Titanium (song)

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"Titanium" is a house [12] and urban-dance song. [13] Musicnotes.com states thats the song is set in common time with a tempo of 126 beats per minute. It is written in the key of E♭ major, with a chord progression of E♭–B♭–Cm, but the chorus and breakdown are in the key of C minor, with a chord progression of A♭–B♭–Gm–Cm. Sia's vocal range span from the note of G3 to the note of E♭5. [14]

According to Andrew Gregory of The Daily Telegraph , the song's intro features "a hint of 80s flavour". [12] Al Fox of BBC Music wrote that on the song, Sia has "ghostly mandolin-esque vocals". [15] Cameron Adams of Herald Sun called them "square-peg", [16] while Melinda Newman of HitFix compared her vocals to those by Fergie. [17] Genevieve Koski of The A.V. Club wrote that on the song, Sia "manage[s] to keep [her] head above the waves of synths ... by amping up [her] vocals to match the outsized beats." [18] David Jeffries of Allmusic compared the song to the music of Coldplay. [19]

Critical reception

David Byrne and Tony Peregrin of Windy City Times described "Titanium" as "epic" and "energizing", writing, "it is Sia who steals the show" on Nothing but the Beat. [20] Robert Copsey of Digital Spy agreed, calling the song one of "the record's standouts". [21] Tom Ewing of The Guardian wrote, "Sia, on 'Titanium', handles the album's best hook well." [22] Rich Lopez of Dallas Voice wrote that the "collaborative lyrics elevate this song to a higher level than any previous track" from the album, and called it "clever writing" from Sia. [23] David Griffiths off 4Music called it "The most intriguing hook-up" on the album, writing that "'Titanium' sees Guetta giving the Australian songstress some long overdue commercial appeal, while Sia's vocals bring a quirky twist." [13] Kerri Mason of Billboard magazine described the song as "Guetta's quirkiest and most epic track to date (in itself an unusual combination)." [24] Jamie Horne of The Border Mail called it a "strong" track. [25] Joe Copplestone of PopMatters noted that songs on the album such as "Titanium" and "Night of Your Life", "recall the power" of Guetta's previous collaborations with Kelly Rowland on "When Love Takes Over" (2009) and "Commander" (2010). [26] "Titanium" was nominated for Dance Work of the Year at the 2012 APRA Music Awards, [27] but lost to "From the Music" by The Potbelleez. [28]

After the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December 2012, "Titanium" was pulled from radio stations in the United States due to the use of gun-related lyrics in the song. "Titanium" is part of a group of songs that have been taken off the air, including Kesha's "Die Young", and "Pumped Up Kicks" by Foster the People. [29]

Chart performance

On the French Singles Chart, "Titanium" debuted at number nine on 13 August 2011. [30] After weeks of ascending and descending the chart, the song peaked at number three on 7 January 2012, giving Guetta his thirteenth top 10 hit in France. [30] In Australia, the song debuted at number 31 on the ARIA Singles Chart on 15 August 2011, and peaked at number five on 5 September 2011. [31] It was certified five times platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA), denoting sales of 350,000 copies. [31] [32] "Titanium" became Sia's second highest-charting single as a solo artist in the country as well as Guetta's ninth top 10 hit there. [33] [34] On the New Zealand Singles Chart, it debuted at number 18 on 15 August 2011. [35] The following week, the song fell to number 39 and eventually fell out of the top 40. [35] Upon its release as a single in December 2011, "Titanium" re-entered the chart at number 12 on 5 December 2011, and peaked at number three on 30 January 2012. [35] It was certified triple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand (RIANZ), denoting sales of 45,000 copies. [36] In Austria, "Titanium" debuted and peaked at number three on 19 August 2011, and remained in the top 10 for ten consecutive weeks. [37] The song was certified platinum by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), denoting sales of 30,000 copies. [38]

"Titanium" also reached the top 10 in the charts of Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. [31] [39] [40] [41] On the UK Singles Chart, "Titanium" debuted at number 16 on 20 August 2011, [42] and fell to number 31 the following week. [43] The song descended the UK Singles Chart for three consecutive weeks and eventually fell out of the top 100. Upon its release as a single in December 2011, "Titanium" re-entered the UK Singles Chart at number 61 on 14 January 2012, [44] and climbed to number eight the following week. [44] On 11 February 2012, it peaked at number one, [45] and became Guetta's fifth number-one single on the chart and Sia's first. [46] The song also reached number one on the UK Dance Chart. [47] "Titanium" was certified quintuple platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), denoting sales and streams of 3,000,000. [48] "Titanium" was the fourth best-selling single of 2012 in the UK, [49] and it has sold over one million copies there as of February 2013. [50]

In the United States, the song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 66 on the issue dated 27 August 2011. [51] After it was released to US radio in April 2012, "Titanium" reached a new peak of number seven on the issue dated 21 July 2012, and became Guetta's fourth top-ten single on the Hot 100. [52] It also peaked at number three on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart, and number three on the Mainstream Top 40 chart. [53] [54] "Titanium" was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). [55] As of March 2014, the song has sold 3,852,000 copies in the U.S. [56]

Music video

Background and reception

The music video for "Titanium" was directed by David Wilson. [57] It was filmed in December 2011 in Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac and at Dorval-Jean-XXIII High School, in the province of Quebec, Canada. [58] A 14-second preview of the video was uploaded to Guetta's official YouTube account on 16 December 2011. [59] The preview showed a young boy (played by actor Ryan Lee) in the smoky woods running away from a SWAT team of men. [59] The video then closes with the caption, "The Music Video Coming Soon". [59] The full video premiered online on 20 December 2011. [60] Neither Guetta nor Sia appear in the video. [61] Jason Lipshutz of Billboard magazine noted that "the supernatural scene and suburban setting" in the video recall the science fiction film Super 8 (2011), in which Lee stars. [60] Becky Bain of Idolator wrote that, "The video is beautifully shot, and is courageous enough not to answer all its mysteries." [62] A writer for Capital FM called it a "very cinematic video". [63] As of September 2023, the video has received over 1.7 billion views on YouTube. [64]

Synopsis

In a deserted and destroyed school hallway, Lee's character is shown huddled on the ground. He slowly stands and walks down the hallway. He sees a female teacher in a classroom, who is horrified at the sight of him and closes the door. As the boy makes his way outside the school building, a police car arrives and the teacher rushes outside to tell the policeman about the boy, who rushes home on a bicycle to pack his things. At home, he sees a news report about the incident. Several policemen then appear outside the front door of the boy's house, while he tries to escape through the back door. The boy realizes that the door is locked, so he uses his telekinetic powers to grab the keys from the kitchen bench. The police breach the house to find two teddy bears floating in the air. The boy escapes into the woods, pursued by a SWAT team. An officer catches him and throws him to the ground. Surrounded and held at gunpoint, the boy gathers himself before using his supernatural powers once again to push the men away in a burst of power.

Usage in media and live performances

"Titanium" was used in the Doctor Who episode “The Power of Three” and in the fifth season of the American television show Gossip Girl episode "I Am Number Nine", which aired on 7 November 2011. [65] It also appears on the soundtrack of the 2014 film Wild Tales . [66] Scottish recording artist Emeli Sandé performed "Titanium" with Guetta at the NRJ Music Awards, held in France on 29 January 2012. [67]

On 21 April 2012, Sia made a surprise appearance during Guetta's set for the second weekend of Coachella in Indio, California, where they performed "Titanium". [68] The song also appears in the 2016 dance video game Just Dance 2017 . Sia performed the song throughout 2016 as a part of the setlist of her festival tour.

It was performed by Anna Kendrick and Brittany Snow in the Pitch Perfect bathroom a cappella scene. It was also covered in 2019 by the Cast of the American musical comedy television series Perfect Harmony . Dutch artist Glennis Grace performed the song with Afrojack at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam. In 2023, the horror film M3GAN , the titular robotic doll sings it as a lullaby. [69]

Professional darts player Stephen Bunting also uses this song for his walk-on during televised PDC matches. [70]

Track listing

"Titanium"
Titaniumsong.jpg
Single by David Guetta featuring Sia
from the album Nothing but the Beat
Released9 December 2011 (2011-12-09)
Recorded2011
Genre
Length
  • 4:05 (album version)
  • 5:12 (extended edit)
  • 3:30 (radio edit)
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
David Guetta singles chronology
"Without You"
(2011)
"Titanium"
(2011)
"Turn Me On"
(2011)
Sia singles chronology
"I Love It"
(2011)
"Titanium"
(2011)
"Wild Ones"
(2011)
Digital download – EP [71]
No.TitleLength
1."Titanium (featuring Sia)" (Extended)5:12
2."Titanium (featuring Sia)" (Alesso Remix)6:43
3."Titanium (featuring Sia)" (Nicky Romero Remix)5:40
4."Titanium (featuring Sia)" (Arno Cost Remix)7:02
5."Titanium (featuring Sia)" (Gregori Klosman Remix)6:23
6."Titanium (featuring Sia)" (Cazzette's Ant Seeking Hamster Mix Remix)6:37

Credits and personnel

Credits are adapted from the liner notes for Nothing but the Beat. [2]

Charts

Certifications

Certifications and sales for "Titanium"
RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA) [32] 5× Platinum350,000^
Austria (IFPI Austria) [38] Platinum30,000*
Belgium (BEA) [140] 2× Platinum40,000
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil) [141] Platinum60,000
Denmark (IFPI Danmark) [142] Platinum30,000^
Finland (Musiikkituottajat) [143] Gold6,534 [143]
France (SNEP) [144] Gold150,000*
Germany (BVMI) [145] Platinum300,000^
Italy (FIMI) [146] 4× Platinum120,000*
Mexico (AMPROFON) [147] 2× Platinum120,000*
New Zealand (RMNZ) [36] 3× Platinum45,000*
Portugal (AFP) [148] Platinum20,000
Spain (PROMUSICAE) [149] 3× Platinum180,000
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland) [150] 2× Platinum60,000^
United Kingdom (BPI) [48] 5× Platinum3,000,000
United States (RIAA) [151] 5× Platinum5,000,000
Streaming
Denmark (IFPI Danmark) [152] 3× Platinum2,700,000

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.
Streaming-only figures based on certification alone.

Release history

Release dates and formats for "Titanium"
RegionDateFormat
Austria [153] 9 December 2011 Digital EP
Belgium [154]
Finland [155]
Germany [156]
Italy [157]
Netherlands [158]
Norway [159]
Switzerland [160]
France [161] 12 December 2011
Luxembourg [162]
New Zealand [163]
Portugal [164]
Singapore [165]
Sweden [166]
Spain [167] 13 December 2011
Ireland [168] 16 December 2011Digital Remix
United Kingdom [169]
United States [170] [171] 24 April 2012 Contemporary hit radio
Rhythmic contemporary radio

Cover versions

Madilyn Bailey's version of "Titanium" reached number 13 on the French singles chart in 2015 and spent 34 weeks there. [172] It also appeared on the Belgian French Wallonia Ultratop chart, peaking at number 23. [173] [174]

Jahméne Douglas version

British pop and soul singer Jahméne Douglas released a cover version of "Titanium" on 22 July 2013 as the lead single from his debut studio album, Love Never Fails (2013). [175] Douglas' version peaked at number 94 on the UK Singles Chart. [176] Talking to Digital Spy , Douglas said: "It's very hard to sing. I was scared to do it because it's a big chart song and I'm quite old school. For me, the song is about strength and the music video is based around domestic violence and how a woman gets out of it. The lyrics are so powerful for that interpretation. Hopefully if someone is in that situation and watches it, they'll think, I can get out." [175] A music video to accompany the release of "Titanium" was first released onto YouTube on 12 June 2013 at a total length of three minutes and fifty-four seconds. [177] The music video shows Douglas next to a piano, while a story of domestic abuse plays out. [175]

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