|Single by Friends featuring Darin|
|from the album Flashback|
|Released||5 March 2009|
|Label||Sony Music Sweden|
|Songwriter(s)||Niclas Molinder, David Jassy, Joacim Persson, Johan Alkenäs.|
|Darin singles chronology|
"What If" is a Swedish anti-bullying song by Friends featuring Darin, a Swedish singer of Kurdish origin. The song was written by David Jassy and produced by the Swedish producers Twin.
The song was included in Darin Zanyar's album Flashback as a bonus track. The credits are: Niclas Molinder, David Jassy, Joacim Persson and Johan Alkenäs. A&R Jonas "Lawrnz" Johnson, Legend Music Group.
It was released as an independent single as "What If" (Friends featuring Darin) a project that was A&R by: Actor/A&R Jonas "Lawrnz" Johnson (Legend Music Group) in March 2009 reaching #51 in the Swedish Singles Chart and staying for 3 weeks in the charts.
|Swedish Singles Chart||51|
A music video was shot to accompany the song, featuring Darin. It also displayed victims of bullying in various contexts, most notably participating in sports and social activities.
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