Album: Picture This Song Upbeat vocal pop, indie rock, light r&b, ballads, PG-rated rap
Jay Harper's positive, upbeat themed lyrics plus some reflective and dreamy ballads. Great for scoring, source, spots, highlights, sports, promos. Note: All songs include bg. versions without vocals.
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|00:30||Up, Up||4||Boy-girl vocal. Joyous optimism. Easy pop/R&B w/bright metaphors and slyly clever rapping bridge and outro||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||Euphoria||4||Male Vocal. Uptempo indie pop-rock. Light then builds to driving chorus. Can't kick this habit - you.||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||Hotter Than Lava||4||Male/female rap trio vocals. Electro/urban new school. Deep guy chorus alternates with sexy PG popping rapped banter||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||Smile||4||Female vocal. Electropop - folk-EDM. Youthful, “feel good” hook. Smile like someone's there with you.||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||40 Carat Diamond||4||Male vocal. Moody alt/folk ballad with gentle build. Poetic lyrics about light and feeling alive||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||Check The Scoreboard||4||Male vocal. Slow urban dramatic. Beat,strings,synths, piano. No surrender: “I'm always on top” sports message/metaphor||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||Wherever I Be||4||Group sing-along M/F vocals. Organic alt/folk. Happy, endearing, clever - about friendship through thick and thin||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||In Flames||4||Male/Female vocals. Alt-pop, unsettling, moody, poignant, evocative ballad; "We'l all go down in flames"||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||New Tricks||4||Male vocal. Pop/reggae. Bouncy, fun. New girl's a red zone case - where's Cesar Millan?||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||Call My Name||4||Female vocal. Indie alt-pop. Lonely piano and ambient tension explode into dramatic plea over pulsing drums||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||It's Not So Easy||4||Male vocal. Bluesy/electro mash-up. Tremolo guitars meet heavy 4-on-the-floor. Powerful attitude hook "you don't get to have me"||Jay Harper/ASCAP|
|00:30||Some Things Are||4||Male vocal. Moody slow atmospheric pop. Lush evocative lyrics about things better left unsaid||Jay Harper/ASCAP|