I like music. Here is some of my favorite. DANCE: 1980s Bomb the Bass, 1990s 2 Unlimited, 2000s Cascada RAP: 1990s De La Soul, 2000s N-Dubz ROCK: 1980s Bon Jovi, 1990s Oasis, 2000s Embrace. I also have lots more favorites as well.
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I've put down songs from 5 different genres that I'm unsure the names of but please note the lyrics won't be 100% accurate with the actual song so how many can you identify?
1. Hip Hop: Bena Bens and Benny, Bena Bens and Benny, my jeans are never heavy
2. Classic Hip Hop: I'm doin it, doin it, doin it now. From around 1996.
3. Modern Hit Music: Nothings really good if I can't have you. I'm in Toronto and I am on my way.
4. Retro 80s: In the Wild, Wild West, the Wild, Wild West song.
5. Country: She thinks my tractor's sexy song from around 1999.
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORMYFBsOvvALyrics12 months ago
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