The whole album is amazing. The music is influence by 1980s American pop and 1990s K-pop, with some new jack swing in the mix. The retro sound fits the album very well. The album itself is like a thank you to the new jack swing genre.
Prism is the first track off of “1 of 1”.
The single and title track “1 of 1” is the second track off the album of the same name.
Feel Good is the third track off ” 1 of 1″.
Don’t Let Me Go is the fourth track
Lipstick is the fifth track
Don’t Stop is the sixth track
Shift is the seventh track. I don’t know why, but I be feeling some eurodance beats from this track
U Need Me is the eighth track
And finally, So Amazing is the ninth and final track on the album.It’s also a special track.
Thank you for reading this post and voting. Enjoy the album, by the way.
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You guys should check out these hilarious youtubers called “The Kid Squad”. They make these funny vids like songs in real life kids style vids, DIYs, and other funny video types. I know they may seem cringy to some people but I still love them and their videos.
These are their current “Songs in Real Life” vids
These are their current challenges
These are their current DIYs
These are their other hilarious vids
I hope The Kid Squad sees this and likes it. And maybe follow my blog, some day, some day I say.
Oh, and here’s a poll to let me know if you liked the vids and The Kid Squad or you could just comment. Either way, I will be happy as a daisy.
“Sing” is this awesome animated-comedy-musical movie that was released in December 2016. The movie was amazing to me, it had many funny and talented actors, and fantastic singers (Tori Kelly, Jenifer Hudson). The film had great musical performances, hilarious funny scenes, and showed how the main characters lives were before getting the flyers for the singing competition (which is one of the funny scenes of the movie). If you haven’t seen this movie yet, you got too, if you want. It’s your choice.
It’s a eurodance song that was released in late spring of 2000 by ATC (A Touch of Class), a German band. Even though, non of them were from Germany, the group was formed there. But because it’s album, “Planet Pop” wasn’t promoted well enough. Even though the song was a one-hit-wonder, it didn’t last long on american airwaves and got forgotten by many in North America.