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U2's "Invisible," Afrojack's "Ten Feet Tall," And Ludacris' "Party Girls"

Asst. Arts & Review Editor

Published: Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Updated: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 21:02

U2, "Invisible"

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U2 teamed up with Bank of America and (RED) for its new single “Invisible,” which was premiered during the Super Bowl and raised over $3 million for the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. The song keeps honest to the Irish rock band’s style, allowing the vocals and meaningful lyrics to truly resonate.

Afrojack feat. Wrabel, "Ten Feet Tall"

Dutch DJ Afrojack may be taking notes from Avicii with “Ten Feet Tall.” Just as Aloe Blacc’s soulful acoustic vibe is present throughout “Wake Me Up,” Wrabel’s raw voice shines on Afrojack’s latest, with a hint of piano backing it up. While nothing strongly distinguishes this track from Afrojack’s other work, it’s a harmless addition to any party playlist.

Ludacris feat. Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih & Cashmere Cat, "Party Girls"

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If you thought the “Barbie Girl” theme has been exhausted to capacity, think again. Ludacris’ “Party Girls” features Jeremih shamelessly crooning about the party girls that he needs in his party world, and his incessant line “I don’t say sh—t and they be getting naked” is enough to make anyone run away before childhood images of Barbie dolls are tainted for good.

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