Atif Aslam – Mar Jaayen

#FirstCrush Valentines month special super hit song from Atif Aslam from move Loveshhuda. As always Atif Aslam songs slowly touch our tender hearts with his soulful music & climb the charts.. This one would be top of the charts soon for sure..

Lyrics:

Har lamha dekhne ko
Tujhe intezaar karna
Tujhe yaad karke aksar
Raaton main roz jagna
Badla hua hai kuch toh
Dil in dino yeh apna

Kaash woh pal paida hi naa ho
Jis pal mein nazar tu naa aaye
Kaash woh pal paida hi naa ho
Jis pal main nazar tu naa aaye
Gar kahin aisa pal ho
Toh iss pal mein mar jaayen
Mar jaayen….mar jaayen….
Mar jaayen….ooo ho mar jaayen
Mar jaayen….mar jaayen….
Mar jaayen….ooo ho mar jaayen

Tuhjse juda hone ka tasavur
Ek gunaah sa lagta hai
Jab aata hai bheed mein aksar
Mujhko tanha karta hai
Khwab mein bhi jo dekhle yeh
Raat ki neendein udd jaayein
Mar jaayen….mar jaayein….
Mar jaayein…ooo ho mar jaayein
Mar jaayen….mar jaayen….
Mar jaayein…ooo ho mar jaayein

Aksar mere har ek pal mein
Kyun yeh sawaal sa rehta hai
Tujse mera taluk hai yeh kaisa
Aakhir kaisa rishta hai

Tujko na jis din hum dekhen
Wo din kyun guzar hi na payein
Mar jayein…mar jayein
Mar jayein…ooo oh mar jayein
Mar jayein…mar jayein
Mar jayein…ooo oh mar jayein
Mar jayein…mar jayein
Mar jayein…ooo oh mar jayein

NASA Curiosity Mars Rover – Let me take a Selfie

Curiosity Selfie
NASA released a selfie of the Curiosity Mars rover after combining 57 photos of the space-dwelling vehicle.
The rover typically collects sand and examines particles on Mars – and once a year it stops to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to itself – but the car-sized rover has also dedicated time to snapping pictures.
And many of them have been of itself.
In August 2015, the rover took a 92-image composite selfie after drilling a rock nicknamed ‘Buckskin’ in the Marias Pass area.In June 2014, it snapped a self-portrait to celebrate being on Mars for exactly one full Martian year, which is the equivalent of 687 Earth days.
The latest selfie was released on Friday and is at least the third that Curiosity has sent back to NASA since the rover first landed on Mars in 2012.The rover took the picture by the Red Planet’s Namib Dune on January 19. NASA scientists used the rover’s Mars Hand Lens Imagers camera, which is at the end of its arm, to take the picture.The arm with the Hand Lens is only partly visible because the image is a composite.

Article Coutesy: Daily Mail UK

Coldplay – Hymn For The Weekend Feat Beyonce

#FirstCrush Coldplay and Beyoncé headed to India and celebrated Holi, the festival of colors and love, in the gorgeous video for “Hymn for the Weekend,” their collaborative cut from the band’s A Head Full of Dreams. The video arrives just over a week before the band and the pop star perform together at Super Bowl 50 on February 7th.

Lyrics:

[Beyoncé:]

Drink from me, drink from me
Then we’ll shoot across the sky
Symphony
Then we’ll shoot across the sky
We’re on a…
Drink from me, drink from me
Then we’ll shoot across the sky
Symphony
(So high, so high)
Then we’ll shoot across the sky[Coldplay:]
Oh, Angel sent from up above
You know you make my world light up
When I was down, when I was hurt
You came to lift me up
Life is a drink, and love’s a drug
Oh now I think I must be miles up
When I was a river, dried up
You came to rain a flood[Coldplay & Beyoncé:]
And said drink from me, drink from me
When I was so thirsty
Pour on a symphony
Now I just can’t get enough
Put your wings on me, wings on me
When I was so heavy
Soaring in symphony
When I’m low, low, low, low

[Coldplay:]
I oh, I oh
Got me feeling drunk and high
So high, so high
I oh, I oh, I oh
Now I’m feeling drunk and high
So high, so high
Woo!

[Coldplay & Beyoncé:]
Oh, Angel sent from up above
I feel it coursing through my blood
Life is a drink, your love’s about
To make the stars come out

[Coldplay & Beyoncé:]
Put your wings on me, wings on me
When I was so heavy
Soaring in symphony
When I’m low, low, low, low

[Coldplay:]
Got me feeling drunk and high
So high, so high
I’m feeling drunk and high
So high, so high

[Beyoncé & Coldplay:]
So high, so high
I’m feeling drunk and high
So high, so high

[Beyoncé:]
Then we’ll shoot across the sky
Then we’ll shoot across the…
Then we’ll shoot across the sky
Then we’ll shoot across the…
Then we’ll shoot across the sky
Then we’ll shoot across the…
Then we’ll shoot across the sky
Then we’ll shoot across the…

Rihanna – Work (Feat Drake) Audio

#FirstCrush Rihanna’s ‘Work’ Was Radio’s Most-Heard Song in Its First Day

Listen Here: http://listen.tidal.com/album/56638582

Radio has gotten right to “Work,” Rihanna’s new single from her new album, Anti.

In its first day (Jan. 27), “Work” (featuring Drake) was the most-heard song on the more than 1,200 stations monitored by Nielsen Music for the Billboard Hot 100. It drew the largest audience for the day: 23.4 million audience impressions, derived from more than 2,300 first-day plays. (Impressions are calculated via a formula that multiplies plays by station ratings calculated by Nielsen Audio. I.e., a play in morning drive in New York would generate many more audience impressions than an overnight spin in a much smaller market, due to the hefty difference in listenership.)

Put in more perspective, the 23.4 million in audience for “Work” for the day bested runner-up Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” (21.7 million) and third-ranking Adele’s “Hello”  (20.9 million), the latter of which has led the Radio Songs chart for 11 weeks and counting.

Notably, spins for “Work” were boosted in its first day by hourly plays on participating iHeartMedia and CBS Radio pop, rhythmic and R&B/hip-hop stations. So, while “Work” should make a strong debut on Radio Songs next week, it’s highly unlikely to maintain its first-day No. 1 ranking.

Highlights of next week’s Hot 100 will post on Billboard.com Monday (Feb. 1), while all charts, including the Hot 100 and Radio Songs, will post the following day (Feb. 2).

Article courtesy: Billboard.com

Video Link

Rihanna – Work (Explicit) ft. Drake

Apple Long Distance Wireless Charging

Apple Wireless Charging

#FirstCrush Apple apparently wants to help you charge your iPhone no matter where you are in your home. A new report suggests that it’s building a new wireless charging technology that wouldn’t require direct contact with a power mat.

Bloomberg reports that Apple “is exploring cutting-edge technologies that would allow iPhones and iPads to be powered from further away than the charging mats used with current smartphones.”

The idea is not a new one. Earlier this month, Ossia showed off a system that allows an iPhone to be charged in mid-air. It works by using an antenna that can capture energy held in radio frequency waves floating through the air that are carefully directed from a central hub.

It’s not an easy challenge, for a number of reasons. The technology required to capture enough energy is, for Ossia at least, rather bulky. And as Bloomberg points out, “efficiency of power transfer decreases as the distance between transmitter and receiver grows.” If Apple is trying to build a sleek phone, those two issues create a compounded problem where it’s difficult to charge a battery quickly.

Indeed, Bloomberg claims that Apple “is looking to overcome technical barriers.” No kidding. In fact, it’s likely been working on wireless charging for years by this points. Whether we’ll see in the next iPhone, or the one after that? We’ll have to wait and see.

Article Courtesy: Cult of Mac, Gizmodo