Courtship dating sample 50 cent

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It peaked at number two, becoming 50 Cent's highest charting single in Britain, beating out "In Da Club", which peaked at number three in March 2003.In New Zealand, the song debuted at number eight on the New Zealand Singles Chart, jumping to number one the following week where it stayed for three consecutive weeks.Justin Timberlake's appearance is similar to that of his role in his music video "Sexy Back".In the United States, "Ayo Technology" became 50 Cent's second highest debut on the Billboard Hot 100, entering at #22.Rockabilly band The Baseballs include "Ayo Technology" as part of a medley including covers of "Poker Face" and "Jungle Drum" whilst on tour.British duo Jaqobi also recorded their own version of the song for their 2010 EP Two Brothers, A Guitar & A Bar.Rob Sheffield from Rolling Stone gave the song a mixed review: "The I-need-love pop tunes are not getting any better, even with Timbaland and Justin Timberlake in the stripper ditty 'Ayo Technology.'" Pitchfork also gave a mixed review: "The album's only concession to modern pop trends— the Timbaland-produced, Timberlake-hooked "Ayo Technology"—flies off the rails as 50, ripped from his comfort zone, falls behind the gurgling, video-game-blipping beat.

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It was first titled "Ayo Pornography" when it first leaked in May 2007, then "Ayo Technology" in June, and then "She Wants It" by July.The song, featuring Justin Timberlake and vocals from Timbaland, who also produced the song, is about a man who is tired of using technology, and peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100.Internationally, the song peaked within the top ten of the charts in many countries, including Australia, Denmark and the United Kingdom.The singer of a plaintive hit song from the 1950s croons ‘Each night I ask the stars up above, Why must I be a teenager in love? In modern pop songs, young people still sing about their crushes, unrequited loves and romantic break-ups; about feeling awkward, unsure, in despair, overwhelmed, joyous and inspired, although these days the sexual imagery is much more obvious. ’, as he bemoans the ups and downs of his romance, one minute on top of the world, next minute in the deepest slough of despondency. And it can appear that the tender feelings of first love are at odds with today’s world of ‘out there’ sexuality.

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