As the NFL continues to grapple with the fallout from the mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub, its best-known artists are making sure their songs stay relevant.
Here are our picks for the week’s top songs.
David Bowie – Good Morning Song (Bowie’s Band, 1997) “Good Morning Song” is the song Bowie performed during his halftime show during the 1997 NFL Championship Game.
The song is an all-time classic in Bowie’s catalog, and it’s still a popular anthem among his fans.
The band has played the song in concert for years, including at the 2014 Super Bowl, where the Eagles played it on the big screen.
Dennis Rodman – Dennis Rodman’s Message (Rodman, 2014) Rodman’s “Dennis Rodrigues Message” is a classic ballad by the rock singer-songwriter.
The lyrics are about his relationship with his ex-wife, and the song was written specifically for him during the 2016 NBA Finals.
“Dakota,” which Rodman sang in a video released after the NBA Finals, is a favorite of many people who want to celebrate Rodman and his wife’s success.
Elton John – Elton John’s Song (John, 2015) The “Let It Go” and “I Want It All” singles from Elton’s 2015 album, Elton and the Great Comet of 1812, have been released as well.
They were both released as singles, but John was given a special spot on the album cover, which he also used to promote the album.
Kanye West – The Life of Pablo (West, 2015), “Wolves” (Kanye, 2015-2016) In the days following the deadly attack at a Las Vegas nightclub, West’s “The Life of Picasso” was released as a single.
West’s verse on the song, which was written by Kanye, is the first verse from the album that didn’t include a lyric of praise for the shooter.
Lil Wayne – Lil Wayne’s Song for a New Day (Wiley, 2015): “Lil Yo Mama, Lil Wayne, Lil’ Wayne, I got a song for a new day” source Politico article Lil Wayne has always had a unique voice, but his song “Lloyd, Lil Lil’ Diggs” is one of the most popular songs on his album.
The video was shot with a Canon 6D camera, which is a very common method for capturing the sound of a crowd.
The crowd noise on the video is so loud that the camera is able to capture the sound and video of the crowd.
Rihanna – “Hotline Bling” (Rih, 2017) Rihanna’s “Hoteline Bling,” which she sang on the Billboard Hot 100, is also one of her most popular albums.
The “Hotel California” song is a hit on the Hot 100 chart, and Rih’s vocals have been a constant throughout her career.
Rih’s voice has also been a favorite for a variety of celebrities and musicians, including Katy Perry, Selena Gomez, and Justin Bieber.
Ariana Grande – “You Should Be Happy” (Grande, 2017): “I’m so happy for you, I can’t believe I’m happy for me, I’m so glad for you” source NBC News article Grande is a pop star with a huge following.
She has had a massive career in the music industry and has had the biggest year of her career, with more than 30 million views of her music videos.
Grande’s lyrics are often about being happy, and she’s known for her positivity.
“You should be happy,” Grande said on the show “The View.”
“I’ve got a lot of people I’m with that are on my side, and I don’t feel bad about it, because I’m not looking at the bottom line or anything like that.
But it’s not the bottom-line.”
Katy Perry – “Roar” (Perry, 2017-2018): “My voice is so sweet, I just wanna be on the radio and be the star, and just have that big smile on my face and all that type of thing.
I’m a star, you know?
It’s so easy to be a star when you have all the money and all the power.
And so when I get on TV, I don�t have to worry about how to do my job and everything else, you have my back, you just say, �Katy, you should be proud.
You should be feeling good.
You are so beautiful.
You have my support.’
It makes me feel better when I hear that.
So I feel so blessed to be able to say that.”