Put Your Records On – Ritt Momney | has gone viral on TikTok with more than 1.4 million videos using the song as background music.

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“Put Your Records On” Produced by Steve Chrisanthou, it topped the UK R&B chart and peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart. “Put Your Records On” at the 2007 Grammy Awards nominated for Record of the Year and Song of the Year. On the UK singles chart “Put Your Records On” entered and peaked at # 2 on February 26, 2006, in the week ending March 4, 2006, overtaken by Madonna’s “Sorry”. In the UK it topped the Singles Download Chart and the UK R&B Singles Chart. “Put Your Records On” in the United States reached number 64 on the Billboard Hot 100 and as of January 2010 with sales of 945,000 downloads.

An Indie Artist Covered Corinne Bailey Rae — and Scored a Record Deal

20-year-old Jack Rutter has an alter ego. The Salt Lake City native moonlights as Ritt Momney – a musical project that started out as an indie rock band with high-school friends, before its other members dispersed to follow Mormon missions.

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Put Your Records On debuted at Number Six on Rolling Stone‘s Trending 25 chart this week, which ranks fastest-rising songs regardless of fame or genre. There, Rutter is sandwiched between Bring Me the Horizon and Finneas — known by many as Billie Eilish’s collaborator and brother — thanks to a 268% surge in the cover song’s weekly growth. On Spotify, it already has more than 10 million streams.

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Ritt Momney’s breakthrough single, a cover of Corinne Bailey Rae’s 2006 hit ” Put Your Records On,” has left him with an interesting dilemma: He’s afraid that people won’t like any of his original songs. The artist, born Jack Rutter, tells ABC Audio of the song’s success, “Of course, when all this is happening, the first feeling is like, ‘Oh, this is awesome!’

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Ritt Momney releases visual for his viral ‘Put Your Records On’ cover

One man band Ritt Momney has finally released a visual for his viral cover of Corinne Bailey Rae’s hit debut single “Put Your Records On.” The music video follows a similar path that the original version set, with a young version of Ritt smelling flowers, and looking toward the future where the present day version of the artist seems to have found himself “some way, somehow.”

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Love Letter To A Record: Ritt Momney On Corrine Bailey Rae’s ‘Put Your Records On’

“Most music I heard when I was 6 or 7, I heard in the car. I listened to whatever my mom played, and loved almost all of it. But there was one song that really felt like sunshine and freshly cut grass and that was ‘Put Your Records On’ by Corinne Bailey Rae.

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Put Your Records On – Ritt Momney

[Verse 1]
Three little birds sat on my window
And they told me I don’t need to worry
Summer came like cinnamon, so sweet
Little girls double-dutch on the concrete

[Pre-Chorus 1]
Maybe sometimes we got it wrong, but it’s all right
The more things seem to change, the more they stay the same
Don’t you hesitate

[Chorus]
Girl, put your records on, tell me your favorite song
You go ahead, let your hair down
Sapphire and faded jeans, I hope you get your dreams
Just go ahead, let your hair down

[Post-Chorus]
You’re gonna find yourself somewhere, somehow

[Verse 2]
Blue as the sky, sunburnt and lonely
Sipping tea in the bar by the roadside (Just relax, just relax)
Don’t you let those other boys fool you
Gotta love that afro hairdo

[Pre-Chorus 2]
Maybe sometimes we feel afraid, but it’s all right
The more you stay the same, the more that they seem to change
Don’t ya think it’s strange?

[Chorus]
Girl, put your records on, tell me your favorite song
You go ahead, let your hair down
Sapphire and faded jeans, I hope you get your dreams
Just go ahead, let your hair down

[Post-Chorus]
You’re gonna find yourself somewhere, somehow

[Bridge]
Just more than I could take, pity for pity’s sake
Some nights kept me awake, I thought that I was stronger
When you gonna realize that you don’t even have to try any longer?
Do what you want to

[Outro]
Girl, put your records on, tell me your favorite song
Just go ahead, let your hair down
Sapphire and faded jeans, I hope you get your dreams
Just go ahead, let your hair down
You’re gonna find yourself somewhere, somehow

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Put Your Records On

Produced by Steve Chrisanthou, “Put Your Records On” entered and peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart on 26 February 2006 – for the week ending dated 4 March 2006 – beaten to the top by ” Sorry” by Madonna. It topped the UK Singles Downloads Chart and the UK R&B Singles Chart.

Corinne Bailey Rae – Put Your Records On

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