Tokyo (Danny Saucedo song)

Last updated
Single by Danny
from the album Heart Beats
ReleasedFebruary 2007
Genre Pop, Dance
Label SME
Songwriter(s) Jonas von der Burg
Anoo Bhagavan
Niclas von der Burg
Producer(s) Jonas von der Burg
Danny singles chronology
"Öppna din dörr"
"Play It for the Girls"

"Tokyo" is a 2007 single released by Swedish artist Danny Saucedo, better known as Danny. In 2008, Danny participated with the song in Polish Sopot International Song Festival. [1]


Chart performance

The song entered and peaked at number 4 on the Swedish Trackslistan on 24 February 2007 and charted for six weeks. The song also peaked at number one on the Swedish singles chart on 22 February 2007.

Weekly charts

Chart (2007–08)Peak
CIS (TopHit) [2] 36
Finland (Suomen virallinen lista) [3] 9
Poland (Airplay Chart) [4] 2
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) [5] 1

Year-end charts

Chart (2008)Position
CIS (Tophit) [6] 191
Chart (2009)Position
CIS (Tophit) [7] 144

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