|Title||This is what you came for|
|Artists||Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna|
|Release||April 29, 2016
|Writers||Calvin Harris and Nils Sjöberg|
|Trivia||"This is what you came for" is a house-influenced track that topped Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart. According to Nielsen Music, the song sold more than 120,000 downloads in its first week.
Robbie Daw of Idolator  wrote "the song is pretty decent Euro-centric dance floor fodder. Its just a bit subdued." NME said the collaboration is "surprisingly soulless." "The question is really why hes wasted Rihanna on it. Anyone could sing this melody, and it wouldn'tt feel much different." 
On May 2016, Calvin Harris sparked controversy for charging men 150% more than women for his performance in vegas. The gender price discrimination has not been outlawed in Nevada (where the concert is) though.
|Release Date||June 1984|
|Trivia||"Hallelujah" is written by Leonard Cohen, originally released as the first track on his album "Various Positions" in 1984. He is said to be originally written 80 verses, and it took him two years to write the song.
Since 1991, the song has been performed by more than 300 singers, including John Cale, Rufus Wainwright, Jeff Buckley, Bon Jovi, Bono, K.D. Lang, Susan Boyle, Michael Bolton etc. In 2001, John Cale's version was used in animation film "Shrek", and Rufus Wainwright's version was included in the on the origial soundtrack album.
In an interview, Leonard Cohen explained:
"Hallelujah is a Hebrew word which means 'Glory to the Lord.' The song explains that many kinds of Hallelujahs do exist. I say: All the perfect and broken Hallelujahs have an equal value. It's a desire to affirm my faith in life, not in some formal religious way but with enthusiasm, with emotion."
|Sheet Music Download||Version 1
|Release Date||December 31, 2015
|Trivia||"Try Everything" is a song recorded by Shakira for the character called Gazelle in animation movie "Zootopia". Upon release the song was a a commercial success and positively received.
The song debuted at number 66 on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as number 22 on the Digital Songs chart with the help of 33,000 digital downloads and three million US streams after the release of its official music video.It eventually peaked at number 63 in the US. 
As well, Shakira also voiced the character Gazelle. According to E! News , she suggested to filmmakers that her character look more like her real self.
"There's a lot of aspects of her anatomy that needed to look a little more like me so that's when I suggested to them to give her a little more meat, because she was a bit too skinny. She was too fit. She needed to be curvier," the singer explained.
|Release Date||June 3, 2011
|Trivia||"Shelter" is a song by English indie pop band The xx, and re-recorded by Birdy in her self-titled debut album. Birdy's version was chosen as "Record of The Week" by UK radio DJ Fearne Cotton. It has peaked at number 50 on the UK Singles Chart. Samples of the Birdy Cover have been Used on Sheffield DJ AdamDHoyle's song "Spectrum".  As well, Her it was also featured on The Vampire Diaries episode "The End of the Affair", which aired on 29 September 2011.
|PDF Sheet Download||Version 1
|Release Date||April 28, 2008
|Trivia||"Skinny Love" was written by Justin Vernon for his folk band Bon Iver and then re-recorded by Birdy, who made it into an international hit. In 2011, "Skinny Love" sold 259,000 copies in the UK, becoming the third biggest selling rock single of that year.As of February 2012, the song had sold 320,475 copies in the UK. As well, Birdy's version of the song was serviced to U.S. contemporary hit radio on 11 February 2014. 
In an interview by Pitchfork , Justin Vernon told fans the real meaning behind the song:
"It's about that time in a relationship that I was going through; you're in a relationship because you need help, but that's not necessarily why you should be in a relationship. And that's skinny. It doesn't have weight. Skinny love doesn't have a chance because it's not nourished."
|Sheet Music Download||Version #1
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By: Joel Biffin
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