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A hit song that was released in 1998 for the Doctor Dolittle Soundtrack. The song was mainly produced by Timbaland, and was sang by Aaliyah with background vocals provided by Playa. It was written and composed by the late Static Major (Stephen Ellis Garrett). Many people just refer to it as the song with the baby laughing/crying it it.
t or It has been said that the song was cut (made) in one night, and was originally not supposed to have the cooing baby sound effect in the background. Timbaland decided to throw that in at the last minute, despite some of his friends saying that it sounded stupid. He felt that he knew what he was doing when he put it in there, and apparently he was right, because it has been a unique hit ever since. Also, the 'dirty south' intro to the song was thrown in at the last minute along with the baby giggling.
DESPITE WHAT YOU MAY HAVE HEARD, THE BABY GIGGLING DID NOT COME FROM ONE OF AALIYAH'S HOME VIDEOS. THAT EFFECT HAS BEEN USED IN EVERYTHING FROM TOYS TO TELEVISION COMMERCIALS, AND THEY DID NOT GET IT FROM AALIYAH. IT HAS BEEN OUT FOR YEARS. TIMBALAND GOT IT FROM SOMEWHERE ELSE, LIKE POSSIBLY THE INTERNET. IF YOU GO ON LIMEWIRE AND TYPE IN 'BABY GIGGLING', THEN YOU JUST MIGHT FIND IT.
This song continues to be a hit today, despite being overshadowed by her other ones such as rock the boat, try again and miss you.

Check out Are You That Somebody? By Aaliyah on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.com. This felt like sitting down to coffee with someone you just met, but someone you need to get to know. O'faolin communicates the grief, frustration, and joy of a very specific generation of women. Her perspective is powerful - the distance she maintains between what she writes about, say the pain of her upbringing, and who and where she is when. Synapse dune 2 free vstnewnevada. Watch the official vinyl video for Aaliyah - 'Are You That Somebody?'.Digital upload: 320 kbpsSubscribe to the Rhino Channel!

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Are You Somebody is a memoir (an autobiography) written by the Irish journalist and author Nuala O'Faolain. It was first published in 1996. O'Faolain was born 1940 and died 2008. She started writing at a young age but this book is what made her famous.
The memoir basically talks about Nuala O'Faolain's life in Ireland. She describes her poor family and the bad childhood she witnessed. She depicts the life of Irish people in the 1900s and how unstable their lives were. More importantly, she shows the gender inequality and discrimination she faced by the people of her own country.
O'Faolain wanted to show her people that their situations are known and to let their problems be heard. She wanted everyone to be able to relate to her life and know that they are not alone. Her story successfully became very famous worldwide and became one of the bestsellers.
Hundreds of people loved the memoir and said very positive reviews about it. It earned a 3.5 out of a 5-star rating on Goodreads. Henry Holt said in his book review in Kirkus Reviews: 'An Irish woman reflects, with stunning honesty, on her country and her past'. Kathleen Johns also loved the book and said on her blog: 'It was as honest, painful and lyrically written as the novel. No matter that it tells a story familiar from much Irish literature - the alcoholic mother, the inadequate father, the nine children, poverty, religion - what Nuala does in this book is much more than that. In telling her own story, she tells the story of Ireland itself - a particular period of its history.' Lastly, Zoe Heller in the New York Times said that the novel '..is one of the most perfectly observed portraits of female loneliness I've ever come across -- with more genuine, painful candor in it than all the modish, scandalous confessions of recent years put together. Before the stampede away from the autobiography section in the bookstore begins, this book has to be read.'