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Freak the Freak Out” is a song by the Victorious cast featuring American actress and singer Victoria Justice from the soundtrack albumVictorious: Music from the Hit TV Show (2011). It was produced by The Super Chris and Michael Corcoran, who also co-wrote the song with C.J. Abraham, Nick Hexum, Zack Hexum, and Dan Schneider. It was released as the second single from the soundtrack on November 22, 2010, through Columbia Records and Nickelodeon. Musically, it is a teen pop track with lyrics about fighting with an uncommunicative boyfriend. A Victorious episode of the same name premiered on November 26, 2010, and features Tori Vega (Justice), Jade West (Elizabeth Gillies) and Cat Valentine (Ariana Grande) trying to expose a rigged karaoke competition.

2010 single by Victorious cast

2010 single by Victorious cast featuring Victoria Justice
“Freak the Freak Out”
Single by Victorious cast featuring Victoria Justice
from the album Victorious: Music from the Hit TV Show
Released November 22, 2010
Studio The Backhouse (Los Angeles, California); Rocket Carousel (Los Angeles, California)
Genre Teen pop
Length 3:54
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Victorious singles chronology
“Make It Shine”
(2010)
Freak the Freak Out
(2010)
Beggin’ on Your Knees
(2011)
Victoria Justice singles chronology
“Make It Shine”
(2010)
Freak the Freak Out
(2010)
“Beggin’ on Your Knees”
(2011)
Music video
“Freak the Freak Out” on YouTube

The song was met with generally positive reviews from critics, with the majority of them praising its catchiness. “Freak the Freak Out” peaked at number 50 on the US Billboard Hot 100, giving Justice her highest charting single on the chart. The song was certified gold in the United States by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). An accompanying music video was released on November 19, 2010, and was later added to Justice’s YouTube channel on September 20, 2012. The visual portrays Justice and the Victorious cast at a warehouse in Los Angeles, dancing against other people. Justice performed the song live at the 2010 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

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“Freak the Freak Out” was released as the second single from the soundtrack albumVictorious: Music from the Hit TV Show on November 22, 2010.[1] It later appeared on the American television sitcom Victorious one-hour special of the same name on November 26, 2010.[2] In the episode, Tori Vega (Victoria Justice) and her friends are thrilled to try out Karaoke Dokie, a fictional karaoke club that features weekly singing competitions.[2][3] On the night of a competition, Jade West (Elizabeth Gillies) and Cat Valentine (Ariana Grande) team up to perform, but the club’s owner tampers the competition so his daughter and her friend can win.[2][4] Jade and Cat seek out Tori for her help to get revenge.[5] Tori sings “Freak the Freak Out” while wearing a disguise consisting of a hat, wig, wart, and prosthetic nose.[6][7]

The song was written by Michael Corcoran, also known as Backhouse Mike, C.J. Abraham, Nick Hexum, Zack Hexum, Dan Schneider.[8] It also featured addition production by Greg Wells on additional production.The mixing for the song was provided by Greg Wellstook place at Rocket Carousel in Los Angeles, California.[8] Corcoran and The Super Chris produced the track along with providing all the instruments on the song.[8] Corcoran also provided the guitars.[8] Corcoran was also included on the programming for the song with CJ Abraham, both of which engineered the track in The Backhouse in Los Angeles.[8] Corcoran and Abraham provided additional vocals along with Niki Watkins, Nick and Zack Hexum.[8]

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