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- Naam Gabhru Da [Judaa 2 - Amrinder Gill]
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- Date [Jattizm - Ammy Virk]
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- Roshan Prince - Ehsas Da Rishta [Kirpaan (The Sword Of Honour) - Roshan Prince]
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- Top 40 English songs 2013 list
Top English Songs 2013 List
The origin of English songs dates long back to sophistication and mannerism in the British culture. As history ran amuck influences from various genres like Pop, Rock, Jazz and Rock and Roll infiltrated and used English language in their music. Examples like ‘Harlem Shake’, ‘Thrift Shop’ and ‘Mirrors’ will be contained by the latest top English songs 2013 list. So enjoy the diverse moods and emotional pangs that are captured by the songs featured on the newest top English songs 2013 list.
1. Miley Cyrus – We Can’t Stop
2. Imagine Dragons – Radioactive
3. Bruno Mars – Treasure
4. Selena Gomez – Come And Get It
5. Fall Out Boy – My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (light Em’ Up)
6. Justin Timberlake – Mirrors
7. Hunter Hayes – I Want Crazy
8. Maroon 5 – Love Somebody
9. Darius Rucker – Wagon Wheel
10. Jason DeRulo – The Other Side
11. Florida Georgia Line – Cruise
12. Luke Bryan – Crash My Party
13. Capital Cities – Safe And Sound
14. Phillip Phillips – Gone, Gone, Gone
15. Avril Lavigne – Here’s To Never Growing Up
16. Randy Houser – Runnin’ Outta Moonlight
17. Avicii – Wake Me Up
18. Brett Eldredge – Don’t Ya
19. Awolnation – Sail
20. Eli Young Band – Drunk Last Night
21. Bruno Mars – When I Was Your Man
22. Bruno Mars – Treasure
23. OneRepublic – Counting Stars
24. Taylor Swift – 22
25. Carrie Underwood – See You Again
26. Demi Lovato – Heart Attack Lyrics
27. Florida Georgia Line – Get Your Shine On
28. Ke$ha – Crazy Kids
29. Imagine Dragons – Demons
30. Train – Drops Of Jupiter
31. Florida Georgia Line – Round Here
32. Keith Urban – Little Bit Of Everything
33. Kip Moore – Hey Pretty Girl
34. Kelly Clarkson – People Like Us
35. Emeli Sande – Next To Me
36. Billy Currington – Hey Girl
37. Ciara – Body Party
38. Brad Paisley – Beat This Summer
39. Ed Sheeran – Lego House
40. Jake Owen – Anywhere With You
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- Will Anyone Show Up For Miley Cyrus' Bangerz Tour?
Miley Cyrus stormed the 2013 MTV EMA stage on Sunday night, and much like she did at the VMAs back in August, she left a lot of controversy in her wake.Between her alien-themed "We Can't Stop" performance and her the curious cigarette she smoked when she accepted the Best Video award for her Terry Richardson-directed "Wrecking Ball" clip, she left fans wondering: Is this a preview of her Bangerz Tour? Well, she's currently working that all out.
"I just want everything I do to feel like people going to a different world because people always make it seem I don't fit in to what this normal kind of world is. So I want to take people out of the normal world and go into my world," she explained to MTV News about the trek, which is getting a creative assist from Diane Martel, who worked with Cyrus on her "We Can't Stop" video and her VMAs performance."I think that's part of why I was inspired to have this alien theme for the EMAs. I just want it to feel like anything is possible and everything goes in the arena when I'm there, I'm pro everything," she added. "Everyone's loved. Everyone's accepted."Cyrus will begin her Bangerz Tour in Vancouver on February 14, making stops all over North America, including dates in L.A., Chicago, Las Vegas, Nashville and New York City. It's her first big tour since 2011's Gypsy Heart tour, and Miley said that in addition to performing her Bangerz tracks, she'll also throw in "some throwback Thursday" jams."I'm ready to be on tour already. I wish I could skip past all the tours and all the rehearsals and all that and how many meltdowns 'cause I get very anxious," she said. "I'm a little bit obsessive compulsive. I mean I'm so obsessive compulsive my closet is in alphabetical order by designer, so I'm like that crazy. So when it comes down to a tour, it's like 24/7 insane thinking about what it's going to be, but that's the fun part."While it's all a little stressful, in general, Miley tells us she's happier than ever."I couldn't find anything to complain about. Actually, I did something the other day where I had to do something where I was supposed to cry and I was looking at everything like trying to torture myself to make myself cry and I couldn't because I'm just like the happiest person ever," she said."And, so, it's crazy from the time I had started writing 'Wrecking Ball' and working on 'Wrecking Ball' to where I am even now, I mean people tell you that you're gonna change and you always think you're not gonna change, and then you constantly change," she continued. "And it keeps getting better and obviously I'm excited about my tour. I get nervous that I'm gonna get there and no one's going to show up, but hopefully some people show up."Miley's Bangerz Tour
- Sexually explicit music videos 'should have ratings system'
A growing clamour to tackle sexually explicit pop videos will find a new voice this week with the launch of a campaign group to demand cinema-style ratings on lewd content aimed at teenage and pre-teenage girls.
Tomorrow's event comes after the headteacher of a leading private girls' school this weekend joined other high-profile critics of the pop singer Miley Cyrus, who has unleashed an extraordinarily sexualised new image on her young fanbase. Jo Heywood of Heathfield School called on parents and teachers to give girls alternative images to the ones being peddled to them.
Heywood endorsed the efforts of newspaper columnist and author Caitlin Moran, who has written a TV sitcom to combat what she calls the one-dimensional image of teenage girls being hyped by the pop industry. Moran says girls are being force-fed the notion that "being hot" is all that they should aspire to.
The debate over explicit lyrics and videos exploded last month with new material from Miley Cyrus, Rihanna and Robin Thicke all coming in for intense criticism. A survey this month by parenting website Netmums showed strong parental disapproval over sexualised content in many music videos.
Tomorrow the new campaign, entitled Rewind&Reframe, a joint project run by the pressure groups End Violence Against Women Coalition, Imkaan and Object, will launch a website involving young women from a variety of backgrounds writing, blogging and commentating on the portrayal of women in contemporary music videos. A petition is also being started to call on the government to act.
Justine Roberts, founder of the website Mumsnet, said yesterday: "There's no doubt there's a huge amount of racism and sexism in music videos and it's great that this campaign raises awareness about it. I can't see any reason why these videos wouldn't be classified in the way that other forms of media are but the truth is that it won't be a silver bullet.
"Technology these days makes it pretty nigh on impossible to stop under-18s viewing and sharing this kind of material so as parents it's important to talk to them about what's wrong with it. As a society we need to consider how we've got to a situation where misogyny and racism is so commonplace."
Tomorrow evening a debate will be hosted at the House of Commons, chaired by Labour MP Kerry McCarthy and attended by MP Claire Perry, the prime minister's adviser on childhood. Perry has said she has the backing of David Cameron to push for solutions – including an age classification system for music videos and the clear labelling of airbrushed celebrity pictures.
Yesterday Mumsnet held its annual Blogfest, a meeting of politicians, authors, experts, bloggers and social media experts. Contributors to the Mumsnet chatrooms have long been debating and discussing the issues facing teenagers and many attending the event told the Observer they were against any kind of ban on explicit pop videos.
Actress, writer and disability campaigner Victoria Wright said any form of ban would simply make such videos more attractive to teenagers. "These highly sexualised images are a distraction from some great songs and it's really worrying. It's always women in skimpy clothes shaking their arses around men standing about in suits. But I'd hate to see a ban – who would judge it? One person's sexually explicit is another person's artistic expression. Bring back Dusty Springfield," she joked.
Among the keynote speakers was MP Stella Creasy, who was debating "what internet we want". She said: "The really important thing to say is that sexualisation of women has always happened and we have to address it. I think the internet is actually giving us the opportunity to address it because people are becoming active and finding others to collaborate with and so, in that sense, it is bringing people together.
"One-third of girls say they have experienced some sort of sexual harassment at school. Labour are trying to make sex and relationship education statutory in schools – right now it's only about the mechanics of biology – as this is very much linked to the culture of the objectified image of women. We are trying to recognise the range of issues. We need more than a technological or legal fix, we need to teach sex and relationship education in schools and say that is enough is enough. We have a strong commitment to that principles for both boys and girls.