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"Young, Wild & Free"
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Single by Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa with Bruno Mars
from the album Mac & Devin Go to High School
Released October 11, 2011 (2011-10-11)
Format
Genre
Length 3:27
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s) The Smeezingtons
Snoop Dogg singles chronology
"The Mack"
(2011)
"Young, Wild & Free"
(2011)
"I Drink I Smoke"
(2011)
"The Mack"
(2011)
"Young, Wild & Free"
(2011)
"I Drink I Smoke"
(2011)
Wiz Khalifa singles chronology
"5 O'Clock"
(2011)
"Young, Wild & Free"
(2011)
"I'm On"
(2011)
Bruno Mars singles chronology
"It Will Rain"
(2011)
"Young, Wild & Free"
(2011)
"Count On Me"
(2011)

"Young, Wild & Free" is a song by American rappers Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa with American singer-songwriter Bruno Mars. It was released on October 11, 2011 by Atlantic Records as the lead single from the soundtrack of the film, Mac & Devin Go to High School. Mars, Philip Lawrence, and Ari Levine of The Smeezingtons co-wrote the track with Christopher Brown, Snoop Dogg, and Wiz Khalifa. Since the song samples two other songs ("Toot It & Boot It" and "Sneakin' in the Back"), songwriting credits were added for a total of seventeen. Produced by the Smeezingtons, its composition begun during a Smeezingtons freestyle studio session; when progress on the song stalled, Aaron Bay-Shuck considered it a potential hit and asked them to finish it. After the song was finished, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa were added.

"Young, Wild & Free" received mixed reviews from music critics, who praised it for standing out stylistically from the rest of the soundtrack with hip-hop drums and a piano hook. Some critics praised Mars' pop-nostalgia chorus and Snoop Dogg's rap, but criticized Wiz Khalifa's rap performance due to being too rough. It was commercially successful, reaching the top ten in several markets (including number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 and number six in France and Switzerland); it peaked at number two in New Zealand and number four in Australia. The single was certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), five times platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) and one-time platinum by Recorded Music NZ (RMNZ).

Its accompanying music video, filmed in Montclair, California in October 2011, was directed by Dylan Brown. The video features Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa having fun driving karts, skateboarding and surrounded by girls at a party, interspersed with footage from Mac & Devin Go to High School. "Young, Wild & Free" was performed live several times, including on the 2012 VMA Tour and at Coachella 2012. It was also part of the 2015 Boys of Zummer (the American leg of Khalifa's tour with Fall Out Boy), Dogg's 2016 Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2, and two collaborative tours by Dogg and Khalifa: the 2011 High School Tour and the 2016 High Road Summer Tour. The song was nominated for Best Rap Song at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards in 2013, and received the Most Performed Song award at the 2013 ASCAP Pop Music Awards.

Background and production

During an interview in the American music magazine American Songwriter, Philip Lawrence said that "Young, Wild & Free" was "an after-thought" and "there’s a lot of fun behind it". The song began when the Smeezingtons were experimenting in the studio, a process which usually starts when they get behind the mic and singing "until something sticks". Although the team thought "it was just a little something" which would never be heard, Aaron Bay-Shuck told them the song was a "smash" and they had to finish it.[1] Mars then sent the song to Snoop Dogg, who showed it to Wiz Khalifa. They liked the track, decided to record it and returned the recording to Mars (who added finishing touches).[1][2]

"Young, Wild & Free" was initially written by Calvin Broadus, Cameron Thomaz, Peter Hernandez, Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine and Christopher Brown. Since it sampled "Toot It & Boot It" by American rapper Keenon Jackson and singer Tyrone Griffin, they received writing credits with Nye Lee, Marlon Borrow and Marquise Newman (who did additional writing).[3] "Toot It & Boot It" had sampled "Songs in the Wind" by The Association (written by Ted Bluechel) from their 1966 album, Renaissance, so Bluechel was added as a songwriter.[4][5] "Young, Wild & Free"'s opening piano sampled "Sneakin' in the Back", from the 1974 album Tom Scott and The L.A. Express, and the song was re-registered with ASCAP with additional writing credits for Max Bennett, Larry Carlton, John Guerin, Joe Sample and Tom Scott.[6][7][8] The single was produced by Mars, Lawrence and Levine under their stage name, The Smeezingtons, and was engineered by Levine, Andy Drucker and Travis "Shaggy" Marshall at Levcon Studios and Paramount Recording Studios in Los Angeles and DSR in Hollywood. Levine mixed the track at Levcon Studios.[3]

Composition and lyrical interpretation

"Young, Wild & Free" is a three-minute, 27-second pop-rap song.[9][10][11] It differs from the G-funk style of other songs by Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa on the soundtrack, incorporating pop elements into the chorus.[12][13] According to the digital sheet music, the song was composed in the key of D major with a tempo of 100 beats per minute. Dogg's voice ranges from a low of B2 to a high of A4.[14] The song consists of hip-hop drums overlaid with a revolving, chilled "twinkling" piano hook and Mars' "sprightly" and "carefree choral hook".[9][15] Its "carefree vibes" make the single "the perfect soundtrack for a Friday night with friends".[16] Coughing is heard, implying a party vibe.[17] The song is a weed anthem, reminiscing about "hazy times" and youth:[9][10][15] "It's like I'm 17 again/ Peach fuzz on my face/Lookin', on the case /Trying to get a hella taste", while the former in the following verses "Roll joints bigger than King Kong's fingers/ And smoke them hoes down until they're stingers."[9][10] Mars' pop-soul chorus is also nostalgic:[9][18][19] "So what, we get drunk/So what, we smoke weed/We’re just having fun/We don’t care who sees/So what, we go out/That's how it's supposed to be/Living young and wild and free."[17]

Critical reception and accolades

The song received mixed reviews from most music critics. For Entertainment Weekly, Kyle Anderson praised its "sweet" Mars' hook; with "'song of summer' written all over it", it "could have been a graduation anthem for stoners everywhere" if it was released in May.[18] MTV's Jenna Rubenstein gave the song a generally-positive review as more than a "reckless party jam"; the three singers are not bothered by the judgments of others, and "that's the positive, family-friendly message we're taking".[17] Billboard magazine gave it three-and-a-half out of five stars, calling it "a haze of nostalgia". The review praised Snoop Dogg's effortless flow, but called Whiz Khalifa's delivery "forceful" and "punchy"; it "gets on top of the beat and harshes the mellow laid-back production."[9] In a similar review, Lewis Corner of Digital Spy praised Dogg's verses and called the single "cool and addictive"; however, he found the song's "flavor" short-lived.[15] In a negative review, Shea Serrano of LA Weekly compared the track's atmosphere to the "inside of a cloud (smoke), a celebration or idea of what some teenagers who smoke pot would like". Serrano noted, ironically, that the song's performers were neither young, wild nor free.[20]

On AllMusic, David Jeffries wrote that "Young, Wild & Free" had a more contemporary, friendly sound that the rest of the album; the single is "polished, bright and sunshine material".[12] In another album review, Michael Madden of Consequence of Sound considered it one of the few songs good enough for a soundtrack due to the "smooth pop vocals of Bruno Mars and glitzy Hollywood production".[21] The A.V. Club's Chris Martins praised the single's "sharp keys and lite Jackson 5 bounce" in comparison with the other, G-Funk songs on the soundtrack.[13] The song was nominated for Best Rap Song at the 2013 Grammy Awards and received the Most Performed Song award at the 2013 ASCAP Pop Music Awards.[22][23] According to a Billboard list measuring a song's "inebriated energy on a scale of one (mildly buzzed) to 10 (totally stoned)", "Young, Wild & Free" received a seven; according to the Billboard staff, it could be appreciated by "serious stoners" and anyone else because of its playfulness.[10]

Commercial performance

"Young, Wild & Free" debuted at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States, selling 159,000 digital copies[24] and peaking at number seven.[25] It topped the Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 chart for three weeks, and peaked at number four on the Hot Rap Songs chart.[26][27] The song peaked at number 10 in the US Billboard Mainstream Top 40,[28] and was number 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 year-end ranking.[29] In Canada, "Young, Wild & Free" peaked at number 13 on the Canadian Hot 100.[30] It was certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and triple platinum by Music Canada (MC).[31][32] By September 2012, the song had sold 3,211,000 digital units.[33]

In Europe, "Young, Wild & Free" reached the top 10 of several countries. It entered the French chart at number 50 in early November 2011, peaking at number six and spending 48 weeks on the chart.[34] The song entered Norway's VG-lista chart in early 2012 at number 20. It spent 12 weeks on the chart, peaking at number six in its third week.[35] The single peaked at number six in its tenth week on the Swiss Hitparade, leaving the chart 26 weeks later.[36] "Young, Wild & Free" peaked at number nine and spent 17 weeks on the FlandersUltratop 50 chart.[37] It was certified gold, with the same number of sold copies (15,000) in both countries, by IFPI Switzerland and the Belgian Entertainment Association.[38][39] On January 14, 2012, the song peaked at number seven in its eighth week on the Dutch Top 40.[40] In Italy, it peaked at number five and was certified double platinum by FIMI.[41][42]

"Young, Wild & Free" debuted on the Australian Singles Chart at number 17, and entered the top ten in its sixth week on the chart at number five. The following two weeks (in early January 2012), it peaked at number four.[43] The song was certified five times platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA).[44] In New Zealand, it debuted at number 21 and rose to number 11 the following week before peaking at number two for three consecutive weeks. The song spent nine weeks in the top ten,[45] and was certified platinum by Recorded Music NZ (RMNZ).[46]

Music video

The music video for "Young, Wild & Free" was filmed on October 19, 2011 at the Mission Tiki Drive-in Theater in Montclair, California.[47] It was directed by Dylan Brown (who also directed Mac & Devin Go to High School),[2] and was produced by Lucy Brown for the Yard Company.[48] Snoop Dogg told MTV that the video is about "the celebration of being young, wild, and free - having a good time".[2] In the behind-the-scenes video, Wiz Khalifa and Dogg were having fun "driving go-karts, spinning through a zorb, and sliding down a Slip-n-Slide" while being "stoned out of their minds". Mars was not seen in this footage, implying that he would not appear in the video.[49] It premiered on October 26, 2011 on several MTV channels.[50]

In the video, Dogg and Khalifa play two students at "N. Hale High School" (a play on the word "inhale").[51] A "chilled out" Khalifa and an "easy going" Dogg have a good time at a party, skateboard in a parking lot and drive around it in a "souped-up off-road kart" with several girls. They linger "on the hood of a car" with tattooed "hot babes" who play on a Slip-N-Slide.[51][52][2] Dogg is seen driving his 1967 Pontiac Parisienne.[47] The scenes are interspersed with "psychedelic" footage from Mac & Devin Go to High School with a "nerded-out" Khalifa.[51][52] Mars did not appear in the video.[51]

Live performances and reception

"Young, Wild & Free" was performed live several times. Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa began their High School Tour (a small, joint tour) in late 2011 to promote the soundtrack, and "Young, Wild & Free" was the closing song.[53][54] In early 2012, Dogg and Khalifa appeared on Power 106’s Big Boy’s Neighborhood and performed the single.[55] Khalifa performed the song live on the 2012 VMA Tour, and Dogg performed it during his set at Coachella 2012; Khalifa joined him onstage with a giant joint.[56][57] Khalifa co-headlined with Fall Out Boy on the Boys of Zummer (North American) leg of the American Beauty/American Psycho Tour (2015), where he performed the single.[58][59] Dogg and Khalifa united for the High Road Summer Tour (2016), where they performed "Young, Wild & Free" together.[60] Dogg rapped the song as the final act of his Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2 (2016).[61][62]

Rob Markman of MTV attended a show of the High School Tour, and said that Snoop and Khalifa's "onstage chemistry was undeniable."[54] Brittany Spanos of Rolling Stone found Khalifa truthful "to his blunted rep"; during the song's performance on the Boys of Zummer tour, he tossed two large, inflatable joints around.[58] The Palm Beach Post's Corvaya Jeffries said about the High Road Summer tour, "No one was seated. If they weren't dancing, they were still standing with phones in hand ... Fans sang the feel good chorus at the top of their lungs."[60] Cal Roach of the Milwaukee Record reviewed a Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2 show, and using "Young, Wild & Free" to close Dogg's set "felt preposterously appropriate".[62]

Track listing

Digital download[11]
No. Title Length
1. "Young, Wild & Free" (Explicit) (featuring Bruno Mars) 3:27
Digital download[63]
No. Title Length
1. "Young, Wild & Free" (Clean) (featuring Bruno Mars) 3:27
CD single[48]
No. Title Length
1. "Young, Wild & Free" (Explicit) (featuring Bruno Mars) 3:27
2. "Young, Wild & Free" (Music Video) (featuring Bruno Mars) 3:27

Credits and personnel

Engineering and mixing
  • Engineered at DSR, Hollywood, California, Levcon Studios and Paramount Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California; mixed at Levcon Studios, Hollywood, California

Personnel

  • Songwriting – Calvin Broadus, Cameron Thomaz, Peter Hernandez, Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine, Cristopher Brown, Ted Bluechel, Marlon Borrow, Tyrone Griffin, Keenon Jackson, Nye Lee, Marquise Newman, Max Bennett, Larry Carlton, John Guerin, Joe Sample, Tom Scott
  • Production – The Smeezingtons
  • Engineer – Travis "Shaggy" Marshall, Ari Levine, Andy Drucker
  • Mixing – Ari Levine

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Mac & Devin Go to High School (soundtrack), Atlantic, Rostrum, Doggystyle and Fontana Records and ASCAP.[3][6]

Charts

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[44] 5× Platinum 350,000^
Austria (IFPI Austria)[91] Gold 15,000*
Belgium (BEA)[39] Gold 15,000*
Canada (Music Canada)[32] 3× Platinum 240,000^
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[92] Gold 15,000^
Germany (BVMI)[93] Gold 200,000^
Italy (FIMI)[42] 2× Platinum 100,000*
Mexico (AMPROFON)[94] Gold 30,000*
New Zealand (RMNZ)[46] Platinum 15,000*
Sweden (GLF)[88] 2× Platinum 80,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[38] Gold 15,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[95] Gold 400,000double-dagger
United States (RIAA)[31] 4× Platinum 4,000,000double-dagger
Streaming
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[96] 2× Platinum 18,000,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
double-daggersales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Release history

"Young, Wild & Free" was first released on October 11, 2011, by Rostrum and Atlantic Records in various countries.[11] On December 4, 2011, the single was liberated digitally in the United Kingdom and on February 3, 2012, and it was released with its accompanying music video in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.[97][48]

Region Date Format Label Ref.
Various October 11, 2011 Digital download
  • Rostrum
  • Atlantic Records
[a]
United Kingdom December 4, 2011 N/A [97]
Germany February 3, 2012 CD single Atlantic Records [48]
Austria
Switzerland

Notes

  1. ^ On October 11, 2011 the single was released in various countries around the world.[11][63][98][99]

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