Frontside Ollie

"Frontside Ollie"
Single by Robin
from the album Koodi
Released 16 January 2012
Format Digital download
Recorded 2012
Genre Pop rock, teen pop
Length 3:02
Label Universal Music Finland
Writer(s) Sana Mustonen
Producer(s) Maki Kolehmainen
Jimi Constantine
Tracy Lipp
Bernard Grobman
Sana Mustonen
Danny DeVito
Robin singles chronology
"Frontside Ollie"
"Faija Skitsoo"
Music video
"Frontside Ollie" on YouTube

"Frontside Ollie" is a Finnish language song by Finnish teen pop artist Robin (full name Robin Packalen) and his debut single taken from his debut album Koodi. Written by Sana Mustonen, it was released on Universal Music on 16 January 2012.

The music video for the song went viral garnering more than 10 million views by the end of the second week of its upload on Universal Music Finland's YouTube account.[1]

Frontside Ollie is a well-known skateboard trick task used.

Chart performance

It enjoyed instant success, huge following online and based on digital downloads debuted at number five on the Finnish Singles Chart. The single topped the Finnish Singles Chart in its second and third week of release[2][3] staying at the top for 2 consecutive weeks (week 4 dated 25 January 2012 and week 5 dated 1 February 2012 before dropping from the top spot to #3 on week 6/2012 and back to #2 on week 7/2012.

On the occasion of the Robin album Koodi being released, the song jumped back again to the top of the chart (week 8 dated 22 February 2012) for a third week at #1 and stayed on top for a fourth week (week 9 dated 29 February 2012) before slipping back.

Chart (2012) Peak
Finland (Suomen virallinen lista)[4] 1


  1. "Robin: Frontside Ollie" (in Finnish). Musiikkituottajat – IFPI Finland. Retrieved 2012-01-29.
  2. "Robin - Finnish Charts".
  3. "ROBIN [FI2: Frontside Ollie"] (in Finnish). Musiikkituottajat – IFPI Finland.
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