“Natalie’s Rap 2.0” is the sequel to the original “Natalie’s Rap” by The Lonely Island featuring Natalie Portman. This second installment was released in 2018, again as a digital short for “Saturday Night Live” (SNL). Similar to the first rap, Natalie Portman presents a persona that contrasts sharply with her public image. The sequel continues the theme of juxtaposing her clean-cut, sophisticated image with a more aggressive, “hardcore” rap persona.
“Natalie’s Rap” is a comedy rap song by The Lonely Island featuring actress Natalie Portman. The song was part of a sketch that originally aired on “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) and was later included on The Lonely Island’s debut album, “Incredibad,” released in 2009.
“You’re Welcome” is a song from the 2016 Disney animated film “Moana.” It’s performed by the character Maui, who is voiced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
This rendition of the nasheed Purnama (translated from the Arabic Qamarun) by Zizi Kirana feat. UNIC is very unique. Firstly it’s sung by former rap queen Zizi Kirana who has now turned to Islamic spiritual music. Secondly, this is the first version that I know of that has its lyrics translated into the Malay language as well.
This has to be the scariest children’s “nursery rhyme” that I’ve listened to in recent memory. It’s in Indonesian, which is a language related to my native tongue, the Malay language. The atmosphere of the song relays a sense of creepiness and horror towards the end. This is actually unique for a song like this because usually, you don’t get horror themes relayed through a children’s song.