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"Stickwitu" is a R&B ballad by American girl group the Pussycat Dolls from their debut album, PCD. Produced by Jimmy Iovine, Robin Antin, Ron Fair and Tal Herzberg, it was released as the album's second single in late 2005. The song is an uptempo ballad being different to their previous single "Don't Cha". The title is a colloquialism for "stick with you".

The song gained worldwide success around the world reaching top five in the United States and in Belgium, like their previous single it debuted at number one in New Zealand and in the United Kingdom and reached top three in Australia, Ireland and the Netherlands.

The song gave the Dolls a Grammy nomination at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards for the Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals but lost to The Black Eyed Peas "My Humps". The song has been performed several times on television including the remix with Avant.


"Stickwitu" is a down-tempo pop-soul song written by Franne Golde, Kasia Livingstone and Robert Palmer written in the key of D major with a time signature in common time and a tempo of 72 beats per minute. The Melody, produced by Ron Fair and co-produced by Taz Halberg, is designed to be played "slowly". "Stickwitu" uses a simple chord progression of A(9)/C♯ &ndash; Bm<sup>7</sup> &ndash; A<sup>7</sup> &ndash; Bm<sup>7</sup> and...
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