Here to Stay (Korn song)

"Here to Stay"
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Single by Korn
from the album Untouchables
ReleasedJune 11, 2002
RecordedSeptember 2001
GenreNu metal, hard rock[1]
Producer(s)Michael Beinhorn
Korn singles chronology
"Somebody Someone"
"Here to Stay"

"Here to Stay" is a Grammy Award-winning song by American nu metal band Korn that appears on the band's fifth studio album, Untouchables as the album's opening track. It was released as the album's first single in June 2002. The song won the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance, as well as winning an award for Best International Video on MuchMusic in 2002. It was also nominated for Best Rock Video at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards and Best Single at the 2002 Kerrang! Awards. The music video, directed by The Hughes Brothers was highly successful, and gained frequent airplay on MTV and MuchMusic in particular, featuring the band members on a TV screen amongst major world issues at the time. The video won a 2002 Metal Edge Readers' Choice Award for Music Video of the Year.[2] The song has become a staple of the band's live show to this day. Dizzee Rascal, samples this on song his Single, Sirens from his album "Maths + English".


"Here to Stay" was released to US radio stations in February 2002 as a promotional single. The retail version was released on the same day as Untouchables, June 11, 2002. A box set was later released, which included all three editions of the "Here to Stay" single. There is also a one-track promotional single of the Mindless Self Indulgence remix, which is difficult to find. This remix is also found on the DVD single of "Thoughtless".

Electronic musician BT also remixed the song that same year.

"Here to Stay" was Korn's first single to enter the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #72.

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