Beautiful Liar - Release

Release

"Beautiful Liar" was leaked onto the internet and appeared as an unpaid download in early February 2007. The song was sent to radio stations in the United States on February 12, 2007; it was added to rhythmic contemporary, contemporary hit radio, and urban contemporary playlists. "Beautiful Liar" was released as a CD Single in Australia on March 14, 2007, and on April 16, 2007, in the United Kingdom where it was released as a digital download two days earlier. In Europe, the song was released as a digital EP on April 14, 2007, and a maxi single on April 20, 2007. "Beautiful Liar" was later serviced as a digital EP in the UK and the US on May 20, 2007. Different versions of the song were produced; Puerto Rican reggaeton artist Don Omar recorded verses for one of the song's remixes, but this was not released. In the UK, most radio stations, including Radio 1 played an up-beat dance remix of "Beautiful Liar" by the Freemasons instead of the original mix. Celis produced and mixed a Spanish language version, titled "Bello Embustero", which appeared on some regional releases of the deluxe edition of B'Day in late May 2007.

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