|"Told You So"|
|Single by Christopher|
|from the album Told You So|
|Label||Warner Music Denmark / Parlophone Denmark|
|Songwriter(s)||Christopher Nissen, Brandon Beal, Frederik Nordsø, Fridolin Nordsø|
|Producer(s)||Frederik Nordsø, Fridolin Nordsø|
|Christopher singles chronology|
"Told You So" is a 2013 single by the Danish singer Christopher (full name Christopher Nissen). It was released on Parlophone Danmark and is the title track of his same tilted album Told You So and pre-released in September 2013 in preparation for the release of the same-tilted album due 24 March 2014. The music video reminiscent of Michael Jackson The way you make me feel
The single was a hit in 2013 reaching number 4 on the Danish Trackisten official Danish Singles charts and had a comeback in March and April 2014 with the release of the album and rising yet again to number 5 on Tracklisten.
|Danish Albums Chart||4|
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