Nelly Furtado - Explode

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Music video by Nelly Furtado performing Explode.

(C) 2004 Dreamworks Records


"Explode" is a song written by Canadian singer Nelly Furtado and Gerald Eaton for Furtado's second studio album, Folklore (2003). It is produced by Eaton and was released in September 2004 as the fourth single from the album.

The single was released in Canada but not the US. The song charted in the top 40 in Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany.

Furtado said the song "came from a poem I wrote called Teenage Waste. When you're a teenager, you want to try everything; you're like a little firecracker. Your wiser self is there, somewhere deep down, depending on how young or old your soul is. But it doesn’t always show itself. "Explode" is visceral; it's guttural. That's why part of the song uses terms from Capoeira, the Brazilian martial arts form. It touches on teenage experimentation and bliss and fun, but also on some violence and aggression."

The video for "Explode" was shot in the Central Technical School in Toronto, Ontario and directed by Bradley Clayford and Nelly Furtado.
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