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  1. On March 27, 2001 Lady Marmalade was released as part of the soundtrack as the lead single of the movie Moulin Rouge!'s soundtrack. The song was an all-girl collaboration between Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa and Pink. It also featured Missy Elliott, who co-produced the track along with Rockwilder. The song was written by Bob Crewe and Kenny Lonan and it was originally performed by Labelle, released in 1974 as the lead single of their album Nightbirds. The 2001 track also credits Kimberly Jones (Lil' Kim) as a co-writer, since it includes her rap which gives it a modern twist. The song reached #1 on the BBH100 and remained there for 5 weeks, becoming the ninth song in history to top the chart by different artists (Labelle's version also reached the #1 26 years prior). It was also the third airplay-only song to top the chart (Aaliyah's Try Again and Shaggy's Angel). It's also the longest reigning number one on the Top 40 chart for an all-female collaboration (9 consecutive weeks) and by the end of 2001 it had already sold 5.2M copies worldwide, hitting #1 in 15 other countries. A music video was directed by Paul Hunter and it was filmed in Los Angeles. It features all the singers in lingerie, in a cabaret-style set that resembles the Moulin Rouge club. It was choreographed by Tina Landon. A Making the video episode was done for MTV. The video won the MTV Video Music Award for "Best Video of the Year" and "Best Video from a Film". It also landed at #5 on the yearly Top 100 of 2001 on MTV Latin America. The song also won a Grammy in 2002 for "Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals". It was performed live at the MTV Movie Awards and at the Grammy's Related:
  2. Mya teases a "Lady Marmalade" reunion to celebrate the iconic track's 20th anniversary in 2021. "Next year’s the 20th anniversary so I hope we have a reunion together. I’m sure we’ll get together and do something and I’m hoping it’ll be on stage or television, that’d be amazing," she tells Metro. "I’m not sure how that would work to get four, well five because Missy Elliott was involved as well, that’s a lot of budget and we’re in different times and so are the labels." She also reflected on the creation process: "I remember the first time cutting my background vocals and we were all recording in the same exact studio. ‘All the ladies recorded their background vocals there and then we did our solo parts separately on different days – and different states, I’m sure. ‘After that process was complete we headed to the rehearsal studio to begin the filming of the video for Tia Landon, one of Janet Jackson’s big choreographers. We received a Grammy which was awesome and that was kind of it! We did the song one more time after that at Wango Tango California and ran into each other on tours etc." Exhale, are we here for a reunion? Or is it too cheesy? Sound off.
  3. Just like in the year 2000. Mýa gave us a futuristic ex dissing anthem. Case of the ex (whatcha gonna do). Giving us gays the first I regret him. My girls were right all along. What was I thinking. Fast forward to 2013. An EDM track that can be seen as no she is not looking at my man. Who is this ho?. Somebody come get this..... before there's trouble and I'm in jail for beating up her for sizing my man. I think it's time. To basically revoke ur cards for basically ignoring this club anthem. As usual. Half of you don't listen to underground music..
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