A groom has played a video of his bride apparently cheating on him with her brother-in-law during their wedding. An uptempo dance-pop song with an urban and hip hop style, "4 Minutes" incorporates Timbaland's characteristic bhangra beats and the instrumentation used in the song includes brass, foghorns and cowbells. --- 2017 Frozen Cosmopolitanism: ... Zur Bedeutung von Reziprozität und Kontribution in transnationalen Familien. So I keep working on section after section, until I get to the end of the track and then I know the whole mix is pretty close.  On the Pop 100 chart, the song reached a peak of two.  "4 Minutes" was also her highest-charting single on the Hot 100 since "Music" reached the top of the chart in 2000. " Charlotte Robinson of PopMatters praised the inclusion of the recording and other Orbit tracks on Madonna's 2001 compilation album GHV2, for representing "a testament to [the producer's] ability to use gadgets and electronic wizardry not to alienate listeners, but to draw them in". The four side-stage video screens began to glide across the stage, and swiveled around to reveal Timberlake behind one and Madonna behind the other. The last "tick-tock, tick-tock" sound is heard, Madonna and Timberlake dance again on a long stage; the black screen approaches them from both sides. ", "Ranking All 57 of Madonna's Billboard Hits in Honor of Her 60th(!) As noted by AllMusic's Jose F. Promis, the "Luke Slater's Super Luper Mix" "turns the ballad into a thumping deep house anthem, making it sound like a completely different song."  Nowels described the lyrics as "stunning" and commended its confessional nature. It was released as the lead single from the album on March 17, 2008, by Warner Bros. Records.  Almost five months after its release, "4 Minutes" was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for sales of two million paid digital downloads. Rosa also noted that the ending showing Madonna walking towards the sea was purposefully ambiguous. ", The scenes showing Madonna walking alone on the beach was an homage to actress Joan Crawford in the 1946 film Humoresque. Castellon applied Waves Audio "Renaissance Compressor" plug-in to control the level of kick drum. – 15.1.  It debuted on the airplay charts at number 19, with first week tallies of 564 plays and 27.10 million listeners. Listing the clip at number 23 on their countdown of "Madonna's 55 Best Videos", Louis Virtel from The Backlot said that the singer looked "startlingly gorgeous, and her throes of agony at video's end occur in only the loveliest, bluest light. Madonna and Timberlake start singing the chorus with Timberlake singing the line of "We've only got four minutes to save the world". "4 Minutes" was performed by Madonna on the promotional tour for Hard Candy and during the rave segment of the 2008–2009 Sticky & Sweet Tour. It ' s my all-time favorite jam and my sister, cousin and I made up a dance to it at age 11. "4 Minutes" is a song by American singer Madonna from her eleventh studio album Hard Candy (2008), featuring vocals by American singers Justin Timberlake and Timbaland. 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The song debuted at number 27 on the Canadian Hot 100 on March 27, 2008, and topped the chart the next week. Does she move on from her lover?  By the end of the year, "4 Minutes" was the fifth best selling digital song in Canada with sales of 143,000 copies, and ranked fourth on the year-end tabulation of the Canadian Hot 100. It was just, you know, it's very conceptual. The whole session included 100 tracks, and further mixing was done on Pro Tools. The A-side with "Little Star" debuted at number six on the UK Singles Chart, and was present for a total of 11 weeks, selling 175,095 copies as of August 2008, according to the Official Charts Company. , Credits and personnel adapted from Hard Candy album liner notes. "Does Madonna drown herself in the ocean? Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia, created and edited by volunteers around the world and hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation.  In 2009, the video was included on Madonna's compilation, Celebration: The Video Collection. Intercut are scenes of Madonna singing the song in front of a curtain. They believed it sprang from the milk of Hera, Queen of the Gods. The documentary dealt with the acute suffering and food shortage afflicting the African nation of Malawi.  It featured choreography by Jamie King, who worked on Madonna's Confessions, Re-Invention and Drowned World tours as well as her video for the single "Sorry" (2006). ", "Madonna's Best Performance Looks of All-time", "Saints and Winners; Spice Girls beat rivals to awards", "Madonna con Miguel Bosé (23 de noviembre de 1998)", Austriancharts.at – Madonna – The Power of Good-Bye", Ultratop.be – Madonna – The Power of Good-Bye", Lescharts.com – Madonna – The Power of Good-Bye", Offiziellecharts.de – Madonna – The Power of Good-Bye", "Íslenski Listinn Topp 40 (NR.  Virginia Heffernan from The New York Times called the video heart-pounding, and compared its momentum with the music video of "Thriller, "In the Air Tonight" and "Shadows of the Night". Regarding the video, Madonna said it was like "[g]oody goody gum drops", referring to the candy-oriented theme of the album. They remind me of dinosaurs.  Overall, "4 Minutes" reached number one in 21 countries, and sold over five million copies worldwide..  Regarding the idea behind the music video, Madonna said that "it was conceptualistic". Sound engineer Demo Castellon first worked on the vocals and then on the beats, while the synths were composed by Timbaland and Danja.  Its high chart placements enabled the track to debut at number two on the pan-Eurochart Hot 100 Singles, behind "Believe" (1998) by singer Cher. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. You know at the same time we don't want to be boring and serious and not have fun so it's kind of like well if we're going to save the planet can we have a good time while we are doing it? The song was recorded at Sarm West Studios, in London, while the mixing of the track was finished at The Hit Factory studio, in New York City. ", "The Methods and Machinery Behind Madonna's Ray of Light", "Madonna's 'Ray Of Light' Turns 15: Backtracking", "Todos los singles de Madonna, ordenados de peor a mejor", "Madonna's Rebel Heart: A Track By Track Review", "Every one of Madonna's 78 singles – ranked!  In "4 Minutes", Madonna and Timberlake sing and trade verses, the rhythm moves towards a hard clanging beat as Madonna sings the lines that the "road to hell is paved with good intentions." , *sales figures based on certification alone^shipments figures based on certification alonesales+streaming figures based on certification alone. , According to Rikky Rooksby, author of The Complete Guide to the Music of Madonna, "The Power of Good-Bye" begins with a four-chord arpeggio sequence. " Regarding the line "Sometimes I feel what I need is a you intervention", Madonna explained, "[y]eah, meaning, sometimes I think you need to save me. , Credits adapted from the liner notes of Ray of Light. At the promotional tour, "4 Minutes" was performed as the third song of the setlist. She explained that the video was shot like a march past; "It's a movement, and we want to take everybody with us. " Mark Savage of BBC described the sound as "so futuristic it could realistically have been beamed in from the end of the world. He noted that "the Mardi Gras marching-band bumping rambunctiously along", is one of the album's "most ambitious offerings.  "4 Minutes" was a success on Billboard's dance charts, topping both the Hot Dance Club Play and the Hot Dance Airplay charts.  In an interview with MTV News, Madonna said that the concept of the song was developed through discussions with Timberlake. I think the song, more than anything, is about having a sense of urgency; about how we are you know, living on borrowed time essentially and people are becoming much more aware of the environment and how we're destroying the planet. She commented: "[P]ropelled by a detonative marching-band beat [...] it's one of the most thrilling things Madonna has done in this decade. However, since Leonard could not delve much studio time, Madonna worked solely with Orbit. Only Ticketmaster verifies tickets under your name and allow you to … Over half of the song was already done by the time Castellon arrived, leaving him to do the programming in the intro and the end. It was written by Madonna and Rick Nowels, and was produced by the singer with William Orbit and Patrick Leonard.The song was released as the fourth single from the album on September 22, 1998, being additionally distributed as a double A-Side single in the United Kingdom … so, please do that. Pick us up.”  The version was released both as a digital download single and on the EP, Glee: The Music, The Power of Madonna. He joined Madonna in person, for the show at Los Angeles's Dodger Stadium on November 6, 2008, the same show in which Britney Spears appeared alongside Madonna to perform "Human Nature". Die deutsche Übersetzung von X-Static Process und andere Madonna Lyrics und Videos findest du kostenlos auf Songtexte.com.  As the second chorus starts, they arrive in front of the screen where Timbaland is singing. 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