The red pill, together with its opposite the blue pill, is a popular cultural meme, a metaphor representing a choice between the "red pill", representing a life of harsh knowledge, desperate freedom, and the brutal truths of reality, and the "blue pill", representing a life of luxurious security, tranquil happiness, and the blissful ignorance of the harsh realities of life, basking in an (essentially dishonest) illusion
One in a Million (Bosson album). One in a Million is the second album by Bosson, the album was released on August 25, 2002. The first single, "One in a Million", which can also be found in the Miss Congeniality soundtrack, was nominated for a Best Original Song – Motion Picture at the 58th Golden Globe Awards. The second single, "I Believe" also released and receive warm success.
One in a Million" is a song by American singer Aaliyah from her second studio album of the same name. The song was written by both Missy Elliot and Timbaland with the latter producing the song. Musically the song is an R&B club ballad with trip hop and drum and bass influences. Lyrically the song is about Aaliyah professing her love for a guy that she identifies as being "One In a Million". The song was released as the albums third single by Blackground and Atlantic records on December 10, 1996.
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The first voice heard on One In a Million, the subtly groundbreaking 1996 sophomore album by R&B singer Aaliyah, belongs to Missy Elliott. Aaliyah, Aaliyah, wake up, says Missy, her words echoing amid bells, blippy synths, and heavy bass. You just now entered into the next level.
One In A Million was the second studio album by R&B icon Aaliyah. Released in 1996, Aaliyah is shown in a new light with her smoother, more seductive singing. This was moreso Aaliyah’s coming-of-age, after stepping out of the shadows as R. Kelly’s protégé and surviving the debacle of their annulled secret marriage. For One In A Million, Aaliyah brought the massive talents of Timbaland & Missy Elliott to the forefront.
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