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  • Beauty and a Beat Music Video
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    The music video for this Justin Bieber single was shot at a swimming pool party. The footage was recorded by Justin Bieber himself. It’s got a catchy beat that has plenty of synthesizer effects. With the beat comes a catchy title also, Beauty and a Beat. Sounds like a children story. The song has the “party like it’s the end of the world” concept. Only this time, it uses “3012” (because 2012 didn’t happen). This songs features Nicki Minaj with her signature rapping style. It’s interesting how she makes Justin’s last name with Selener, that is, Selena Gomez. The song’s up-tempo beat makes it fit for clubs and discos.
  • Blake Shelton: God Gave Me You
    By: ARVC
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    "God Gave Me You" is the title of a tune composed and recorded by American contemporary Christian music vocalist Dave Barnes. It was discharged in January 2010 as the lead single from the collection, What We Want, What We Get.In 2011, blue grass music artist Blake Shelton secured the tune for his collection Red River Blue. It was discharged in July 2011 as the second single from this collection. Shelton caught Barnes' rendition of the melody on a contemporary Christian station, and stated that it propelled him to recommend to then-lady friend Miranda Lambert; the music film incorporated footage from Lambert the night soon after their wedding. on November 30th, the tune accepted a Nomination in 54th Grammy Awards for Best Country Song.
  • Lady Antebellum: Need You Now
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    "Need You Now" is a twang pop melody performed by American twang music aggregation Lady Antebellum. The melody was co-composed by Lady Antebellum and Josh Kear, and prepared by the trio in addition to Paul Worley. It serves as the leadoff single and title track to their second studio collection, Need You Now, which was discharged on January 26, 2010. The melody was their presentation single in the UK and Europe and was discharged on April 26, 2010. It won four Grammy Awards in 2011, incorporating for Song of the Year and Record of the Year, the first blue grass melody to score both respects since 2007, and just the second ever