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09 Mar

"Work It" is a hip hop song written and produced by American rapper Missy Elliott and her producer Tim "Timbaland" Mosley. The beginning of the song also samples Rock Master Scott & the Dynamic Three's "Request Line".

It was released as the lead single for her fourth studio album Under Construction (2002). The end of the song samples "Take Me to the Mardi Gras" by Bob James, while a synth pattern in the rhythm track…

It’s no secret Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are madly in love — but the country superstar is also head over heels for her three sons.

“For a long time, it was awkward trying to figure out what my place is and in their mind too,” newly crowned Sexiest Man Alive Shelton tells PEOPLE exclusively about the rocker’s three sons Kingston, 11, Zuma, 9, and Apollo, 3 (with ex Gavin Rossdale).

1 on the As for his relationship with Stefani, 48, the power couple (who recently teamed up on the song “You Make It Feel Like Christmas” featured on her holiday album) are happier than ever together.

Says the star: “It just feels like it gets stronger all the time, you know?

Previously unreleased highlights on the new collection include The Beach Boys' shelved "live" album, 50TH ANNIVERSARY VINYL “GOOD VIBRATIONS” RELEASE The Beach Boys and Capitol/UMe will release “Good Vibrations (50th Anniversary Edition)” on a 12-inch sunburst vinyl EP worldwide on October 7. This album includes the sessions for nine of the Beach Boys' earliest recordings as a group, 1961-62, before they signed with Capitol Records.

If two people on the platform — which has 37 million users in 50 cities — "like" each other by tapping a heart on the other user's profile, then they can start messaging.

2.2 million people use Happn in the UK, so they certainly know the ins and outs of dating throughout the country.

Back in April, Business Insider teamed up with Happn to find out who the most "liked" users in the London were at the time — and to ask them what they owe their dating success to. Unsurprisingly given the capital's population, most of the people on the list also live in London — but Newcastle and Ascot also made the cut.

Out of over 2.2 million single candidates, these are the 15 men and women who came out on top, ranked in ascending order of popularity.