Sugar is a song by German DJ and record producer Robin Schulz. It features the vocals from Canadian singer Francesco Yates. It has same name with Marron 5’s song Sugar. The melody of this song is very cool, I’ve listend to it for like 1000000 times but it won’t get lame at all. The song was released in Germany on 17 July 2015, and samples Baby Bash‘s 2003 single “Suga Suga“The music video for this song was released onto Youtube on 24 July 2015. The music video is quite interesting too. The singer Yates is seen in the video along with a rogue police officer who gyrates and grooves to the tune of the song while driving, played by comedian Nathan Barnatt. Schulz also appears on a billboard for a concert. In the end, references are made to the music video of Baby Bash’s Suga Suga when the police officer dresses in the clothes that match those of Baby Bash in that video: a green T-shirt over a white T-shirt, baggy jeans, a chain and a white beanie. At the end of the video, his car meets an accident and tumbles upside down, albeit still leaving the officer dancing as additional police cars arrive at the scene.
Issue is a debut single by American singer and songwriter Julia Michaels. it was release on 13th of January 2017. I first heard this song on i tune new song of the week then I just fell into it. The song is about girls love and jealousy. Lyrics are very lovely and this is the part that i like:
‘Cause I got issues
But you got ’em too
So give ’em all to me
And I’ll give mine to you
Bask in the glory
Of all our problems
‘Cause we got the kind of love
It takes to solve ’em
Yeah, I got issues
And one of them is how bad I need you
(It shows how much she love the man)
This song was successful in Europe, reaching the top 10 in Belgium, Norway, and the Czech Republic and the top 20 in six other countries. Despite not having been released to contemporary hit radio in the United Kingdom, it reached position 28 there.In Australia, the song climbed up the ARIA Singles Chart for five weeks before reaching number 5. It was eventually certified Gold there, having sold more than 35,000 copies in the country. It also reached number 11 in New Zealand. In the United States, “Issues” peaked at number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100.