"Let Me Think About It" is a song performed by Danish soul singer Ida Corr and Dutch house disc jockey (DJ) Fedde le Grand. It is a remix by le Grand of Corr's original track which appeared on her 2006 album Robosoul. The song features credited vocals by Corr and uncredited vocals by Danish R&B singer Burhan G.
In 2006 Ida Corr, Christian von Staffeldt aka Motrack and Burhan Genc wrote the track for Ida Corr's second album Robosoul. Corr, Motrack and Kasper Tranberg produced the original album version of the song. soul version album.
In 2007 Fedde Le Grand heard the album version through Ida's label Lifted House. He then produced a remix of the song and released it through his label Flamingo Recordings.
The remix has an electro and house feel, with a 'jerky' beat and also with an element of jazz. The original song uses less drums and has an acoustic-urban feel.
Alex Fletcher of Digital Spy gave the song four out of five stars, and wrote: "Fedde has teamed up with Ida Corr to produce another three minutes of thunderous dance-tastic frivolities. 'Let Me Think About It' couldn't possibly be any more of an Ibiza TUNE. It's the sound of Pete Tong, Dave Pearce and Scott Mills stood screaming with a load of Club 18-30 reps, while some boozed-up bikini-clad temptress grinds up against you all soaked up into a CD package. Packed with parping horns, cascading synth beats and the sound of a fire alarm being played along to the theme from Shaft".
In summer 2007 director Marcus Adams shot the music video for the remix in London. The video features Ida Corr with an afro hairdo and the dancers Anchelique Mariano, Dominique Tipper and Stephanie Fitzpatrick, dressed in a similar manner dancing and feigning to play various instruments. Dancer Jason Beitel, who mimes to Burhan G's voice, is the male protagonist of the clip. Natricia Bernard did the choreography.
The song is the third Danish single of Ida Corr's album Robosoul and the third single from Fedde le Grand, released in the UK, following the No. 1 smash hit "Put Your Hands Up 4 Detroit", and the well-received collaboration with Danish singer Camille Jones, "The Creeps". "Let Me Think About It" became the most successful single for both artists. The single reached #2 on the UK Singles Chart on the October 7, 2007 chart and stayed there for one more week. It has peaked at #14 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, #58 in the Polish Singles Chart and #11 on South African Radio 5FM. The single also peaked at #3 in Romania.
In the United States it was released by Ida Corr (but listed as "Ida Corr vs. Fedde le Grand") and reached number one on Billboard's Hot Dance Airplay chart on February 9, 2008, making it the first import single to reach the chart, until the week ending March 1, when Ministry Of Sound America picked up the single for a US commercial release. Many stations such as Hot 99.5, z100, and 102.7 (Kiss FM), Pulse 87 and WKTU added this song to their inventory due to high digital download sales. This song was also featured in the 2008 film Wild Child and the 2008's series of Germany's Next Topmodel.
In Germany the single peaked at #14 on the Single Charts. In 2008 it stayed over 40 weeks within the Top 100, which resulted in the longest stay for a single in the German Top 100 in 2008.Ida Corr – songwriting, production, vocals
MoTrack (Christian von Staffeldt) – songwriting, production, additional instruments
Burhan Genc – songwriting, vocals
Kasper Tranberg – trumpet
"Let Me Think About It" has been certified a Platinum Award for more than 18,000 sold singles by IFPI in Denmark and with an award for more than 10,000 plays in UK by Nielsen Music Control Airplay Awards Notification UK. The single also won two Danish DeeJay Awards in 2008 for "Best Danish Deejay Favorite" and "Best Danish Dancehit". In 2008 the song has been certified an IMPALA Diamond Award for selling more than 250,000 units (CDs, Downloads, Albumtrack) in the European countries.