It was sent to American radio on January 28, The song was produced by Dr. Luke , under the pseudonym Tyson Trax. The song reached the top of the US Billboard Hot following the release of two remixes featuring rapper Nicki Minaj , earning the first number-one song for both artists. Luke, following the Kesha v. Luke case. According to the sheet music of the song published at Musicnotes. In Billboard , Denise Warner argued "how does one support the success of "Say So" without marginalizing Kesha's accusations or story? I do wish there was a way to support Doja and not Luke, but the fact is he helped her make a hit, and I do enjoy it," while Andrew Unterberger opined "it's something we have to keep reminding ourselves and each other about—and to continue to ask Doja and other present and future collaborators about—to make sure that everyone stays informed about [Lukasz] Gottwald's resumed presence in pop's mainstream, and can respond and demand general accountability accordingly.
Figures for albums released prior to are pure sales plus units from only. Occasionally, pure worldwide sales for older albums will be posted. A: The full chart is normally released on Tuesday in the US, with the top 10 and selected other positions being posted up to 24 hours before the full chart. A: The full chart is normally released mid week in the US, with the top 10 being posted on Sundays. Current week sales will be posted after the artist name and with the total since release in parenthesis. Singles released before the digital era have physical sales counts that are not included in these totals. While its actual sales would add up to nearly 4. While most current albums are nearly exact, some are rounded to the nearest or 1, copies. If the amount of copies sold this week is not exactly known, the total will instead be located outside the parenthesis.
In an interview with Genius , Logic said:. So the first hook and verse is from the perspective of someone who is calling the hotline and they want to commit suicide. They want to kill themselves. They want to end their life. When I jumped on a tour bus that started in Los Angeles, California and I ended in New York City and did a fan tour where I went to fans' houses and shared meals with them, hung out with them, played them my album before it came out. Them along with other people on tour, just fans that I met randomly, they've said things like, "Your music has saved my life. You've saved my life.
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