It was written by Kevin CossomM. It samples the lyrics of the single " Pony ", performed by Ginuwine. The song received generally positive reviews from music critics. Many reviewers thought that "Jump" stood out as one of a couple of highlights on Unapologeticwhile a few others singled it out as the sole highlight.
However, it prompted a mixed reaction from James Montgomery for MTVwho thought that the dubstep bass line produced a "mixed result". Genevieve Koski for The A. Clubwho wrote that the track should not have been included on the album as it Never Alone - Various - Super Eurobeat Vol.
97 a poor song choice, commented that songs like "Jump" are responsible for simply furthering her career in the music industry. Following the release of Unapologetic"Jump" debuted on the French Singles Chart at number and the UK Singles Chart at number due to strong digital download sales. Rihanna began developing a "new sound" for her seventh studio album in Marcheven though she had not yet begun recording. However, the tweet was shortly deleted and replaced with another clarifying that more information will available the next day September It was written by Kevin Cossom and M.
Williams together with its producers StarGate Mikkel S. My management told me she wanted to use it, and Rihanna, I'm a fan of hers and I love what she's doing. You got to embrace it! You can't be a stickler Eric Henderson for Slant Magazine disapproved of "Jump", writing that it is an "ice-cold" and "echoey dubstep torture chamber" whereby Rihanna interpolates Ginuwine's "Pony" sample void of emotion.
Allison Stewart for The Washington Post thought that "Jump" stood out as one of the highlights of Unapologeticdescribing it as a "monster in the making". Along with " Stay ", Stewart listed "Jump" as her top two songs on the album. Rihanna's is no exception". He further wrote that he felt as though the album peaked after the second track, "Diamonds", had finished, but stated that "Jump" filled void between that and the former.
Adam R. Holz for Plugged In Online described the track as "nasty" with a "crude" chorus. Club criticised "Jump", writing that it is the "perfect example" of poor decision making with regard to song choices for the album, which her opinion, have "elevated" Rihanna's career. She brandished the song as The Samples - Hithouse - Jack To The Sound Of The Underground decadence without shame".
He continued it described "Jump" as a "safe option" to include on the album. Following the release of Unapologetic"Jump" debuted on two national single charts due to strong digital download sales. In France, it debuted at number for the week dated December 1,and fell to number the following week; it Remember Your Old Steps (Remix) - Sigma 7 - The Great Jump a total of two weeks on the chart. In Oceania, it attained commercial success after being released as a single.
It peaked at number 10 in New-Zealand and at number 5 in Australia, where it was certified Platinum for shipments over 75, Remember Your Old Steps (Remix) - Sigma 7 - The Great Jump . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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