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Question by Morticias_Lover: What is the name of a techno song, lyrics “I’m supergirl, I don’t need a stupid boy…”?
The chorus goes:
I don’t follow stupid rules
I don’t need a stupid boy
If you wanna be with me
And make me real happy
If you wanna be my boy
You better be a superboy
I heard it in a club and it’s contagious, but no results come up in Google search !
Answer by smartbomb314
“supergirl” by saving jane
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Question by george: where do i find the music without lyrics for cowgirls dont cry?
My 9 year old daughter is in a school talent show and she is going to sing Cowgirls Don’t Cry and I cannot find the music without the lyrics.
Answer by Kerosene
Here’s a Youtube video
Here’s where you can buy an Mp3 version
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Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 26, 2012
“Kenny Selcer has put together an album of memorable tunes and sensational picking.”- Joseph Tortelli
“The entire work is one warm vibe that you ride through on the strength of Selcers pleasant, mellifluous vocal.”- Bill Copeland
Kenny Selcers latest release, “Dont Forget About Me,” is an album that perfectly blends folk, Americana, and Adult Contemporary music. Each track on this album seems effortlessly written and performed, just as pop music should be. Selcer uses his own experience as his main musical influence, which makes for an uncommon and enjoyable collection of songs. Kenny Selcer primarily uses his guitar and voice as a medium for individual expression, but exemplifies his musical ability by using instruments as varied as glockenspiel and lap percussion. With Andy Solberg (Bass), Mike Migliozzi (Drums), Chris Billias (Organ and Piano), as well as an array of other talented musicians, Selcer has produced an album with an unconventionally honest and heartfelt sound.
From the opening title track, Dont Forget About Me, and throughout the album, Selcer doesnt hold back his musicianship or candor. With the upbeat mood and nonchalant voice of this yearning love song, parallels between the famed singer-songwriter Jackson Browne are instantly created. Even A Shining Star, the albums fourth track, opens with a slide-oriented guitar motif and evolves into a high-soaring chorus led by Selcers ambitious lyrics, Listen, listen to the rhythm of your heart/though its tearing you apart/gotta make a brand new start. Selcer, armed with well-crafted songs and an earnest delivery, rivals many of the worlds best singer-songwriters, while still adhering to his own individual songwriting style.
“Dont Forget? About Me was produced by Kenny Selcer and engineered by Dave Rizzuti, and mixed by Huck Bennert with Selcers help. Selcer humbly explains the concept of his album: The music brings the listener into my experience that ultimately brings them into their own experience to reflect on the truth of their own lives all with the goal of making them feel good about themselves, to sing the songs, and to be real. “Dont Forget About Me” ultimately prevails in achieving Selcers personal goals, creating a universally introspective album about love, loss, and mostly everything in between.
You can learn more about Kenny Selcer and see his upcoming show dates on his website at http://www.kennyselcer.com
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Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) January 30, 2012
The entertainment industry isnt exactly the friendliest breeding ground for building long lasting romance. It can be hardest for an artists significant other when careers begin to blossom. Often, with an accelerated level of success, there comes a significant increase in the amount of time spent away from home and an overall strain on the foundation of the artists relationships. Those can crumble fast.
Zakaria Zay Ali is one artist that knows the stakes of the game hes chosen to play. His new Chris Strikes-directed video for Dont Say That Its Over is a story of a career building momentum and a strong relationship deteriorating as a result. Signed with Endless Records in 2011, Zay collaborated with Rabby Teng (1 Ink) to write the record, tapping into their own life experiences to get the message across. Zay explains, “The record itself is about an obvious break up; it was created from feelings both inspired from me (Zay) and Rabby, (but) more so Rabby due to a previous relationship he was in.” With the songs lyrics in hand, Zay moved on to the obvious next step of finding the right beat to accompany the story. Enter Arthur McArthur.
Arthur McArthur is one of the most sought out producers in Canada right now and he’s recently upped the ante with some key placements on the new Rick Ross mixtape, Rich Forever. Before that, the 23-year-old beatsmith had also produced key records for artists like Drake (“Uptown,” So Far Gone) and Big Sean (“My House,” Finally Famous). As Zay recalls, “We completed the track, went to Arthur’s studio and it just came naturally from there. Arthur picked up the guitar, started to play it live and the track just started to mean more to me.”
With the song recorded, Zay teamed up with Chris Strikes of The NE Inc. to plan out the music video which was eventually shot September 1, 2011 on location in Toronto. As this is Zay’s first music video release, the pressure was on to make the first impression count. “This video is very important because it is my first one and I was really happy about the way it came out, Chris Strikes definitely helped bring the music to life. I feel the viewer might appreciate it more because it has a story line and a decent amount of dialogue to draw them in emotionally.”
” The “Don’t Say That It’s Over” video was released January 26th and is available on the Endless Records label website and YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/4dbelowmusic).