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Nikka Costa - Everybody Got Their Something FLAC Album

Nikka Costa - Everybody Got Their Something FLAC Album
Funk, Neo Soul
  • Performer:
    Nikka Costa
  • Title:
    Everybody Got Their Something
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  • Style:
    Funk, Neo Soul
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  • Size FLAC version
    2229 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2524 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1896 mb
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  • Record from:
    Vinyl, Promo, 12"


1Everybody Got Their Something (Magic Remix)
Remix – The Soundhustlers
2Everybody Got Their Something (Album Version)4:20
3Everybody Got Their Something (Album A Capella)4:11
4Everybody Got Their Something (Instrumental)5:52


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VUSCDJ221Nikka Costa Everybody Got Their Something ‎(CD, Single, Promo)Virgin, Cheeba SoundVUSCDJ221Europe2001
7087-6-16474-1-9, SPRO-16474Nikka Costa Everybody Got Their Something ‎(12", Promo)Cheeba Sound, Virgin7087-6-16474-1-9, SPRO-16474US2001
BUSH 04Nikki Costa Everyone Got That Something ‎(12")Bush BUSH 04Unknown
7087-6-16443-2-6 DPRO-16443Nikka Costa Everybody Got Their Something ‎(CD, Single, Promo)Virgin7087-6-16443-2-6 DPRO-16443US2001


  • Co-producerNikka Costa
  • ProducerJustin Stanley, Mark Ronson


For Promotional Use Only. Not For Sale.
Track B1 contains a sample of "Mister Magic" (Ralph MacDonald/William Salter), performed by Grover Washington, Jr. Courtesy of Motown Records under licence from Universal Music Enterprises.


Everybody Got Their Something. Nikka Costa. Although she had released several albums internationally as a child, this was her first release in the United States, and was released on May 22, 2001 by Virgin Records. It peaked at 120 on the Billboard 200 in June 2001. As of 2005, it has shifted 250,000 units in United States. Everybody Got Their Something Nikka Costa. Produced by Nikka Costa, Justin Stanley & Mark Ronson. Album Everybody Got Their Something. Everybody Got Their Something Lyrics. My face to the sky Dreaming about just how high I could go. and if I know When I finally get there. Taking off my glasses Sun pokes through my lashes And somehow I know There's a time for every star to shine. Everybody got their something Make you smile like an itty bitty child Everybody got their something Everybody got their something. Hey, hey Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. Like a Feather. So Have I for You. Songs in album Nikka Costa - Everybody Got Their Something 2001. Nikka Costa - Like A Feather. Nikka Costa - So I Have For You. Nikka Costa - Tug Of War. Nikka Costa - Everybody Got Their Something. Nikka Costa - Nothing. Nikka Costa - Nikka What. Nikka Costa - Hope It Felt Good. Summary: This is the debut American release for the Tokyo-born but internationally-raised singer-songwriter, who is the daughter of producer Don Costa and the goddaughter of Frank Sinatra. Costa has been performing since the age of five and has already scored hits in Europe and Australia. Record Label: Virgin. Genres: Rock, R&B. Top Track. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Everybody Got Their Something, 2001. Like a Feather, 03:55. So Have I For You, 05:09. Tug of War, 04:32. Everybody Got Their Something, 04:20. Nothing, 04:13. Nikka What, 00:25. Hope It Felt Good, 03:52. Some Kind of Beautiful, 03:05. Nikka Who, 00:43. Just Because, 03:48. Push & Pull, 05:26. Nikka Costa is a rare treasure a one-time child star who has grown into an unpretentious, genuinely talented adult. Listening to Everybody Got Their Something there is no doubt that she was signed to Cheeba Sound home of D'Angelo on the basis of having a fabulous voice and some great songs, rather than her precocious childhood. But what a childhood First single issued age five, supporting The Police in front of a 300,000 strong crowd in Chile at age eight& admittedly having a famous father helped. Don Costa arranged, composed and produced Frank. Yet with Everybody Got Their Something, Costa proves shes in a class all her own, belting out original torch songs that would impress Dad while, with the help of producer Justin Stanley, spinning out a hybrid of rock and funk unique to her generation. Everybody is influenced as much by the Beastie Boyss brand of punk-infused hip-hop as it is by the Rat Pack. The albums lead single, Like a Feather, is Costas funked-up Let It Be, calling on a passive view of the universe: I could come on strong and willfulBut Id rather watch it fall to the palm of my hand