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The official music video was released on 11 August 2010 on her official Vevo account, following an announcement by M. No matter what you seek, you will be fully satisfied with XXXN.For others, it's a symbol of liberation, freeing the women who wear it from oversexualization or objectification of the female form. A.'s second top 40 single and second most successful single after "Paper Planes" reached number 19 in 2009. in a number of headshots amongst glittery floral graphics, resembling those made on Blingee.Either way, at least we know it's versatile" before concluding that it was difficult to be offended by the friendly piece. Brad Wete of Entertainment Weekly had concerns about M. A.'s third album after listening to previous single "Born Free", but said with "XXXO" his worries had been eased. sings, "You want me be somebody who I'm really not", she does it with her middle finger raised high, pointing squarely at your face." "XXXO" debuted on the UK Singles Chart on 18 July 2010 at number 26, following the release of Maya. The single also debuted at number two on the UK Indie Chart behind Example's "Kickstarts", as well as number 12 on the UK R&B Chart. At one point in the clip, four white unicorns gallop across the screen.
"XXXO"'s official remixes included contributions from Riton, SBTRKT and a dirty mix by Blaqstarr appearing on the UK 12-inch single released by XL Recordings. This main mix leaked onto the Internet on 10 June 2010.
The song's instrumentation is simple and minimal, consisting of electro keyboard synths, marching band percussion, beeps and bloops.
Charles Aaron of Spin noted that the song was one of M. A.'s most plainspoken tracks, reminiscent of the "data-dazed R'n'B" of the song "Space" on the album.
XL Recordings and Interscope Records released XXXO (The Remixes) on 15 June 2010 and XXXO The Remixes Part 2 on 29 June 2010. It was good to hear him say the word 'metrosexual.' " M. On the red carpet to the Spike TV 2010 Scream Awards she wore the "XXXO Burka", a black burka – a traditional Islamic garment – printed with lyrics, the graphic "XO I Love You" inside a heart and artwork to the song and album, and revealing teal eye shadow, studded stilettos and yellow nail polish. turned up at an awards event this year in one of the most controversial garments of our era: a burqa.
Revealing her surprise that Jay-Z liked and decided to appear on the album version of "XXXO" and not Blaqstarr's dirty mix which was more "urban" sounding to the songwriter, M. A noted "It was interesting he liked the one with the crazy synths and stuff. Time magazine placed the "XXXO Burka" at number two on its list of the "Top Ten Fashion Statements of 2010", stating "there was a sharp intake of breath when singer M. For many, it's a symbol of oppression, representing the systematic silencing of female voices.