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What Is Love Haddaway Song

"What Is Love"
HaddawayWhatIsLoveMaxiCDCover.jpg
Single by Haddaway
from the album The Album
"Sing About Love"
Released
  • 8 May 1993 (Europe)
  • August 1993 (US)
Format
GenreEurodance[1][2]
Length4:29
LabelCoconut
  • Dee Dee Halligan
Haddaway singles chronology
"What Is Love"
(1993)
"Life"
(1993)
Music video
"What Is Love" on YouTube

"What Is Love" is a song recorded by Trinidadian-German Eurodance artist Haddaway for his debut album, The Album. The song was released on 8 May 1993 as the album's lead single by Coconut Records. It was a massive hit in Europe, becoming a number-one hit in at least 13 countries and reaching number two in Germany, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Outside Europe, the song was moderately successful, reaching number 11 in the United States, number 12 in Australia, number 17 in Canada, and number 48 in New Zealand.

Background

"What Is Love" was written and produced by German music producer and composer Dee Dee Halligan (Dieter Lünstedt a.k.a. Tony Hendrik) and Junior Torello (Karin Hartmann-Eisenblätter a.k.a. Karin van Haaren) of Coconut Records in Cologne. They were waiting for the right singer for the song. Trinidadian-born singer Nestor Alexander Haddaway was then chosen to sing it. He used to work as a producer, dancer and choreographer before he was signed to Coconut Records.[3] In a 2012 interview Haddaway said about the making of "What Is Love":

Release and legacy

Haddaway in the "What Is Love" music video.

"What Is Love" was released in Europe in May 1993 and in the US in August 1993. It peaked at number two in the United Kingdom and Germany and hit number one in 13 other countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and Zimbabwe. Debuting at number 87 on 28 August 1993, the song reached number 11 on the Hot 100 in the United States. The song also peaked at number 12 in Australia. By March 1994, worldwide sales of "What Is Love" had already reached 2.6 million.[5]

When asked about the meaning of "What Is Love" in a 2015 interview, Haddaway said:

Critical reception

Billboard wrote about the song: "Glorious pop/house ditty recently topped English pop charts, and was an international club hit almost a year ago. Wildly catchy chorus is complemented by a slick, synth-happy arrangement. Haddaway will conjure up images of Seal and Sydney Youngblood with his worldly baritone delivery. A sure-fire dance hit that has the muscle to push its way onto pop formats with ease."[7]

Music & Media noted that the song has "a fast house beat augmented by Nestor Haddaway's deeply soulful vocals. This is definitely on par with anything that has come out of Chicago's deep house scene for quite some time."[8]

The Gavin Report wrote: "Try sitting still seconds after this upbeat entry kicks in. Still hot in the U.K. where it had a Top 10 run, Haddaway's style is reminscent of the Fine Young Cannibals and just as exciting."[9]

Music video

The music video of "What Is Love" was directed by German music video director Volker Hannwacker.[10] It features Haddaway performing in an old castle, surrounded by vampire-like dominatrices.

Accolades

Year Publisher Country Accolade Rank
2011 Paste United States "Awesome One-Hit Wonders of the 1990s"[11] 6
2011 MTV Dance United Kingdom "The 100 Biggest 90's Dance Anthems of All Time"[12] 57
2013 Complex United States "10 Essential Eurodance Classics"[13] *
2013 Vibe United States "Before EDM: 30 Dance Tracks from the '90s That Changed the Game"[14] 4
2014 Idolator United States "The 50 Best Pop Singles of 1994"[15] 5
2017 BuzzFeed United States "The 101 Greatest Dance Songs of the '90s"[16] 11
2019 Elle United States "52 Best 1990s Pop Songs"[17] 39

(*) indicates the list is unordered.

In popular culture

"What is Love" experienced a revival as the song from the Saturday Night Live "Roxbury Guys" sketches later expanded into the 1998 feature film A Night at the Roxbury, where two brothers (played by Chris Kattan and Will Ferrell) frequently went to dance clubs with a third person (including actors such as Sylvester Stallone and Jim Carrey), credited as "Barhop". It was also used in the 2013 video game Saints Row IV and included as one of the tracks in Just Dance 2017.[18][19]

Formats and track listings

"What Is Love"
CD single / 7"
  1. "What Is Love" - 4:28
  2. "Sing About Love" - 3:12
CD single - United Kingdom
  1. "What Is Love" Radio Edit 7" Mix - 3:57
  2. "What Is Love" Club Mix - 5:00
  3. "What Is Love" 12" Mix - 6:40
  4. "What Is Love" Tour De Trance Mix - 6:00
  5. "What Is Love" Refreshmento Extro Mix - 5:42
CD maxi - France
  1. "What Is Love" (7" mix) - 4:29
  2. "What Is Love" (12" mix) - 6:40
  3. "What Is Love" (club mix) - 5:02
  4. "Sing About Love" - 4:36
"What Is Love" - remix
CD single - France
  1. "What Is Love" (eat-this mix - radio edit) - 4:19
  2. "What Is Love" (refreshmento extro mix) - 3:52
CD maxi
  1. "What Is Love" - remix (eat-this mix) - 6:54
  2. "What Is Love" (tour de trance-mix) - 6:00
  3. "What Is Love" (7" mix) - 4:27
"What Is Love" - reloaded
CD maxi
  1. "What Is Love" - reloaded (video mix) - 3:16
  2. "What Is Love" - reloaded (reloaded mix) - 6:09
  3. "What Is Love" - reloaded (what is club mix) - 6:39
  4. "What Is Love" - reloaded (Jens O.'s hard remix) - 5:32
  5. "What Is Love" - reloaded (Nathan Jolly's NRG remix) - 6:48
  6. "What Is Love" - reloaded (radio edit) - 2:56
  7. "What Is Love" - reloaded (lunaris remix) - 6:21

Charts

Weekly charts

Cover versions and sampling

  • In 2007, the song was covered by indie band The Gossip, with lead singer Beth Ditto changing the lyrics to "When Is Lunch?, Baby I'm Hungry, I'm Hungry, For More".[71]
  • In 2009, singer and songwriter Diane Birch completely rearranged the song,[72][73] that later was featured on Billboard magazine's Mashup Monday in 2010.[74]
  • In 2010, Sharaya J sampled the chorus for her performance on Missy Elliott's European tour.[75]
  • In 2010, Swedish boy band E.M.D. released a piano ballad version of "What Is Love" as the second single from their sophomore studio album Rewind.[76]
  • In 2010, American rappers Eminem and Lil Wayne sampled the song for the single "No Love" from Eminem's seventh studio album, Recovery.[2]
  • In 2013, it was covered by the band Foolstop in a rock style.[77]
  • In 2014, Canadian singer Kiesza did a "piano-and-synth cover" of the song.[78]

Klaas version

"Klaas meets Haddaway - What Is Love 2K9"
What-Is-Love-2k9.jpg
Single by Klaas
Released2009
LabelMostiko
Klaas
Music video
"What is Love 2K9" on YouTube

In 2009, German DJ Klaas remixed the song under the title "Klaas meets Haddaway - What Is Love 2K9". This remix charted in several European countries.

Chart (2009) Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[79] 37
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[80] 41
Belgium (Ultratip Wallonia)[81] 9
France (SNEP)[82] 5
Germany (Official German Charts)[83] 60
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[84] 49

Lost Frequencies version

"What Is Love 2016"
What-Is-Love-2016-Lost-Frequencies.jpg
Single by Lost Frequencies
from the album Less Is More
Released7 October 2016
Length2:52
Label
Lost Frequencies singles chronology
"Beautiful Life"
(2016)
"What Is Love 2016"
(2016)
"All or Nothing"
(2017)
Music video
"What Is Love 2016" on YouTube

In 2016, Belgian DJ Lost Frequencies released a cover titled "What Is Love 2016", as a single from his debut album Less Is More.[85] It was actually already produced back in 2014 as a remix for Jaymes Young's cover version of "What is Love". This version was remade for the album and became a hit on a number of European singles charts and topped the Belgian Ultratop Official Singles Chart.

Music video

An official music video was released directed by Soulvizion. It features the Dutch professional basketball player Don Rigters[86] who plays the role of David Rose, a basketball player who is severely injured trying to make a comeback to the game with encouragement from his girlfriend, (played by Melissa Kanza), his three teammates, (Alkenah Wansing, Jeroen Jansen and Lindy Chippendel) and by his basketball coach (played by J E Rigters).

Track listing

  • Armada / Mostiko, 7 October 2016
  1. "What Is Love 2016" - 2:52
  • Armada / Mostiko, 28 October 2016
  1. What Is Love 2016" (Regi & Lester Williams Remix) - 4:21
  • Lost & Cie / Armada, 11 November 2016
  1. "What Is Love 2016" (Regi & Lester Williams Remix) - 3:08
  2. "What Is Love 2016" (Regi & Lester Williams Extended Remix) - 4:10
  • Armada / Mostiko, 6 January 2017
  1. "What Is Love 2016" (Mike Mago Remix) - 3:29
  2. "What Is Love 2016" (Zonderling Remix) - 3:11
  3. "What Is Love 2016" (Galactic Marvl Remix) - 2:54
  4. "What Is Love 2016" (Rose Remix) - 3:08
  5. "What Is Love 2016" (Mike Mago Extended Remix) - 5:49
  6. "What Is Love 2016" (Zonderling Extended Remix) - 4:27
  7. "What Is Love 2016" (Rose Extended Remix) - 4:08

Weekly charts

Chart (2016-2017) Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[87] 20
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[88] 1
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Wallonia)[89] 12
France (SNEP)[90] 92
Germany (Official German Charts)[91] 24
Germany (Airplay Chart)[92] 2
Hungary (Rádiós Top 40)[93] 40
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[94] 73
Poland (Polish Airplay Top 100)[95] 29
Slovakia (Rádio Top 100)[96] 38
Slovenia (SloTop50)[97] 20
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[98] 99
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[99] 52

Year-end charts

Chart (2016) Peak
position
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[100] 41

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Belgium (BEA)[101] 2× Platinum 80,000*
Germany (BVMI)[102] Gold 200,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

See also

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