Any music suggestions for my ipod?

I got a $25 itunes card for a christmas. I don't know what to get, I like raggae, r&b, & hiphop, old school and new stuff.

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Can I have Artist names with their song titles, please. Thank you

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    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    All Nite (Don't Stop) ~ Janet Jackson

    We Fly High ~ Jim Jones

    Irreplaceable ~ Beyonce

    Pon de Replay ~ Rihanna

    Switch rmx ~ Will Smith feat Elephant Man

    Stamina ~ Beenie Man

    All Out ~ Sean Paul

    StripTease~ Lady Saw

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Well you can divide the $25 into 5 and get 5 raeggae songs, 5 r&b, 5 hiphop, 5 old school and 5 new stuff (assuming each song is $.99 cents...

    Good for you you are not using LIMEWIRE. You ILLEGALLY DOWNLOAD music from limewire. This is a "How To Get in Federal Copyright Infringement Trouble" by downloading illegally just because everybody else with an Ipod is doing it... Sort of like a "monkey see, monkey do" situation....

    So, CONGRATULATIONS !!! Keep safe, keep legally downloading music through Itunes...

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  • 1 decade ago

    I agree with Zurdita...Divide it up.

    I too got iTunes cards for Christmas and as a msuic educator am always looking for new things to add to my collection but iTunes can be so overwhelming. One thing I did find after exploring for awhile is a section within iTunes called iTunes Essentials. They have EVERY type of music and there are 4 levels of osngs for each from the basics to the barely ever heard. It's a great place to start to add pieces to your library that you may not possess or to add things that are highly recommended by others.

    Have fun!

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  • 4 years ago

    Appetite for Destruction - Guns N' Roses, The Number Of The Beast - Iron Maiden, and Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles are some great albums by great musicians.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Good for you you dont use illigal sites like actresst22 celebrate

    Oh and my answer is chek the iTunes top 100

    1-10 are the best songs out

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  • 1 decade ago

    i would advise you to go to google and find some sites that give free mp3 files away. So that you will not have to pay for them. I am not sure if it is illegeal but if it is how are they going to prove that you have songs on your i-pod because they can not search it without a warrant. And by the time they get one you could have already deleted the songs. But more than likely they will never come to check your i-pod or none the less, even care!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Bob Marley, Dokken, Savatage, Tell No Tales (TNT), Ledz, blindside, 12 stones, kutless, ....

    The list goes on.

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  • 1 decade ago

    heres some of my personal favorites on my iPod.

    fort minor- "remember the name", "petrified", "be somebody", "believe me", "high road", "where'd you go"

    blue october- "congratulations"

    panic! at the disco- "camisado", "i write sins not tragedies", "i constantly thank god for esteban"

    the pussycat dolls- "wait a minute", "buttons"

    no doubt- "hey baby", "wind it up"

    nelly furtado- "maneater", "promiscious", no hay igual"

    michael jackson- "thriller"

    queen- "bohemian rhapsody" (EVERYONE needs this song on their iPod...)

    gorillaz- "kids with guns", "o green world", "dirty harry", "feel good inc", "all alone", "white light", "dare"

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    1. smack that

    2. i wanna **** u

    3. we fly high (ballin)

    rap

    rock

    reggeaton

    country

    old skool

    ok there's a list to start u off with

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  • 1 decade ago

    nickelback

    goo goo dolls

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