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popular song

noun as in pop music

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Before he became one of Nigeria’s hottest new music stars, Joeboy was an aspiring singer posting covers of popular songs onto his Instagram account.

From Quartz

The service draws people in with breathing exercises based on popular songs and keeps users engaged by offering a more communal experience than most meditation apps.

On Wednesday, Lopez seemed to take in the magnitude of the moment as she sang out the familiar line from one of her most popular songs.

Already one of the most popular songs of all time, and the source of more than $60 million in royalties for Carey, the song appears to be more popular than ever in 2020.

From Quartz

His May 15 video showing him dancing to a popular song filmed by Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan received 6 million views.

From Ozy

The most popular song of the year was “Happy Days Are Here Again!”

This “Popular Song” music video is The Addams Family meets… Wicked.

Italians gave the world grand opera, and in Sinatra, Italian culture gave the world the foremost craftsman of popular song.

Softly Amy began to hum a popular song, but Mollie interrupted her impatiently.

"My Maryland" was then the popular song of the South, sung in camp, on the march, and in parlors and concert-halls.

It was half-past eleven, when Kitty came home humming the chorus of a popular song.

Jerrys imitation of a phonograph rendering a popular song of her own impromptu composition ended suddenly.

Popular song of fourteen years ago just reached our nearest neighbour in the Solar System.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to popular song, such as: pop, and light music.

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