One Kiss (song)

"One Kiss" is a song by Scottish DJ and record producer Calvin Harris, and English singer Dua Lipa. The song was released for digital download and streaming as a standalone single, through Columbia Records and Sony Music on 6 April 2018. It was later included on the super deluxe edition of Lipa's debut studio album, Dua Lipa: Complete Edition (2018). The song was written by Harris and Lipa alongside Canadian singer Jessie Reyez, with Harris solely handling the production. It spans dance-pop, deep house, diva house, EDM, electro house, Eurodance, Euro house, funk house, and tropical house genres, with UK garage, funky disco and 1990s elements. Horns, organs, and a synth-line are featured within the song, as well as EDM and house beats. Lyrically, the song is about instantly falling in love with a romantical interest after a kiss.

"One Kiss"
A blue and black visual featuring the artits, Calvin Harris' and Dua Lipa's names, and the song name "One Kiss" in multiple places throughout the cover. It also features the song length, the record label's logo and a barcode.
Single by Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa
Released6 April 2018 (2018-04-06)
RecordedJanuary 2018
StudioGod's Eyes (Los Angeles)
Genre
Length3:34
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Calvin Harris
Calvin Harris singles chronology
"Nuh Ready Nuh Ready"
(2018)
"One Kiss"
(2018)
"Promises"
(2018)
Dua Lipa singles chronology
"IDGAF"
(2018)
"One Kiss"
(2018)
"Electricity"
(2018)
Alternative cover
Dua Lipa standing on sand hill in front of an orange sky and desert with birds and her backup dancers behind her. Her name, Calvin Harris' and the song title "One Kiss" all appear above her.
12-inch vinyl artwork
Music video
"One Kiss" on YouTube

"One Kiss" received generally favorable reviews from music critics, with many praising its throwback sound and summertime aesthetic. The song spent eight weeks atop the UK Singles Chart, becoming Harris' ninth and Lipa's second number one single, and standing as both's longest running number one single. It further peaked at number 26 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and has since been certified triple platinum in the United Kingdom and United States by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), respectively. The song reached the summit of charts in 18 other countries, including Germany, Ireland, and Scotland, and has been certified multi-platinum in 13 others, including diamond in France and Poland.

An accompanying music video was directed by Emil Nava and premiered through Apple Music exclusively on 1 May 2018, before being released to YouTube the following day. The video features Lipa in front of a green screen that shows many settings, including a pool where Harris appears as the singer's waiter. The visual received praise from critics, who highlighted the aesthetics and costumes. The song was also accompanied by a lyric video and Spotify-released vertical video. Harris and Lipa promoted "One Kiss" with several live performances, including ones for The Graham Norton Show, the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, and the 2019 Brit Awards. Several remixes of the song have been released, including ones by Jauz, Oliver Heldens, and R3hab.

Background and releaseEdit

Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa first met at a party, shortly after Lipa released her single "Be the One" (2015). Two years later, Harris discovered a half-written song that he thought Lipa would sound perfect on. Shortly afterwards, he contacted Lipa through Twitter DMs while she was in Jamaica and asked if she would like to work on a track, which she agreed to. Lipa met Harris at his house in Los Angeles while she was on the Self-Titled Tour, where he played her his previous song and video to get a feeling for where "One Kiss" was going.[1][2][3] Harris desired to create dance music like his previous work, ultimately wanting to create a house-sounding song with Lipa.[4] "One Kiss" was written by the two and Canadian singer Jessie Reyez, although Harris stated that he had little to do with the song's lyrical content.[5][6] It was recorded by Harris in January 2018 at God's Eyes Studios in Los Angeles, with him handling mixing as well at the same studio, while the song was mastered by Mike Marsh at The Exchange Mike Marsh Mastering in Devon.[3][5]

On 21 March 2018, Harris changed his Twitter header image to one featuring a QR code in the centre. When scanned, the code read: "Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – One Kiss".[7][8][9] The following month, both artists announced the song with identical social media posts,[10][11] revealing the blue cover art and the release date.[12][13][14] "One Kiss" was released for digital download and streaming on 6 April 2018, and later released as a twelve-inch single on 20 July 2018, with both releases being through Sony Music and Columbia Records.[15][16] It was also sent to contemporary hit radio formats in Australia,[17] Italy,[18] the United Kingdom,[19] and the United States,[20] as well as dance and rhythmic contemporary radio in the latter of the four countries.[21][22] The song was ultimately included as the fourth track on the second disc of the super deluxe edition of Lipa's eponymous debut studio album Dua Lipa: Complete Edition, released on 19 October 2018 through Warner Bros Records.[23]

Music and lyricsEdit

Musically, "One Kiss" is a dance-pop and house song,[27][28] with the house genre encompassing deep house,[29][30] diva house,[31][32][33] electro house,[34] Eurodance,[35][36] Euro house,[37] funk house,[38][39] and tropical house subgenres.[40][41] The song sees Harris returning to the EDM sound of his earlier works,[42][24] while incorporating UK garage, funky disco and 1990s elements.[28][25][43] It is composed in 4
4
time
and the key of F major, with a dance tempo of 124 beats per minute, and a chord progression of Am–Bmaj7–Fmaj7–Gm9.[44]

Driven by bassy EDM and house beats, "One Kiss" makes use of 1990s house instrumentals, including horns and pianos that were also categorized as such, a repeating synth-line, and interplays between organs and the bassline.[45][46][47][48] The song opens with a lengthy instrumental intro, containing tropical beats, before Lipa begins to sing over mellow synthesizers.[49][50] The chorus features a deep-bass alongside tropical house horns.[24][25] The brass instruments used in the track, which are initially heard in the first post-chorus, were described as sounding as though they have been pitch-modulated. For the final chorus, the middle section has a slow textural build‑up, before solely Lipa's vocals are heard on the first part of the chorus.[26]

Lipa's vocals were categorized as clear and smooth with raspy splashes, and they range one octave from G3 to G4.[24][44] Lyrically, the song sees Lipa exploring the idea of falling in love with a romantical interest straight away, and vice versa, mentioning a kiss being used to trigger immense lust.[46][51] The chorus has a total of four lines: "One kiss is all it takes / Falling in love with me / Possibilities / I look like all you need."[50][52]

Critical receptionEdit

Mike Wass of Idolator regarded "One Kiss" as "[Harris'] most accessible and instantly catchy track since 'This Is What You Came For' in 2016," labelling its chorus "club-conquering," and writing that the song is "guaranteed to be massive."[49] For MTV, Ross McNeilage stated the song is "undoubtedly going to become the soundtrack to our summer" and labelled it "the year's first bona fide sunshine banger." He concluded by stating the song is "a lot more uplifting" than Lipa's previous dance collaboration "Scared to Be Lonely" (2018) with Martin Garrix.[53] The Guardian's Graeme Virtue noted the song's "lacquer of late-night sophistication" that makes it "surprisingly moreish."[54] Grace Fleisher of Dancing Astronaut regarded the song as a "bubbling crossover" and stated that Harris "plunges deep into the depths of danceability."[55]

In Billboard, Kat Bein stated that "One Kiss" "stings with humidity and sweat like a foggy warehouse rave in the '90s underground but lingers sweet like a cocktail that sips dangerously easy."[40] For the same magazine, Katie Atkinson praised Lipa's "syrupy" vocals and complimented the song's 1990s elements, while also writing it "never goes too deep or overstays its welcome." She concluded by admitting that "one listen is all it takes to fall in love" with the song.[56] Tom Breihan of Stereogum complimented Lipa's "house-diva duties" and her ability to "breathe on a monstrous beat," while labelling the beat "swooshing" and "mechanized."[47] Writing for Uproxx, Katrina Nattress viewed the song as a "club-ready tropical house banger" that "screams sunshine and making out on the dance floor."[48] Complex's Julia Pimentel stated it is "breezy, radio-ready certified" and "tailor-made for summertime pool parties."[4] Vice's Lauren O'Neill opined that the song "[conjures] up its summery vibe" despite an inability to "reach the quietly euphoric heights of a number of the moments from Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1."[45]

AccoladesEdit

"One Kiss" was placed on several year-end lists of 2018. The song was placed as the Best Dance/Electronic Song of 2018 by Billboard, with Kat Bein stating the song "reigned supreme" in the 1990s house comeback year, while also praising Lipa's voice for "[melting] into each pulsing beat."[57] For the same magazine's Best Songs of 2018, the song was ranked at number 12, while on The Guardian's, it placed at number 70.[37][58] Of Popjustice's Top Singles of 2018 list, the song was given the 14th position, and was placed Time Out's unsorted Songs that Made 2018 list.[59][60] In April 2020, Christopher Rosa of Glamour ranked "One Kiss" as Lipa's eighth best song, calling it a "perfect pool day in music form" and a "shimmery ode to '90s house" that is "why people install outdoor speakers in their homes."[61]

"One Kiss" received multiple awards and nominations. Most notably, the song won the Brit Award for British Single of the Year at the 2019 Brit Awards.[62] At the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards, and 2018 Teen Choice Awards, it received a nomination for best Dance/Electronic Song, but did not win both awards.[63][64][65] The song was also nominated for Song of the Summer categories at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards and the 2018 Teen Choice Awards.[65][66]

Awards and nominations for "One Kiss"
Ceremony Year Award Result Ref.
BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards 2018 Best Single Nominated [67]
Billboard Music Awards 2019 Top Dance/Electronic Song Nominated [63]
BreakTudo Awards 2018 Best Collaboration Nominated [68]
Brit Awards 2019 British Single of the Year Won [62]
daf BAMA Music Awards 2018 Best Song Nominated [69]
GAFFA Awards (Sweden) 2019 Best Foreign Song Nominated [70]
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2018 Dance Song of the Year Nominated [64]
LOS40 Music Awards 2018 International Song of the Year Nominated [71]
MTV Video Music Awards 2018 Song of Summer Nominated [66]
NRJ Music Awards 2018 International Song of the Year Nominated [72]
Most Streamed Song Won
Popjustice £20 Music Prize 2018 Best British Pop Single Nominated [73]
Teen Choice Awards 2018 Choice Electronic/Dance Song Nominated [65]
Choice Summer Song Nominated
Telehit Awards 2018 Featuring of the Year Won [74]

Commercial performanceEdit

"One Kiss" debuted at number three on the UK Singles Chart dated 19 April 2018.[75] The following week, the song rose to the summit of the chart, replacing Drake's "Nice for What" (2018) while becoming Harris' ninth and Lipa's second number one single, following "New Rules" (2017) for the latter artist.[76][77] It went on to spend eight consecutive weeks at the top spot, ultimately being succeeded by "I'll Be There" (2018) by Jess Glynne on the issue dated 21 June 2018.[78] Due to the eight consecutive weeks, it became both artists' longest running number one single.[79] The song spent a total of 53 weeks on the UK Singles Chart, eventually departing the chart in June 2019.[80] It also topped the UK Dance Chart.[81] In May 2019, the song was awarded a triple platinum certification by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) for selling 1.8 million track-equivalent units in the UK.[82]

"One Kiss" topped the charts in Austria,[83] Belgium,[84][85] Croatia,[86] the Czech Republic,[87] Ecuador,[88] Germany,[89] Greece,[90] Hungary,[91] Ireland,[92] Latvia,[93] Lebanon,[94] the Netherlands,[95] Poland,[96] Portugal,[97] Russia,[98] Scotland,[99] Serbia,[100] Slovakia,[101] and Slovenia.[102] In Australia, the song debuted at number 17 on the ARIA Singles Chart, going on to peak at number 3 in its eighth week, remaining at the position for a total of 2 weeks and departing the chart 12 weeks later.[103] The song was certified quintuple platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) for sales of 350,000 track-equivalent units in the country.[104] The song also reached number six on the New Zealand Singles Chart and Canadian Hot 100.[105][106]

In the US, "One Kiss" debuted at number 62 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated 21 April 2018.[107] In its 15th week, the song rose to a peak of number 26, and spent a total of 21 weeks on the chart.[108] On US radio charts, it reached number 29, 9, and 32 on the Adult Top 40, Mainstream Top 40, Rhythmic charts, which monitor adult contemporary, pop, and rhythmic radio formats, respectively.[109][110][111] The song additionally topped the US Dance Club Songs chart and reached number two on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs.[112][113] In October 2020, the song received a triple platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for sales of 3,000,000 certified units in the US.[114]

Music videoEdit

BackgroundEdit

Upon its release, "One Kiss" was accompanied by a lyric video and a vertical video, the latter of which was released via Spotify.[115] The lyric video features VHS-quality footage of a vintage television in an outdoor setting, which plays two couples kissing over and over.[4][116] The song's official music video premiered exclusively through Apple Music on 1 May 2018, later being released to YouTube the following day.[117] The video was directed by Emil Nava, who had previously worked with Harris on many visuals, including "Outside" (2014), "This Is What You Came For" (2016), and "Feels" (2017).[118][119]

SynopsisEdit

 
Harris appears as Lipa's waiter in the music video.

The video begins with Lipa standing in a blue robe against a green screen, before plastic palm trees are seen swaying in the background and her backup dancers soon join her while wearing teal sequin tops and pants. Lipa then dances on a pile of sand as the Sun rises behind her. In the following scenes, Lipa wears an oversized straw hat when lying on a fluffy white rug and also sits in the center of a flower while magenta petals bloom, which later turn yellow and blue.[120]

Harris is then seen at a pool, sitting on a lounge chair and wearing a suit. Lipa also sits on a lounge chair, wearing a purple suit and sunglasses as she watches a multi-coloured dragon puppet, which later has big eyes and dances by Harris. In the same scene, Lipa stands on a diving board while her backup dancers raise their legs, sitting on the patio. She later sits on the board, while Harris carries a martini tray behind her, which Lipa goes on to take an appetizer from. Lipa's backup dancers are then seen wearing the puppet head, with the puppet flying in the sky. In the final scene, Lipa lies on a bubbled window. The visual closes with the camera turning towards the director, who shuts it off.[120]

ReceptionEdit

Luke Morgan Britton of NME viewed the visual as "exotic" and "tropical," while summarizing by writing that it "depicts a poolside Lipa and Harris dressed as a waiter."[121] In the same magazine, Hannah Mylrea named the video one of the best music videos of 2018, labelling it "trippy" and "vibrant," as well as calling the backdrops "flamboyant" and "tropical," and the wardrobe "retro." She concluded by writing that the music video is "basically what would happen if your trendy pals Instagram aesthetic came to life, in the best possible way."[122] Bein praised the puppets in the video, writing that they "really steal the show," while stating Harris looks "stoic and cool," and Lipa looks "ravishing in vibrant vintage wear."[40] O'Neill regarded the video as a "Missguided.co.uk mood board," and thought that one is "likely to catch" Lipa's outfits on their Instagram Explore page.[123] The visual was a Winning Video at the 2018 MTV Video Play Awards.[124] It was also nominated for British Video of the Year at the 2019 Brit Awards,[62] Best Dance at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards,[66] and Best Dance Video – UK at the 2018 UK Music Video Awards.[125]

Credits and personnelEdit

Credits adapted from Promonews.[126]

  • Ammolite Inc – production company
  • Emil Nava – director
  • Amy James – producer, executive producer
  • Rosie Marchant – production manager
  • Ben Glickman – first assistant director
  • Ben Magahy – director of photography
  • David Penfold – focus puller
  • Terry Edland – gaffer
  • Max Lincoln – art director
  • Candice Birns – wardrobe
  • Lorenzo Posocco – wardrobe
  • Anna Cofone – hair
  • Francesca Brazzo – make-up
  • Ellie Johnson – editor
  • Aubrey Woodiwiss – colourist
  • Mike O'Keefe – commissioner
  • Grace Pickering – ammolite creative
  • Chloe Hughes – ammolite creative
  • Elspeth Vince – production coordinator
  • Mark Connell – production designer
  • Daniel Laviada – grips
  • Alex Tate – grips
  • Pete Batten – crane op
  • Matt Cole – digital imaging technician
  • James Knight – sparks
  • Charlie Panayi – sparks
  • Zach Kassapi – sparks
  • Ed Riley – sparks
  • Steve Daly – riggers
  • Rikki Harris – riggers
  • Bob Schofield – riggers
  • Mark Griffiths – construction manager
  • Dec Hardy – prop man
  • Lestyn Evans – puppeteer
  • Luca Barton – runner
  • Sam Barnham – runner
  • Sammy Lee – runner
  • Miles Dickenson – runner

Live performancesEdit

Harris and Lipa performed "One Kiss" for the first time during an episode of The Graham Norton Show on 20 April 2018.[1] For the performance, she wore an orange single-breasted blazer with matching-coloured tights from Versace's Spring 2018 runway show.[127] Lipa gave a solo performance of the song at the opening ceremony that preceded the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final on 26 May of that year in Kiev.[128] Following its release, the song was added to the setlist of The Self-Titled Tour (2017–2018) by Lipa.[129] On 10 February 2019, Lipa performed the song as a mash-up with St. Vincent at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, who performed her single "Masseduction" (2018).[130] Harris and Lipa performed the song as part of a medley that saw Sam Smith perform "Promises" (2018), and Rag'n'Bone Man performing "Giant" (2019) at the 2019 Brit Awards on 20 February.[131]

RemixesEdit

"One Kiss" has been accompanied by several remixes. The first remix was one by Jauz, which was released on 18 May 2018.[132] He first performed the song a month earlier at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which was described as reminiscent of his sound from 2015 and dubstep.[133] The remix is a house and club track marked with Jauz's signature dark bass, while it also features bass house synthesizers and has an underground basement groove appeal.[134][135][136] On 25 May 2018, a remix by Zhu was released.[137] A dark tech house track,[138] the remix includes ominous house stylings, house percussion with brooding kick drums, a future house melody and arpeggiated techno synths.[38][134][139][140] Zhu also changed Lipa's vocal pitch and added his own falsetto.[38][138]

Oliver Heldens remixed the song, with his remix being released on 1 June 2018.[141] The remix reimagines "One Kiss" as a deep house and future bass track with organic elements and Heldens' signature bass sound. It also features ghostly horns, hypnotic and dreamy club beats, murky melodies, a distorted bass that contrasts Lipa's voice on the chorus, and organ synths alongside her voice.[134][142][143][144] Remixes by R3hab and Valentino Khan were released on 8 June and 15 June 2018, respectively.[145][146] The R3hab remix features synth horn hits and shimmering atmospheres.[134] On 13 July 2018, a remix EP, including previously released remixes as well as remixes by Patrick Topping and King Britt, was released.[147] Topping's stripped down remix was categorized as a tech house track and makes use of bubbling horns, rolling basslines, jumpity hi-hats, and lashings of strings.[148][149][150]

Track listingsEdit

Credits and personnelEdit

Credits adapted from the 12-inch vinyl liner notes of "One Kiss".[5]

Recording

  • Recorded and mixed at God's Eyes Studios (Los Angeles)
  • Mastered and cut at The Exchange Mike Marsh Mastering (Devon)

Publishing

Personnel

  • Calvin Harris – production, recording, mixing
  • Dua Lipa – vocals
  • Mike Marsh – mastering, lacquer cut

ChartsEdit

CertificationsEdit

Certifications and sales for "One Kiss"
Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[104] 5× Platinum 350,000 
Austria (IFPI Austria)[238] Platinum 30,000*
Belgium (BEA)[239] 2× Platinum 60,000*
Canada (Music Canada)[240] 3× Platinum 240,000 
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[241] 2× Platinum 180,000 
France (SNEP)[242] Diamond 333,333 
Germany (BVMI)[243] Platinum 400,000 
Italy (FIMI)[244] 2× Platinum 100,000 
Mexico (AMPROFON)[245] Platinum+Diamond+Gold 390,000*
New Zealand (RMNZ)[246] Platinum 30,000*
Poland (ZPAV)[247] Diamond 100,000*
Portugal (AFP)[248] 2× Platinum 20,000 
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[249] 2× Platinum 80,000*
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[250] 2× Platinum 40,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[82] 3× Platinum 1,800,000 
United States (RIAA)[114] 3× Platinum 3,000,000 

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
 sales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Release historyEdit

Release dates and formats for "One Kiss"
Region Date Format(s) Version Label(s) Ref.
Various 6 April 2018 Original [15]
Italy Contemporary hit radio Sony [18]
United States 10 April 2018 Dance radio Columbia [21]
Australia 11 April 2018 Contemporary hit radio [17]
United States 17 April 2018 [20]
Rhythmic contemporary radio [22]
United Kingdom 27 April 2018 Contemporary hit radio [19]
Various 18 May 2018
  • Digital download
  • streaming
Jauz remixes
  • Columbia
  • Sony
[132][151]
25 May 2018 Zhu remix [137]
1 June 2018 Oliver Heldens remixes [141][152]
8 June 2018 R3hab remixes [145][153]
15 June 2018 Valentino Khan remixes [146][154]
13 July 2018 Remixes [147]
Remix EP [155]
20 July 2018 12-inch single Original [16]

See alsoEdit

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