Their song had six weeks in the mainstream on the Top 40 chart and is in the Top 10 for the worldwide radio listening audience. At the Forty-sixth Grammy Awards, the band received two nominations for Record of the Year and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. The song expressed the common dreams people living is a full of love. In the first part, “What's wrong with the world mama; People living like they ain't got no mama; I think the whole world's addicted to the drama; Only attracted to things that will bring you trauma.” That lyric refers to children asking their mothers why people were doing a lot of bad things and what happened in the real world. “Overseas, yeah, we tryin' to stop terrorism.” This sentence refers primarily to Afghanistan where Al-Qaeda terrorists were originally located.
the groups first single was end of the road which hit number one on charts, it stayed number one for 13 weeks straight. Boyz 2 men would later exceed this, with Mariah Carey. The group was originally founded during 1988 at the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This group was extremely popular in the 1990’s. Many people titled this music as “baby
Kevin Hart (born July 3, 1980) is an American actor and comedian. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Hart started his career by winning several amateur comedy competitions at clubs throughout the New England area, and he got his first real break in 2001 when he was cast by Judd Apatow for a recurring role on the TV series Undeclared. The series only lasted one season, but it was enough for him to get his name out and land other roles in movies like Paper Soldiers, Scary Movie 3, and Along Came Polly. His comedic reputation began to grow with the release of his first stand-up album I'm a Grown Little Man in 2009. This was followed by Seriously Funny in 2010, and in 2011 Laugh at My Pain in 2011, most arguably his most successful stand-up act so far.
Nugent dropped the Amboy Dukes band name for good in 1975, and signed to Epic Records. Derek St. Holmes (guitar, vocals), Rob Grange (bass) and Clifford Davies (drums) were the primary additional band members for his classic 1970s multi-platinum albums: Ted Nugent (1975), Free-for-All (1976) and Cat Scratch Fever (1977). These albums produced the popular radio anthems "Hey Baby", "Stranglehold", "Dog Eat Dog", and "Cat Scratch Fever". It was during these three years that Nugent truly emerged as a guitar hero to thousands of young hard rock fans, many of whom were unaware of his lengthy apprenticeship with the Amboy Dukes.  This band lineup toured extensively, also releasing the multi-platinum live album Double Live Gonzo!, until its breakup
ENC 1101 J. Cole Cole World: The Sideline Story J. Cole the kind of rapper who worries aloud, and frequently, if he's getting too deep for his own songs. A St. John's University magna cum laude graduate raised in poverty by a single mother, Cole distinguished himself in his early career as much through effort as talent. Over a string of fiercely earnest, frequently impressive mixtapes, he raps in a way which the semicolons and embedded clauses are audible, and he produced all his own tracks. You feel as if you were watching a movie when J.Cole tells his stories. He has become a leading light of the conscious-rap crowd.
A member of his entourage said “He was fascinated with the idea of real young teenage girls; it scared the Hell out of all of us.” (The King’s Troubled Obsession) Elvis’s childhood was an important part of his life because that was the start of his passion for music. He lived in Tupelo until he was about 13, that is where he discovered a passion for music. He took guitar lessons from Frank Smith the young pastor at his church. Oleta Grimes, one of his teachers, was impressed by Elvis’s
One of the best songs he ever wrote was “Born to Run”. The song leads in with an epic and iconic drum roll into blending of a saxophone run and keyboards. The band wastes no time getting to the lyrics brought to life by Springsteen’s husky voice, drawing you into the story he has planned for you within the next four and half minutes. The song has a strong
The Beatles were a band that influenced Pink Floyd greatly in the lead up to the release of Dark Side of the Moon; most bands were influenced by the Beatles at this time. Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band, labelled the bible of summer 1967, gobsmacked musicians all over the world, Pink Floyd being no exception. When Syd Barrett was still in the band, he quoted from the album‘s title song in his own single Apples and Oranges, while Walters twice quoted Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, lyrically in Let There be More Light, and musically in Point me at the Sky. When Gilmour joined, he took much of his guitar sound from the sonic palette used for The Beatle’s The White Album.
When he got his first guitar he had a taste of musical success by winning his high school talent show (Bio.com). In 1958 Presley went into the U.S. army he spent two years in Germany (Rubel). When he came back he married Priscilla Beavlieu in 1967 and the had a daughter named Lisa Marie in 1968 but they divorced in 1973 (Rubel). Presley stared in thirty-three sucsseful fims and made history with his telivison apperences (Elvis.com). His sales earned him gold, platuim, and multi platuim awards (Elvis.com).
Justin Timberlake also heard the track and immediately came up with the words “where is the love” and wrote and chorus. This song is an anthem against the war on terror and the 2003 invasion of Iraq since it was released shortly after the invasion began. The Black Eyed Peas got their start in 1988 when Will.i.am and apl.de.ap began rapping and performing with each other around Los Angeles. The group is currently composed of Will.i.am, Apl.de.ap, Taboo and Fergie. In this anti-war pacifist anthem, ‘The Black Eyed Peas’ put emphasis on a whole range of worldwide issues and discourses.