Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Leopold, Aug 6, 2017.
Yes it's this one! Thank you!
Neither of them, but Dan Black was a good guess (I'd never heard of Dan Croll before though). The one I'm thinking of made folkier/more singer-songwriter-y music though.
It wasn't this fella by any chance
Nope, wasn't that either.
I actually have another one. I was in the supermarket earlier today and they played a song by a female vocalist, with a mid/late 00s scandi-pop sound and a chorus that went something like "count to three/one two three, medical emergency", and a guest male vocalist, I can't recall if a rapper or a singer, who mentioned being a doctor in his verse. I couldn't look it up at the time due to the plastic gloves, and now I'm not 100% sure on the details anymore. Does anyone recognise it? It's definitely not Emergency by Icona Pop by the way.
Thanks but it wasn't that!
I tried. Remembered another one, but it has no counting and no features.
What's the song Britney's dancing to at 1:10?
SOLVED - what a bop dddd
Is it this?
That's it, thanks!
What's that bop by an 80s maybe early 90s flop girl, European I think, she's in a pool in the video and her tiddies almost fall out of her blue bikini (or that was a messy live performance)?? @Vasilios Dddddd
YASSS thank you king.
Boys is truly Top 10 80s, the backing track, THAT prechorus, the uplifting hook, the rap, the carefree sleaziness, Sabrina's tonnes of CUNT... A triumph. The fact it's still loved and played in 2020 while all the 'serious music' of 1987 is long forgotten, yassss.
Even my dad stans. I was singing the song in the kitchen now and he walks by and says "oh Sabrina". Icon!
One of the biggest 80's staples in France. Watching her struggle-perform it every year on a random show will never not be the kii.
Lady Gaga's thread made me remember one song I've been searching for years. Probably released in the early 00's. I think it's a Dance of UK Garage inspired song that featured a male singer. He sang in his low to mid range, and thus his delivery was very reminiscent of Craig David's early hits in that genre. Does that sound familiar to anyone?
Otherwise, I'll try to recreate what I can as I remember the melody in the chorus (?).
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