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Higher may refer to: Music * The Higher, a 2002–2012 American pop rock band Albums * Higher (Ala Boratyn album), ''Higher'' (Ala Boratyn album) or the title song, 2007 * Higher (Ezio album), ''Higher'' (Ezio album) or the title song, 2000 * Higher (Harem Scarem album), ''Higher'' (Harem Scarem album) or the title song, 2003 * Higher (The Horrors album), ''Higher'' (The Horrors album), 2012 * Higher (Life On Planet 9 album), ''Higher'' (Life On Planet 9 album) or the title song, 2017 * Higher (The Overtones album), ''Higher'' (The Overtones album) or the title song, 2012 * Higher (Regina Belle album), ''Higher'' (Regina Belle album) or the title song, 2012 * Higher (Roch Voisine album), ''Higher'' (Roch Voisine album) or the title song, 2002 * Higher (Treponem Pal album), ''Higher'' (Treponem Pal album), 1997 * ''Higher'', by LIFE Church UK, Abundant Life Ministries, 2000 * ''Higher'', by ReinXeed, 2009 * ''Higher'', by Russell Robertson, 2008 * ''Higher!'', by Sly and the Family ...
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The Higher
The Higher was an American pop rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada. They were originally known as "September Star". They have released three full-length albums, ''On Fire (The Higher album), On Fire'', ''It's Only Natural (The Higher album), It's Only Natural'', and ''Histrionics (The Higher album), Histrionics'', and Extended play, EPs named "Pace Yourself" and "Star is Dead." The band was signed to Fiddler Records, Epitaph Records, and Sony Japan. The Higher toured with the bands Panic! at the Disco, Motion City Soundtrack, The Temper Trap, Less Than Jake, Ludo (band), Ludo, Escape the Fate, Silverstein (band), Silverstein, Emery (band), Emery, Alexisonfire, There For Tomorrow, We The Kings, Rookie of the Year (band), Rookie of the Year, The Matches, Sherwood (band), Sherwood, Meg and Dia, Quiet Drive, Take Cover, I Am Ghost, The Forecast, This Providence, Name Taken, Sing it Loud, Runner Runner, Rufio, Tokyo Rose, and others.
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Higher (Deborah Cox Song)
"Higher" is a song by Canadian singer Deborah Cox. Released as a single on March 18, 2013, the track became her twelfth number one hit on Billboard (magazine), ''Billboard'''s US Dance Club Songs chart."Deborah Cox Earns 13th No. 1 On Dance Club Songs"
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Higher (Taio Cruz Song)
"Higher" is the fifth single from English singer-songwriter Taio Cruz's second studio album, ''Rokstarr''. It was written and produced by Cruz and Sandy Vee, and was released on 26 November 2010. This song was originally written for Australian singer Kylie Minogue's album ''Aphrodite (album), Aphrodite'', but plans fell through. However, Cruz and Minogue recorded a version of the song for the European release, while American rapper Travie McCoy recorded guest raps for the American release. The Brazilian and United Kingdom versions have parts of McCoy's rap mixed into the Minogue version. The version on Cruz's albums feature a solo vocal by Cruz with no guest vocalist and an edited version of the solo version was added to Radio Disney's playlist. Live performances On 30 October 2010, Cruz and Minogue appeared on Starfloor and performed the song as a new single. Cruz and McCoy performed the song on Z100's Jingle Ball 2010 on 16 December 2010. Cruz and Kimberly Wyatt performed the s ...
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Higher (Star Pilots Song)
"Higher" is a song written by Johan Fjellström, Joakim Udd and Johan Becker, and performed by Star Pilots at Melodifestivalen 2009. The song was performed in the 4th semifinal inside the Malmö Arena on 28 February 2009 in music, 2009, and went further to Andra chansen where it ended up knocked out. The single record, single peaked at number 6 on the Sverigetopplistan, Swedish singles chart. Several newspaper readers in Sweden blamed the song for being similar to the 1988 in music, 1988 Boy Meets Girl (band), Boy Meets Girl song "Waiting For a Star to Fall" and the 2008 in music, 2008 Jenny Pettersson, Jenny "Velvet" Petterssons song "Take My Body Close" as well as Survivor (band), Survivors' song 1982 in music, 1982 song "Eye of the Tiger". Charts Weekly charts Year-end charts References

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Higher (Sigma Song)
"Higher" is the fourth single by English drum and bass duo Sigma (DJs), Sigma from their debut studio album ''Life (Sigma album), Life'' (2015). It was written by TMS (production team), TMS, Kid Harpoon, Tom Hull and Wayne Hector. It features the vocals from English singer Labrinth. The song was released as a music download, digital download in the United Kingdom on 22 March 2015. The song peaked to number 12 on the UK Singles Chart. Music video A music video to accompany the release of "Higher" was first released onto YouTube on 13 February 2015 at a total length of three minutes and five seconds (03:05). Track listing *Digital download #"Higher" (featuring Labrinth) – 3:01 *Digital download – remix bundle #"Higher" (Sigma VIP remix) – 3:52 #"Higher" (Grades (producer), GRADES remix) – 6:52 #"Higher" (Grant Nelson remix) – 6:05 #"Higher" (Kideko remix) – 4:58 #"Higher" (Jay Montero club mix) – 4:17 #"Higher" (Lucas Maverick remix) – 4:46 Charts Certifications ...
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Higher (The Saturdays Song)
"Higher" is a song performed by British-Irish girl group the Saturdays The Saturdays are a British-Irish girl group A girl group is a music act featuring several women in music, female singers who generally vocal harmony, harmonize together. The term "girl group" is also used in a narrower sense in the United States ... taken from their debut extended play, ''Headlines! ''Headlines!'' is the debut EP by British-Irish girl group The Saturdays. It was released in Ireland on 13 August 2010 and in the United Kingdom on 16 August 2010 by Fascination Records. The collection includes previous singles " Forever Is Over ...''. Written by Ina Wroldsen Ina Christine Wroldsen (born 29 May 1984), previously known mononymously as Ina, is a Norwegian singer and songwriter. She was a part of the electropop duo Ask Embla, with Icelandic producer and songwriter Arnthor Birgisson. Career Wroldsen's car ... and co-written & produced by Arnthor Birgisson Arnthor Birgisson (Icelandic: Arn ...
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Higher (Rihanna Song)
"Higher" is a song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her eighth studio album, ''Anti (album), Anti'' (2016). Production and composition Rihanna previewed the song on Instagram in early March 2015. The song was written Ernest Wilson (No I.D.), B. Bourelly, Rihanna, Jerry Butler, Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff. No I.D., also produced the song which samples contains elements from “Beside You” performed by The Soulful Strings. American producer Kuk Harrell handled the song's vocal production. "Higher" was recorded at Westlake Studios in Los Angeles. The vocal recording was carried out by Marcos Tovar for Allfadersup and Harrell. The song was finally mixed by Manny Marroquin at Larrabee Studios in North Hollywood, California, North Hollywood, along with mixing assistants Chris Galland and Ike Schultz, before being mastered by Chris Gehringer at Sterling Sound, in New York City. The ballad is two minutes long. ''NME'' Jordan Bassett called "Higher" a "straight-up love song", an ...
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Higher (Peter Jöback Song)
"Higher" is a song written by Jörgen Elofsson and Mathias Venge, recorded by Peter Jöback on his 2000 album ''Only When I Breathe''. It was released as a single the same year. Charts References

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Higher (The Naked And Famous Song)
"Higher" is a song by New Zealand indie electronic band The Naked and Famous from their third studio album, ''Simple Forms''. It was released on 8 July 2016 as the album's lead single. Background After touring in support of their second studio album, ''In Rolling Waves'' (2013), the band began a sabbatical in mid-2014 from touring. Their third studio album, ''Simple Forms'', was recorded at Powers' home studio in Echo Park, Los Angeles, amidst the end of an eight-year romantic relationship between lead vocalists Alisa Xayalith and Thom Powers. Xayalith stated, "It's been two years since we came off the road and a lot of life has happened in and all around us. We've been broken here and picked ourselves up again—so maybe this chorus talk a little to that experience...love, grief, time passing and returning to a place where we are lucky to have each other." According to keyboardist Aaron Short, "Higher" was planned for inclusion on ''In Rolling Waves'', and was originally "a lot m ...
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Higher (Laura Tesoro Song)
"Higher" is song performed by Belgian singer Laura Tesoro. The song was released as a digital download on 28 April 2017 by Sony Music Entertainment, Sony Music Entertainment Belgium. The song peaked at number 21 in Belgium. The song was written by Laura Tesoro, Wouter Vander Veken and produced by Kyle Kelso. Track listing Charts Weekly charts Year-end charts Release history References

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Higher (Gloria Estefan Song)
"Higher" is a 1996 song by American singer and songwriter Gloria Estefan. It was released as the fourth single from her seventh studio album, ''Destiny (Gloria Estefan album), Destiny''. The song was released a double-side single along with "I'm Not Giving You Up" in the U.S. and Canada, but in other countries was a solely single. The video made for the song is not available as the original version album, only as the "Big Red Video Remix" in the video ''Don't Stop!''. When performed live at some concerts song, the song is mixed with Estefan's smash Latin hit "Tres Deseos". Critical reception AllMusic editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine wrote in his review of ''Destiny (Gloria Estefan album), Destiny'', that the song rank with Estefan's finest work, with the other album tracks "Reach (Gloria Estefan song), Reach" and "I'm Not Giving You Up". Larry Flick from ''Billboard (magazine), Billboard'' described it as a "festive street-party anthem". The Daily Vault's Mark Millan called it a "ch ...
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Higher (The Game Song)
"Higher" is a song by West Coast rapper The Game (rapper), The Game, released as the fourth single from his debut album ''The Documentary'' exclusively in France on March 7, 2005. Composition In the song, rapper Dr. Dre tells listeners to "Look out for ''Detox''", ''Detox'' being the anticipated third studio album by Dr. Dre. Now, over ten years after the song's release, ''Detox'' has yet to be released. Dr. Dre has since scrapped Detox, & has now released Compton: A Soundtrack. Chart performance Having received a single release in France, the song debuted at number forty-seven on the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique, country's national singles chart. Although "Higher" was not officially released in the United States, it peaked at number eight on the US Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart based on airplay. References

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