Fight for this love Cheryl Cole

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” Fight for this love ” is by Cheryl Cole ( Cheryl Ann Fernandez-Versini ), the British singer. The song was written by Steve Kipner, Wayne Wilkins and Andre Merritt, with production for the single by Wayne Wilkins and Steve Kipner.
The song was taken as Cheryl’s first single for her debut 2009 Album, 3 Words. The track was her first as a solo artist since the break up of the girl group Girls Aloud.
The song was released by the record label Fascination Records, the United Kingdom-based record label, which is owned by Universal Music Group.
In 2009 Fascination Records released the track in the United Kingdom and Ireland as the lead single from Cheryl’s Album, in some European countries, the song was released by Universal Music as the second single.
” Fight for this love ” has an up-tempo, pop feel fused with R&B and lyrically is about not giving up and a partner, Cheryl was at the time going through personal troubles with footballer Ashley Cole when the song was being promoted around the World.
The song had music critics divided, Popjustice gave the song a thumbs up and commented that it ” is very definitely not just a Girls Aloud single with one person singing it “.
However Digital Spy’s David Balls wasn’t quite so enthusiastic for the song, he noted that ” Cole’s vocals aren’t terribly strong ” but also went on to counter that comment with adding that Cheryl had ” understated charm and lots of ‘X Factor’ exposure “.
Commercially the song did well for Cheryl, in Ireland entered the chart and climbed to reach Number One, this was to be her first Irish chart-topper since the Girls Aloud days.
Cheryl clinched a Number One in Denmark and gained an International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) Platinum award there for sales of 30,000 copies sold.
” Fight for this love ” also reached the top of the singles chart in Scotland, Norway and Hungary, in Switzerland, the single was certified Gold by the IFPI.
In the United Kingdom, the song entered the UK Singles Chart at Number One where it held the top spot for two weeks. It spent seven weeks in the Top Ten and a total of thirty-nine weeks on the UK chart.

BillBoard Highest Chart Position: N/A

UK Highest Chart Position: 1

Other Countries Highest Chart Positions: Australia (ARIA) 54, Australia (ARIA Dance Chart) 12, Austria (Austria Top 40) 4, Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders) 13, Belgium (Ultratop 50 Wallonia) 7, Czech Republic (Rádio Top 100) 8, Denmark (Tracklisten) 1, Europe (European Hot 100 Singles) 1, France (SNEP) 7, Germany (Official German Charts) 4, Hungary (Single Top 40) 4, Ireland (IRMA) 1, Italy (FIMI) 5, Luxembourg Digital Songs (Billboard) 2, Netherlands (Dutch Top 40) 2, Norway (VG-lista) 1, Poland (Dance Top 50) 31, Scotland (Official Charts Company) 1, Slovakia (Rádio Top 100) 8, Spain (PROMUSICAE) 12, Spanish Airplay Chart 3, Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) 2, Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade) 3, Ukraine (FDR Pop Singles Chart) 4

Official Website: Cherylofficial.com

FaceBook Page: Facebook.com/CherylOfficial

Twitter: Twitter.com/cherylofficial

Wikipedia Page: Wikipedia.org/CherylFernandez-Versini 

 

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