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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicOther - Music · 1 decade ago

Does anyone know who sings this song?

I think that song is called true love. It is from Akeelah and the Bee! A movie on disney channel! I heard the song at the end of the movie and I LOVED IT! PLEASE HELP ME! :)

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  • Bill
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    1 decade ago
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    here are the songs in the movie according to imdb

    "El indio y el vaquero"

    Written by Xocoyotzin Herrera

    Performed by Francisco Javier González & José Zuñiga

    Courtesy of LMS Records/Latin Music Specialists

    "The Hustle Pt. III"

    Written by Planet Asia (as J. Green) and Evidence (as M. Perretta)

    Performed by Planet Asia

    Courtesy of Battle Axe Records

    "Day by Day"

    Written by Stephanie Jones (as S. Jones)

    Performed by Stephanie Jones

    Courtesy of Stephanie Jones

    "Anthrax Island"

    (2001)

    Written by Mad Child (as S Bunting), Prevail (as K Hendriks), West Plischke (as W Plischke)

    Performed by Swollen Members

    Courtesy of Battle Axe Records

    "Not in Your Video"

    Written by Lauren Palmer, Loreal Palmer and Sharon Palmer

    Performed by Loreal Palmer

    "Rubberband Man"

    (1976)

    Written by Thom Bell (as Thomas Bell) and Linda Creed

    Performed by The Spinners

    Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "Effervescent"

    (1978)

    Written by Bootsy Collins

    Performed by Bootsy Collins

    Courtesy of Bootzilla Productions Inc.

    "Respect"

    (1965)

    Written by Otis Redding

    Performed by Aretha Franklin

    Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "Whatever It Takes"

    Written by Patrice Germain

    Performed by Frankie

    Courtesy of Lovecat Music

    By Arrangement with Ocean Park Music Group

    "Lester Hayes"

    (2004)

    Written by Lateef Dumont (as L. Daumont) and Chief Xcel (as X. Mosley)

    Performed by Lateef Dumont (as Lateef) & Chief Xcel (as The Chief)

    Courtesy of Quannum Projects

    By special arrangement with Bank Robber Music & Zync Music

    "Wake Up Everybody"

    (1975)

    Written by Victor Carstarphen (as Victor Leon Carstarphen), Gene McFadden and John Whitehead

    Performed by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes (as Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes)

    Courtesy of Epic Records

    By Arrangement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment

    "Everything"

    Written by Ben Harper

    Performed by Ben Harper

    Courtesy of Virgin Records

    Under License from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Definition of Love"

    Written by Jimmy Jam (as James Harris III), Terry Lewis and Big Jim Wright (as James Q. Wright)

    Performed by Deborah Cox

    Additional vocals by Keke Palmer (as KeKe Palmer), Michelle Williams, Shalea Frazier & Place Called Home Choir (as A Place Called Home Choir)

    Produced by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis & Big Jim Wright (as James "Big Jim" Wright) for Flyte Tyme Productions,

    Inc.

    "Let Your Baby Go"

    Written by Jamey Jazz (as Jamey Jaz) and Rhona Bennett

    Performed by Erica Rivera

    Courtesy of Music Line/Atlantic Recording Corporation

    "Proud"

    (2000)

    Written by Heather Small and Peter John Vettese (as Peter Vettese)

    Performed by Heather Small

    Courtesy of Sony BMG Music Entertainment (U.K.) Limited

    here is the soundtrack listing from amazon

    1. Aaron Zigman - "A.K.E.E.L.A.H."

    2. The Spinners - "Rubberband Man"

    3. The Staple Singers - "Respect Yourself"

    4. Jackson 5 - "ABC"

    5. Al Green - "L.O.V.E. (Love)"

    6. Curtis Mayfield And The Impressions - "People Get Ready"

    7. Brothers Johnson - "STOMP"

    8. Aretha Franklin - "Respect"

    9. Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes - "Wake Up Everybody"

    10. Aaron Zigman - "Prestidigitation"

    11. Keke Palmer - "All My Girlz"

    12. Heather Small - "Proud"

    13. Aaron Zigman - "Scrabble 1"

    14. RES - "To Empower"

    15. Aaron Zigman - "Scrabble 2"

    16. Erica Rivera - "Let Your Baby Go"

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