Friday, 29 May 2015

A Classic Hit From Britney Spears

Britney Spears
Britney Spears
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Britney Spears managed to maintain her popularity despite the various ups and downs in her personal life (The world can clearly see that she is human; a person who has problems just like the rest of us).

One of her songs that I simply could not ignore was: Toxic; which is an infectious single from off of her fourth studio album, In The Zone.

Back in 2004, the song, Toxic, was at the number one spot on the UK Singles Chart, number four on the Swiss Singles Chart and it was at number nine on the US Billboard Hot 100.

Here is the video for Britney Spears', Toxic. Enjoy!

Another Great Song From Amy Grant

Amy Grant
Amy Grant
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I love listening to Amy Grant's music, because the lyrical content of her songs are meaningful.

Another beautiful song that I like from her is: That's What Love Is For; which was the fourth single that was released from off of her twelfth studio album, Heart in Motion.

Back in 1991, the song, That's What Love Is For, was at number one on the US Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.

Here is the video for Amy Grant's, That's What Love Is For. Enjoy!

A Hot Classic From Sly and the Family Stone

Sly and the Family Stone
Sly and the Family Stone
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Sly and the Family Stone were very popular during the late sixties and in the mid-seventies.

One of the songs that I like from this American band is: Hot Fun in the Summertime; which is one of their amazing singles from off of their greatest hits album; one that goes by the name of Greatest Hits (Hmm. Apparently, they were not too keen on finding a name for their greatest hits album).

Back in 1969, that psychedelic soul song of theirs was at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100.

I hereby dedicate this groovy song to all of the fans of Sly and the Family Stone on the world wide web. Enjoy!

A Beautiful Classic From NSYNC

NSYNC
NSYNC
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Could you remember the American boy-band NSYNC?

They were around from 1995 to 2002.

One of my favourite songs from them is, a beautiful ballad called: This I Promise You; which is one of their lovely-sounding singles from off of their second studio album, No Strings Attached.

This beautiful song was composed by the legendary singer, songwriter and musician, Richard Marx and was released on November 25th, 2000.

The song, This I Promise You, was at number one on the US Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.

Without further ado, here is the video for NSYNC's, This I Promise You. Enjoy!

Thursday, 28 May 2015

I Love Calvin Harris' "Pray to God"

Calvin Harris
Calvin Harris
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If you are deep into electronic dance music, you would be most familiar with Calvin Harris' music.

On May 6th, 2015, Calvin Harris' Pray to God was released; it features the vocals of the American pop rock trio, HAIM.

The song, Pray to God, is perfect for those radio stations that are afraid to play house music, because it sounds a little more like pop.

The club DJs on the other hand, can still get away with playing this dance track, because it is so well-produced and it does not stray too far from the expected element of house that people are accustomed hearing from Calvin Harris.

The song, Pray to God, was at number seven on the UK Dance Charts.

Here is the video for Calvin Harris', Pray to God; which features the vocals of, HAIM. Enjoy!