Songs About Broadway

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Songs About Broadway

Several singers have created music about Songs About Broadway. Here are 22 of the top ones.

Broadway Girls (feat. Morgan Wallen) by Lil Durk

From the album, Broadway Girls (feat. Morgan Wallen), released on December 17, 2021

Lil Durk and Morgan Wallen team up for "Broadway Girls", a track about, well, girls on Broadway. The production is sparse, with a simple drum beat and some atmospheric synths. Wallen's laid-back vocals fit perfectly with Durk's more aggressive delivery. The result is a catchy, easy-to-listen-to song about, as Durk puts it, "the baddest bitches on the planet."

Satisfied by Renée Elise Goldsberry

From the album, Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording), released on September 25, 2015

"Satisfied" is a song from the hit Broadway musical Hamilton, performed by Renée Elise Goldsberry. Written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the song tells the story of Angelica Schuyler, who is desperate to keep her husband away from her sister Eliza. She sings about her conflicting feelings of love, jealousy, and passion. The production of the song was created by Alex Lacamoire and Bill Sherman. It features a mix of hip-hop and R&B, with heavy piano and string arrangements. The song also features backing vocals from Phillipa Soo and Jasmine Cephas Jones, who also play the roles of Eliza and Angelica in the show.

Alexander Hamilton by Leslie Odom Jr.

From the album, Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording), released on September 25, 2015

"Alexander Hamilton" is a single from the Broadway musical Hamilton, written by Leslie Odom Jr. and Lin-Manuel Miranda. The song tells the story of the life and legacy of the American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, from his struggles in the Caribbean to his victory in the Revolutionary War, and highlights his contributions to the country's founding. The song was produced by Alex Lacamoire, Questlove, and The Roots, and it features a mix of hip-hop, rap, and classic Broadway-style vocals. The song was released on July 3, 2015 as part of the Hamilton cast album.

You'll Be Back by Jonathan Groff

From the album, Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording), released on September 25, 2015

"You'll Be Back" is a song from the musical Hamilton, written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and performed by Jonathan Groff. The song is sung from the point of view of King George III of England, and serves as a warning to the American colonies of their impending doom if they declare independence. The song is an upbeat, humorous track, featuring a catchy melody and clever lyrics. Groff delivers a powerful and passionate vocal performance, backed by a full orchestra and choir. The song was produced by Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson and Alex Lacamoire, and was recorded and mixed by engineer Tim Latham.

My Shot by Lin-Manuel Miranda

From the album, Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording), released on September 25, 2015

"My Shot" is a song from the musical Hamilton, with music, lyrics, and story by Lin-Manuel Miranda. It is the opening number of Act 1, and is performed by Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, and the other characters. The song tells the story of Hamilton's ambition and determination to make a name for himself in a world where he is an outsider. The song has a strong beat, a mix of rap and singing, and a strong brass section that carries the song along. The production of the song was handled by Alex Lacamoire, who also handled the production of the other Hamilton songs.

Helpless by Phillipa Soo

From the album, Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording), released on September 25, 2015

"Helpless" is a song from the soundtrack of the 2016 Broadway musical, Hamilton. It was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and performed by the musical’s original cast members Phillipa Soo and Leslie Odom Jr., who portray Eliza and Aaron Burr respectively. The song is a heartbreaking duet between Eliza, who is desperately pleading with Aaron to stay with her, and Aaron, who is determined to leave her for personal and political reasons. The music is a blend of hip-hop, soul and classical, with subtle inflections of Latin and jazz. The strings section is highlighted throughout the song, adding to the emotional atmosphere created by the heartfelt lyrics and beautiful harmonies of Phillipa Soo and Leslie Odom Jr. The soundtrack was produced by The Roots and Alex Lacamoire, who served as the musical arranger and orchestrator for the show. The song was recorded in November 2015 at Avatar Studios in New York City.

Posse On Broadway by Sir Mix-A-Lot

From the album, Swass, released on January 1, 1988

Broadway Girls by No Resolve

From the album, Broadway Girls, released on March 11, 2022

Broadway by The Goo Goo Dolls

From the album, Dizzy up the Girl, released on September 11, 1998

Broadway by South Park Mexican

From the album, Never Change, released on November 6, 2001

Broadway Walk by Mindscape

From the album, Broadway Walk, released on August 25, 2022

Broadway Girls by Wallen Walker

From the album, Broadway Girls, released on December 17, 2021

Broadway 97 (feat. Jim Jones & Dyce Payso) by Tito Montana

From the album, Broadway 97 (feat. Jim Jones & Dyce Payso), released on February 12, 2021

Broadway, Here I Come! (SMASH Cast Version) (feat. Jeremy Jordan) by SMASH Cast

From the album, Broadway, Here I Come! (SMASH Cast Version) (feat. Jeremy Jordan), released on February 5, 2013

Broadway by L.P.K Titan

From the album, Broadway, released on November 14, 2022

Broadway Baby (Glee Cast Version) by Glee Cast

From the album, Glee: The Music, Bash, released on April 8, 2014

Broadway by Lil 2z

From the album, Livin' 2 Fast, released on December 26, 2018

Broadway Bossa Nova by Dave Brubeck

From the album, Jazz Impressions Of New York, released in 1964

Broadway Baby by New Broadway Cast of "Follies"

From the album, Follies: New Broadway Cast Recording, released on November 29, 2011

Broadway by KA$HDAMI

From the album, #KashDontMiss, released on October 15, 2020

AWOL by Broadway

From the album, Kingdoms, released on July 7, 2009

Broadway Bossa Nova - Remastered by The Dave Brubeck Quartet

From the album, Jazz Impressions Of New York, released on February 14, 2012

 



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