Freaky Like Me

"Freaky Like Me"
Contraband
Released September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20)
Recorded 2010
Length 3:09
Label Cosmos Music Norway
Writer(s) Ameerah, Arjang "DreamRoc'a" Shishegar, TJ Oosterhuis, Tshawe Baqwa & Yosef Wolde-Mariam
Producer Arjang "DreamRoc'a" Shishegar, TJ Oosterhuis
Madcon chronology

"Glow"
(2010)
"Freaky Like Me"
(2010)
"Outrun the Sun"
(2010)
Ameerah chronology
"The Sound of Missing You"
(2010)
"Freaky Like Me"
(2010)

"Freaky Like Me" is an Arjang "DreamRoc'a" Shishegar also known as Sha, and TJ Oosterhuis. It was released on the 20th September 2010. The song reached number one in Norway, making it their third number one in the country and their third biggest international hit.

Track listing

Digital download[1]
No. TitleLyrics Length
1. "Freaky Like Me"  Ameerah, Arjang "DreamRoc'a" Shishegar, TJ Oosterhuis, Tshawe Baqwa & Yosef Wolde-Mariam 3:09

Credits and personnel

  • Lead vocals – Madcon
  • Backing vocals – DreamRoc'a
  • Female vocals – Ameerah
  • Music – ≈ Arjang "DreamRoc'a" Shishegar, TJ Oosterhuis
  • Lyrics – Ameerah, Arjang "DreamRoc'a" Shishegar, TJ Oosterhuis, Tshawe Baqwa & Yosef Wolde-Mariam

Chart performance

See also

  • List of number-one hits in Norway in 2010

References

External links

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