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  1. Gimme More

    Gimme More (2007)


    "Gimme More" is a song by American recording artist Britney Spears from her fifth studio album, Blackout. It was released on September 27, 2007 by Jive Records as the lead single of the album. The song was written by Jim Beanz, Marcella "Ms. Lago" Araica, Nate "Danja" Hills and Keri Hilson. "Gimme More" was recorded in 2006 during Spears's second pregnancy, and was one of the first solo productions by Danja. The song opens with an intro in which Spears says the phrase "It's Britney, bitch". It features racy lyrics, that although they appear to be about dance and sex, are a reference to the public's fascination with Spears's private life. Musically, "Gimme More" is an uptempo dance-pop song with breathy vocals and influences from other genres, such as electro and funk. The track closes with a speak-sing outro by Danja.

  2. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go

    Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go (1984)


    "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" is a song by English pop duo Wham! which was released in 1984 and became their first UK number one hit. It was written and produced by George Michael, one half of the duo. This song also appeared in soundtrack for the movie Zoolander.

  3. Wannabe

    Wannabe (1996)


    "Wannabe" is the debut song by British pop group Spice Girls. Written by the group members with Matt Rowe and Richard Stannard during the group's first professional songwriting session, it was produced by Rowe and Stannard for the group's debut album Spice, released in November 1996. The song was written and recorded very quickly; the result was considered lacklustre by their label, and was sent to be mixed by Dave Way. The group was not pleased with the result, and the recording was mixed again, this time by Mark "Spike" Stent.

  4. Piece Of Me

    Piece Of Me (2007)


    "Piece of Me" is a song recorded by American singer Britney Spears for her fifth studio album, Blackout (2007). It was released on November 27, 2007 by Jive Records as the second single from the album. The song was written and produced by Swedish producers Bloodshy & Avant and Klas Åhlund as a response to the media scrutiny and sensationalism of Spears' private life, which they had seen by working with her over the years. "Piece of Me" was the last song to be recorded for Blackout. The self-manifesto song's lyrics are written like a biography retelling her mishaps. Musically, "Piece of Me" is an electro song that runs through a down-tempo dance beat. Spears' voice is heavily synthesized, and constantly shifts in pitch. Backing vocals are provided by Bloodshy & Avant and Robyn.

  5. Freeway Of Love

    Freeway Of Love (1985)


    "Freeway of Love" is a Grammy Award-winning song released as the first single from Aretha Franklin's 1985 album Who's Zoomin' Who? produced by Narada Michael Walden. It was very successful in the United States, peaking at the #3 position of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and topping the Hot R&B Singles chart for five weeks (from July 27, 1985 to August 24, 1985). It went to #1 in Australia. In a remixed "rock" version, the song also topped the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, as well. This single became Aretha's fifteenth Top-10 pop hit in the United States and earned her twelfth Grammy Award, for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance.

  6. Play

    Play (2001)


    "Play" is the second single from Jennifer Lopez's second album, J.Lo. Singer Christina Milian co-penned the song for Lopez before hitting the music scene herself. She has also allegedly provided vocals for the chorus. Even though that has never been confirmed nor denied, Milian was credited for providing her vocals for the choruses in the album booklet.

  7. Hold It Against Me

    Hold It Against Me (2011)


    "Hold It Against Me" is a song by American recording artist Britney Spears, released as the first single from her seventh studio album, Femme Fatale. It was written and produced by Max Martin, Dr. Luke and Billboard, with additional writing by Bonnie McKee. Luke explained that he wanted "Hold It Against Me" to sound unlike his previous productions. The song was going to be offered to Katy Perry, but Luke and Martin felt that it did not suit her. A demo version of the track by McKee was leaked on January 6, 2011, and the single became available for streaming on January 10, 2011. It was released the following day.

  8. La Isla Bonita

    La Isla Bonita (1986)


    "La Isla Bonita" (English: The Beautiful Island) is a song by American singer-songwriter Madonna. It was released as the fifth and final single from her third studio album, True Blue, on February 25, 1987, by Sire Records. The instrumental version of the song was first offered to Michael Jackson before Madonna both accepted it and wrote the lyrics and melody. "La Isla Bonita" is noted for being the first Madonna song to have a Latino influence in it, with arrangements of Cuban drums and Spanish guitar, maracas, harmonicas and a mix of synthesized and real drumming. The lyrics of the song tell about a beautiful island and was a tribute to the beauty of the Latin people according to Madonna.

  9. Born This Way

    Born This Way (2011)


    "Born This Way" is a song by American recording artist Lady Gaga, from her second studio album, Born This Way. Written and produced by Gaga, Fernando Garibay, Jeppe Laursen and DJ White Shadow, "Born This Way" was developed while Gaga was on the road with The Monster Ball Tour. Inspired by the 1990s empowering music for women and the gay community, Gaga explained that "Born This Way" was her freedom song. Previously, she had sung part of the chorus at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards in 2010. The song was announced as the lead single from the album, and was released on February 11, 2011, alongside the lyrics and artwork.

  10. Gee



    "Gee" is the lead single from the album Gee by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. It was released on online music sites on January 5, 2009, with the physical release of the EP on January 7. It quickly went to #1 on various charts and eventually set a record for being #1 on KBS's music chart show Music Bank for 9 consecutive weeks.

  11. Countdown

    Countdown (2011)


    "Countdown" is a song recorded by American singer Beyoncé for her fourth studio album, 4 (2011). The song was written by Knowles, Terius Nash, Shea Taylor, Ester Dean, Cainon Lamb, Julie Frost, Michael Bivins, Nathan Morris and Wanya Morris, and produced by Beyoncé, Taylor and Lamb. The song's conception was brought about by Knowles desiring to mix musical styles of the 1990s with the 1970s. It was sent to radio on October 4, 2011 as the fourth single from 4.

  12. Stomp



    "Stomp" is a song by Steps, released as a single, which became the group's second and last single to hit No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart. Debuting at No. 1 in October 2000 and spending 11 weeks on the UK chart, this track was later released in Australia, Japan, and Europe. The song features (with minor alterations in key and modulation) an orchestral riff from "Everybody Dance", released by Chic in 1978.

  13. Love Will Save The Day

    Love Will Save The Day (1987)


    "Love Will Save the Day" was the fifth single by American singer-songwriter Whitney Houston from her second multi-platinum studio album Whitney (1987). The single was released in July 1988 by Arista Records. "Love Will Save the Day" is the fastest-tempoed song on the album Whitney. Written by Toni C, produced by John "Jellybean" Benitez and featuring Roy Ayers, it is one of the uptempo numbers on the album that also includes "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" and "So Emotional."

  14. Baby Don't Forget My Number

    Baby Don't Forget My Number


    "Baby Don't Forget My Number" is a song by Milli Vanilli and the second U.S single release from their album Girl You Know It's True. It became the first of their three number one hits in the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1989. In 1992, "Weird Al" Yankovic parodied this song and "Blame It on the Rain" as "The Plumbing Song" for his album Off the Deep End.

  15. So Emotional

    So Emotional (1987)


    "So Emotional" is a song recorded by American pop/ R&B singer Whitney Houston. The song was the third single from her second album Whitney, and was released on November 12, 1987.

  16. Do It Well

    Do It Well (2007)


    "Do It Well" is a song recorded by American entertainer Jennifer Lopez for her sixth studio album Brave (2007). The song received positive reviews from music critics, who noted that the song is a classic Lopez song, with dance elements and sassy lyrics. The single was released to radio stations in the United States on August 19, 2007. "Do It Well" has sold 538,000 paid digital downloads in the US as of June 2013.

  17. Batdance

    Batdance (1989)


    "Batdance" is a song by Prince, from the 1989 Batman soundtrack. Helped by the film's popularity, the song reached number one in the U.S., becoming Prince's fourth number-one single, and first since 1986's "Kiss".

  18. Closer

    Closer (2008)


    "Closer" is a 2008 Single by American pop/R&B singer Ne-Yo. The song was produced by Stargate.

  19. I'm Your Man

    I'm Your Man (1985)


    "I'm Your Man" is a song by British pop duo Wham!, released on Epic Records in 1985. It was written by George Michael, one half of the duo.

  20. Irresistible

    Irresistible (2001)


    "Irresistible" is a song by American recording artist Jessica Simpson, released as the lead single from her second studio album of the same name on April 12, 2001, through Sony Music. The song's title and concept was proposed by singer-songwriter Pamela Sheyne, while Arnthor Birgisson, an acquaintance of Sony chief executive officer Tommy Mottola, and his partner Anders Bagge developed the song's melody and co-wrote the verses with Sheyne. The lyrics are more sexually suggestive than Simpson's previous songs.

  21. Shake It up

    Shake It up (1981)


    "Shake It Up" is a song by American Rock band The Cars from their 1981 album of the same name. Although appearing for the first time in 1981, it was actually written years earlier by Ric Ocasek, who composed the vast majority of the band's music. The song would go on to become The Cars' most popular party song (peaking at number two on the US mainstream rock chart and number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1982). Along with the track, "Cruiser", it also hit number fourteen on the US dance chart and continues to be a staple of dance parties. In the music video for it, some of the models crossdress. The song is relied on Dance-pop as the main genre, but Poprock follows along, everything from Elliot Easton's edgy guitar riffs, to the guitar solo gives off a Poprock impression. Add to it keyboardist Greg Hawkes enforces It's solid reminder of The Cars unique New wave-like keyboard lines. The Chipmunks and The Chipettes covered this song for the 1985 TV sepcial A Chipmunk Reunion.

  22. Tell Me Your Wish

    Tell Me Your Wish


    "Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)" (Korean: ) is a dance-pop song from the second mini-album of the same title by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. Released digitally on June 22, 2009, the song became the group's 6th hit Korean single, topping various offline and online charts.

  23. Crazy

    Crazy (2005)


    "Crazy" is a song originated by English soul artist Seal, who wrote its lyrics and jointly composed its music in collaboration with producer Guy Sigsworth. The song was produced by Trevor Horn for Seal's debut album Seal (1991). Released as his debut single, "Crazy" became one of Seal's biggest hits, reaching the top five in the United Kingdom and first top ten in the United States. It has since been interpreted by several artists, including Alanis Morissette, whose version was released as a single from her album The Collection (2005).

  24. The Way You Love Me

    The Way You Love Me (1988)


    "The Way You Love Me" was the first single from R&B singer Karyn White's self-titled debut album. The song peaked at #7 on the Hot 100 chart, #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales chart, and at #5 on the dance chart. It also reached #42 on the UK Singles Chart. This song was the first of White's four top ten hits on the Billboard Hot 100.

  25. Poison

    Poison (2011)


    "Poison" is a song by American recording artist Nicole Scherzinger, taken from her debut studio album, Killer Love (2011). Released from October 25, 2010, it is the first single from the album. It was produced by RedOne, BeatGeek and Jimmy Joker, and is distinctively different to Scherzinger's previous attempts at releasing solo material. "Poison" is backed with powerful synthesizers and a pulsing dance-pop beat. It is one of several records produced by RedOne that will appear on Killer Love. The single was released as a two-track digital download and as a seven-track remixes extended play (EP).

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