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"Stay Up! (Viagra)" Single by 88-Keys featuring Kanye West from the album The Death of Adam Released September 9, 2008 Format Digital download Recorded 2007 Genre Hip-hop, Hip hop soul, Conscious hip hop Length 2:50 Label Decon Records Writer(s) S. Jolley, L. John, A. Ingram, T. Swain, K. West & C. Njapa Producer 88-Keys (co-produced by Kanye) 88-Keys singles chronology "Stay Up! (Viagra)" (2008) Kanye West singles chronology "Everybody" (2008) "Stay Up! (Viagra)" (2008) "Swagga Like Us" (2008) "Stay Up! (Viagra)" is the first single released from producer-rapper 88-Keys' debut album The Death of Adam and features the album's co-executive producer Kanye West. The song samples "All Night Loving" by British R&B three-piece band Imagination. The single was released digitally on August 25, 2008. According to both artists, the song, which follows the overall storyline of the concept album, is about a man named Adam, who after a bad string of relationships, decides to take Viagra (Sildenafil Citrate) in an attempt "stay up" longer.[1] A snippet of the track was first previewed on Kanye West's 2007 Can't Tell Me Nothing mixtape and featured an additional spoken word verse delivered by Malik Yusef.[2] Music video The music video premiered across multiple MTV channels all day on Monday, March 16, 2009.[3] Shot in High Definition on the streets of Los Angeles, the video features 88-Keys (Clifford) and Kanye West (Rufus) dressed in full prosthetic makeup made to appear in their late sixties, out on a night on the town. Utilizing the talents of makeup artist Tony Gardner of Alterian Effects (Michael Jackson’s "Thriller", "Hairspray", "Shallow Hal", "Seed of Chucky", Daft Punk) the video creates an intimate and comedic look at the two real life friends.[3] According to director Jason Goldwatch, “ The ‘Stay Up!' (Viagra) video represents a new wave in the Music Video. It is a smash up of music video, reality television, and highbrow conceptual art. By taking some of the world’s biggest stars, who are normally surrounded by security and droves of crazed fans, and hiding their identity, we allow them to interact with the ‘real world’, unrecognized, unhindered, and free to walk alone – almost as if new people.[3] ” References ^ "88-Keys ft. Kanye West - Stay Up (Viagra)". M. Burmy. 2008-08-26. http://www.djbooth.net/index/tracks/review/88-keys-ft-kanye-west-stay-up-viagra/. Retrieved 2008-08-29.  ^ "Kanye West - Cant Tell Me Nothing - The Official Mixtape". Plain Pat. http://www.datpiff.com/Kanye-West-Cant-Tell-Me-Nothing---The-Official-Mix-mid4750.html. Retrieved 2008-09-04.  ^ a b c "88-Keys Preps for MTV Video Premier of "Stay Up!' (Viagra)" Featuring Kanye West". Decon Records. 2009-03-12. http://www.deconrecords.com/. Retrieved 2009-03-13.  External links Stay Up! (Viagra) on Myspace imeem Music v · d · eKanye West singles Discography The College Dropout "Through the Wire" • "All Falls Down" • "Jesus Walks" • "The New Workout Plan" Late Registration "Diamonds from Sierra Leone" • "Gold Digger" • "Heard 'Em Say" • "Touch the Sky" • "Drive Slow" Graduation "Can't Tell Me Nothing" • "Stronger" • "Good Life" • "Flashing Lights" • "Homecoming" 808s & Heartbreak "Love Lockdown" • "Heartless" • "Amazing" • "Paranoid" My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy "Power" • "Runaway" • "Monster" • "All of the Lights" Watch the Throne "H•A•M" Featured artist "Slow Jamz" • "Talk About Our Love" • "The Food" • "I Changed My Mind" • "The Corner" • "Go!" • "Number One" • "Extravaganza" • "Number One" • "Wouldn't Get Far" • "I Still Love H.E.R." • "Classic (Better Than I've Ever Been)" • "Pro Nails" • "Finer Things" • "American Boy" • "Put On" • "Stay Up! (Viagra)" • "Swagga Like Us" • "Go Hard" • "Knock You Down" • "Kinda Like a Big Deal" • "Walkin' on the Moon" • "Ego" • "Supernova" • "Maybach Music 2" • "Make Her Say" • "Run This Town" • "Forever"  • "Whatever U Want" • "Teriyaking" • "We Are the World 25 for Haiti • "Erase Me" • "Start It Up" • "Hurricane" • "E.T." Other songs "Hey Mama" • "Us Placers"  • "Champion" • "Big Brother" • "Good Morning" • "See You in My Nightmares" • "Welcome to Heartbreak" Book  · Category  · Portal