You just cannot not like this song.

The video! There's an alternate video- a video of a wolf and an army man. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ncIVUXZla8. Its brilliant :)

The original song wasnt an edm. Aloe Blacc, and that's when I heard a couple other of his songs. He's a brilliant artist! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_o6axAseak Do read up more about Aloe!

Yes, this song is super popular. And everyone's heard it. But I think we can all give it one more listen! :D

I'm in love with this song. I used to dislike edm initially, and this was one of the first edm's I started with. The song reminds me of a really close friend from freshman year.

Another one of those 1 hour loop songs. Play. Forget.

Electric guitar. This version, at Victoria's secret. Listen :)

One of my favorites. And there isnt any version better than the original.

Beyonce is just amazing in this. This was the only song in my phone while traveling to Dharamshala via bus from Delhi. 10 hours, one song.

These people are going places! This guy sings with such emotion. Listen to the live video here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9aALg-ZNeQ The second half of the song, post 2:15. The pain with which he sings the song! I fell in love with them then.

Oh, Ophelia. I wrote a whole blogpost on this. Ophelia, the name has a much more significant meaning to it. Go ahead and read :) bhardwajrish.blogspot.com

My all time favorite. I really wanted to learn to skateboard after this song. I started inline skating instead.

You know what? I still can't figure out why there isnt a social connect for music.


Like LinkedIn connects professionals, and Facebook connects friends, there should be a SongStory connecting people with similar tastes in Music.


I can almost imagine where the startup would be placed in Silicon Valley's theme song. [Silicon Valley reference!]