Why Didn't Jay Sean Made the Title of his song 2011 rather than 2012?

@nykel88 (999)
December 30, 2010 9:41pm CST
It should have been 2011. He just skipped one year. The song is catchy and would have been perfect for this New Year. =) I would also like to greet to all myLotters a Happy New Year. This the Last day of this year now Make your Wishes. :)
2 responses
• United States
31 Dec 10
Uhhh, why would it be 2011? 2012 is when the world supposedly ends, and the song is about partying before the end of the world, which is in 2012. But, yeah, I agree that he should've waited and released it in November 2012 or something. Too bad it's not as big a hit as "Down." Happy New Year to you, too.
@nykel88 (999)
• Philippines
1 Jan 11
Really? It isn't as hit as Down. Yeah Partying before the end of the world.. I would like to see that lol if we could still do that. Do you party if you know it was the end of the world?
• United States
2 Jan 11
Yeah, "Down" peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and sold 6 million copies worldwide. "2012 (It Ain't the End)" only reached at #31 on the chart.
@dorannmwin (36392)
• United States
3 Jan 11
I can't say that I am familiar with the song that you are referring to, but I think that perhaps the reason that the song is titled 2012 is because of the entire thought that the world is going to come to an end in 2012, and that is the reason that there is so much hype about it. However, as I said before, I'm not sure what the actual reason for this song is titled the way that it is. However, happy belated New Year to you as well.