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Rockabye (Clean Bandit)
A dancehall song about all the struggling single mothers in the world. Featuring Jamaican dancehall singer Sean Paul and British singer Anne-Marie. The black singer sings in Creole English, so grammar and pronunciation differs quite remarkably from standard English and makes it difficult to understand.
Firework - Katy Perry - A Cappella Cover (Mike Tompkins)
A really cool a capella version of Katy Perry's Firefox, made by Mike Tompkins. For the original music video by Katy Perry, click here.
Geil (Bruce & Bongo)
This is a carefree funny dance song composed by British duo Bruce and Bongo, based in Germany.
Are You With Me (Lost Frequencies)
In 2012 American country singer Easton Corbin released "Are You With Me?". In 2014, Belgian house DJ and producer Lost Frequencies took the music and chorus from the song, sped up the track and released it in October 2014 as a remix, changing it to eurodance rhythms. This new version reached the charts throughout Europe, climbing to #1 in many countries. You can see the video with the original country melody by Easton Corbin here: Are You With Me?.
Waves (Mr Probz)
"Waves" is a song by Dutch recording artist Mr Probz (his real name is Princewell Stehr). It was initially released as a stand-alone digital single on 25 November 2013, becoming a top ten hit in the Netherlands. The song became an international hit upon being remixed in a more uptempo fashion by German electronic music producer Robin Schulz, with Schulz's remix topping the charts in multiple countries, including Austria, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. "Waves" was sent to US dance radio by Ultra Music on 14 April 2014. The remix was the fourth best-selling song of 2014 in the UK, selling over 800,000 copies. The music video for the remix of "Waves" was shot in Tulum, Mexico and released on 3 February 2014.
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