Let's Get It Started is the second studio album by hip hop emcee . The album went double platinum with "Pump It Up", "Let's Get It Started", "Turn This Mutha Out" and "They Put Me in the Mix" as the most popular tracks from this album. Music videos were also produced for all of these songs. The album topped the R&B charts and peaked at on the Billboard 200. It was on the US R&B charts.
Let's Get It Started" is a song by American group The Black Eyed Peas, released as a single on June 22, 2004. The track was the fourth single released from the band's 2003 album Elephunk and is a re-worked version of the album's third track "Let's Get Retarded". This version was included as a bonus track on the 2004 re-issue of the album.
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Album(s): Let's Get Started. Writer(s): Levi Seacer, Jr. and Prince (as Paisley Park). Producer(s): Prince (as Paisley Park).
Prince had allegedly been added to Rick James’ tour to bolster the headliner’s waning draw. It was a rough period for Rick," Prince’s guitarist Dez Dickerson told biographer Dave Hill. Prince responded to the pressure and tedium of the James tour by working on what would become his third album, Dirty Mind. In the BBC documentary Hunting For Prince's Vault, keyboardist Matt Dr. Fink said that Prince wrote When You Were Mine on the balcony of a Florida hotel room, declining to join the rest of the band on a day trip to Walt Disney World.
What if Prince had truly made an entire Afropop-inspired album?) But the spiritual ideas, a jumble of his new Jehovah’s Witness beliefs and Afrocentric mysticism, dragged the music down. It only got worse from there. Phase Two, which would become the last music he’d release in his lifetime, leads off with the timely protest song Baltimore ( Does anybody hear us pray for/ Michael Brown or Freddie Gray? ) but soon loses its way.
Prince had a no-holds-barred approach to fashion. Each album came with a different look, from the amped up New Romanticism of Purple Rain to the peach and black of Sign o’ the Times and an open trench, high-cut underpants and over-the-knee black stockings for Dirty Mind. Fashion appreciated the commitment. Dirty Mind was the moment that white America started to take notice of Prince, as he crossed the rubicon from the R&B world into the pop sphere. He also worked on the Batman soundtrack in 1989, supposedly to get closer to star Kim Basinger. He was experimenting with film before Purple Rain, it emerged recently.
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