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It's a New Day (song)

"It's a New Day"
Change Is Now: Renewing America's Promise
Released November 7, 2008
Format Digital download
Recorded Ethernet and Record Plant, Los Angeles, January 31, 2008
Genre Hip hop
Length 3:39
Label Interscope
Writer(s) William Adams
Producer William Adams
will.i.am singles chronology

"All My Life (In the Ghetto)"
(2008)
"It's a New Day"
(2008)
"3 Words"
(2009)
For the James Brown song, see It's a New Day (James Brown song).

"It's a New Day" is the third single from the political compilation album, Change Is Now: Renewing America's Promise, produced and organised by rapper and producer will.i.am. It was released on November 7, 2008. Will performed the song for the first time on The Oprah Winfrey Show. The song was written as a tribute to President Barack Obama's victory. It was used in an episode of the second season of Gossip Girl. A parody of the song was featured on the Boondocks episode "It's a Black President, Huey Freeman." It was titled "Dick Riding Obama", and featured will.i.am, rapper Thugnificent, Gangstalicious and a George Clooney lookalike debating whether Obama's victory was really a success. A scene from the episode was released on YouTube before the episode aired as a form of viral marketing.

Music video

The song's music video was released in November 2008, and features cameos by various celebrities, including:

Charts

Chart (2008) Peak
Position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 78
Canadian Hot 100 84
Hungarian Singles Chart[1] 135

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