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Nu Flow

"Nu Flow"
Single by Big Brovaz
from the album Nu-Flow
Released October 14, 2002
Format CD single, vinyl
Recorded 2002
Genre R&B
Rap
Hip hop
Length 3:21
Label Sony, Epic Records
Writer(s) Big Brovaz (Cherise, Nadia, J-Rock & Randy) & Dionne Howell
Producer(s) Skillz & Fingaz
Big Brovaz singles chronology
"Nu Flow"
(2002)
"OK"
(2003)

"Nu Flow" is the debut single by British R&B collective Big Brovaz. It was the first single from their debut album Nu-Flow, released in late 2002.

"Nu Flow" was a huge success in the UK, peaking at number three in the UK Singles Chart and becoming one of the most successful UK hip hop songs, spending four and a half months inside the UK top seventy-five.[1] The single was also a huge success in Australia, where it also peaked at number three and was their joint-highest peaking hit with "Favourite Things". In Australia, the song received a Platinum Accreditation.[2] The accompanying music video was directed by Vaughan Arnell.[3]

Track listing

UK CD1 [4]

  1. "Nu Flow" (original clean radio edit)
  2. "Nu Flow" (Blacksmith club rub)
  3. "Nu Flow" (Shy FX & T-Power remix)
  4. "Nu Flow" (video)

UK CD2 [5]

  1. "Nu Flow" (original explicit album version)
  2. "Nu Flow" (Marley Marl main mix)
  3. "Nu Flow" (Fusion remix)

References

  1. ^ UK chart positions source
  2. ^ ARIA Charts - Accreditations - 2003 Singles
  3. ^ "MUSIC VIDEOS 35: Nu Flow - Big Brovaz". Campaign. 1 September 2002. Retrieved 17 August 2014. 
  4. ^ UK CD: 1 track listings reference
  5. ^ UK CD: 2 track listings reference

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