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"Même pas fatigué !!!" is a 2009 song recorded as duet by Magic System and Khaled. It was the lead single from Khaled's album Liberté on which it is the 18th track, and it also appeared on Kore's album Rai'N'B Fever : Même pas fatigué !!! on the second disc. The song stayed at number-one hit for seven non-consecutive weeks in France, becoming Magic System's first topping hit and most successful single in France. It was also much aired on radio.

"Même pas fatigué!!!"
Même pas fatigué !!!.jpg
Single by Magic System and Khaled
from the album Liberté
FormatCD single
Digital download
GenreZouglou, raï
LabelUniversal Music France
Songwriter(s)Assalfo Traoré
Aurélien Mazin
Khaled Hadj Brahim
Kore, Bellek
Magic System
Magic System singles chronology
"Zouglou Dance - Joie de vivre"
"Même pas fatigué!!!"
Khaled singles chronology
"Wana wana"
"Même pas fatigué !!!"
"C'est la vie"
Music video
"Même pas fatigué !!!" on YouTube


Music videoEdit

A music video was shot being a football game between two amateur teams of celebrities dubbed "Rai'N'B" and "Fever". Rai'N'B wins by 37-34! French footballer Franck Ribéry made a cameo appearance on the music video.

Track listingsEdit

CD single
  1. "Même pas fatigué !!!" —
  2. "Même pas fatigué !!!" (remix club by DJ Djul'S) —
Digital download
  1. "Même pas fatigué !!!" —
  2. "Même pas fatigué !!!" (remix club by DJ Djul'S) —


Peak positionsEdit

Chart (2009) Peak
Belgian Singles Chart (Wallonia)[1] 12
European Hot 100 Singles 4
French Digital Singles Chart[2] 2
French Physical Singles Chart[3] 1
Swiss Singles Chart[4] 49

End of year chartsEdit

End of year chart (2009) Position
Belgian Singles Chart (Wallonia)[5] 60
European Hot 100 Singles[6] 27
French Physical Singles Chart[7] 2


  1. ^ "Même pas fatigué !!!", Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart (Retrieved June 12, 2009)
  2. ^ French Digital Singles Chart - 21/03/2009
  3. ^ "Même pas fatigué !!!", French Singles Chart (Retrieved June 12, 2009)
  4. ^ "Même pas fatigué !!!", Swiss Singles Chart (Retrieved June 12, 2009)
  5. ^ "2009 Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart" (in French). Ultratop. Retrieved 30 December 2009.
  6. ^ "2009 Eurochart Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved 15 January 2009.
  7. ^ "Classement des 100 premiers Singles par GfK Music" (pdf) (in French). disqueenfrance. p. 20. Retrieved 8 April 2010.