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3 Best Songs To Make Love To

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With society’s ever-changing fads, trends, and fashions, one thing remains constant: love. The options for your perfect soundtrack are endless. Whether you’re lighting candles to set the mood, cuddling up for warmth, or ready to make some babies, there’s only one thing left to do: put on the most romantic playlist known to mankind. The slow jams are inevitable, but sometimes, you just want to kick things up a notch.

Let’s Get It On By Marvin Gaye

C’mon, who doesn’t get turn on by this song. The song is a classic song for those who want to make babies. Excuse my language, making love. The song remains the sexiest song ever. Even Gen-Z will agree with me. Especially after Charlie Puth made a special song dedicated for this song.

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Marvin Gaye By Charlie Puth And Meghan Trainor

We were just talking about how Let’s Get It On is the sexiest song ever. Now, there is the newest “version” of the song. The Marvin Gaye by Charlie Puth and Meghan Trainor. If you never heard the song, you might have been living under the rock these all times. Not only the song is referencing to the sexiest song ever, but it also refers to Kama Sutra. Wham! Now we are talking.

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Versace On The Floor By Bruno Mars

Leave it to Bruno Mars to make a song about sex to sound very romantic. It does not referencing to good time at all until Bruno Mars tells the girl to take off the dress. Yup, you heard it right, Versace On The Floor refers to the dress the girl was wearing that is now lies on the floor. Don’t let the jazzy music and Bruno Mars’ soothing voice to fool you. He still wants you to take the dress off.

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Must Have Songs In Your Running Playlist

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Whether you are a beginner or a pro, running is always challenging as you have to race against your own body, competing against your own time and endurance. A killer playlist, however, will help you get through the extra mile you needed. You need high-energy songs to get you started. Next is hardcore, bass heavy bops to keep you in rhythm. Move on is angry songs for the difficult times, then all times favorites as you are cooling down. Here are 5 songs you can put into your playlist.

Party For One by Carly Rae Jepsen

This song is a good song to start your running routine. As you nodded along Carly Rae , you can start your stretches and get your mood into running mode.

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Girls Like You by Maroon 5

Another great song to start your running mood. Other than being a great song to stretch you up, this song is also a good song to get with your inner goddess and feel like a badass.

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Stronger by Kelly Clarkson

As you got into the middle section of your running course, you will need a great song, heavy with bass as this one. As the course is getting more and more difficult, Kelly Clarkson will remind you that what doesn’t kill you make you stronger and force you to get on.

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Look What You Made Me Do by Taylor Swift

Now, this comes the angry song. A song to channel how pissed you are that your body constantly needs to exercise. Look what you made me do, my body. But as you are getting to the end of the song, the closer you are to the finish line.

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Hair by Little Mix

Who doesn’t love this song, seriously? Now, after the hard work is done. You are rewarded to cooling down with the world’s favorite song.

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5 Best Songs For A Workout Session

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In a world with millions of perfectly reasonable excuses to ditch the gym, there is one guaranteed way to stay motivated: a bomb ass workout playlist. Next time you catch yourself thinking it’s okay to miss a sweat sesh because you forgot to bring a hair elastic, throw on any of these songs to get your booty moving.

Power By Little Mix And Stromzy

If you’re looking for a girl power anthem that will make you feel like an absolute machine at the gym, look no further. Power is the ideal song to listen to in the last leg of your workout. When you need a little extra oomph to get through it.

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Bootylicious By Destiny’s Child

This is the ULTIMATE workout song. Destiny’s Child created all of the body anthems we grew up on, and we are forever indebted. How are you supposed to reach bootylicious status without this vibe?

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Solo By Clean Bandit And Demi Lovato

A breakup song that is also a perfect power gym bop? Say no more! We are here ready to kick any ass (an ex-boyfriend’s would be better). Just saying.

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Taki Taki by DJ Snake, Cardi B, Selena Gomez, And Ozuna

Picture this: It’s your first time back at the gym in weeks (months? I’m not judgin’), and you’re contemplating leaving early. Suddenly, you hear Cardi B growl “but I’m a boss bitch,” and your fatigue is CURED.

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The Light is Coming by Ariana Grande And Nicki Minaj

If Side to Side by Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj has been your stationary bike staple since 2016, you’re definitely going to want to throw The Light is Coming into the mix. This song will prob inspire you to get a ponytail extension and whip it around while you’re working the pedals.

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The Ultimate Action Movies in 2018 So Far

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The cinema loves everything exploding, people stabbed on each other, and people apparently running away from things. Despite the range of fiery, computer-generated explosions on display at your local multiplex, this is a peculiar historical moment for the action movie genre. Hopefully, the list below will make the task of keeping up with what’s new (and good!) manageable.

Venom

Tom Hardy is a magician. Playing both Eddie Brock, a San Francisco-based activist-journalist who works for a VICE-like outlet, and the titular Venom, a (very hungry) Symbiote creature with a giant tongue, Hardy infects every scene with Brando-ey tics and Looney Tunes physical comedy. 

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Beirut

The script for the 1980s-set Beirut, which follows a former US diplomat (Hamm) as he gets pulled back to Lebanon by shady intelligence officials to handle a tense hostage situation, was actually written in the early ’90s and sat on the shelf for ages. The film’s politics are often glib and reductive. But, if you like spycraft stories in the vein of John le Carré’s work, this is a briskly paced, occasionally clever thriller featuring a winning performance from Hamm.

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The Commuter

A mystery that begins with Farmiga’s chatty passenger Joanna presenting Neeson’s haggard ex-cop, Michael MacCauley with a bizarre hypothetical: If you could perform a seemingly insignificant task that would have disastrous consequences for another commuter in exchange for a generous financial reward, would you do it?

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Mission Impossible: Fallout

The movie might not be the best entry in super spy movies genre. But, it has a keen sense of history, a wry sense of humor, and a handful of breath-taking set pieces. McQuarrie, the first director to return for a second M:I adventure after handling 2015’s Rogue Nation, is a skilled action craftsman, and, despite a 147 minute runtime, Fallout never loses momentum. It sends you hurtling out of the theater in search of similar highs.

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Mandy

Mandy features Nicolas Cage doing the following things: guzzling booze straight from the bottle, snorting coke off a shard of broken glass, and lighting a cigarette with a flaming severed head. Cosmatos casts Cage as Red, a lumberjack living in the Pacific Northwest circa 1983. When his beloved wife Mandy (Riseborough) is murdered by a Manson-like cult and some mutant bikers, Red sets off on a path to revenge.

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