K pop song. It's catchy, something to snap your fingers to. I don't snap my fingers though. I'm actually more familiar with the Japanese lyric version because it's part of an album but this one is more popular?
A duel arrangement between Jack & Elmo and Mariya Takeuchi, which arranges the song 'Sing' from Sesame Street in the style of the City Pop genre. Once again, it's a nice song to listen, both with how it sounds and the message it sends.
Also, if you haven't the gotten the hint yet, listen to the SiIvaGunner: King for Another Day soundtrack. There's a lot of great songs in there, and I wish more people would listen to them.
Yes, I heard of this through Kill Bill's official soundtrack, but I didn't realize there's an even longer, uncut version of the song (the Kill Bill version is 10 minutes long, this one is 16), so that's a great find.
A nice, smooth, airy fusion jazz piece with a great sax solo and smooth keyboard riffs. Also has Ferguson's high-pitched trumpet playing. I'm modding this song into Smash Ultimate in Rainbow Cruise, you can now patch in songs of greater length than the original, making it quite the boon for the music modders!
Girl groups are fun to listen to, they're pretty much female hip-hop with similar flow and use of rapping techniques to achieve the melody. Destiny's Child is one of the most well-known of them alongside the Spice Girls, even having their own song, Survivor, in Elite Beat Agents (that's how I even found about them in the first place). I enjoy this song from them, it's also pretty famous among their other songs, but I like it all the time.