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Best Rock Album and for Album of the Year. Breathe, the fourth album by country artist Faith Hill, entered the charts at number one upon its release in late 1999. Its title track became Hill's biggest hit, topping the country and the adult contemporary singles charts; the album sold five million copies by the end of 2000 and won the Grammy Award for Best Country Album at the 43rd Grammy Awards. Born Again by The Notorious . was the second posthumous album by the.
Both the April Boys and April Boy Regino have had commercially successful careers and are household names in the Philippines. Both are known for singing easy listening and middle-of-the-road love songs, always popular in the Philippines. The April Boys' Megahits, released in 1999, collects a number of songs made popular by the group
Packaged in a jewel case with transparent tray. Title on front cover: Mega Hits 2 Title on spine: Megahits Vo. Matrix, Runout: MLCD-0543. Mould SID Code: IFPI RT-03. Other (Etching in Mould code area): ООО "RMG Company" Лицензия МПТР России ВАФ № 77-18.
1999 is the debut mixtape by American rapper Joey Badass. It was released on June 12, 2012. It features production by Chuck Strangers, Lewis Parker, Lord Finesse, MF Doom and J Dilla, among others. The mixtape also features guest appearances from members of Pro Era, a hip hop collective of which Joey Badass is a member. The mixtape is based heavily around musical samples. Music videos have been released for "Hardknock", "Survival Tactics", "FromdaTombs" and "Waves".
The Best Indie Rock Albums of 1999. Watch King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard’s Video for New Song Organ Farmer.
Viacom established the first VH1 MegaHits channel in the United States, in 2001. In 2010, when Viacom sold your participation and the licensing of MTV Brasil to Grupo Abril, the Brazilian version of MTV Hits was renominated as VH1 MegaHits. Categories: VH1. Television channels in Brazil. Defunct television networks in the United States.