Vevo (/ˈviːvoʊ/ VEE-voh, an abbreviation for 'video evolution')[4] is an American multinational video hosting service founded on December 8, 2009,[5] as a joint venture among three major record companies: Universal Music Group (UMG), Sony Music Entertainment (SME) and EMI.[6] In August 2016, Warner Music Group (WMG), the third-largest record company, agreed to license premium videos from its artists onto Vevo.[7]

Vevo only hosts music videos from both Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment syndicated on YouTube and its website,[8] with Google and Vevo sharing advertising and similar benefits. EMI also licensed its library of videos for Vevo shortly before its launch and its acquisition by UMG in 2012.[9][10] Originally, Warner Music Group was reported to be considering hosting its content on the service after it launched,[11] but formed an alliance with rival MTV Networks (now Viacom Media Networks).[12] In August 2015, Vevo expressed renewed interest in licensing music from WMG,[13] and its deal with WMG was completed on August 2, 2016,[7][14] making the entirety of the "big three" record companies' music eligible for licensing to Vevo.

On May 24, 2018, Vevo announced that it was shutting down its consumer website and apps.[15] Vevo currently only distributes via YouTube.

Vevo, Inc.
Vevo 2016 Logo
Type of businessJoint venture
Type of site
Online music
HeadquartersNew York City, New York, U.S.
Area served
Universal Music Group
Sony Music
Abu Dhabi Media
Alphabet Inc.
Warner Music Group
CEOAlan Price[1]
Net incomeUS$ 760 million (2013)[2]
Alexa rankIncrease 53,061 (November 2018)[3]
LaunchedDecember 8, 2009
Current statusBeing deprecated


VEVO logo (2009-2013)
Vevo's original wordmark, used from December 2009 until March 2013.
Vevo logo
Vevo's second logo, used from March 2013 until July 2016.

The concept for Vevo was described as being a streaming service for music videos (similar to the Hulu streaming service for movies and TV shows after they air),[16] with the goal being to attract more high-end advertisers.[17] The site's other revenue sources include a merchandise store[18] and referral links to purchase viewed songs on Amazon Music and iTunes.[19] UMG acquired the domain name on November 20, 2008. SME reached a deal to add its content to the site in June 2009.[20] The site went live on December 8, 2009, and that same month became the number one most visited music site in the United States,[21] overtaking MySpace Music.[22]

In June 2012, Vevo launched its Certified awards, which honors artists with at least 100 million views on Vevo and its partners (including YouTube) through special features on the Vevo website.[23]

In 2017, Vevo announced in a brief online statement the departure of Erik Huggers as the company's president and CEO and his replacement by CFO Alan Price as the interim CEO.[24][25]

In April 2018, Vevo's YouTube channel was hacked and caused the deletion of many videos including the most viewed YouTube video, “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi.[26]

On May 24, 2018, Vevo announced that it was shutting down its consumer website and apps, so that they could focus exclusively on YouTube syndication.[15]

Vevo TV

On March 15, 2013, Vevo launched Vevo TV, internet television channel running 24 hours a day, featuring blocks of music videos and specials. The channel was only available to viewers in North America and Germany, with geographical IP address blocking being used to enforce the restriction. Vevo had planned launches in other countries.[27] After revamping its website, Vevo TV later branched off into three separate networks: Hits, Flow (hip hop and R&B), and Nashville (country music).[28] Vevo shut down the service during the first half of 2016 as part of a site wide redesign.[29]

Vevo TV ran on an automated schedule, similar to video-exclusive networks run by Viacom Media Networks. Music videos would play twice within an hour and original programming, such as Top 10 Now and Vevo Lift, would air several times per day. After rebranding in 2016, Vevo TV was slowly phased out. Vevo's mobile app continued to run the channel until they were relaunched later that year.


Vevo was available in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States.[30] The website was scheduled to go worldwide in 2010,[31] but as of March 23, 2018, it was still not available outside these countries.[32] Vevo's official blog cited licensing issues for the delay in the worldwide rollout.[33] Most of Vevo's videos on YouTube are viewable by users in other countries, while others will produce the message "The uploader has not made this video available in your country."

The Vevo service in the United Kingdom and Ireland was launched on April 26, 2011.[34] On April 16, 2012, Vevo was launched in Australia and New Zealand by MCM Entertainment. On August 14, 2012, Brazil became the first Latin American country to have the service. It was expected to be launched in six more European and Latin American countries in 2012.[35] Vevo launched in Spain, Italy, and France on November 15, 2012.[36] Vevo launched in the Netherlands on April 3, 2013,[37] and on May 17, 2013, also in Poland.[38] In September 29, 2013, Vevo updated its iOS application that now includes launching in Germany.[39] On April 30, 2014, Vevo was launched in Mexico.[40]

Vevo is also available for a range of platforms including Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Windows 8, Fire OS, Google TV, Apple TV, Boxee, Roku, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4.[41]

In May 2018, Vevo announced that it would be discontinuing its in-house website and mobile apps in order to focus exclusively on YouTube syndication.[42]

Edited content

Versions of videos on Vevo with explicit content such as profanity may be edited, according to a company spokesperson, "to keep everything clean for broadcast, 'the MTV version.'"[43] This allows Vevo to make their network more friendly to advertising partners such as McDonald's.[43] Vevo has stated that it does not have specific policies or a list of words that are forbidden. Some explicit videos are provided with intact versions in addition to the edited version. There is no formal rating system in place, aside from classifying videos as explicit or non-explicit, but discussions are taking place to create a rating system that allows both users and advertisers to choose the level of profanity they are willing to accept.[43]

24-Hour Vevo Record

24-Hour Vevo Record
Vevo Record
Awarded forMost views within 24 hours of release on Vevo
Presented byVevo
First awardedJanuary 20, 2012

The 24-Hour Vevo Record, commonly referred to as the Vevo Record, is the record for the most views a music video associated with Vevo has received within 24 hours of its release. The video that currently holds this record is Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next” with 55.4 million views.[44]

In 2012, Nicki Minaj's "Stupid Hoe" became one of the first Vevo music videos to receive a significant amount of media attention upon its release day, during which it accumulated 4.8 million views. The record has consistently been kept track of by Vevo ever since. Total views of a video are counted from across all of Vevo's platforms, including YouTube, Yahoo! and other syndication partners.[45]

On April 14, 2013, Psy's "Gentleman" unofficially broke the record by reaching 38.4 million views in its first 24 hours.[46] However, this record was not acknowledged by Vevo because it was not associated with them until four days after its release to YouTube.[47] Both the YouTube and Vevo records were eventually eclipsed by Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" on August 27, 2017, which gained 43.2 million views in 24 hours.

On November 30, 2018, Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next" beat Swift's record, accumulating 55.4 million views in 24 hours.[48]

One Direction, Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, and Miley Cyrus have all broken the record twice.

Record holders

List of videos which held the record for most views in their first 24 hours online

Video name Artist(s) Views (millions) Days held Date achieved Ref(s)
"Thank U, Next" Ariana Grande 55.4 114 November 30, 2018 [49]
"Look What You Made Me Do" Taylor Swift 43.2 460 August 27, 2017 [50]
"Hello" Adele 27.7 674 October 23, 2015 [51]
"Bad Blood" Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar 20.1 158 May 17, 2015 [52]
"Anaconda" Nicki Minaj 19.6 271 August 19, 2014 [53]
"Wrecking Ball" Miley Cyrus 19.3 344 September 9, 2013 [54]
"Best Song Ever" One Direction 10.9 48 July 23, 2013 [55]
"We Can't Stop" Miley Cyrus 10.7 82 June 19, 2013 [56]
"Beauty and a Beat" Justin Bieber featuring Nicki Minaj 10.6 250 October 12, 2012 [57]
"Live While We're Young" One Direction 8.3 22 September 20, 2012 [57]
"Boyfriend" Justin Bieber 8.0 140 May 3, 2012 [57]
"Where Have You Been" Rihanna 4.9 3 April 30, 2012 [58]
"Stupid Hoe" Nicki Minaj 4.8 101 January 20, 2012 [59]
As of January 23, 2019

Vevo Certified Award

Vevo Certified Award
VEVO Certified logo
Awarded forVideos with over 100 million views on Vevo and its partners.
Presented byVevo
First awardedJune 12, 2012

Vevo Certified Award honors artists with over 100 million views on Vevo and its partners (including YouTube) through special features on the Vevo website. It was launched in June 2012.[23] The first ever artist to reach 100,000,000 views was Avril Lavigne through her "Girlfriend" music video, though the video was not on Vevo at the time.

Artists with the most Vevo Certified videos

List of artists who have at least 15 Vevo Certified music videos

Rank Artist Certified videos Ref(s)
1. Rihanna 32 [60]
2. Eminem 30 [61]
Taylor Swift [62]
4. Shakira 27 [63]
5. Beyoncé 26 [64]
Justin Bieber [65]
7. Maroon 5 25 [66]
8. Chris Brown 23 [67]
Enrique Iglesias [68]
10. Ariana Grande 22 [69]
11. Katy Perry 21 [70]
Nicki Minaj [71]
13. Maluma 20 [72]
Selena Gomez [73]
15. Britney Spears 19 [74]
16. J Balvin 18 [75]
17. Calvin Harris 17 [76]
Lady Gaga [77]
Michael Jackson [78]
One Direction [79]
Romeo Santos [80]
22. Little Mix 16 [81]
23. Jennifer Lopez 15 [82]
As of March 22, 2019

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Abraham Mateo

Abraham Mateo Chamorro (born 25 August 1998), better known as Abraham Mateo, is a Spanish singer, songwriter and actor. He is known for his soulful and dance-oriented music.Mateo was only seven when he began winning prizes on television shows and at the age of nine, he was awarded the Revelation Prize at Spain's national music contest for kids. For over three years, Mateo starred as a regular on children's TV show Menuda Noche, where he stood out for his strong vocal abilities and stage presence. Around age ten, he signed a recording contract with EMI Music Spain and released a debut self-titled album, Abraham Mateo.He returned four years later with his second album, AM, on Sony Music Spain. The album showcased Mateo's growth as a performer and found him incorporating electronic and dance elements into his sound. With the single "Señorita", he made his breakthrough in the music scene, achieving a great success in Spain and Latin America. "Señorita" stayed in the Spain's Top 50 single charts for almost a year and its music video was the most trending music video of 2013 in YouTube Spain. In 2014 Mateo released his third studio album, Who I AM, which peaked at number one in Mexico and Spain. A fourth album, Are You Ready?, followed a year later, showcasing his own songwriting skills and a more mature style. Mateo's albums have received one Platinum and three Gold certifications in Spain. In 2017, he released "Loco Enamorado", an urban pop song featuring Farruko that marks Mateo's comeback to the spotlight. "Loco Enamorado" entered Billboard charts, Spotify's Global Top 50, and has been multi-Platinum certified in US, Spain and Latin America. Recently, he released "Háblame Bajito" with 50 Cent and Austin Mahone and "Se Acabó El Amor" with Yandel and Jennifer Lopez.From 2014 onwards, Mateo has embarked on three concert tours across Spain and Latin America, delivering over 80 live shows altogether. Being so young, he sold out countless shows at major venues and arenas such as the National Auditorium in Mexico City, the Luna Park Stadium in Buenos Aires, the Caupolicán Theatre in Santiago de Chile, and the Sports Centre in Madrid. He was the opening act for the British boyband One Direction in Peru, Chile and Spain as part of their 2014's Where We Are Tour. Mateo has performed on the European Spanish soundtrack of several computer-animated movies and series including Frozen and Minions. He has appeared in small roles and cameos in TV movies and series broadcast in Spain and Portugal.He has collaborated with numerous other artists, including Farruko, Pitbull, 50 Cent, Austin Mahone, CNCO, Ha*Ash, Lali Espósito, Carlos Rivera, Río Roma, CD9, Dvicio, Alejandro Sanz and Malú. Mateo has co-written many of his own hits with notable musicians such as Damon Sharpe, Poo Bear, Lindy Robbins, Lauren Christy, Eric Sanicola, Jacobo Calderón, Descemer Bueno, Mónica Vélez, The Jackie Boyz, Mario Domm, Jörgen Elofsson, Andre Merritt, Aris Archontis, José Luis Roma, John Reid and Talay Riley.

He has received four nominations for the Premios Juventud awards, presented by the American Spanish-language television network Univisión. In 2015, Billboard named him to their "21 Under 21s Next Class" list of "music's hottest young stars", and also placed him on their Top 10 young Latin acts list Mateo is the youngest solo male artist to lead the Billboard's Latin Airplay chart.

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In April 2013, Grande made her chart debut with "The Way", which peaked at number nine on the United States chart Billboard Hot 100. Her debut studio album Yours Truly reached the top ten in many countries while debuting at number one on the US Billboard 200, and was subsequently certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The album spawned two more singles: "Baby I" and "Right There", the former peaked at number six in Japan. In December 2013, Grande released her first extended play Christmas Kisses, featuring four Christmas-themed tracks. The EP was re-released in December 2014, exclusive to Japan, with one bonus track, Grande's Christmas single "Santa Tell Me".Grande released her second studio album My Everything in August 2014. The material became her second consecutive number-one record on the Billboard 200. Its lead single "Problem" was an international hit and nearly reached the top 10 spots of every major chart, including number two in the United States and number one in the United Kingdom. The subsequent two singles, "Break Free" and "Bang Bang", also achieved international success, and both reached the top five in the United States, which made her the second lead female artist to have three top ten singles simultaneously on the Billboard Hot 100. The latter also went number one in the United Kingdom. The fourth and fifth singles from the album, "Love Me Harder" and "One Last Time", respectively peaked at number seven and number 13 in the United States, also making her the only artist to score four top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2014. All singles from My Everything have been certified platinum or more by the RIAA while the album was certified double platinum. In June 2015, Grande released her first remix album, titled The Remix, exclusively to Japan, and consisted of tracks from her first two studio albums.The singer's third studio album Dangerous Woman was released in May 2016. The record peaked at number two in the United States while topping the charts in the United Kingdom and other 12 countries. Its eponymous lead single debuted at number 10 and peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100, making her the first and only artist in the chart's history to debut in the top 10 with the lead single from each of her first three albums. Subsequent two singles, "Into You" and "Side to Side", also achieved commercial success, with both singles entering the top 20 in the United States and the United Kingdom. In February 2017, Grande and John Legend covered "Beauty and the Beast" for the 2017 live-action adaption of the same name. The theme song peaked at number 10 in Japan, and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ). "No Tears Left to Cry", the lead single from her fourth studio album Sweetener, reached number one in Australia and Norway. The fifth album Thank U, Next was released in February 2019. The lead single of the same name debuted at number one simultaneously in the United States and in the United Kingdom. Subsequent two singles, "7 Rings" and "Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" debuted at number one and number two respectively, in the United States and topped the charts in the United Kingdom.

Bea Miller

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American singer Mariah Carey has been featured in 127 music videos, 7 home videos, 14 films, and 6 television shows throughout her career.

Martina McBride discography

The discography of American country artist Martina McBride consists of thirteen studio albums, one live album, four compilation albums, two video albums, three additional albums, forty five music videos, fifty one singles, sixteen other charting songs, and forty five album appearances. In 1991, she signed a recording contract with RCA Records, launching her debut studio album The Time Has Come in 1992. In September 1993, her second studio album The Way That I Am was issued. Its lead single "My Baby Loves Me" reached number two on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, becoming her breakthrough hit. The third single "Independence Day" peaked in the top twenty and became McBride's signature song. The song's success elevated sales of The Way That I Am to platinum status from the Recording Industry Association of America. Wild Angels was released in September 1995 and reached number seventeen on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. The album's title track became McBride's first song to top the Hot Country Songs list. McBride's fourth studio album Evolution was released in August 1997 and is her best-selling album to date, certifying three times platinum in the United States. The album spawned six singles which all became major hits including, "A Broken Wing", "Wrong Again", and "Whatever You Say". After releasing a holiday album, McBride's fifth studio album Emotion was issued in September 1999. The lead single "I Love You" topped the Hot Country Songs list, while also reaching minor positions on the Adult Contemporary and Billboard Hot 100 charts.In 2001, McBride released her first Greatest Hits project, becoming her first album to top the Top Country Albums chart. All four of the album's new tracks were single releases including the number one single "Blessed". Martina (2003) certified double platinum in the United States and featured the top five singles "This One's for the Girls" and "In My Daughter's Eyes". McBride's seventh studio album entitled Timeless (2005) contained a series of classic country songs, debuting atop the country albums chart and the top ten of the Billboard 200. In 2007 McBride returned with her eighth studio record entitled Waking Up Laughing, which debuted in the top five of the Billboard country albums chart and Billboard 200. The album featured original songwriting material by McBride herself, including "Anyway", the album's lead single. After recording a live album in 2008, McBride's next studio album entitled Shine (2009) was issued. The album spawned three singles that reached the top twenty of the country songs chart. Switching to Republic Nashville, Eleven was released in October 2011. Debuting at number four on the country albums chart, the album's second single "I'm Gonna Love You Through It" became a major hit in 2012. Under the production of Don Was, McBride released her twelfth studio record Everlasting (2014) that featured covers of R&B songs. Since her debut, Martina McBride has sold over fourteen million albums, according to the Recording Industry Association of America

My Story (R. Kelly song)

"My Story" is a single by American R&B singer R. Kelly featuring 2 Chainz, written by R. Kelly who co-produced it with Nineteen85 from OVO Sound, for his twelfth solo studio album Black Panties. A snippet of the song was first heard at the BET Awards same year, then another a week after the award ceremony. The song was released on July 23, 2013 via R. Kelly's Vevo, and on iTunes a day later. The second snippet was not in the official song, but later heard on the extended version of the song. The song debuted at #89 on the hot 100 during the week of the album's release after many weeks on the bubbling under chart. No official music video will be released, but a documentary music video has been uploaded on R. Kelly's Vevo channel and a fan video was expected, but was never released.

New Hope Club

For drummer of American progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me, see Blake Richardson (drummer).New Hope Club is a British pop trio formed in 2015 and consisting of Reece Bibby, Blake Richardson and George Smith. Their debut EP, Welcome to the Club, was released on Steady Records/Hollywood Records on 2 May 2017. They had two songs included on the soundtrack of the 2018 film Early Man, "Good Day" and "Tiger Feet". They released "Crazy" and "Medicine" as promotional singles for their second EP, "Welcome to the Club Pt.2" which was released on 30 October 2018.

Philip Andelman

Philip Andelman is an American music video director and photographer. Andelman has directed music videos for many notable artists, see below. He has received nominations for his works from the MVPA, VMAs, and CMT awards including MVPA Director of the Year. His commercial work has won a Bronze Clio Award.

Sheryl Crow discography

The discography of Sheryl Crow, an American singer-songwriter, consists of 10 studio albums, three live albums, one live EP, six compilation albums, one box set, 45 singles, six promotional singles, 13 video albums, 57 music videos, 21 B-sides and 19 soundtrack contributions. She has sold over 50 million albums worldwide.After signing a contract with A&M Records and not wanting to release her own first attempt at a debut record thinking it was unmemorable, Crow finally released Tuesday Night Music Club in 1993. It remains her most successful effort to date and one of the best-selling albums of the 1990s, having sold more than ten million copies internationally by the end of the decade. Such hits as "All I Wanna Do", "Strong Enough", and "Can't Cry Anymore" garnered Crow's popularity on radio, while Tuesday Night Music Club became a Billboard 200 mainstay, rising from the debut spot at number 173 to its peak in the top five and spending exactly 100 weeks on the chart. The album also saw success in countries such as Australia and Canada and throughout Europe. In 1995, Crow won three Grammy Awards (out of five nominations), including for Best New Artist.

Her second album, Sheryl Crow, was released in 1996 and debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200, becoming Crow's second consecutive top ten album, spending over a year on the chart and ranking as the one of the most sold albums of 1996 and 1997. In less than a year, the album was certified as triple platinum. The album produced five singles: "If It Makes You Happy", "Everyday Is a Winding Road", "Hard to Make a Stand", "A Change Would Do You Good", and "Home", with the first two peaking at Nos. 10 and 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively. The self-titled record remains Crow's most critically acclaimed album to date. Crow won two Grammy Awards for this new effort in 1997 and one additional nomination in 1998. Shortly afterwards, Crow contributed to the Tomorrow Never Dies soundtrack, writing and performing the theme song for the James Bond movie. The song became Crow's fifth top-20 hit in the UK and received nominations for a Golden Globe and a Grammy.

Despite encountering difficulties in recording her third studio album, Crow released The Globe Sessions in 1998. Preceded by the top 20 hit single "My Favorite Mistake", the album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 and went on to sell more than two million copies in the United States. The Globe Sessions received five Grammy Award nominations, including for Album of the Year, but won only for Best Rock Album. The next year, Crow's rendition of the song "Sweet Child O'Mine" was included in the Big Daddy soundtrack and won a Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. In addition, Crow released her first live album, recorded at Central Park in the company of guest musicians such as Keith Richards, Stevie Nicks, and Eric Clapton. The album was not as commercially successful as its predecessors, being certified as gold only in Canada but at the same time, garnered Crow three fresh Grammy nominations, winning Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for "There Goes the Neighborhood" in 2000.

C'mon C'mon (2002), her following release, debuted at number two in the US, Canada and United Kingdom. The album became her highest debut in several countries and produced the hit single "Soak Up the Sun". The album helped Crow win an American Music Award and four Grammy Award nominations. Once again, Crow won Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, this time for the second single "Steve McQueen". In 2003, Crow released The Very Best of Sheryl Crow, her first greatest hits compilation. Propelled by the major hit single "The First Cut Is the Deepest", the album went on to sell over four million copies in the United States alone, staying inside the Billboard 200 for 80 weeks and becoming 2004's ninth best-selling album. Crow won two American Music Awards the next year in the categories Favorite Rock/Pop Female Artist and Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist.

Her fifth studio album, Wildflower (2005) debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on the Canadian Albums chart. The album was certified as platinum in less than a year and spawned the single "Always on Your Side", which became Crow's ninth Billboard Hot 100 top 40 hit. Wildflower received three Grammy nominations. In 2008, Crow released Detours, her first album in three years. Like its last two predecessors, the album debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, remaining on the chart for over 20 weeks and becoming one of the year's best-sold albums. Her seventh studio album, 100 Miles from Memphis, was released in 2010 and became her last album on A&M Records.

After signing with Warner Music Nashville, Crow announced the release of her debut album in the country music format. Her ninth studio album, entitled Feels Like Home, was released September 10, 2013. The lead-off single, "Easy", saw release exclusively to country radio and became Crow's first top 20 country airplay hit.

Stupid Hoe

"Stupid Hoe" is a song by American rapper and singer Nicki Minaj. The song was written by Minaj and Tina Dunham. It was produced by DJ Diamond Kuts and released through Cash Money Records on December 20, 2011, from Minaj's second studio album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded (2012), two weeks after the release of the album's first promotional single "Roman in Moscow".Following the release of Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, critics suggested that the track may have contained attacks directed at Lil' Kim due to many of the song's derogatory lyrics. Kim later suggested in an interview with 105's Breakfast Club that the song "Automatic" was similar to her unreleased material, also calling Minaj "obnoxious and catty".An accompanying music video for the song was shot and directed by Hype Williams. The video broke the record for the most views by a single artist within 24 hours of its release on Vevo. In the following week of the song's release, it debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 81. After the video's release, the song peaked at number 59.

Untouchable (Eminem song)

"Untouchable" is a song by American rapper Eminem, released on December 8, 2017. It is the fourth track from his ninth solo studio album Revival (2017). The song was produced by Mr. Porter, Emile Haynie, Mark Batson and Eminem. An audio video was uploaded to Eminem's Vevo channel on December 8, 2017. On February 15, 2018, a lyric video was uploaded to his Vevo channel.

What Could Have Been Love

"What Could Have Been Love" is a power ballad by American hard-rock band Aerosmith that was released on August 22, 2012. It is featured on their studio album, Music from Another Dimension! A video for the single was released on October 18, 2012 on The song premiered live on November 8, 2012 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

In November 2012, the song charted at number 7 on the Japan Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart.

Without Me (Fantasia Barrino song)

"Without Me" is a song by American recording artist Fantasia featuring Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliott. It serves as the second single from Fantasia's fourth studio album, Side Effects of You (2013). The song premiered on Fantasia's official VEVO account on April 17, 2013.

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