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Top Ten Underrated Justin Timberlake Songs
Justin Timberlake, one of the most influential recognizable music artists in the world who has made such phenomenal joy-popping music, a huge role model in the music industry and an icon to fans across the globe, as his music (along with *NSYNC) produced alongside Pharrell Williams creating five studio albums, has earned him five Number 1 hit singles, ten Grammy Awards, seven American Music Awards, nine Billboard Music Awards, nine People's Choice Awards, eleven Video Music Awards, and many more nominations and wins.
Top 100 Keyboards & Pianos in Newcastle
Advanced consoles The least expensive, generally advantageous, and generally flexible. Sound and feel aren't comparable to acoustic pianos, yet consoles function admirably as a first instrument.
25 Greatest Songs of Carpenters
Carpenters are the world-famous brother and sister duo - Richard and Karen Carpenter. They were born in New Haven, Connecticut and the family moved to Downey, California, when they were in their early teens.
The Best Music Streaming Apps To Get Your Groove On
When I transferred my music to Spotify, I was asked to give Groove access to information. When you move your music to Spotify, there are five pieces of information we need to access temporarily.
Type of Negative: The Drab Four
Most famously known for their combination of industrial, doom metal, and goth rock Type O Negative has undeniably carved a place for themselves in the 90s metal scene. With heavy themes of sex, romance, depression, and death, it was no surprise they were a controversial bunch. Their dark style even gained them the nickname “the drab four”, a jab to the Beatles ‘Fab Four’ moniker. The group was often facing criticism for their lyrics being obscene, sexist, or racist.
The Little-Known Successful Relatives of Music Superstars
Many sons, daughters and siblings follow their famous relatives into the music industry without ever reaching the same level of stardom.
Best old Hindi Songs
Bollywood has composed hundreds of super-hit songs during the years, but only a few songs tend to stay close to you forever. Here are 10 such songs right from the 1960s to the early 2000s that managed to take the spotlight when compared to the rest.
25 Greatest Songs of David Bowie
25. Starman (1972) Parent Album: The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars Leave it to David Bowie to come up with the 12 word album title "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars." But here's the deal when you come up with an album as great as "Ziggy Stardust..." you can be as elaborate as you want with the title. For that matter you can do almost anything you want... wear bright red patent leather platform boots and adorn your face with extravagant makeup so that you look like you're a visitor from another planet... hmmm maybe Mars. Ziggy Stardust was the Starman who's look was somewhat androgynous with a tilt to the masculine.
Ten Bonkers But Annoyingly Catchy Novelty Songs That Will Invade Your Brain
Musicians are often quite an earnest bunch. From the heart-felt love songs of Adele to the politically-minded anthems of Rage Against the Machine, songwriters love to get deep and meaningful, and to reveal their inner selves through their songs.
Top 5 Hilary Duff Hits
It's been two decades since Lizzie McGuire first premiered on Disney Channel. You read that right. Twenty years. Count 'em. Two-zero. (Sorry, but if I have to feel old, I'm bringing everyone down with me.)
Which Hit Taylor Swift Song Are You?
Disclaimer: I'm not a Swiftie. I mean, sure, I fell in love with the sister albums Folklore and Evermore when they were released in 2020. I don't follow Taylor Swift's social media religiously, but I find it fun that she throws clues and Easter eggs to her fans about what she's up to creatively. I admire that she's so influential and prominent with the lyrics she writes and the moods she evokes with her music.
The Muse & Music Videos
When I'm stuck in writer's block purgatory, I turn to music—and, of course, music videos by extension. I love the way scenes and lyrics mesh in such a way in my brain that new story ideas float to the surface for me to peruse.