You are right. It's Burn from Hamilton. I thought of it this morning before reading your reply. I don't know the Hamilton show at all, but I watched an animation video on youtube to the song, so that's where I heard it.
I'm looking for the name of a Kpop song. Heyy, please help me. Lyrics: I had my chance and I blew it all You know I be, be a better man yeah. Looking for an old dance or techno tune.. It's a woman and I think it says "I know what you think about my sound"?
Looking for this coffee shop genre song it sounds like they say brooke I like you don't you like me Looking for a song that has a rnb slow jam vibe. Male artist. Hie I'm looking for this song that was in biological time Nigerian movie by Ruth Kadiri anyone who knows the tittle pls share yo gal.
Am looking for a song with the lyrics we have an understanding of the times and the seasons God's making preparation to bring the blessings to your door you better be ready. It eas pretty good disco song from I'm looking for a song that starts with "silence is keeping this message from me" and right before the chorus with "hear me I'm trying and praying to be hear you".
Am looking i heard on the radio,it goes.. Does anyone know this song? Does any one know the title of the song of two girls one with black hair and the other blonde. I hardly remember, it starts with "It's Friday Night" and something like oh oh oh oh oh. Please help. Anyone know this? Heard it in Outfit today I really need help finding this song. I know a few words that the music artist say. I have listen to on radio couple times.
This song been stuck in my head for 5 years and i still don't know the song name I got knock out. I have this song stuck in my head and i can't really think of lyrics except for something like umom myway and theres a fast part and i think the group does a fast foot dance at that part!
I can only think of it may be by Stray Kids or Ateez I am looking for a song it goes with these lyrics you're my happy face, you're my happy face, I can't handle this now The guy that sings the song sounds almost like Chris brown. Used to be played in the restaurant when I worked at TGI fridays. I don't remember the name of a song by Peedi Crakk and maybe others, but he says something like "He's Tony the Tiger". A song from the 80's. That's life that's life , I tell you I can't deny it I thought of quitting, baby, but my heart just ain't gonna buy it And if I didn't think it was worth one single try I'd jump right on a big bird and then I'd fly.
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When You'll Hear It : During the cheerleader routine before the game, maybe -- though honestly, the thing is so purely that you might not hear it a ton outside of retro night these days.
What It Is : A no-ceilings anthem of achievement and perseverance, with a pounding piano hook and hands-up sing-along chorus. The Experts Say : "The beat is simple and easy to clap along to, the lyrics are uplifting and victorious and there's plenty of 'Na Na Na Na Na's to make it fun. What It Is : A gnawingly repetitive Chicago house classic, best known for its bubbling synths and overcaffeinated, mantra-like refrain. What It Is : A celebration-for-all-occasions dance-pop squee, as futuristic as it is essentially timeless.
What It Is : A horn-driven disco-house barnburner -- the oft-sampled trumpet hook is originally taken from Chicago's "Street Player," though you might recognize it best from Pitbull's "I Know You Want Me" at this point. What It Is : A '70s hard-rock throwback epic, with at least two electrifying and instantly recognizable guitar riffs. When You'll Hear It : During late-game pitching changes, or particularly high-stakes face-offs. The Experts Say : "We started using this song about four years ago, and it has become one of the biggest response-getters from our crowd during crucial moments What It Is : A zooming dance-rock hybrid whose megaphoned hook made it absolutely unignorable in the mid-'90s.
What It Is : A motivational paean to the highest level of achievement, athletic or otherwise. When You'll Hear It : Soundtracking pre-game video montages, or enshrining franchise legends. The Experts Say : "You know what song is going to live forever? We just inducted our legendary play-by-play voice, Al McCoy into our ring of honor, so we used that for him.
Director of Game Presentation. What It Is : A rather forceful Eurodance song about the appreciation of moving it, moving it. Shout out to Sinclar's breezier "World, Hold On," also a stadium anthem of choice in certain pockets of the U.
What It Is : A predominantly instrumental electro-house scorcher, with bleating faux-horns and just the right amount of " Woo! The Part You Definitely Know : That zombie synth hook, hammering a rusty nail into your brain's pleasure center. What It Is : A power-pop standard with more unforgettable mini-hooks than should be legal to host in one sub-three-minute single. The Experts Say : "[Imagine Dragons] seem to be writing music just for arenas.
Anything by them I would consider them right now, the most arena-rock. They just seem to be writing songs that make the most sense [for us]. What It Is : Eminem's most Rocky -like anthem of fortitude and commitment -- until, y'know, that other one. The Experts Say : "Granted, Eminem has more than a few classic stadium rockers under his belt, but this one stands out What It Is : A screaming alt-rock riffer from the U. The Part You Definitely Know : If you remembering anything past the opening riff to this song, you are definitely over the age of It's a driving song that says 'Everybody make some noise,' and everybody freaks out for 15 seconds, and then the batter walks into the box.
We try to time it out where we can get enough people engaged, so a song like that is a classic. What It Is : One of the greatest sing-alongs in the history of country music and general drunkenness. The Part You Definitely Know : " What It Is : A big beat remix of a previously minor Elvis single, making it one of the King's biggest posthumous hits. When You'll Hear It : During timeouts when teams aren't quite ready to pull out the big guns.
The Part You Definitely Know : Some combination of the Vegas-ready opening lick and the "A little less conversation, a little more action" chorus. The Experts Say : "That was actually one of the few songs that got a request from a coach in-game. It was a visiting coach, George Karl. He wanted 'A Little Less Conversation. Can you play it again? The Experts Say : "How could we not include this one? Chelsea Dagger, our goal song, has almost become synonymous with the Blackhawks in the city of Chicago and beyond.
Every time we score, it gets fans immediately on their feet and has really turned into our anthem going forward. The length of the sentence was said to have been influenced by his previous gun-related convictions. She was released on July 3, , after serving approximately 12 months.
On June 9, , Jones gave birth to a baby girl, named Royal Reign. Jones identifies as a Christian. Once high school friends, Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown originally remained close despite becoming associates of clashing hip hop groups Junior M. Brown noted that the breakdown of their relationship was influenced by their conflicting entourages.
In January , critics noted the track "My Life" from Brown's second studio effort Chyna Doll for being an "open appeal" to Brown's friendship with Lil' Kim, in which she cited the relationship being "lost for pride", but also contradicted herself after making attacks on "pointed mistresses". Foxy Brown bites worse than a pit bull. On February 26, , at 3 p. Shaken up by the incident, Brown tried to reach out to Lil' Kim in hopes of settling a truce.
I don't care what it is. Let's just end it. We can even do a collaboration. We're bigger than this. If it has to start with me, let it start with me. She's the only one that I can look at; and any other artist that says they don't have that one person that keeps them driven Following her release from prison, Lil' Kim no longer acknowledged Brown. Brown, on the other hand, has consistently targeted Lil' Kim as a prime basis in her music and concert venues since Lil' Kim's prison release.
And when I say that; I don't know who she is to these days. I wouldn't even know what her voice sounds like. Lil' Kim has been embroiled in a feud with rapper Nicki Minaj since Minaj dissed Lil' Kim in a track titled "Hoodstars", which was released in With Lil' Kim and media critics noticing resemblances with her on the Sucka Free mixtape,  Lil' Kim accused Minaj of copying her image saying, "If you are going to steal my swag, you gonna have to pay.
Something gotta give. You help me, I help you. That's how it goes to me. Wallace, then it was Nicki Minaj", said Minaj. Where's your music? Put your music out, and when I see your name on Billboard , that's when I'll respond to you. Other than that, goodbye. It's Barbie, bitch. Lil' Kim reignited the feud following the release of her mixtape Black Friday , an album that directly referenced Nicki Minaj, via her debut album title and songs such as " Did It On'em " that became "Pissin' On'em" ; and with artwork that showed Lil' Kim decapitating Minaj with a sword.
Lil' Kim later suggested in an interview with 's Breakfast Club that the song " Automatic " from Minaj's second album was similar to her unreleased material, also calling Minaj "obnoxious" and "catty". Throughout her career, Lil' Kim has earned numerous honors and awards. Lil' Kim's music catalogue features undertones of sex-positive feminism and the importance of female pleasure, instead of the man as the "dominant priority," through explicit lyrics about sex.
There were conscious women who rapped about love, relationships, and social responsibility, like Lauryn Hill. And there were women like Queen Latifah , who advocated for the unity of all women with a more explicitly political edge. And then there was Lil Kim Aside from music, Lil' Kim is also known for her risk-taking and luxurious approach to fashion that inspired many artists; she has been cited as a fashion icon , as well as one of the most influential rappers of all time by various media outlets.
Lil' Kim has been noted for helping females embrace their "sexuality and femininity" in a way that was not widely appreciated at a time when hip hop was dominated by males. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American rapper, actress and model from New York. New York City , U. Junior M. The Notorious B. See also: List of awards and nominations received by Lil' Kim. However, this wasn't always the case, and there's arguably one woman to thank -- Lil' Kim Before she came out, it was argued that sexy women in hip hop were exploited by the industry, reduced to mere video girls cast to dance around the male breadwinner.
Kim reversed this notion, announcing her arrival to hip hop with a provocative promo poster that saw her clad in a leopard print bikini and matching feather-trimmed robe.
Main article: Lil' Kim discography. See also: Junior M. Headlining The Notorious K. Main article: Lil' Kim videography. Retrieved February 14, Those giving include: Whitburn, Joel Billboard Books. Retrieved February 20, Inmate Hess, Mickey Greenwood Press.
Those giving include: Editors of Rolling Stone CS1 maint: extra text: authors list link McCann, Bob Cossar, Neil Omnibus Press. Retrieved June 9, Kim was, however, the first high-profile female rapper to flip the script on female objectification in the rap industry. She set herself apart by owning, weaponising, and celebrating her unapologetic sexuality. The result was an unprecedented success which, to date, has sold more than six million copies worldwide.
Retrieved December 19, Retrieved August 4, Before Rihanna draped herself in colorful furs, before Nicki Minaj put on pink wigs and skin tight bustiers, and long before Miley Cyrus hopped onstage in a bedazzled thong, Lil' Kim was the risk-taking fashion icon we looked to in music. Her style has become an encapsulation of the racy, avant-garde costuming we're seeing from both our favorite artists and designers today.
Kim raised eyebrows, but her risk-taking and luxurious approach to fashion also made her a designer muse. Behind the Music. VH1 Networks. Viacom Publishing. Retrieved March 9, TV Guide. Retrieved August 7, The Washington Post. Archived from the original on June 1, Show times are 8 p.
This is the moment when Lynne takes your breath away, by delivering one of the most gorgeous and perfectly constructed pop ballads of the decade. ELO is at the height of its powers, perfectly balancing brainy symphonic rock with unabashed Top 40 ambitions, as it delivers one of the best singalongs in its catalog.We know the girls hey (or something like that don't know the lyrics ofc) Na na na hey I've been trying to find this song for a long time, I know it does exist for sure, because my sister also knows the song but can't remember it neither. I searched for it for like years and still nothing. I hope someone here can help me. Big thanks if you do.