Finally (CeCe Peniston song)

"Finally" is the 1991 debut single by American musician CeCe Peniston from her debut album, Finally. "Finally" became Peniston's first (and biggest) hit song, peaking at number five on the US Billboard Hot 100 in January 1992 and becoming her only US top-ten hit to date. Prior to that, the track was a major success on the US Dance charts, where it spent two weeks at number one in late 1991. In addition, a dance remix of the song peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart in March 1992. The remix appeared on many dance music compilations in the early 90s.

"Finally"
Finally CeCe Peniston US cover art.jpg
Cover art for US editions
Single by CeCe Peniston
from the album Finally
B-side"We Got a Love Thang" (UK)
Remix
ReleasedSeptember 23, 1991 (1991-09-23)
Format
Genre
Length4:05 (Album version)
4:09 (7" Choice mix)
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
CeCe Peniston singles chronology
"Finally"
(1991)
"I Like It"
(1991)
Audio sample
"12" Choice Mix"
Music video
"7" Mix" on YouTube

Background and releaseEdit

Peniston grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and began writing pop songs during school. The words of "Finally" were purportedly penned during a chemistry class, while thinking about dating in college.[1][2] In 1989 and 1990 she won the Miss Black Arizona pageant, and took the Miss Galaxy pageant a short time later.

Her music career began in January 1991, when Felipe "DJ Wax Dawg" Delgado, her friend and a record producer based also in Phoenix, asked Peniston to record back-up vocals for Tonya Davis, a rapper known as Overweight Pooch.[3][4][5] Though Overweight Pooch’s album flopped on the market, Manny Lehman (a DJ and executive producer) had noticed the powerful voice of the back-up vocalist, Peniston. He offered Delgado a chance to produce a track for Peniston to cultivate her potential as a solo artist.[4] Delgado called hometown friend and music producer, Rodney K. Jackson, to help co-produce Peniston’s single, which would become "Finally".[6]

Peniston was 21 years old when "Finally" was released. The song was released in the fall of 1991, where it became an instant dance anthem, peaking in October at the top of the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play for two weeks, while achieving respectable chart success overseas the following year. The song was re-released in the UK, where it reached a new peak of number 2, and also charted at number 8 in Australia and New Zealand. In Europe, the song reached number 3 in Belgium and number 5 in the Netherlands and Ireland. Following the single's success, Peniston completed her first album, Finally, in two months. The album was critically acclaimed, and Peniston celebrated a year-long run of awards success including the Billboard Award for Best New Artist (dance), and three ASCAP awards amongst numerous others. The song "Finally" has sold over 3 million copies to date.

When asked about "Finally" in a 2012 interview, Peniston said:

New versions of "Finally" were released in 1997 and 2011.

CompositionEdit

The remix of this song is based on the piano riff from the house music classic "Someday" by CeCe Rogers from 1987.[8] The song is performed in the key of B minor with a tempo of 120 beats per minute, following a chord progression of G(9) – G/A – Bm, and Peniston's vocals span from B3 to D5.[9]

Critical receptionEdit

Billboard wrote that Peniston "proves her potential as a future diva on this brain-embedding, spine-stirring house anthem. Assorted remixes by David Morales wisely keep the focus on her enigmatic vocals and have the muscle to knock down doors at club, urban, and top 40 levels. Very deep."[10] Dave Sholin from the Gavin Report described it as a "bright and infectious debut release" and also commented, "I had a preview of this song back in July and have been in love with it ever since!"[11] Music & Media stated that "this newcomer gives further evidence that dance is still developing into a more song-oriented direction. The violins give the tune the ambiance of Backstabbers by the O'Jays."[12] Amy Linden from Entertainment Weekly commented, "The slammin’ house/pop single of the moment? It’s CeCe Peniston’s ”Finally,” and its sheer joy and verve." She added further, "Grooving in the fabulousness of her newfound Mr. Right, and sorta amazed that it all happened, she wails deliciously, making you believe that true love will conquer all and that someday your prince (or princess) will come."[13] AllMusic editor Craig Lytle wrote in his review that the song and its follow-up "We Got a Love Thang" "employ that rapid dancehall groove better known as house music".[14]

Music videoEdit

The music video of "Finally" was directed by Claude Borenzweig. It is very simple, showing Peniston performing the song within a variety of shapes and colors, sometimes with a guy. [15]

Impact and legacyEdit

DJ Magazine ranked it number 64 in their list of Top 100 Club Tunes in 1998.[16]

VH1 placed "Finally" at number 29 in their list of the 100 Greatest Dance Songs in 2000. [1]

MTV Dance placed "Finally" at number 28 in their list of The 100 Biggest '90s Dance Anthems Of All Time in November 2011.[17]

Heart TV ranked the song number 3 in their list of 55 Biggest '90s Club Classics in March 2017.[18]

BuzzFeed listed the song in "The 101 Greatest Dance Songs Of the '90s" at number 1 in 2017. They wrote: "When it comes to ‘90s dance songs you’d be hard-pressed to find another song that so perfectly incorporates other music genres that made the decade so great — i.e., R&B, house, and pop — which is what makes “Finally” the quintessential ‘90s dance song."[19]

AccoladesEdit

Year Publisher Country Accolade Rank
1998 DJ Magazine United Kingdom "Top 100 Club Tunes" 64
2000 VH1 United States "100 Greatest Dance Songs"[2] 29
2011 MTV Dance United Kingdom "The 100 Biggest 90's Dance Anthems of All Time"[20] 28
2017 Heart TV United Kingdom "55 Biggest '90s Club Classics" 3
2017 BuzzFeed United States "The 101 Greatest Dance Songs Of the '90s" 1
2018 ThoughtCo United States "The Top 100 Best Party Songs of All Time"[21] 60

Track listings and formatsEdit

US cassette single

  1. "Finally" (7" Mix) – 4:27
  2. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08

US CD single

  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (12" Mix without Rap) – 7:07
  3. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04

US 12" and CD maxi-single

  1. "Finally" (12" Mix) – 7:04
  2. "Finally" (Momo Mix) – 7:02
  3. "Finally" (7" Mix) – 4:27
  4. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  5. "Finally" (Journey Mix) – 7:02
  6. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08

European and UK 7", CD and cassette French singles

  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (7" Mix without Rap) – 4:05

Australian CD and cassette single

  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04

Netherlands and UK 7" singles

  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (7" PKA Mix) – 3:58

Australian, European and UK 12" singles

  1. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  2. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  3. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07

UK 12" single

  1. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  2. "Finally" (12" PKA Mix) – 7:08
  3. "We Got a Love Thang" (The Factory Jam) – 7:08

UK CD single

  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  3. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07

European and UK CD maxi-single

  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  3. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07
  4. "Finally" (7" Mix without Rap) – 4:05

UK CD maxi-single

  1. "Finally" (7" Choice Mix) – 4:08
  2. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:04
  3. "Finally" (12" PKA Mix) – 7:08
  4. "Finally" (7" PKA Mix) – 3:58
  5. "Finally" (Somedub Mix) – 7:07

Charts and certificationsEdit

Music awards and nominationsEdit

Credits and personnelEdit

Management

Production

Personnel

SamplingEdit

  • In 1996 Mariah Carey sampled in the song "Daydream Interlude".
  • In 2000 Ham & DNA sampled it in the song "About U".
  • In 2003 Girl Talk sampled it in the song "Touch 2 Feel".
  • In 2012 DJ Earl sampled it in the song "Tru Love".
  • In 2013 Figgy sampled it in the song "Can't Hide".
  • In 2015 Mr. Belt & Wezol sampled it in their song "Finally".
  • In 2016 DJ Mustard feat. Travi$ Scott sampled it in the song "Whole Lotta Lovin'".

ReissuesEdit

Finally 1997Edit

"Finally '97"
 
Single by CeCe Peniston
from the album Finally (1997 reissue)
B-side
ReleasedSeptember 1997 (1997-09)
Format
Length3:26 (Classic Funk Radio Mix)
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Music video
"Classic Funk Radio Mix" on YouTube

In 1997, "Finally" was remixed by Eric Kupper to enhance the overseas issue of Peniston's album Finally, which was re-released in Europe and Japan along with her greatest collection, The Best Of CeCe Peniston .

The new remixed version of the song entitled "Classic Funk Mix" (a.k.a. "Finally '97") successfully re-entered the British charts, peaking on September 13 at number 26 on the UK Singles Chart,[52] meaning Peniston had three chart entries with one and the same title (in March 92, in September 97).

Additional creditsEdit

  • Recording studio – Hysteria Recording
  • Publishing – PolyGram Music
  • Producer, engineering, programming, keyboards, guitar and bassEric Kupper
  • Remixing – Kupper, George Mitchell and Steven Doherty (as Sharp)
  • Design – Alex

Track listings and formatsEdit

French CD single

  1. "Finally" (Classic Funk Radio Mix) – 3:26
  2. "Finally" (Classic Funk Mix) – 7:13

European CD maxi-single

  1. "Finally" (Classic Funk Radio Mix) – 3:26
  2. "Finally" (Classic Funk Mix) – 7:13
  3. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Mix)" – 8:00
  4. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Dub)" – 5:28

Italian 12-inch vinyl single

  1. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Mix)" – 8:00
  2. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Dub)" – 5:28
  3. "Finally" (Classic Funk Mix) – 7:13
  4. "Finally" (Classic Funk Radio Mix) – 3:26

European/UK CD maxi-single (#1)

  1. "Finally" (Classic Funk Radio Mix) – 3:26
  2. "Finally" (Choice' Mix) – 4:09
  3. "We Got a Love Thang" (Silky 7") – 4:28
  4. "Hit by Love" (LP Version) – 4:34

European/UK CD maxi-single (#2)

  1. "Finally" (Classic Funk Radio Mix) – 3:26
  2. "Finally" (Classic Funk Mix) – 7:13
  3. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Mix)" – 8:00
  4. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Dub)" – 5:28
  5. "Finally" (Sharp's System Vocal) – 8:16
  6. "Finally" (Sharp's Funky Mirror Ball Dub) – 6:00

UK 12-inch double vinyl

  1. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Mix)" – 8:00
  2. "Finally" (Sharp's System Vocal) – 8:16
  3. "Finally" (Acappella)
  4. "Finally" (Nasty Funk Dub)" – 5:28
  5. "Finally" (Sharp's Funky Mirror Ball Dub) – 6:00
  6. "Finally" (Classic Funk Mix) – 7:13
  7. "Finally" (12" Choice Mix) – 7:05

ChartsEdit

Chart (1997) Peak
position
Europe (Eurochart Hot 100)[53] 79
UK Top 75 Singles[52] 26

Finally 2008Edit

"Finally 2k8"
Promotional single
from the album Mastermix: Pro Dance 08
Released2008 (2008)
FormatDigital download
Length7:05
LabelBimbo Rock (AU)
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)

In the summer of 2008, the song was remixed by Kam Denny, an Australian DJ and producer, and Paul Zala, an electrohouse DJ based in Melbourne. Subtitled as "Kam Denny & Paul Zala Remix", or rather "Vandalism Remix", the promotional single was released in Australia on Bimbo Rock, a local indie dance/electro label formed by TV Rock. The new adaptation gained underground house music popularity and entered the local Club Tracks Chart, topping for four weeks at number one.[54]

Additional creditsEdit

  • Producers and remixing – Kam Denny and Paul Zala

ChartsEdit

Finally 2011Edit

"Finally 2011"
 
Single by CeCe Peniston featuring Joyriders
B-side"Remix"
ReleasedOctober 3, 2011 (2011-10-03)
Format
Length2:58 (Roman Hunter Airplay Mix)
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Music video
"Finally" featuring Joyriders on YouTube

On the twentieth anniversary of "Finally," Peniston made a number of additional remixes of the song for Paul Oakenfold, featuring Joyriders, and supported also by music video.[57] Originally, the song was to be attached to her cancelled studio album CeCe.[58]

Additional creditsEdit

  • Executive producer – Paul Oakenfold
  • Vocals – Peniston (re-recorded)
  • Performer – Joyriders
  • Producers and remixing – Roman Hunter, Digitalchord, Zen Freeman, Remy Le Duc, Mikael Nordgren (as Tiger Stripes), Chuckii Booker (as DJ Cii)
  • Vocal production – Kevin Lewis

Track listings and formatsEdit

Release #1

  1. "Finally" (Roman Hunter Airplay Mix) – 2:58

Release #2

  1. "Finally" (Roman Hunter Remix) – 7:03
  2. "Finally" (Digitalchord Remix) – 7:00
  3. "Finally" (Zen Freeman & Remy Le Duc Remix) – 6:03
  4. "Finally" (Tiger Stripes Remix) – 7:22
  5. "Finally" (DJ Cii Remix) – 2:31

Deep House Selection, Volume 6 (The Finest Deep House Tunes)

  1. "Finally" (Tiger Stripes Radio Edit) – 3:15

LegacyEdit

In popular cultureEdit

The song features in the 1998 film Bimboland produced by Ariel Zeitoun. The 7-inch Choice Mix was used in the 1994 film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and featured on its soundtrack album. The song is also featured in the stage musical based on the film.[citation needed]

For her ninth tour Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour that resumed on November 11, 2006 at Sydney Entertainment Centre (ended on January 23, 2007), Kylie Minogue used elements of Peniston's song when performing her 2000 comeback single "Spinning Around", co-written by Paula Abdul.[59]

In November 2009, pop musician Lady Gaga used excerpts of "Finally" for the opening of The Monster Ball Tour in her song "Dance in the Dark".[citation needed]

In July 2014, British singer Matt Fishel included a cover version of the song on his virtual EP Cover Boy. The accompanying video won the category for Best Lyric Video at the 2014 LGBT-based RightOutTV Music & Video Award.[60]

In 2015, the song was also used in an advertisement for Ariel detergent in the Philippines, along with modified lyrics to promote the product.[61] The commercial has since spawned numerous parodies poking fun at the campy nature of the commercial and the song used, with numerous people and fictional characters lip-syncing to the tune.[62]

The song was used as a lip-sync song during the ninth season of RuPaul's Drag Race. On the seventh episode contestants Nina Bo'nina Brown and Aja had to lip-sync to avoid elimination; Aja was eliminated.

See alsoEdit

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