The Official music video for “Earthquake” a song by the the British musician Labrinth that features his long-time collaborator Tinie Tempah. It Labrinth’s second single from his debut studio album Electronic Earth (2012). He first revealed the radio-edit of "Earthquake" online 16th September 2011. Remixes were uploaded to Soundcloud that same day. He explained the song's meaning to MTV UK: "For me, the track is about making an earthquake and having people look my way because of how much noise I'm making. Sometimes, the one that shouts the loudest is the one that gets heard so, earthquake is shouting as high as it can." Earthquake was chosen as the launch song for the New Year’s Eve celebrations in London, during the London Eye fireworks display, 1st January 2012. The official remix of Earthquake that appears on the album features rap verses from hip-hop artists such as Kano, Wretch 32, Tinie Tempah and Busta Rhymes. The music video of the song was uploaded to Labrinth's official YouTube channel 11th October 2011. As of 3rd March 2012, the song received over 25 million views. Aleks Colic edited the video which US Studio, Syndrome, directed and it. This song also featured in the trailer for the video game DiRT: Showdown.
In both the UK Singles/RnB chart Earthquake peaked at No. 2, while in the Irish Singles chart It only reached No. 12.
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