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(Stay Awake) Tonight
Single by b-Rabbit
Released March 28, 2012
Recorded December 2011-February 2012
Genre Christian hip-hop

Political hip-hop

Length 17:40
Language English
Label BranFlakes
Producer Ghaovi Productions, KBeatz Production
b-Rabbit Singles chronology
Things Are Beautiful (2012) (Stay Awake) Tonight (2012) Writer's Block (2012)

"(Stay Awake) Tonight" is a song by American hip-hop artist b-Rabbit. It served as the second official single off of The b-Rabbit EP. It was released as a digital download on March 28th. The song is considered to be Political Hip-Hop.

BackgroundEdit

"(Stay Awake) Tonight" originated as a 'keep your head up' type song titled "Tonight (You Betta Stay Awake)". An early version of the song was posted on b-Rabbit's personal Facebook page as "Stay Awake (Tonight)" with lyrics that were run-of-the-mill 'don't give up hope' type lyrics. The song went through multiple re-writes since then and the new lyrics tackle a much heavier message.

Track ListEdit

All songs written by b-Rabbit.

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "(Stay Awake) Tonight" (Album Version) Ghaovi Productions 3:59
2. "(Stay Awake) Tonight" (Dubstep Remix) KBeatz Production 4:51
3. "(Stay Awake) Tonight" (Instrumental) Ghaovi Productions 3:59
4. "(Stay Awake) Tonight" (Dubstep Remix) (Instrumental) KBeatz Production 4:51
Total length: 17:40

Theme Edit

"(Stay Awake) Tonight" continues the story of how b-Rabbit's life started to change after giving his life back to Christ. In this song, Rabbit raps about how the United States needs Christ to save their citizens since the country is going through some tough economic times. b-Rabbit also makes references to the Occupy: Wall Street movement, the story of Jonah, the films Simon Birch, and Child's Play. Other references include the War on Terror in the Middle East and Lady Gaga's "Born This Way".

Music Video Edit

The official music video was uploaded on April 4th, 2012 on YouTube.com/bRabbitOFFICIAL.

Release historyEdit

Region Date Label(s) Format
United States March 28 2012 BranFlakes Records Digital download

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