Label
Mosley / Geffen
Release date
20 Jun 2006
Running length
16 tracks
Running time
53:49

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Afraid 3:35 129,063
2 Maneater 4:18 627,739
3 Promiscuous Interlude 0:06 1,089
4 Promiscuous 4:02 431,264
5 Glow 4:02 192,306
6 Showtime 4:04 177,358
7 No Hay Igual Interlude 0:11 930
8 No Hay Igual 3:35 170,162
9 Te Busque 3:38 89,692
10 Say It Right (Main) 3:44 2,779
11 Do It 3:41 277,002
12 In God's Hands 4:12 205,798
13 Wait for You Interlude 0:41 7,121
14 Wait for You 5:11 162,873
15 All Good Things (Come to an End) 5:10 374,275
16 Te Busque (Full Spanish Version) 3:39 3,631

About this album

Loose is the third album by Canadian singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado, released by Geffen Records June 20, 2006 in North America (see 2006 in music). Timbaland and his then-protégé Danja produced the bulk of the album, which incorporates influences of dance, R&B and hip hop. The album explores the theme of female sexuality and has been described as introspective or even sad in parts. Its influence comes from some of the themes expressed in the material of artists such as Janet Jackson.

The album received criticism because of the sexual image Furtado adopted for the recording, with some feeling it was a ploy to sell more records. Further controversy rose over accusations of plagiarism on Timbalands part when recordings were leaked onto Youtube. The record was seen generally as critically and commercially successful. It reached high positions on charts across the world, and according to a November 2007 press release, it had sold more than 10 million copies worldwide.

The album was heavily promoted, released in several editions and was supported by the Get Loose Tour, which is the subject of the concert DVD Loose: The Concert. Eight singles were released from the album, including the U.S. number-one singles “Promiscuous” and “Say It Right”, which received Grammy Award nominations for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, respectively.

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  • EDsebert

    This Album is EPIC. [72]

    27 Jul 4:25am Reply
  • DziubDziub1

    This Album is EPIC. [71]

    11 Jul 8:45pm Reply
  • laserbeanz

    This Album is EPIC. [70] Epic, Epic Epic, FUCKING epic!

    6 Jun 12:08am Reply
  • lucasinacioc

    This Album is EPIC. [69]

    20 May 11:55am Reply
  • matheusdn

    This Album is EPIC. [68]

    18 May 4:06am Reply
  • bruno__alves

    A epic masterpiece. Nelly's vocals put Danja and Timbaland productions for another level. A amazing level.

    13 May 10:27pm Reply
  • thailon_5

    This is such a masterpiece. Even though I adore her whole discography, this one album is really special to me.

    11 May 7:28am Reply
  • secondbench

    tiptop

    2 May 4:04pm Reply
  • Heamapi

    This Album is EPIC. [67]

    27 Apr 6:36am Reply
  • laserbeanz

    This Album is EPIC. [66]

    7 Apr 12:52am Reply
  • dizinho2

    Loose, Blackout and FutureSex/LoveSounds were so ahead from their time... [9] Love.Angel.Music.Baby too! Epic <3

    26 Feb 11:01pm Reply
  • Egrooj

    Loose, Blackout and FutureSex/LoveSounds were so ahead from their time... [8] This Album is EPIC. [65]

    18 Feb 11:54am Reply
  • WhySoSeriousx

    This Album is EPIC. [63]

    11 Feb 9:31am Reply
  • WhySoSeriousx

    Loose, Blackout and FutureSex/LoveSounds were so ahead from their time... [7]

    11 Feb 9:31am Reply
  • klaaudia67

    Loose, Blackout and FutureSex/LoveSounds were so ahead from their time... No, they were just the best of all! Great memories...

    5 Feb 6:57pm Reply
  • DeniAlmeida

    This Album is EPIC. [62]

    24 Jan 1:25am Reply
  • InSearchOfTruth

    This Album is EPIC. [61]

    21 Jan 7:05pm Reply
  • nebojsa92

    This Album is EPIC. [60]

    10 Dec 2013 Reply
  • brilhar

    one of pop masterpieces ♡

    26 Nov 2013 Reply
  • LouisaViolet

    Yeah, I don't think that Loose or either of the other albums were ahead of their time. In my opinion, they defined the sounds of 2006/2007, just like someone else said.

    22 Nov 2013 Reply
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