Crazy Sexy Wild

Crazy Sexy Wild” is a song recorded by Romanian singer Inna from her third studio album, Party Never Ends (2013). It was digitally released on 14 September 2012 by DIY, while a Romanian-language version titled “Tu și eu” (Romanian: “You and I”/”You and me”) was previously made available on 12 June 2012 through Roton. The track was written by Henri Lanz, Kimberly Cole, Will Rappaport and Inna, while production was handled by Sebastian Barac, Radu Bolfea and Marcel Botezan. Musically, it is a dance track featuring 90s sounds in its instrumentation. One music critic compared it to Nicki Minaj‘s “Starships” (2012).

2012 single by Inna
“Crazy Sexy Wild”
Single by Inna
from the album Party Never Ends
Released 12 June 2012 (“Tu și eu”)
14 September 2012 (“Crazy Sexy Wild”)
Genre Dance
Length 3:06
Inna singles chronology
Crazy Sexy Wild
Alternative cover

“Tu și eu” cover

Reviewers were mostly positive towards the two versions, with them calling “Tu și eu” one of Inna’s best songs, but also criticizing it for the lack of originality. To promote the tracks, the same footage was used for a music video for both versions, shot by Edward Aninaru in Los Angeles. The visuals for “Crazy Sexy Wild” and “Tu și eu” was uploaded onto Inna’s YouTube channel on 2 August and 7 August 2012, respectively, showing a “love story” between the singer and a street musician.[1] She also performed the tracks on various occasions. Commercially, “Tu și eu” reached number five in Romania, while “Crazy Sexy Wild” peaked at number 49 in Japan.

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A 20-second sample of “Crazy Sexy Wild”, a dance song containing 90s sounds in its instrumentation.[2][3]

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The song — included on Inna’s third studio album Party Never Ends (2013) — was written by Henri Lanz, Kimberly Cole, Will Rappaport and the singer, while production was handled by Sebastian Barac, Radu Bolfea and Marcel Botezan.[4] A Romanian-language version of the track, titled “Tu și eu”, was first released in Romania on 12 June 2012 by Roton.[5] This was followed by the availability of “Crazy Sexy Wild” in Italy through DIY on 14 September,[6] and on 20 February 2013 in Japan by Roton.[7] The recording is of the dance genre, with Umberto Olivio from Italian portal RnB Junk likening it to Nicki Minaj‘s “Starships” (2012).[2] Jonathan Hamard, writing for Pure Charts, noticed 90s sounds in its instrumentation.[3]

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