James Arthur is the 2012 winner of the X-Factor show and the one who succeeded in reinventing the song Impossible.
He is an English singer and rose to fame after winning the TV Show, and then having his debut single Impossible, by Shontelle.
Originally, Impossible is the lead single from the second studio album of Shontelle, named No Gravity.
It was released in February 2010 as an R&B and pop song, labeled SRC and Motown.
The song has a length of 3:46 minutes and was written by Arnthor Birgisson and Ina Wroldsen, and produced by Arnthor Birgisson.
Once released, Impossible peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States, number 33 in Canada, and number nine in the United Kingdom.
The cover of the free Impossible piano sheets released by James Arthur reached number one in the UK and Ireland and topped the charts in 20 other countries.
It had amazing success, incredible sales, with over 1,940,010 copies as of 2021.
Looking into the composition of the free Impossible piano sheet music, we can see that the song is a mid-tempo R&B ballad, written in the key of A major, with a tempo of 92 beats per minute.
Impossible is a lovely slow love song, to be played in a moderate tone and tempo.
Shontelle intended to bring a heartbreak ballad again to the radio, as it was a gap from a while.
The artist declared that she:
knew that there was no song out there for heartbroken people. I just wanted to put a song out that gave people hope – things may not work out the way you want them to, but you can move past it and everything is gonna be okay
The official music video of the hit was directed by Taj Stansberry, and it was very appreciated by the public and critics.
The video features Shontelle entering her apartment and talking to her boyfriend, and in a short time, they start caressing.
There is no better choice for today’s song at your piano than Impossible.
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