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1. Lindsey   Stirling   -   Crystallize: 

 

- "Crystallize" is a song by American dubstep-violinist Lindsey Stirling from her self-titled studio album, "Lindsey Stirling"

 

- The video proved to be a success, with more than 42 million views at the end of the year, and was the eighth-most watched video of 2012, becoming Stirling's album's lead single due to its success

 

- The music video was filmed at the ice castles of Silverthorne, Colorado. It was co-directed by Lindsey Stirling herself and Devin Graham, with Graham as the videographer 

 

- Since "Crystallize" was released, Lindsey's popularity has increased considerably and it is Lindsey's most-watched video of her YouTube channel with over 100 million views

 

-  The album was a success worldwide, especially in the United States; in the chart of Classical Digital Songs it held the number one spot for 39 non-consecutive weeks and, until March 8, 2014, it had been in the charts for 75 weeks. Crystallize was also a moderate hit in Europe as it entered the Top 40 category in four European countries: Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Bulgaria.


 

2. Lykke   Li   -   I   Follow   Rivers:

 

- "I Follow Rivers" is a song by Swedish recording artist Lykke Li from her second studio album, "Wounded Rhymes" (2011)

 

- Produced by Björn Yttling of Peter Bjorn and John, it was released on 21 January 2011 as the album's second single

 

- Belgian DJ/Producer The Magician remixed/reworked "I Follow Rivers" in 2011, peaking at number one in Belgium, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Poland and Romania, as well

 

- The music video, directed by Tarik Saleh and filmed on the Swedish island of Gotland, features Li in a black robe and veil chasing a man (Swedish-Lebanese actor Fares Fares) through a snowy landscape

 

- The song appeared in the third episode of the ninth season of CSI: NY, 2,918 Miles, when Linsay and Sheldon process the evidence.


 

3. Blue   –   Breathe   Easy: 

 

- "Breathe Easy" is a song written by Lars Halvor Jensen, Martin Michael Larsson and Lee Ryan and released by the British boyband Blue, being included on their third studio album, "Guilty"

 

- The video was shot in Prague, in many locations including the main station and the Hlubočepy viaduct

 

- The Top 5 hit single “Breathe Easy” was released in March 2004, a beautiful, haunting ballad

 

- “Breathe Easy” also proved to be another big international hit single. The track has so far reached Top 10 in many territories

 

- An Italian version of the song, entitled "A Chi Mi Dice", was released as a single in Italy, the lyric was written by Tiziano Ferro. 


 

4. Disney's   Frozen   –   Let   It   Go: 

 

- "Let It Go" is a song from Disney's 2013 animated feature film Frozen, whose music and lyrics were composed by husband-and-wife songwriting team Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez

 

- The song was performed in its original show-tune version in the film by American actress and singer Idina Menzel in her vocal role as Queen Elsa

 

- The music video was released on November 1, 2013 and was directed by Declan Whitebloom

 

- Anderson-Lopez and Lopez also composed a simplified pop version (with shorter lyrics and background chorus) which was performed by actress and recording artist Demi Lovato over the start of the film's closing credits

 

- A music video was separately released for the pop version. 


 

5. J   Lo   feat.  LL   Cool   J   –   All   I   Have:

 

- "All I Have" is a song recorded by Jennifer Lopez, featuring American rapper LL Cool J, and released in December 2002 as the second single from Lopez's third studio album, "This Is Me... Then" (2002)

 

- The song is a midtempo R&B and hip-hop ballad, about moving on after a breakup. It received favorable reviews from music critics who applauded the chemistry between Lopez and LL Cool J

 

- The music video for the single, directed by Dave Meyers, was shot in New York City in November 2002 and released on January 6, 2003, being shot right before Thanksgiving, but did not premiere on television until after Christmas 

 

- According to a synopsis provided by Meyers' production company: "They keep seeing visions of each other, and you get the feeling that they are still very much in love, yet they don't get back together because they feel that this is the best thing for them. It will have a very happy winter wonderland-type feel, but a sad vibe."

 

-  "All I Have" samples "Very Special" by Debra Laws's, who later filed a lawsuit in 2003 against Sony Music Entertainment for "misappropriating her voice" in the song and her name in the credits.






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