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Antes de Ti

Antes de Ti is a song by Chilean singer Mon Laferte released originally on February 2, 2018, through Universal Music Group as a non-album single. The song was written and produced by Laferte and Manuel Soto. A Japanese version of "Antes de Ti" wa ...

                                               

Walls (Louis Tomlinson song)

Walls is a song by English singer and songwriter Louis Tomlinson, the fifth and the final single and the title track from his debut studio album of the same name. It was released on 17 January 2020.

                                               

Juro Que

Juro Que is a song performed by Spanish singer and songwriter Rosalia. It was released through Sony and Columbia Records on 23 January 2020 as a single from her upcoming third studio album, which is set to be released this year. The song talks ab ...

                                               

Ashton

Ashton, Maryland Ashton, Michigan Ashton, Kansas Ashton, Nebraska Ashton, Illinois Ashton, Missouri Ashton, Minnesota Ashton, Georgia Ashton, Wisconsin Ashton, Idaho Ashton, West Virginia Ashton, California Ashton, Iowa Ashton Corners, Wisconsin ...

                                               

Hera (disambiguation)

Hera Agathon, a character in the 2004 re-imagined version of Battlestar Galactica Hera Syndulla, a Star Wars character featured in Star Wars Rebels Hera, the superhero codename of Pepper Potts Hera Marvel Comics, a Marvel Comics character

                                               

Noise (disambiguation)

Noise signal processing Noise spectral phenomenon, referring to many types of random or unwanted signals, including acoustic noise Noise economic, in a theory of pricing developed by Fischer Black Noise trader, in financial research, a stock trad ...

                                               

Reed

Reed bird disambiguation Reed switch, an electrical switch operated by an applied magnetic field Reed receiver, an outdated form of multi-channel signal decoding Reed–Sternberg cell, related to Hodgkins disease Reed plant, one of several tall, gr ...

                                               

Flavor (disambiguation)

Flavour or Flavor is the sensory impression of a food or other substance that is determined mainly by the chemical senses of taste and smell. It may also refer to:

                                               

Abba (disambiguation)

ABBA, in poetry, a rhyme scheme also known as enclosed rhyme ABBA ABBA, a short novel by Anthony Burgess

                                               

Yr

Yr Younger Futhark, ᛦ transliterated Ʀ, a rune of the Younger Futhark Yr digraph, two characters used as a unit in mainland Chinas official Pinyin romanization system to write the single vowel /r̝/ in certain languages Ur rune, ᚣ transliterated y ...

                                               

Ground

Ground may refer to: Ground and neutral, closely related terms Ground electricity, the reference point in an electrical circuit from which voltages are measured Soil, a mixture of clay, sand and organic matter present on the surface of the Earth ...

                                               

Titanic (disambiguation)

Titanic, a fictitious luxury space liner on "Voyage of the Damned", a 2007 episode of Doctor Who Titanic play, a 1974 play by Christopher Durang Titanic magazine, a German satirical magazine Titanic musical, a 1997 Broadway musical

                                               

SENI

Seni may refer to: Seni Awa Camara b. c. 1945, a Senegalese sculptor Ole Seni, a settlement in Kenyas Rift Valley Province Gumbat, also known as Seni Gumbat, a town in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan Seni Pramoj 1905 - 1997 The Central Market Malay: ...

                                               

Din

din is noise, a free software musical instrument & audio synthesizer Din, a song by Therion from the album Sitra Ahra album Din, a member of the Harvard Din & Tonics

                                               

Kaman

Kaman may refer to: Kaman surname Kamadeva, the Hindu god of human love Kamein Kaman, an ethnic group in Burma Kaman Aircraft, an American aerospace company and helicopter manufacturer Kaman Music Corporation, a company of several musical instrum ...

                                               

Chamber

Debate chamber, the space or room that houses deliberative assemblies such as legislatures, parliaments, or councils. Chambers of parliament, in politics Chambers of commerce, a business network with local, regional, national, international and b ...

                                               

K4

HMS K4, a 1915 British K class submarine Daewoo K4, a South Korean automatic grenade launcher K 4 or Norrland Dragoon Regiment, a Swedish Army cavalry regiment K-4 SLBM, an Indian submarine-launched ballistic missile USS K-4 SS-35, a 1914 United ...

                                               

Takht

Takht may refer to: Takht., the author abbreviation used for the Soviet-Armenian botanist Armen Takhtajan when citing a botanical name Takht music, the representative small musical ensemble or orchestra of Arab music Takht film, an upcoming Hindi ...

                                               

Gulistan

Gulistan District in Farah Province, Afghanistan Guliston, Uzbekistan Gulistan, Dhaka, in Dhaka, Bangladesh Gulistan Terrace & Gulistan Cottages, Rathmines, Dublin, Ireland Gulistan, Baramulla, in Jammu and Kashmir, India

                                               

Sona

Sona, Veneto, a comune in the province of Verona in Italy Sona District, Veraguas, a district within the Province of Veraguas, situated in Panama Sona, Panama, a town in Sona District, Veraguas, Panama. Sona Glacier, a Himalayan glacier situated ...

                                               

Vamos (song)

Vamos is a song recorded by Mexican singer Jorge Blanco. The song was released by Hollywood Records on May 31, 2019. The accompanying music video was also released on Blancos YouTube channel on the same day. Blanco announced the song in May 27, 2 ...

                                               

Besame

Besame may refer to: Besame sin miedo, pop song recorded by the Mexican pop group RBD for their third Spanish studio album Celestial Besame Mucho, Spanish language song written in 1940 by Mexican Consuelo Velazquez before her sixteenth birthday B ...

                                               

No Me Acuerdo Quien Fui

No Me Acuerdo Quien Fui is the debut studio album by Peruvian singer-songwriter Christian Meier released in 1996 by his own record company Roma Records.

                                               

Illuminize

Omar Martinez, more commonly known by his stage name Illuminize, is an American music producer of Peruvian descent. The first release from Illuminize was a single titled Reality, which was introduced under Scantraxxs X-Bone label. Reality was Mar ...

                                               

Quiero Contigo

The songs lyrics were written by Anna Carina and Mario Caceres while the music was composed by Ender Thomas and "Wahin" Pinto. The song was released on June 1, 2018 along with a lyric video.

                                               

Galleon (disambiguation)

A galleon was a large, multi-decked sailing ship used as armed cargo carriers primarily by European states during the age of sail. Galleon may also refer to: Galleon band, a French dance music band Galleon video game, a 2004 action-adventure game ...

                                               

Silver Line

Silver L Line Silver Line Moscow Silver Line Grand Rapids, in Grand Rapids, Michigan Silver Line Wuhan Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, color-coded "silver", a rapid transit line in Tokyo, Japan Silver Line Manila Silver Line Kerala Semi High Speed Rail ...

                                               

Figaro

London Figaro, a late Victorian satirical magazine published in England Figaro in London, an early Victorian comic magazine published in England Figaro Vienna, a Viennese satirical magazine published 1857–1919 de Queensland Figaro, a weekly newsp ...

                                               

Corregidor (disambiguation)

Corregidor may refer to a number of things. Corregidor 1943 film, an American film directed by William Nigh The Battle of Corregidor 1945, the subsequent World War II battle in which the U.S. and Filipino troops regained control of Corregidor Isl ...

                                               

Cora

CorA metal ion transporter, a Mg2+ influx system Cora, formerly a separate genus of lichen, now synonymous with Dictyonema Cora damselfly, a genus of damselflies

                                               

Hernani

Hernani may refer to: Hernani drama, a Romantic drama by Victor Hugo Hernani CRE, a Spanish rugby union club Ernani, a Romantic opera by Giuseppe Verdi, based on Hugos play Hernani, Gipuzkoa, a town in Gipuzkoa, Basque Autonomous Community, Spain ...

                                               

Wao

Wao or WAO may refer to: Places Wao State, a former princely state in Banas Katha, Gujarat, India Wao, Lanao del Sur, a municipality in the Philippines Other Oscar Wao, protagonist of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao World Autism Organisation ...

                                               

Elaine

Elaine may refer to: Elaine of Astolat Elaine legend, name shared by several different female characters in Arthurian legend, especially Elaine of Corbenic "Elaine" short story, 1945 short story by J. D. Salinger

                                               

A Time for Us

A Time for Us Luke Kennedy album, 2013 A Time for Us Donny Osmond album, 1973 A Time for Us Joey Yung album, 2009 "Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet ", also known as "A Time for Us", an instrumental arranged by Henry Mancini, from Nino Rotas music ...

                                               

Sula

Sula Island, an island in the Philippines Sula River, a tributary of the Dnieper River in Ukraine Sula River Mezen, a tributary of the Mezen River in northern Russia Sula Islands Regency, Indonesia Sula River Pechora, a tributary of the Pechora R ...

                                               

Pangalan

Pangalan is the second studio album by Filipino singer-songwriter Unique Salonga. It was released on March 27, 2020, by O/C Records following his debut studio album Grandma in 2018.

                                               

Munimuni

Munimuni is a Filipino Indie folk band from Manila, Philippines. The band consists of AJ Jiao on lead vocals and guitar, TJ de Ocampo on lead guitar, John Owen Castro on flute and background vocals, Jolo Ferrer on bass, and Josh Tumaliuan on drums.

                                               

Yass

Yazz, a British pop singer from the 1980s and 1990s Jeff Yass born 1956, options trader, managing director and one of the five founders of the Philadelphia-based Susquehanna International Catherine Yass born 1963, painter

                                               

Aksel Kankaanranta

Aksel Kankaanranta is a Finnish singer who was supposed to represent Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. with the song "Looking Back". In 2017, he placed second in The Voice of Finland.

                                               

Looking Back (Aksel Kankaanranta song)

The song would have represented Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, after Aksel Kankaanranta was selected through Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu 2020, the music competition that selects Finlands entries for the Eurovision Song Contest. On 28 Ja ...

                                               

Zoio D Lula

Zoio de Lula ", also stylized as Zoio D Lula ", is a single by Brazilian alternative rock band Charlie Brown Jr. Written by vocalist Chorão, who also drew the cover, it was released on April 1, 1999 as the first single of their second studio albu ...

                                               

Andrei Feher

Born into a family of musicians in the Romanian city of Satu Mare, he began studying the violin at seven, and moved with his family to Montreal at the age of 13, where he enrolled in the Joseph-François Perrault High School. He went on to study a ...

                                               

Hey You

"Hey You" 311 song "Hey You", by Sims from Bad Time Zoo "Hey You!", single by Black Lace Hei, tu!” Romanian for" Hey, You!”, a song by Iris "Hey You!", by Divine from Maid in England "Hey You", by Miranda Cosgrove from Sparks Fly "Hey You", by Fa ...

                                               

Jouliks

Jouliks is a Canadian drama film, directed by Mariloup Wolfe and released in 2019. An adaptation of the theatrical play by Marie-Christine Lê-Huu, the film centres on a bohemian couple, Zak and Vera, who are raising their shy but observant young ...

                                               

The Nightingale and the Rose

The Nightingale and the Rose may refer to: In literature The nightingale and the rose, a metaphor prevalent in Diwan collections of Persian and Ottoman poetry "The Nightingale and the Rose", a story in The Happy Prince and Other Tales by Oscar Wi ...

                                               

Toreador

Toreador may refer to: adiosToreador, the username for Tavros Nitram, a fictional character in the web comic Homestuck The mascot for Monterey High School in Monterey, California, United States The Toreador, a musical comedy The Daily Toreador, t ...

                                               

Tie

Tie has two principal meanings: Tiebreaker Tie draw, a finish to a competition with identical results, particularly sports Necktie, a long piece of cloth worn around the neck or shoulders Tie or TIE may also refer to:

                                               

Blo (band)

Blo was a Nigerian psychedelic funk ensemble formed in Lagos and active between 1972 and 1982. The main trio consisted of Laolu "Akins" Akintobi, Berkely "Ike" Jones, and Mike "Gbenga" Odumosu. The group fused the Afrobeat rhythms of Nigeria with ...

                                               

Kum

Kum may refer to: Kum-Kum, an anime Guqin a.k.a. Kum or Qin, a Cantonese musical instrument 琴 Kum, West Azerbaijan, Iran Qum, Azerbaijan Qom Province, Iran, whose seat is Qom Kum, Cantonese form of Qin surname 琴 and Jin Chinese surname 金 Kum., ...

                                               

Horse (disambiguation)

Equus ferus, or wild horse, the species from which horses were domesticated Equinae, the horse subfamily Equus genus, the horse genus, including donkeys, horses, zebras, and others Equidae, the horse family