Written-By, Producer, Mixed By, Engineer – Mike Shinoda
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Текст песни: You ready Lets go Yeah, for those of you who want to know what we're all about It's like this y'all c'mon. Текст песни: coming out the bottom of the mother fucking totem pole calling everyone wo aint believe like i toltd them hoes now they on my scrotum so long its. Remember the Name is a rap song by Fort Minor, the side project of rock band Linkin Park's co-lead vocalist Mike Shinoda. It is the second single from his 2005 album The Rising Tied and features underground hip hop band Styles of Beyond. It was released alongside the album's first single, Petrified. A music video for the song was directed by Kimo Proudfoot. Directed By Sunu Gonera. Remember The Name is a song by American hip hop ensemble Fort Minor, the side project of rock band Linkin Park's co-lead. It is the second track from Fort Minor's debut album The Rising Tied. the video for Remember the Name from Fort Minor's Sampler Mixtape for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Remember the Name was leaked onto the Internet on August 20, 2005, several months prior to the album's release. It was also planned to be the first single from The Rising Tied but this changed just before the album came onto the shelves, and Fort Minor released Petrified and Believe Me instead, reserving Remember the Name for later. About Remember the Name. Fort Minor is a side project of Linkin Parks Mike Shinoda. Remember the Name was the lead single from their album The Rising Tied. The song also served as a promo song for the 2010 remake of The Karate Kid, as well as the promo song for the start of Wrestlemania 32. Remember the Name Track Info. Songs in album Fort Minor - Remember The Name 2011. Fort Minor - Remember The Name. 04:00 320 Кб. by Fort Minor. Album: The Rising Tied 2005. Charted: 66. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . songfacts . Shinoda is obviously intending all those items to add up to 100 percent to remember the name, but because the musician uses the word and, technically his lyrics add up to 200 percent. Someone did spot the less-than-correct math and called out Shinoda on Twitter. The Linkin Park vocalist responded by claiming artistic license. And 100' sounded better than 'that's 100,' he replied. More songs from Fort Minor. More songs about the music industry. More songs from 2005. Lyrics to Remember The Name. Shinoda uses the name Fort Minor for his collaborations with Ryan Patrick Maginn Ryu and Takbir Bashir Tak, who themselves hail from the underground hip hop group Styles of Beyond. The song Remember the Name was used in promotional TV trailers for the 2006 movie Gridiron Gang, as well as the trailer for the remake of the movie The Karate Kid, an episode in the second season of TV show Numb3rs, and the film The Smurfs 2. In November 2006, Fort Minor released a video for Where'd You Go. new Fort Minor album after Linkin Park's sixth studio album, which was planned for release in 2014. Remember The Name is a song by American hip hop ensemble Fort Minor, the side project of rock band Linkin Park's co-lead vocalist Mike Shinoda. Let's go yeah don't you, wanna know 10 percent 20 percent, skill, 15 percent concentrated power of will five percent pleasure. 50 percent He doesn't need his name up in lights. He just wants to be heard whether it's the beat of them