What's Up? (song)
Whats Up. is a song by American rock group 4 Non Blondes from their 1992 debut album, Bigger, Better, Faster, More. It was released as the second single in 1993. It was very successful in Brazil and in several European countries, peaking at one in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Ireland. The title does not appear in the songs lyrics, however, the phrase whats going on. Is prominently included in the chorus, the title was chosen to avoid confusion with Marvin Gayes 1971 song Whats Going On. Linda Perry told Rolling Stone that she hated the songs production, the music video was directed by Morgan Lawley. Whats Up. ranks number 94 on VH1s 100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders, the recording received considerable airplay success. However, composer Carl Barât has claimed that the song among the worst ever recorded, gawker journalist Brian Moylan included the track in an unranked list of the 10 Party Songs We Never Ever Want to Hear Again. 7 single / CD single Whats Up, –4,51 Train –3,47 Whats Up. It reached number one on the chart in Canada and charted in Belgium. Pink covered the song on her Party Tour, on select European dates of her Try This Tour and she performed it on select dates of The Funhouse Summer Carnival as well. Lady Gaga covered the song on the November 2nd 2014 show of her artRAVE, The ARTPOP Ball tour, in Vienna, professional footage of the performance was soon after uploaded to her official YouTube channel She also performed it during her acceptance speech at the Songwriter Hall of Fame. In 2005, a group of known as Slackcircus created a video called Fabulous Secret Powers. The video has become an internet meme, with an edited version of the animation garnering over 88 million views on YouTube as of January 2017. The song appeared in the 2011 film Young Adult, starring Charlize Theron, the song appeared in the fourth episode of the Netflix web series Sense8. A master recording version of the song was used in Rock Band 4, a version of the song, sung in Spanish, appeared in the final episode of season one of the television series Zoo Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
What's Up, Tiger Lily?
Whats Up, Tiger Lily. is a 1966 American comedy film directed by Woody Allen in his feature-length directorial debut. Allen took a Japanese spy film, International Secret Police, Key of Keys and this experience helped convince Allen that he should secure creative control for all his future projects. The band released a soundtrack album, in 2003, Image released the film on DVD, with both the theatrical and television soundtracks. The DVD also offers the 11 minutes of TV footage as a separate bonus, the plot provides the setup for a string of sight gags, puns, jokes based on Asian stereotypes, and general farce. The central plot involves the misadventures of secret agent Phil Moskowitz and it contains music by The Lovin Spoonful. The audio engineer at National Recording Studios was Fred Weinberg, who went on to produce and it was re-released on CD along with Youre a Big Boy Now, the Spoonfuls soundtrack for the 1966 film by Francis Ford Coppola. It reached No.126 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts, variety wrote, The production has one premise - deliberately mismatched dialog - which is sustained reasonably well through its brief running time
Wassup (musical group)
Wassup are a four-member South Korean girl group formed under Sony Music and Mafia Records. The group is composed of four members, Sujin, Nari, Jiae. Former members Jinju, Dain and Nada left the group in 2017 and they debuted with their song, Wassup, on the August 7,2013 episode of Show Champion. On August 3,2013, Sony Music announced a group which had been training for three years, with a dancehall genre of music and the dance of twerking. Sony Music said, Wassup will be different from other girl groups and they aim to spread hip hop music through their numerous activities. On August 7, the released their debut music video Wassup. Later held their debut performance on Show Champion, on September 4, the group released the music video for Hotter than a Summer, a reggae track composed by Red Roc and written by YE YO. On November 20,2013, the released their first EP, Nom Nom Nom. They had their performance of the song the same day. The Nom Nom Nom EP entered the Gaon Korean album charts at number 23, on June 9,2014, Wassup released a music video for the single Fire. The video was made to celebrate the 2014 FIFA World Cup hosted in Brazil, the video featured the band playing football in Brazilian and South Korean jerseys. Wassups Showtime EP entered the Gaon Korean album chart at number 48, on December 8,2014, they released a music video for Shut Up U. On January 18,2015, the released a video for Stupid Liar. The video was blocked in multiple countries on copyright grounds, the video was rereleased on January 26,2015. On December 25,2015 the group released a Christmas Special Clip to the song 안아줘, on November 27,2015, Woojoo sprained her ankle while practicing dance moves causing the comeback to be delayed later. On February 3,2016 Wassup released a single with Madtown and Rooftop House Studio. After Nada asked the company to terminate her contract, they refused, on August 9,2013, main rapper Nada released the music video for her first official solo song Bang Bang. On 2013 September 24, Sony Music released rookie rapper KK Boys Be featuring all Wassup members, on September 26, a music video for Demion featuring Wassups Woojoo was released
WhatsApp Messenger is a freeware, cross-platform and end-to-end encrypted instant messaging application for smartphones. WhatsApp Inc. based in Mountain View, California, was acquired by Facebook in February 2014 for approximately US$19.3 billion, by February 2016, WhatsApp had a user base of over one billion, making it the most popular messaging application at the time. WhatsApp, was incorporated in 2009 by Brian Acton and Jan Koum, after Koum and Acton left Yahoo. in September 2007, the duo traveled to South America as a break from work. At one point they applied for jobs at Facebook but were rejected, for the rest of the following years Koum relied on his $400,000 savings from Yahoo. Having statuses next to names of the people, but this was not possible without an iPhone developer. Fishman found a Russian developer on RentACoder. com, Igor Solomennikov, Koum named the app WhatsApp to sound like whats up. On February 24,2009, he incorporated WhatsApp Inc. in California, in June 2009, Apple launched push notifications, allowing users to be pinged when they were not using an app. Koum changed WhatsApp so that when a users status is changed, WhatsApp 2.0 was released with a messaging component and the number of active users suddenly increased to 250,000. Acton was still unemployed and managing another startup, and he decided to join the company, in October 2009, Acton persuaded five former friends in Yahoo. to invest $250,000 in seed funding, and Acton became a co-founder and was given a stake. He officially joined on November 1, after months at beta stage, the application eventually launched in November 2009 exclusively on the App Store for the iPhone. Koum then hired a friend who lived in Los Angeles, Chris Peiffer, to develop the BlackBerry version, WhatsApp was switched from a free to paid service to avoid growing too fast, mainly because the primary cost was sending verification texts to users. In December 2009, the ability to send photos was added to WhatsApp for the iPhone, by early 2011, WhatsApp was one of the top 20 apps in Apples U. S. App Store. By February 2013, WhatsApp had about 200 million active users and 50 staff members, sequoia invested another $50 million, and WhatsApp was valued at $1.5 billion. In a December 2013 blog post, WhatsApp claimed that 400 million active users use the service each month, on August 24,2014, Koum announced on his Twitter account that WhatsApp had over 600 million active users worldwide. At that point WhatsApp was adding about 25 million new users every month, with 65 million active users representing 10% of the total worldwide users, India has the largest number of consumers. On February 19,2014, months after a venture capital financing round at a $1.5 billion valuation, Facebook announced it was acquiring WhatsApp for US$19 billion, at the time, the acquisition was the largest purchase of a venture-backed company in history. Sequoia Capital received an approximate 50x return on its initial investment, employee stock was scheduled to vest over four years subsequent to closing. The transaction was the largest purchase of a company backed by venture capitalists to date, days after the announcement, WhatsApp users experienced a loss of service, leading to anger across social media