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Inna - Sun Is Up (Ultra Music)

The track was received favorably, with music critics praising its composition and referring to it as a highlight on the album and in Inna's career. It won in the Best Song in the Balkans from Romania for 2010 category at the 2011 Balkan Music Awards, while also receiving nominations at the 2011 Radio România Actualităţi and Romanian Music Awards, and 2012 Radar Media Awards. To promote "Sun Is Up", an accompanying music video was shot by Alex Herron in late August 2010 in Marbella, Spain, and uploaded onto Inna's YouTube channel on 30 September 2010. She further promoted the recording through various live performances. Commercially, "Sun Is Up" reached the top 10 in several countries, while awarded certifications in Italy, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

Inna - Sun Is Up (Ultra Music)

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"Sun Is Up" won the Eurodanceweb Award in 2010, an online music contest, with 184 points, marking Romania's highest position in that competition. She was ranked in third place by the online voting, but she won following the decision of a jury panel consisting of various journalists, music producers, disc jockeys and radio stations.[32] The single also won Best Song in the Balkans from Romania for 2010 at the 2011 Balkan Music Awards,[33] while receiving nominations in the Pop/Dance Song of the Year, Best Dance and Song of the Year categories at the 2011 Radio România Actualităţi and Romanian Music Awards, and 2012 Radar Media Awards, respectively.[34][35][36]

An accompanying music video for "Sun Is Up" was uploaded onto Inna's official YouTube channel on 30 September 2010,[37] preceded by the release of a making-of video on 30 August and a preview on 27 September 2010.[7][38] It was filmed by Alex Herron in Marbella, Spain on 24 August 2010.[38] The video begins with Inna walking cross a river in the middle of a forest, dressed up in green. This is followed by her getting ready for a photoshooting session with Tore Frisholm Jr. with various make-up artists. Subsequently, Inna is shown bathing and singing naked in a jacuzzi in front of a mountain area, as well as dancing at a party and being pictured by Frisholm privately. The clip continues in a similar way, closing with Frisholm and Inna standing close to each other at sunset.[37] The visual received notable airplay on Romanian television, peaking at number four on Media Forest's TV Airplay Chart in October 2010.[39]

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