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Welcome to the amazing Music Songs Player! After adding this music app to your browser, all you will need to do is to type in a band/ singer name that you want to hear and enjoy hours of great music from your favourite singer.
After typing you will have two options to click on “Only” or “Similar”. If you click on only, you will get all the songs our app could find for the specific band/ singer, the list of songs will appear on the left side of the screen and will start automatically playing your song from YouTube.
If you click on similar, it means that you wish to get similar bands/ singers to the original name that was typed in, a list with similar singers/ bands will appear on the right side of the screen.
When you click on one of the songs to play, our app will play continually all the songs that it found! You won’t have to click on any other song from the specific singer/ band.
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TOP MUSIC VIDEOS THAT YOU SHOULD NOT miss
Welcome to 2018 where, trust it or not, music recordings are as yet fit as a fiddle. A valid example: Donald Glover, otherwise called Childish Gambino, hopped to the main spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for his track “This Is America”— driving Drake’s “Nice for What” down to number two after the Canadian rapper held the spot for 15 weeks following the arrival of “God’s Plan.” Gambino’s song turned into a moment hit, to some extent on account of his much-discussed music video, which abhorrently features the reality of firearm viciousness in America.
Obviously, other music recordings are astounding basically for their staggering visuals and—let’s be realistic—the artists itself. Here, a rundown of the best recordings released so far this year.
Kali Uchis ft. Tyler the Creator -“After the Storm”
Come for the ’60s wonderland featuring the supreme Kali Uchis, remain for the similarly famous Tyler the Creator singing his verse underneath the ground canvassed in the grass. His 2017 collection title, Flower Boy, has never been more proper.
Drake -“God’s Plan”
I was shocked when I watched this video out of the blue, predominantly on the grounds that I didn’t figure Drake could improve. In the music video, Drake amazed Miami basic supply customers with more than $175,000 worth of products, gave understudies at the University of Miami grant cash for school, gave kids toys and guardians money, and fulfilled individuals truly by and large. Here, he makes a music video of him without really making it about him.
Childish Gambino -“This Is America”
A shirtless, moving Donald Glover enters the principal scene of his “This Is America” music video and you hope to watch a reel of his hot moves. The following you think you know, Glover hauls out a weapon and shoots a man point-clear from behind—featuring the grasping reality of the U.S. also, it’s dismissed weapon brutality pestilence. “This is America/Guns in my area,” he echoes all through the tune.
Kendrick Lamar ft. SZA -“Every one of the Stars”
Before Black Panther debut in February, Kendrick and SZA discharged the “Every one of the Stars” music video. (The track was initially made for the film.) The joint effort influenced it on to our “Best Songs of 2018” rundown since it is that great, and the music video is far better—the visuals are imperative all alone, yet particularly in light of the fact that Kendrick delightfully features Afrofuturism: a recorded social reasoning “that consolidates African and African American culture, innovation, and sci-fi to make provocative depictions without bounds.”.
Janelle Monáe -“Make Me Feel”
Janelle Monáe makes me feel with the provocative, neon ’80s dance club scenes in this video from her collection, Dirty Computer. It additionally includes on-screen character Tessa Thompson and astonishing move moves from the two.
Ariana Grande- “No Tears Left to Cry”
A gothic Ariana Grande went live in “No Tears Left to Cry,” which made its entry in April. She enters the video in, basically, an optical hallucination, changes to a room brimming with entrancing string lights, and abruptly shows up inside a striking liveliness of NYC that influences you to feel like you’re on the Spiderman ride at Disney.