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|"Playing With Fire"|
|Single by Darin|
|from the album Exit|
|Released||18 January 2013|
|Label||Universal Music Sweden|
|Songwriter(s)||Darin, Jim Beanz, J Nick|
|Producer(s)||Jim Beanz, J Nick|
|Darin singles chronology|
"Playing With Fire" is the second single from Darin's sixth studio album Exit. The song was written by Darin, Jim Beanz and J Nick, while being produced by the latter two.
The single was released on 18 January 2013 as digital download. Darin posted a little preview of the song on his YouTube channel three days before its release and a longer video preview was posted by Swedish tabloid Aftonbladet on their website. In the video, showing the recording of the song in the studio, Darin said that it was the first song he had written together with Jim Beanz during his trip to the USA and that he eventually chose it to be the second single for the album.
"Playing With Fire" debuted at number 28 on Swedish charts which is also its highest peak. The song has helped Darin's album to sell gold in its first week of release, with the album debuting at number 1 on Swedish Charts, making it Darin's fifth studio album to peak at number 1.
|Swedish Singles Chart||28|
|Sweden||18 January 2013||Universal Music Sweden||Digital Download|
|Finland||Warner Music Finland|
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