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  2. Disney Music Group - Wikipedia

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    Disney Music Group (DMG) is the music recording arm of Disney Platform Distribution, a division of The Walt Disney Company.It is located at the studio's headquarters in Burbank, California.

  3. My Homies - Wikipedia

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    My Homies is the fifth studio album by the American rapper Scarface. The album was released March 3, 1998, by Rap-A-Lot Records and Virgin Records . The album features production by Mike Dean , Mr. Lee, N.O. Joe , Scarface and Tone Capone.

  4. One Direction discography - Wikipedia

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    The album was preceded by its lead single "Best Song Ever" and its critically acclaimed second single "Story of My Life". The album was a commercial success, debuting at number one on the UK Albums Chart and the Billboard 200, making One Direction the first band in history to have their first three albums all debut atop the Billboard 200.

  5. Lupe Fiasco discography - Wikipedia

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    Euro P, DMG N/A "Girlfriend" Chris Brown: Graffiti "Official Dope Boyz" DJ Greg Street, Wale, Kardinal Offishall: Sertified Worldwide "Past My Shades" 2010 B.o.B: B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray "Bad Don't Seem So Wrong" Trae tha Truth: Can't Ban Tha Truth "Oh Yeah" Diggy Simmons, Pharrell: Airborne "Just the Way You Are" (Remix ...

  6. Foster and Allen - Wikipedia

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    Foster and Allen celebrated their 30th Anniversary together in the music industry with the release of their album, Foster and Allen Sing the No. 1's, which was a Top 30 hit in the UK Albums Chart during Christmas 2005. Their "World Concert Tour – 2005/2006" took them to the United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa, Ireland, US and Australia.

  7. Year 3000 - Wikipedia

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    "Year 3000" was the group's first single to chart and their first Top 40 hit. The song eventually peaked at #31 and sold 1,050,000 copies in the US. [27] The group's cover was the first single they released under Hollywood Records , and it was the only song Hollywood received distribution rights to after the group was dropped from Columbia .

  8. Never Forget (Take That song) - Wikipedia

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    However, "Never Forget" still managed to chart in the lower sections of its singles chart. Critical reception [ edit ] James Masterton wrote in his weekly UK chart commentary in Dotmusic , that "what has transformed a rather weedy-sounding album track into a bombastic masterpiece is the credit on the sleeve which indicates the remixing presence ...

  9. Jane McDonald - Wikipedia

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    Jane Anne McDonald (born 4 April 1963) is an English singer, songwriter and television presenter.Born and raised in Wakefield, McDonald spent much of her early career performing in local clubs and pubs before landing work as a singer on cruise ships.