Tuesday, November 6, 2007

One Republic goes #1

It's official: Timbaland & One Repubic's "Apologize" is the #1 song in the country. Congrats to Tim and especially One Republic on this major achievement! This is an ideal way for One Republic to lead up to their debut album Dreaming Out Loud coming out November 20th:

No word yet if Tim will have any other productions besides "Apologize" on the album but more than likely the bulk if not all of it will be written and produced by Ryan Tedder who is making quite the name for himself lately as both a song writer and producer. One Republic will also be joining Timbaland on tour for select dates so be on the look out.

Next up for the Mosley Music Group is Keri Hilson! Be on the lookout very soon for The Chronicles exclusive update on her debut album.


  1. is that his third number one off the shock value album?

  2. no, 2nd. "The Way I Are" "only" reached #3

  3. is that their album cover? i love it! and i love Apologize, to me it is prolly one of the top 3 off Shock Value

  4. Yup that's the album cover. you can click on it to pre-order the album off Amazon.com

  5. the way i are reached number one in the uk tho

  6. Its the #1 POP song in the country. Its #1 on the Digital Downloads Chart but #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week. With steady increase (and on track to break the Pop Spin Record) it will be #1 on Next Weeks Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
    1. Mercy
    2. Apologize
    3. Stop & Stare
    4. Tyrant
    5. Sleep
    6. Goodbye Apathy
    7. All We Are
    8. Someone To Save You
    9. Dreamin' Out Loud
    10. Too Easy
    11. Prodigal
    12. Apologize (Timbaland Remix)
    And thats the tracklisting.

  7. And in other good news, The Way I Are is sitting atop the heap at No#1 here in Australia, and Apologize is at #10. Pretty crazy! They've just joined the digital physical charts to make super chart, so i guess that's how Tim's got two monsters simultaneously.

  8. Sorry, but it's ridiculous that Tim gets main credit for this song. He barely did anything.

  9. that urban feel Tim did with the drums on "Apologize" is cool, but the song itself was huge already before. So I think it's good if there's no Timbo wannabe-production on the album. But if we gonna see him solo on one song without Ryan in the credits, then I'm open to it...


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