List of number-one dance singles of 2006 (U.S.)

These are the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number one hits of 2006.

Issue date Song Artist Reference(s)
January 7 "Perfect Love" Simply Red [1]
January 14 "Love Generation" Bob Sinclar featuring Gary Pine [2]
January 21 "Don't Forget About Us" Mariah Carey [3]
January 28 "House Is Not a Home" Deborah Cox [4]
February 4 "Number 1" Goldfrapp [5]
February 11 "Unwritten" Natasha Bedingfield [6]
February 18 "In My Mind" Heather Headley [7]
February 25 "Rhythm Intoxication" Rosabel [8]
March 4 "Check on It" Beyoncé featuring Slim Thug [9]
March 11 "Be Without You" Mary J. Blige [10]
March 18 "Sorry" Madonna [11]
March 25 [12]
April 1 "Talk" Coldplay [13]
April 8 "Glory of Life" Mink [14]
April 15 "Oh Yeah Oh Six" Yello [15]
April 22 "Ooh La La" Goldfrapp [16]
April 29 "Give Me Your Love" Carl Cox featuring Hannah Robinson [17]
May 6 "It Makes a Difference" Kim English [18]
May 13 "SOS" Rihanna [19]
May 20 "I Want More (Cling on to Me)" Amuka [20]
May 27 "Say Somethin'" Mariah Carey featuring Snoop Dogg [21]
June 3 "Suffer Well" Depeche Mode [22]
June 10 "Faster Kill Pussycat" Oakenfold featuring Brittany Murphy [23]
June 17 "The One That Got Away" Natasha Bedingfield [24]
June 24 "Get Together" Madonna [25]
July 1 "Tracking Treasure Down" Gabriel & Dresden [26]
July 8 "Make a Move on Me" Joey Negro [27]
July 15 "World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)" Bob Sinclar [28]
July 22 [29]
July 29 "Unfaithful" Rihanna [30]
August 5 "Promiscuous" Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland [31]
August 12 [32]
August 19 "C'est la Vie" Kim English [33]
August 26 "Stars Are Blind" Paris Hilton [34]
September 2 "Lost" Roger Sanchez [35]
September 9 "Ain't No Other Man" Christina Aguilera [36]
September 16 [37]
September 23 "Turn It Up" Paris Hilton [38]
September 30 "Buttons" The Pussycat Dolls featuring Snoop Dogg [39]
October 7 "A Public Affair" Jessica Simpson [40]
October 14 "Deja Vu" Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z [41]
October 21 "Is It Love?" iio [42]
October 28 "SexyBack" Justin Timberlake [43]
November 4 "Gone" Sun [44]
November 11 "Hard" Africanism [45]
November 18 "Jump" Madonna [46]
November 25 [47]
December 2 "Fucking Boyfriend" The Bird and the Bee [48]
December 9 "Maneater" Nelly Furtado [49]
December 16 "Ring the Alarm" Beyoncé [50]
December 23 "Lost Yo Mind" Pepper MaShay [51]
December 30 [52]

See also

References

  1. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date January 7, 2006
  2. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date January 14, 2006
  3. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date January 21, 2006
  4. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date January 28, 2006
  5. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date February 4, 2006
  6. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date February 11, 2006
  7. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date February 18, 2006
  8. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date February 25, 2006
  9. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date March 4, 2006
  10. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date March 11, 2006
  11. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date March 18, 2006
  12. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date March 25, 2006
  13. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date April 1, 2006
  14. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date April 8, 2006
  15. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date April 15, 2006
  16. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date April 22, 2006
  17. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date April 29, 2006
  18. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date May 6, 2006
  19. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date May 13, 2006
  20. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date May 20, 2006
  21. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date May 27, 2006
  22. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date June 3, 2006
  23. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date June 10, 2006
  24. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date June 17, 2006
  25. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date June 24, 2006
  26. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date July 1, 2006
  27. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date July 8, 2006
  28. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date July 15, 2006
  29. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date July 22, 2006
  30. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date July 29, 2006
  31. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date August 5, 2006
  32. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date August 12, 2006
  33. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date August 19, 2006
  34. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date August 26, 2006
  35. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date September 2, 2006
  36. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date September 9, 2006
  37. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date September 16, 2006
  38. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date September 23, 2006
  39. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date September 30, 2006
  40. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date October 7, 2006
  41. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date October 14, 2006
  42. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date October 21, 2006
  43. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date October 28, 2006
  44. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date November 4, 2006
  45. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date November 11, 2006
  46. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date November 18, 2006
  47. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date November 25, 2006
  48. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date December 2, 2006
  49. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date December 9, 2006
  50. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date December 16, 2006
  51. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date December 23, 2006
  52. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date December 30, 2006
A Public Affair (song)

"A Public Affair" is a song recorded by American singer Jessica Simpson. It was co-written by Simpson and produced by Lester Mendez, for Simpson's fourth studio album of the same title. It was released as the album's first single (second overall) on June 29, 2006 by Epic Records. The synthpop track samples the composition of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by Diana Ross and interpolates the Madonna classic "Holiday". It was also compared to Janet Jackson. Lyrically, the song speaks about having fun with friends.

"A Public Affair" received mixed reviews from critics, with many criticizing its close similarity with "Holiday". The song reached the top ten in Canada, Ireland and Scotland and made the top twenty in US, Australia and UK. The song also topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, becoming Simpson's first number one on the chart. The song ranked at number 51 on Top 100 Pop Songs of 2006 by About.com.

Check on It

"Check on It" is a song recorded by the American singer Beyoncé, featuring American rappers Bun B and Slim Thug. It was composed by Beyoncé, Swizz Beatz, Sean Garrett, Angela Beyincé, and Slim Thug. Initially recorded by Beyoncé only, the song was supposed to be featured on the soundtrack for 2006 film The Pink Panther, in which she co-stars as Xania. As it was ultimately not included on its soundtrack album, the song with additional vocals from Slim Thug was placed on the 2005 Destiny's Child's greatest hits album #1's. Columbia Records released "Check on It" in the United States on December 13, 2005. The official single version of the song includes vocals from American rapper Bun B.

The song's development was motivated by the phrase "Check on It" which Beyoncé and her management jokingly used before they decided to turn it into a song. "Check on It" is an R&B and hip hop song, which is instrumentally complete with a heavy bassline, strings, and wind instrument. Lyrically, it takes place in a club, where Beyoncé is letting the male patrons know that they are welcome to come and look at her body when she is dancing. The song consists of two verse-raps by Slim Thug. "Check on It" was well received by contemporary music critics, who universally complimented Beyoncé's vocals, and the assertiveness with which she sings her lines.

"Check on It" was not originally intended as a single from the album #1's. However, it received heavy rotation on US radio stations, following the release of the first single, "Stand Up for Love" (2005), which performed poorly on the charts. Eventually, "Check on It" debuted on the US Billboard Hot 100 in November 2005, before its official release date. The single peaked at number one for five consecutive weeks, becoming one of the two longest-running number-one single in 2006, and Beyoncé's third US number-one single as a solo artist. "Check on It" reached number one in New Zealand and the top ten on various singles chart in mainland Europe.

The music video for the song was directed by Hype Williams, and premiered on December 16, 2005 on MTV. The version of "Check on It" used in the clip features a remix of "The Pink Panther Theme" and a verse-rap from American rapper Bun B. Incorporating 1950s influences, the video was shot in pink to brand the relationship with The Pink Panther. It won the Best R&B Video at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards, and was nominated for Video of the Year at the 2006 BET Awards. Although Beyoncé did not perform "Check on It" in any televised appearances, it was a part of her set list on The Beyoncé Experience (2007) and the I Am... Tour (2009–10).

Déjà Vu (Beyoncé song)

"Déjà Vu" is a song by American singer Beyoncé, featuring vocals by rapper Jay-Z. It was produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins and Beyoncé for her second solo album, B'Day (2006). "Déjà Vu" is an R&B song, which incorporates elements of the 1970s funk and soul music. Its music is largely based on live instrumentation, including bass guitar, hi-hat, horns, except Roland TR-808 drum machine, which is a non-live instrument. The song's title and lyrics refer to a woman being constantly reminded of a past lover.

"Déjà Vu" was released as the album's lead single to US radio stations on June 24, 2006. The song received generally mixed critical reviews. Many critics noted the similarities of "Déjà Vu" with Beyoncé's own 2003 song "Crazy in Love". Critics commended the assertiveness and the sensuality with which Beyoncé sings the lyrics and compared her vocal delivery to that of Tina Turner in the late 1980s. "Déjà Vu" and its Freemasons club remix version received three nominations at the 2007 Grammy Awards. It was recognized as the Best Song of 2006 at the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards.

Commercially, "Déjà Vu" peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. It topped the Hot Dance Club Play chart, the Hot Dance Singles Sales chart, and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The song was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). "Déjà Vu" peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart and generally reached the top 20 in Europe. The song's accompanying music video was directed by Sophie Muller. About 5,000 fans petitioned online for a re-shoot of the video, complaining about, amongst other factors, the lack of theme, the wardrobe choice, and the seemingly sexual interactions between Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

Faster Kill Pussycat

"Faster Kill Pussycat" is the first single from Paul Oakenfold's 2006 album, A Lively Mind. It features American actress Brittany Murphy's vocals, and was co-written by singer/songwriter Kelli Ali (former vocalist of British trip hop group Sneaker Pimps) . It was released on March 21, 2006 in the US and eventually reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart and reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Dance Airplay. In the UK, it debuted at #37 on downloads alone, and reached #7 the next week. The title of the track is a play on the title of the movie Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! The song was also featured in one of the installments in the long-running Dance Dance Revolution series, Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2.

Get Together (Madonna song)

"Get Together" is a song by American singer Madonna from her tenth studio album Confessions on a Dance Floor (2005). Produced by Madonna and Stuart Price, the song was released as the third single from the album by Warner Bros. Records on June 6, 2006. The decision was spurred by the fact that "Get Together" was the third most downloaded song from the album. It was also released to coincide with the start of Madonna's Confessions Tour. Inspired by Stardust's single "Music Sounds Better with You", "Get Together" is an anthem about the possibility of finding love on the dancefloor.

Contemporary critics appreciated the song, calling it fluid in nature and a wonderful dance track. They complimented Madonna's ability to turn cliché comments into pop slogans with the song. After its worldwide release, the song became a success on the dance charts of the United States but failed to enter the official Billboard Hot 100 chart, only peaked at six on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart. It reached the top ten in countries like Canada, the United Kingdom and Italy and topped the chart in Spain.

The accompanying music video incorporated Madonna's performance of the song at London's Koko Club, but it was animated to make it different visually. The video showed Madonna singing the song amongst graphical visuals portraying volcanoes erupting and a cityscape. Madonna performed the song on her Confessions Tour where she was accompanied by two dancers wearing horse reins around their head. In 2007, the song was nominated in the category of Best Dance Recording at the 49th Grammy Awards.

In My Mind (Heather Headley song)

"In My Mind" is a song by American recording artist Shannon Sanders from his debut studio album, Outta Nowhere (1999). The song was covered by Trinidadian recording artist Heather Headley for her second studio album of the same name (2006). It was released on September 27, 2005 as the album's lead single, peaking at number seventy-five on the Billboard Hot 100 in early April 2006, while the song's remixes by the Freemasons and Dave Hernandez topped the Hot Dance Club Play.Headley's version of the track appeared on the April 20, 2008 episode of the comedy-drama television series The Game, titled "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee".

Is It Love? (iiO song)

"Is It Love?" is the sixth single released from iiO's debut album, Poetica. It reached number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart on October 21, 2006

Jump (Madonna song)

"Jump" is a song by American singer Madonna from her tenth studio album Confessions on a Dance Floor (2005). Written by Madonna, Stuart Price and Joe Henry, the song was supposed to be released as the third single of the album. However, since "Get Together" was decided as the third single, "Jump" was released as the fourth and final single from the album, on October 31, 2006 by Warner Bros. Records. The song incorporates techno music with tributes to Pet Shop Boys. Madonna sings in her lower register in the song. Its lyrics talk about self-empowerment and sufficiency while looking for the prospects of a new relationship.

Contemporary critics complimented the song and its empowerment theme. They compared it to Madonna's 1980s music and praised the club-anthem like quality of the song. The song peaked inside the top ten of the charts of some European countries, topping the charts in Italy and Hungary. In the United States, "Jump" placed in several Billboard dance charts and became one of the most popular dance hits of the decade.

The accompanying music video was shot in Tokyo during Madonna's 2006 Confessions Tour stopover. It portrayed Madonna in a blond bob wig and a leather ensemble singing the song in front of a number of neon signs. The video also featured dancers who performed the physical discipline parkour. It was also incorporated in her Confessions Tour, where Madonna and her dancers jumped around the stage actively, while singing the song. The song was used in the movie The Devil Wears Prada (2005) and the Ugly Betty season 2 finale.

Number 1 (Goldfrapp song)

"Number 1" is an electronic–dance song performed by British group Goldfrapp. The song was written and produced by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory for the duo's third album Supernature (2005). The song features a synthesizer and bass arrangement and was written about the importance and meaningfulness that somebody shares with another, despite that it might not necessarily last.The song was released as the album's second single in October 2005 to positive reviews from music critics. It was a commercial success, reaching the top forty on the majority of the charts it entered, and topped the US dance chart. The song has been remixed a number of times and was featured in advertising campaigns for the US retail company Target.

Promiscuous (song)

"Promiscuous" is a song by Canadian singer Nelly Furtado from her third studio album Loose (2006), featuring Timbaland. The song was written by Anthony Motz, along with Tim "Timbaland" Mosley, Furtado and Nate "Danja" Hills. The song's lyrics, which were penned by Furtado and Clayton, feature a conversation between a man and woman who call each other promiscuous. The overtly-sexual song was released as the lead single from the album in North America in early 2006, and as the second single elsewhere in mid-2006 except in Latin America, where the single was released as the third single in late 2006.

The song was well received by music critics, with some critics calling it the highlight of the album. "Promiscuous" was an international success and it had become Furtado's first number-one single in the US. It was the first number one by a Canadian female artist since 1998's "I'm Your Angel" by R. Kelly and Celine Dion on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song also topped the chart in New Zealand and peaked within the top ten on many charts across Europe.

The accompanying music video was directed by Little X, and features scenes of Furtado and Timbaland, in what Furtado describes as a "verbal Ping-Pong game". Cameo appearances are made by Keri Hilson, Justin Timberlake, and Bria Myles. The song won the 'Best Pop Single of the Year' at the 2006 Billboard Music Awards and received a nomination for the 'Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals' at the 49th Grammy Awards, losing to Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder's "For Once in My Life".

SOS (Rihanna song)

"SOS" is a song by Barbadian singer Rihanna from her second studio album A Girl like Me (2006). It was written by J.R. Rotem, E. Kidd Bogart and Ed Cobb, with production was handled by Rotem, Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers. It was released on 14 February 2006, as the lead single from the album. "SOS" is a dance-pop song which samples Soft Cell's 1981 recording of "Tainted Love", a song written by Cobb in 1965. Critical reception of "SOS" was generally positive, with the majority of music critics praising the inclusion of the "Tainted Love" sample. Some critics compared "SOS" to Rihanna's debut single, "Pon de Replay" (Music of the Sun, 2005).

"SOS" became a commercial success. In the United States, it topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for three consecutive weeks, becoming Rihanna's first number one single on the chart. "SOS" peaked at number one on the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart and Mainstream Top 40 chart. "SOS" was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for shipments of over 1,000,000 copies. The song was also successful in Europe as well as Australia, where it spent eight consecutive weeks at number one.

Three music videos were shot for "SOS"; aside from the official music video, directed by Chris Applebaum, promotional campaign videos were shot for lingerie brand Agent Provocateur and Nike. "SOS" was performed live at the 2006 MTV EMA awards in Copenhagen, Denmark. "SOS" was included on the set list of the Good Girl Gone Bad Tour (2007–09) and the Last Girl on Earth (2010–11), which saw Rihanna perform a rock-tinged version of the song.

Say Somethin' (Mariah Carey song)

"Say Somethin'" is a song by American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey. It was written by Carey, Snoop Dogg, Chad Hugo, and Pharrell Williams, and produced by The Neptunes as the seventh overall single from Carey's tenth studio album, The Emancipation of Mimi (2005). The song is one of few from Carey's catalog in which she does not share production credits. "Say Somethin'" features Dogg as a guest artist, and is influenced by R&B and hip-hop music genres. Lyrically, the song is a dialogue in between and male and female, that discuss sexual themes and acts of which they plan to engage in a restroom.

The song received generally mixed reviews from music critics, many of which both praised and dismissed its production and vocals. Some reviewers felt Carey's performance was too typical for a singer of her stature, while others felt the song's complex instrumentation distracted from the artists. As the fifth international single from the album, the song performed weakly on the singles charts on which it appeared, peaking at number seventy-nine on the Billboard Hot 100. Internationally, "Say Somethin'" failed to achieve strong chart success, peaking outside the top-twenty in Australia and top-forty in Europe.

"Say Somethin'" was accompanied by a high profile and budget music video, filmed by Paul Hunter in Paris, France, and featuring appearances by Carey, Williams, Dogg and fashion designer and Vogue editor, André Leon Talley. The video features Carey and Williams as love interests being chased by several paparazzi vehicles down a populated Paris road. Other scenes feature Carey trying on several outfits in Louis Vuitton's flagship store on Champs-Élysées, as well as close-up shots of Snoop Dogg. The video concluded with the duo walking together down the Le Pont de Paris bridge, over-looking the Seine river.

Suffer Well

"Suffer Well" is a song recorded by English electronic music band Depeche Mode from their eleventh studio album, Playing the Angel (2005). It was released in the United Kingdom on 27 March 2006 as the album's third single, and their 43rd single overall.

It is the first Depeche Mode single whose lyrics are written by lead singer Dave Gahan. It is also the first Depeche Mode single that's not written by Martin Gore since "Just Can't Get Enough" in 1981 which was written by Vince Clarke and the first Depeche Mode single ever to be co-written with non-Depeche Mode members (Andrew Phillpott and Christian Eigner wrote the music).

The B-side for the single is "Better Days", a short song with an industrial-punk feel to it.

The song "Suffer Well" was nominated in the category of "Best Dance Recording" at the 2007 Grammy Awards but lost to Justin Timberlake's "SexyBack". The single version of the song adds a drum track to the song, and is shorter.

Talk (Coldplay song)

"Talk" is a song by the British rock band Coldplay. Built around a motif from Kraftwerk's 1981 song "Computer Love", it was written by all members of the band and appeared on their third album, X&Y. In the United States, the song entered at number 86 on the Billboard Hot 100 and elsewhere in the world its success varied. It peaked at number one in the Netherlands' Dutch Top 40, becoming the band's first number one single there.

The song received positive reviews, with critics noting the music's sound and memorable lyrics. Both the song and its "Thin White Duke" remix were nominated for the 2007 Grammy Awards, the latter of which won in the category of Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical.

Tracking Treasure Down

"Tracking Treasure Down" is a song recorded by dance music DJs and producers Gabriel & Dresden. Molly Bancroft collaborated with Josh Gabriel and Dave Dresden on "Tracking Treasure Down", which was a U.S. Hot Dance Club Play number-one single. She appears in other songs on their 2007 artist album Gabriel & Dresden.

There has been a variety of remixes and releases of "Tracking Treasure Down" which have been mixed by Robbie Rivera, Francis Preve, Dave Seaman and Kyau & Albert. The song has played in clubs and concerts around the world. The song also features vocals by Gabriel, Dresden, Josh Gabriel's wife Kristy, and his son Rowan.

In March 2013, Gabriel & Dresden released an update to the track titled "Tracking Treasure Down Revisited". The release also includes a remix from Dutch progressive house DJ, Dyro.

Turn It Up (Paris Hilton song)

"Turn It Up" is a song by American recording artist Paris Hilton from her self-titled debut studio album Paris (2006). The song was written by Jeff Bowden, Dorian Hardnett and Scott Storch. It reached number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart.

Unfaithful (song)

"Unfaithful" is a song by Barbadian singer Rihanna from her second studio album A Girl like Me (2006). It was written by Shaffer "Ne-Yo" Smith with the song's producers Stargate. The song was released by Def Jam Recordings on May 2, 2006, as the second single from the album. "Unfaithful" is a pop and R&B ballad and was inspired by the music of American rock band Evanescence. Originally titled "Murderer", the single speaks about a woman who regrets cheating on her partner.

"Unfaithful" received mixed to positive reviews from critics; many praised its powerful balladry, but some criticized the lyrics. The song reached the top ten on the singles charts in 19 countries, including the UK Singles Chart, on which it became Rihanna's third top-ten single. "Unfaithful" peaked at number six on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting shipments of over one million copies.

The song's accompanying music video was directed by Anthony Mandler, and premiered in May 2006. It features Rihanna in a love triangle in which she struggles to choose between her romantic interest and her lover, and regrets having cheated on the former. Since its release, "Unfaithful" has become a staple of Rihanna's live performances. In 2006, she performed it on award ceremonies such as the MOBO Awards and the World Music Awards. The song was on the set list of three of her major tours, Good Girl Gone Bad (2007–09), the Last Girl on Earth Tour (2010–11) and the Loud Tour (2011).

Unwritten (song)

"Unwritten" is a song by English singer Natasha Bedingfield for her debut studio album of the same name. It was released in 2004 as the third single from the record. The song was written by Bedingfield, Danielle Brisebois, and Wayne Rodrigues and produced by Rodrigues and Brisebois. The single was released as the album's third UK single and second US single (in September 2005). In 2006, "Unwritten" became the theme song for the reality television series The Hills. It reached number five on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her first top-ten hit in the United States.

World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)

"World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)" is a song by French music producer and DJ Bob Sinclar, featuring Steve Edwards. It was released as the second major single from Sinclar's Western Dream album, on June 6, 2006. An E-Smoove-produced remix of the song was nominated for a 2007 Grammy Award for "Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical".

The track ended 2006 as the 15th most played track in Mexico. The song is included in the film Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom, and is on the film's soundtrack. The song was also picked up by Guess for their 2010 web campaign.

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