The song gets in your head with its refreshing blend of Cantonese singing, dialogue in northeastern dialect, and Mandarin rap. I felt really out of touch, and checked out the song as soon as I got home. I listened to it once — and was hooked. I wanted to hear it again and again.
Okay, moment of truth. Do you have a sex playlist? Whether you've got multiple musical collections, each specific to the positions presented in the Kama Sutra , or the thought of grinding to the beat of bedroom pop makes you blush, there is no denying that seven and a half minutes of Justin Timberlake setting the mood with his smooth falsetto is just what the love doctor ordered. So, without further ado, here, the best songs to, err, have sex to. No need to rush things. Listen Now. Wait, did Donna just…? No need to bother with candles or edibles of the aphrodisiac nature, just let boy band comrade-gone-solo serenader Justin Timberlake take care of the ambiance. You know, to cool you off.
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As global temperatures have climbed, so have mentions of climate change in popular songs. Here are 10 that led the way. At its best, music can act as a kind of auditory restorative, lifting us up when we're down. It can help hold us together, both as individuals and collectively, when a trauma sends ripples across society. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the music of bounce artist 5th Ward Webbie crystallized the feeling, common among many New Orleanians, that their government had abandoned them. Yet in recent decades, even as climate change caused temperatures to soar and triggered lethal hurricanes, catastrophic fires and cataclysmic floods across the United States and its territories, a keen ear could hear the theme of global warming starting to swell, from country to rap, rock to pop. And like climate change, those references are accelerating. Two-thirds came in the last decade, which was also the hottest decade on record, with 26 of the songs released last year.