"Fire N Gold" is a song by American singer Bea Miller that serves as the second single from her debut EP Young Blood. It was released on April 22, 2014 through Hollywood Records and released as an official single on April 28, 2015. The track was produced by Jarrad Rogers and written by Rogers, Freddy Wexler and Nolan Sipe. This song is also the second track of her debut album, Not an Apology.
The song is certified gold in the USA by RIAA, it sold over 500,000 copies.
After placing ninth on the second season of The X Factor USA, Bea Miller signed a record deal with Hollywood Records and Simon Cowell's Syco Music in January 2013, and subsequently started working on new songs.
The song has been used for promos for ABC Family shows such as The Fosters and Switched at Birth. It was also used for Netflix shows' commercials. Additionally, it was prominently used as the theme music for ESPN's coverage of the 2015 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament. Miller performed the song live on the Today Show on May 12, 2015.
The music video for "Fire N Gold" was filmed in March 2015. It was uploaded to Miller's official VEVO account on May 20, 2015. It was directed by Black Coffee. The video shows Miller lying on bed covered in polaroid photos before her friends emerge from the background shadows and dance with her. Miller said about the song, "It's reminding all the people who are really down in the dumps and who feel like they're alienated and like no one understands them and they’re really alone that reason."
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