It was originally released on October 11, as a promotional single and then re-released on February 24, by Sony Music Entertainment.
The song "Marry that girl" at number six on the Canadian Hot and internationally topped the charts in the United States and the United Kingdom and peaked within the top ten of the charts in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden. The lead singer of Magic! After the two of them got into a fight with each other, the band based the song off that headline. The couple was in a "mean time" when they were both being rude to each other, as Nasri says in what he describes as a "dark vibe.
Critical reviews for "Rude" have been mixed. On a positive note, 4Music complimented the song, saying: On December 9,the band made their Australian television debut on Sunrisewhere they performed "Rude". The music video features the band singing the song in a garage while scenes show Nasri in a relationship with a beautiful woman played by model Ayla Parker.
After this, Nasri asks her conservative father, played by actor Brian Knudson,  for her hand in marriage, but the father refuses and won't explain why. The mother, played by actress Mary Kay McCartney, is somewhat softer. Eventually, Nasri secretly proposes to her and together with the rest of the band, try to convince the father, but he still refuses.
Nasri marries her anyway and all party in the garage as Parker proclaims her love for Nasri and she abandons her overprotective father's house once and for all. The video was released on the band's YouTube account on December 5, On the chart Marry that girl dated September 6,the song tumbled from number one to number 5 on the Hot as Marry that girl Swift's "Shake it Off" debuted atop the chart. This is the first time since The Black Eyed Peas' "Marry that girl" Gotta Feeling" that a song fell all the way to the number 5 spot after spending as many as six weeks atop the chart.
The song has spent 16 weeks in the chart's top ten. It is also the ninth reggae song to reach the summit, the last being Sean Paul 's " "Marry that girl" Busy " in The song has peaked at number two in Ireland.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A second sample of "Rude", a pop and reggae fusion song.
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