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  1. Angel

    Angel (2000)

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    "Angel" is a 2001 number one hit song by reggae artist Shaggy featuring Rayvon. It was the follow-up to Shaggy's U.S. number-one hit "It Wasn't Me". "Angel" reached number one in the U.S. for the week of 31 March 2001 becoming his final top forty song in the US to date.


  2. Rich Girl

    Rich Girl (2004)

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    "Rich Girl" is a song by American recording artist Gwen Stefani from her debut solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby. (2004). Produced by Dr. Dre, the track features rapper Eve, and is a remake of Louchie Lou & Michie One's 1993 song of the same name, which was in turn an adaptation of the Fiddler on the Roof song "If I Were a Rich Man". Stefani says the song discusses her dreams of fame and riches from the perspective of "when she was just an Orange County girl".


  3. Dem Bow

    Dem Bow (1990)

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    Dem Bow is a song performed by Jamaican reggae singer Shabba Ranks, produced by Bobby Digital who helped popularize and spread the reggaeton genre in the 1990s. This song used the "Poco Man Jam" riddim (based on the title of the 1990 Gregory Peck song) created by Jamaican producers Steely & Clevie in the late '80s and early '90s.


  4. Baby Boy

    Baby Boy

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    "Baby Boy" is song recorded by American R&B singer Beyoncé Knowles, featuring Jamaican reggae rapper Sean Paul. The track was produced by Scott Storch for Knowles' debut studio album, Dangerously in Love (2003). Consisting of a lyrical interpolation of "No Fear" by hip-hop group O.G.C, "Baby Boy" was written by Knowles, Storch, Paul, Robert Waller and Jay-Z. "Baby Boy" is an R&B–reggae song whose lyrics detail a woman's fantasies, and in keeping with the album's overall theme, Knowles' deemed them as personal to her. The song was considered to be a sequel to Knowles' 2002 collaboration with Jay-Z on "'03 Bonnie & Clyde".


  5. Watch n' Learn

    Watch n' Learn

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    "Watch n' Learn" is a song recorded by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna, for her sixth studio album Talk That Talk (2011). It was written by Priscilla Renea, Rihanna, Alja Jackson and Chauncey Hollis. The production was helmed by Hollis under his stage-name Hit-Boy. When Renea came with an idea and concept for the song, Hollis had already started working on the composition, without having in mind any particular artist. With the work on the track being finished, it was forwarded to Rihanna and her label, which eagerly accepted it.


  6. Rabiosa

    Rabiosa (2010)

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    "Rabiosa" (English: "Rabid") is a song by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira, taken from her seventh studio album Sale el Sol. It was written by Armando Pérez, Edward Bello, and Shakira, and released by Epic Records as the third single from the album, on April 8, 2011. Two versions of the song exist; the English-language version, which features American rapper Pitbull, and the Spanish-language version, which features Dominican rapper El Cata. The song is Shakira's interpretation of Cata's original song "La Rabiosa", and is heavily influenced by merengue and dance music. Lyrically, the song focuses on Shakira and El Cata, or Pitbull, singing about each other's sex appeal.


  7. Fire

    Fire

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    "Fire" is the debut single by K-pop girl group 2NE1. Released in May, the song became a hit on various on- and offline charts.


  8. Culo

    Culo

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    "Culo" (English: "Ass") is a song by Cuban-American hip hop recording artist Pitbull featuring rapper Lil Jon. It serves as his debut single and the lead single from his debut album M.I.A.M.I. Using a Coolie Dance riddim, the song samples Nina Sky's hit "Move Ya Body" featuring Jabba.This song is also sampled from Mr. Vegas "Pull Up" single,in which Pitbull and Lil Jon got sued by Mr. Vegas. It peaked at number thirty-two on the Billboard Hot 100, number forty-five on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks and number eleven on the Hot Rap Tracks. The remix version features Lil Jon and Ivy Queen.


  9. Hey Baby

    Hey Baby (2001)

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    "Hey Baby" is a song written by Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, and Bounty Killer for No Doubt's fifth studio album Rock Steady (2001). Released as the album's lead single, the song is heavily influenced by the Jamaican dancehall music present at No Doubt's post-show parties and tour bus lounges of their Return of Saturn tour. Its lyrics describe the debauchery with groupies at these parties.


  10. Rock This Party

    Rock This Party (2007)

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    "Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)" is a song by Bob Sinclar, co-produced by regular partner Cutee B and featuring Dollarman and Big Ali on vocals. The song uses recreated parts of the massive 1990s hit "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)", by C+C Music Factory featuring Freedom Williams and was released as the third major single off the Western Dream album, on August 22, 2006. It became his most popular single on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 3 and also reached number 6 on the ARIA Singles Chart.


  11. You Don't Love Me

    You Don't Love Me

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    "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)" is a song by Jamaican recording artist Dawn Penn from her debut studio album, No No No (1994). The song's lyrics are credited to Penn, Bo Diddley and Willie Cobbs, and production was handled by Steely and Clevie. Penn recorded a song in 1967 called "You Don't Love Me", which incorporates elements of the music and lyrics of Cobbs' 1960 song "You Don't Love Me". The Cobbs song was, in turn, based on Diddley's 1955 song "She's Fine, She's Mine". Thus, both are credited as songwriters on Penn's recording. In 1994, after a 17-year break from the music industry, she re-recorded a dancehall version of the song retitled "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)".


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