Beyonce’s ‘Mi Gente’ Remix Blasts to No. 3 on Hot 100
After peaking at No. 19, the song jumps from No. 21 to No. 3, with a big thanks to Beyonce‘s added guest vocals after it went viral (1,000,000,000+ Video rotations just on on YouTube alone) also from Matt Steffanina’s dance-compilation videos via YouTube.
HOT 100 TOP 10
1. Cardi B – “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)”
2. Post Malone feat. 21 Savage – “rockstar”
3. J Balvin & Willy William feat. Beyoncé – “Mi Gente (Remix)”
4. Logic feat. Alessia Cara & Khalid – “1-800-273-8255”
5. Taylor Swift – “Look What You Made Me Do”
6. Portugal. The Man – “Feel It Still”
7. Imagine Dragons – “Thunder”
8. Demi Lovato – “Sorry Not Sorry”
9. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber – “Despacito”
10. French Montana feat. Swae Lee – “Unforgettable”
Matt Steffanina – Dance compilation:
Surprise guest Missy Elliott drops in to sing “This Is For My Girls.” alongside Michelle Obama & James Corden in his very hot and popular ongoing viral segment, Michelle Obama Carpool Karaoke.
In this gossip and he-said/she-said news infused week full of political propaganda, here’s messaging done delightfully different to the masses gone viral.
This video of Michelle Obama Carpool Karaoke can and should be shared generously with all your family and friends right to your own living room.
In this Michelle Obama Carpool Karaoke, a segment for James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” series that aired last night, Michelle Obama told the late-night host that this was one of the only times she’s been near the steering wheel of an automobile since arriving at the White House:
“I’ve been in a car maybe months ago with my daughter who learned to drive, and we rocked out with her. But that was the only time in seven and a half years that I’ve been in the passenger seat, listening to music, rocking out like this.”
The exchange also provides a near metaphor for what Michelle Obama has done with this instantly viral Late Late Show video segment. She’s technically in the passenger seat, but really, she’s driving the car.
Watch Michelle Obama Carpool Karaoke make history and be a possible first for all future first lady’s of the white house.
A music video for the song, directed by Kahlil Joseph and Beyoncé herself, was included on the parent visual album as part of a one-hour film which premiered on HBO on April 23, 2016. It is filmed in black and white and features a cameo appearance by tennis player Serena Williams.
The music video premiered via Beyonce’s official YouTube VEVO channel on June 22nd 2016. The song’s music video is part of a one-hour film with the same title as its parent album, Lemonade, which originally aired on HBO on April 23, 2016.
“The Girl Is Mine” is a song by British electronic music duo 99 Souls. A mash-up of Destiny’s Child‘s “Girl” (2004) and Brandy & Monica‘s “The Boy Is Mine” (1998), the funky house track was released on November 6th 2015 with a re-recorded vocal from Brandy.
The song peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart.
The song was first released in December 2014, appearing on SoundCloud. While creators 99 Souls thought not much would come of it, the mash-up garnered 2.9 million streams within its first year of release. However, it was later taken down due to copyright violations. After the approval of both Brandy and Beyoncé, the song was released commercially in November of 2015.
“Formation” is a music video and song recorded by American singer, songwriter, record producer, actress and recording artist Beyoncé. Its music video was released on February 6, 2016, along with the single release, through Parkwood Entertainment.
The accompanying music video for “Formation” premiered on February 6, 2016 and was directed by Melina Matsoukas. Filming took place in Los Angeles at the Fenyes Mansion. The music video for “Formation” was shot in Los Angeles, California but features references to Hurricane Katrina, antebellum and Louisiana Creole culture, police brutality, and racism.
The Banger of a Track was produced by Mike WiLL Made-It. It was made available for free download via the subscription-based music streaming service Tidal, and the music video was uploaded on Beyoncé’s official website, through an unlisted YouTube video of her personal account.
Marketing for the song happened post-release and was heavily driven by social media and word-of-mouth. “Formation” was released on the eve of Beyoncé’s halftime show performance on Super Bowl 50, where she performed the song for the first time.
“Runnin’ (Lose It All)” is the lead single from British producer Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin. It was released online on September 18th 2015 as the first single from Naughty Boy’s second studio album.
Upon its release, the song received critical acclaim from music critics. “Runnin’ (Lose It All)” is a power ballad featuring elements of house music.
“Runnin’ (Lose It All)” is the lead single and music video from British producer Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin. It was released online on September 18th 2015 as the first single from Naughty Boy’s second studio album.
Upon its release, the song received critical acclaim from music critics.
A music video was directed by Charlie Robins and it depicted a woman and a man chasing each other underwater. The music video premiered September 17th 2015 via Naughty Boy’s official YouTube VEVO channel.
It features freedivers Guillaume Néry and Alice Mondolo as a man and a woman underwater running towards each other, trying to reunite. The video is inspired by the short film Ocean Gravity.
“Bitch I’m Madonna” is the third single from American singer Madonna from her thirteenth studio album, Rebel Heart (2015).
Featuring guest vocals from Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj.
The song was written by Madonna, Diplo, MoZella, Toby Gad and Ariel Rechtshaid while being produced by the singer along with Diplo and Sophie. It was released as the third single from the album by Interscope Records on June 15, 2015.
Its music video followed two days later, with Minaj and Diplo appearing along with Madonna. The video also contains cameos from Alexander Wang, Rita Ora, Chris Rock, Miley Cyrus, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Kanye West.
Filming took place on the top floors of the Standard Hotel in New York City, and was directed by Jonas Åkerlund who explained how he landed the project:
‘Madonna called me about ‘Ghosttown’. We hadn’t worked for a while because of different circumstances so when I heard all the songs [on Rebel Heart], I was very excited about ‘Ghosttown’. I connected to it creatively. And, yeah, we enjoyed working together. I was supposed to start something else right after and that got pushed and she asked me to do ‘Bitch I’m Madonna’. I saw it being so completely different from ‘Ghosttown’, something a little bit less serious, just fun and crazy.
“Pretty Hurts” is the fourth single and music video from American R&B singer Beyonce‘s fifth studio album titled, Beyoncé.
The Australian singer-songwriter Sia Furler wrote the song in collaboration with Ammo (credited as Joshua Coleman) and Beyoncé, while the production was handled by Ammo and Beyoncé.
“Pretty Hurts” is a smoky pop and neo soul song “with speechy lyrics about the tyranny of the beauty industry”, intended as a self-empowerment anthem as Beyoncé sings negatively of beauty stereotypes: “Brush your hair / Fix your teeth / What you wear / Is all that matters”. Beyoncé sings about “the fatal consequences that our common pursuit of the perfect body can have”.
To promote the single, Beyoncé launched a new site in April 2014 titled whatispretty.com, which stated: “How do you define pretty? Upload a photo or video to Instagram tagged #WhatisPretty that captures what the word means to you.”
“Pretty Hurts” was initially written by Australian singer Sia Furler. Furler subsequently sent the song to Katy Perry and Rihanna, who both ultimately passed on recording it. Furler then proceeded to send it to Beyoncé, who knew immediately that she wanted to record it.
“Party” is the fourth promotional music video and single from American R&B singer Beyonce‘s fourth studio album titled, 4.
The single version, and music video version (also known as the ‘remix’ version) features American rapper J. Cole.
The music video premiered on Beyonce’s official YouTube VEVO channel in late October 2011.
Solange Knowles, Knowles’ younger sister, and former Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland make cameos in the music video.