|"Weight of the World"|
|Single by Lemar|
|from the album The Reason|
|Released||2 March 2009|
3:33 (Radio Edit)
|Songwriter(s)||Lemar Obika, Sam Watters, Jim Jonsin and Louis Biancaniello|
|Producer(s)||Jim Jonsin and Louis Biancaniello|
|Lemar singles chronology|
"Weight of the World" is the second and final single taken from British R&B singer Lemar's fourth studio album, The Reason .
"Weight of the World" is co-produced by Jim Jonsin and Louis Biancaniello, while Lemar and Sam Watters co-wrote the lyrics. "Weight of the World" was released on 2 March 2009.It debuted at 108 on the UK Singles Chart. The song peaked at 31 in the UK and debuting at 10 in the R&B Chart.
Lemar performed the song on UK breakfast television show GMTV .
The song debuted at #108 in the UK before rising into the top 100 the following week at #46. "Weight of the World" had a final peak at #31.
|UK Singles (OCC)||31|
|UK R&B Chart||10|
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