In the United States, the song entered the Billboard Hot 100 at number 99 on April 10, 2004. Download your purchases in a wide variety of formats (FLAC, ALAC, WAV, AIFF...) depending on your needs. [21], *sales figures based on certification alone^shipments figures based on certification alonesales+streaming figures based on certification alone, JoJo - Leave (Get Out) (Live In Brazil - Pop Rock 2007- BH), Recording Industry Association of America, Australian Recording Industry Association, Recording Industry Association of New Zealand, "JoJo - Leave (Get Out) Sheet Music (Digital Download)", "JoJo - 2004 AOL Sessions - Exclusive interview", Australian-charts.com – JoJo – Leave (Get Out)", "ARIA Charts – Accreditations – 2004 Singles", "New Zealand Top 40 (September 20, 2004)", "New Zealand single certifications – JoJo – Leave (Get Out)", "Ireland Singles Top 50 (September 16, 2004)", "Song You Need to Know: JoJo, 'Leave (Get Out) [2018], "JoJo Flips 'Leave (Get Out)' Into COVID-Themed 'Chill (Stay in), "Jojo ft. Tori Kelly - Chill (Stay In) IG live 23 March 2020", Austriancharts.at – JoJo – Leave (Get Out)", Danishcharts.com – JoJo – Leave (Get Out)", Offiziellecharts.de – JoJo – Leave (Get Out)", The Irish Charts – Search Results – Leave (Get Out)", Italiancharts.com – JoJo – Leave (Get Out)", "Polish Airplay Charts - Lista krajowa 43/2004", "Arhiva romanian top 100 – Editia 42, saptamina 18.10 – 24.10, 2004", "Official Scottish Singles Sales Chart Top 100", Swedishcharts.com – JoJo – Leave (Get Out)", Swisscharts.com – JoJo – Leave (Get Out)", "JoJo Chart History (Dance Mix/Show Airplay)", "ARIA Charts – End Of Year Charts – Top 100 Singles 2004", "Top 100 Songs of 2004 - Billboard Year End Charts", "British single certifications – JoJo – Leave (Get Out)", "American single certifications – JoJo – Leave (Get Out)", "Leave Get Out/Not That Kinda Girl: Jojo", "JoJo / Leave Get Out: CD2 Australian Exclusive (CD Single)", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Leave_(Get_Out)&oldid=967864726, Billboard Mainstream Top 40 (Pop Songs) number-one singles, Song recordings produced by Soulshock and Karlin, Short description is different from Wikidata, Pages using infobox song with unknown parameters, Singlechart usages for Billboardadultpopsongs, Singlechart usages for Billboarddanceairplay, Certification Table Entry usages for Australia, Pages using certification Table Entry with shipments figures, Certification Table Entry usages for New Zealand, Pages using certification Table Entry with sales figures, Certification Table Entry usages for United Kingdom, Pages using certification Table Entry with streaming figures, Certification Table Entry usages for United States, Pages using certification Table Entry with sales footnote, Pages using certification Table Entry with shipments footnote, Pages using certification Table Entry with streaming footnote, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "Leave (Get Out)" (Hip Hop Club Mix) – 3:50, "Leave (Get Out)" (Main Instrumental) – 4:04, "Leave (Get Out)" (Mike Rizzo Club Mix/The Syndicate Vocal Mix) – 8:09, "Leave (Get Out)" (The Popstar Dark Anthem Mix/P.S. Listen to over 60 million songs with an unlimited streaming plan. [14] The song stalled there for three weeks and reached its peak position two weeks after, on October 18, 2004. "Leave (Get Out)" was released as JoJo's debut single on February 24, 2004, through Blackground Records, via digital download and physical single.
"Leave (Get Out)" proved to be successful in the North American territories. This single for JoJo's breakout hit "Leave (Get Out)" includes the album/radio version of the track, a seemingly karaoke-inspired instrumental, and two remixes. JoJo is seen with friends in the yard, corridor and girls' bathroom. It follows a basic sequence of Gm7-Dm11-C-B♭(add9) as its chord progression.

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When the single reached number one on Billboard's Pop Songs chart, JoJo became, at age 13, the youngest female solo artist to have a number-one single in the United States. The video also retired on MTV's Total Request Live after spending 50 days on the countdown, including two days at No. The video was nominated for Best New Artist at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards, which made JoJo become the youngest MTV Video Music Award nominee. JoJo was 13 years old then. The song lasted in the top ten for four more weeks and fell to number 21 on the following week. The single released in the United States included the song and a b-side, "Not That Kinda Girl". Do you know any background info about this track? The song became an instant success for JoJo, reaching the top 10 in 11 different countries. © Johnny Loftus /TiVo. Even though her albums are released on jazz label Blue Note, Norah Jones’s music has never simply been jazz, just as it has never solely been pop, nor folk, country or soul… Since the early noughties, the American singer and pianist has embraced many styles, often breaking norms in pursuit of her own unique sound, a sound she loves to share through collaborations with different musicians of diverse origin and style. In Australia, the song debuted at its peak position and lasted on the singles chart for 15 weeks, eventually shipping 75,000 units to the country and earning a platinum certification by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). It was that elastic simmer that played so well off JoJo's lyrical swagger; without the acoustic guitar break and rhythmic patter, "Leave" is just cookie-cutter. It was released as the album's lead single on February 24, 2004. "Leave (Get Out)" was written by Soulshock, Kenneth Karlin, Alex Cantrell and Phillip "Whitey" White of The Trackheads, while production and arrangement was helmed by Soulshock & Karlin. Go directly to shout page. A new version of Last.fm is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. [5], During Sessions@AOL, JoJo said, "'Leave (Get Out)' is basically a song for all girls just to declare their independence because, as I'm sure all females can relate to, boys will be boys at any age and they don’t always act right.

I've been waitin' all day for ya, babe So won't you come and sit and talk to me Tell me how we're gonna be together always Hope you know that when it's late at night [10] Aside from the Hot 100, "Leave (Get Out)" managed to peak at the summit of the US Billboard Pop Songs for five consecutive weeks. Music UK called it her signature song, saying that it would be "strong enough" to base a music career on, but commented that she has no identity beyond this.[8]. [20], Credits adapted from the liner notes of the "Leave (Get Out)" CD single.

It also reached the top five in Belgium, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website. 2004 Black Ocean Records, exclusively licensed to edel records GmbH. "Leave (Get Out)" is the debut single by American singer JoJo from her self-titled debut studio album (2004). JoJo has expressed her displeasure with the song, and most of her self-titled album, for its overall pop sound. In December 2018, JoJo released a re-recorded version of "Leave (Get Out)" featuring reworked vocals and production. When she performed the song at her most recent concerts, she would arrange it to the point of being almost unrecognizable, adding jazzier instrumentation to the verses and heavier guitars to the bridge. Lyrics to 'Leave (get Out)' by JoJo. [10] It lasted 12 more weeks on the Hot 100 and sold over 500,000 downloads, earning a gold certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Discover the world of Norah Jones in 10 songs. The single was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on October 25, 2004.

The album's lead single, "Leave (Get Out)", was released on February 24, 2004, as a physical copy and for radio airplay.

It was released as the album's lead single on February 24, 2004. Writer (s): Schack Carsten, White Phillip Anthony, Karlin Kenneth, Cantrall Alexander V The song was released as the album's lead single on February 24, 2004. [15], In the United Kingdom, "Leave (Get Out)" debuted and peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart on September 5, 2004 - for the week ending date September 11, 2004 - beaten to number one by Nelly's "My Place". JoJo's vocals range from a F3 to a G5.
[4] Lyrically, "Leave (Get Out)" is about declaring independence. Album Description. "[7] Emma Morgan of Yahoo! However, she is grateful that it put her on the musical map.

I'm not hating on the guys, but they just need to be kept in line every once in a while.