Craig
from the album More Than a Dream
Released18 June 2013
FormatDigital download
Songwriter(s)Shaffer Smith, Allen Arthur, Clayton Reilly, Keith Justice
Harrison Craig singles chronology
"Lift Your Spirit (single)"

In 2013, Harrison Craig, winner of the second series of The Voice in Australia, recorded a version of the song for his debut album More than a Dream. On 18 June 2013, "Unconditional" was released as Craig's first single.[3]

Live performance

Craig first performed the song on the series' grand final after he was declared the winner.[4]

Release history

Country Date Format Label
Australia 18 June 2013 Digital download Universal Music


  1. ^ "Discography". Retrieved 26 June 2013.
  2. ^ Dawson, Kim (6 July 2012). "NE-YO/R.E.D. REALIZING EVERY DREAM - ALBUM REVIEW". Daily Star. Northern and Shell Media. Retrieved 20 November 2016.
  3. ^ Adams, Cameron (24 June 2013). "Voice winner Harrison Craig's single Unconditional fails to crack Top 10". Retrieved 26 June 2013.
  4. ^ "Listen To Harrison Craig's Song 'Unconditional'". Retrieved 26 June 2013.
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