She also included the song as a part of the promotional tour leading up the album's release. Archived from the original on May 29, Archived from the original on April 1, It was released on March 20, as the lead single from the album.
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Bizounce - Wikipedia
bizounde Archived from the original on May 29, In her autobiography, Release Me: Retrieved May 29, A review from Billboard praised the video as something that would: During the record's promotion, Olivia described having a good working relationship with Davis,  but she called him "extremely controlling" after leaving the label. It also peaked at number sixteen on the Canadian Singles Chart.
To promote "Bizounce", she performed it on various television and live shows. Mark Bautz of Entertainment Weekly described "Bizounce" as "a saucy hit single" and noted it as one of the album's highlights. Archived from the original on December 14, Billboard Hot and number four on the U.
Bizounce [US 12"] - Olivia | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic
The song's accompanying music video was directed by Marcus Raboy.
Mulvey joked that the amount of censorship on the radio edit made Olivia sound "avant-garde". Archived from the original on May 28, Patrick, and Juan Magic" Peters. Archived from the original on April 21, My Life, My Words.
Joshua Thompson, who previously arranged for Olivia's audition for Arista Records ' executives and Davis, produced her demo. My Life, My WordsOlivia wrote that she disagreed with the record label's decision to release "Bizounce" as her debut single.
Bizounce [US 12"]
Olivia recalled that people frequently compared her voice to Brandy. This page was last edited on 30 Novemberat She also included the song as a part of the promotional tour leading up the album's release. It was included on the set list for her promotional tour  leading up to the album's release on May 15, Views Read Edit View history.
bizounxe Olivia initially performed rap under the name "O-Lovely", before abandoning it to attend Hofstra University and Five Towns College as a different way to advance her career in music.
Olivia made appearances on television and on live shows to promote "Bizounce".
In an interview with BillboardOlivia called the single an "empowering women's song" for inspiring olibia to leave unfulfilling relationships. She said record executives took away her control over the creation of the album because of her youth and inexperience.
It was released on Oliviia 20, as the lead single from the album. It peaked at number fifteen on the U. Olivia claimed that she was forced to be the bad girl while label mate Alicia Keys was promoted as the good girl.