I mean she did perform this during the Super Bowl. The possibilities are endless with Victorious. Kickstart the game day vibe at your school with this gem from Karmin. Work hard and cheer harder with this techno masterpiece! With cameos from Ne-Yo and Akon, this song will be a fan favorite with your crowd. Shut the stadium down with this dance anthem! Made for flyers to strut their moves and techniques, Pound the Alarm has the energy, timing and personality needed for a showstopping cheer performance. Infectious and catchy, Where They From provides the right combination of spirit and fun required to rock your routine…plus when you have hit maker Pharrell joining the track you know this song will stand the test of time…just like your squad! Can someone say homecoming routine? A little techno and a hint of 30s swing makes this song a go-to for a themed performance.
The Story Behind 8-Count Mixer
OMI first began developing the song in , when he created its melody. It was refined over several years alongside famed Jamaican producer Clifton Dillon. It was first recorded with veteran session musicians Sly and Robbie and Dean Fraser. Released as a single on independent label Oufah, the song saw success in Jamaica, where it topped the charts, and also attracted airplay in Hawaii and Dubai.
What will I get?
Cheerleading music is driven by customization. Song selections, voice overs and sound effects are the most common types of customizations that go into every made-to-order cheer mix. However, these customizations have been accompanied by higher prices and longer turnaround times.
If the Netflix docuseries Cheer is any indication, there's a sense of acceleration to almost everything about cheerleading these days: physical risk, technical skill, personal celebrity, and financial reward. And the music is no exception. Gone are the chaste chants from the s —modern cheer squads perform to rah-rah-sis boom-bangers that make even Jock Jams sound sleepy. Over the course of 2 minutes and 15 seconds, the standard length of a college routine, today's cheer mixes flip through a dozen club tracks and soundalike covers of pop songs, propelled by cascading EDM drops, pump-up raps, and more laserbeam samples than one could ever count.