Runnin' (Lose It All) Naughty Boy feat. Beyonce & Arrow Benjam
You've been singing along to these famous songs for years, but we bet you didn't realise your most loved hits were actually written by other famous faces.
The Whitney Houston classic will forever be remembered as one of her most iconic love songs and featured in the 1992 movie 'The Bodyguard'. It has since become one of the best-selling singles of all time and even re-charted in 2012 after her death, making it the second single ever to reach the top three on the Billboard Hot 100 in separate chart runs.
Whitney Houston's track has become so iconic, that not many people know 'I Will Always Love You' was originally released by Dolly Parton in 1974 as the second single from her thirteenth solo studio album, Jolene. The country singer has written the song for her partner and mentor Porter Wagoner, whom she was professionally splitting at the time. Picture: PA
This is probably one of the only rap songs to have become a karaoke classic and a Heart favourite. The song which released on Coolio's which was famously featured on the soundtrack for the 1995 movie Dangerous Minds, the biggest selling single that year and has been listed in Billboard's Greatest Songs of All-Time. It sold over 5 million copies worldwide and even earned the star a grammy.
Stevie Wondermay not be a rap aficionado, but the famous hit 'Gangster's Paradise' used samples from his 1976 song "Pastime Paradise". The song was one of the first to use a synthesisers and features on his of his most critically acclaimed works 'Songs In The Key Of Life'.
Long before Miley Cyrus became a professional twerker known for her outrageous antics, the former 'Hannah Montana' star was gaining commercial success with this infectious pop track. The 2009 reached number 2 in the U.S Billboard charts and the lyrics reflect her relocating from Nashville, Tennessee, to Hollywood, California.
We all know Jessie J for her catchy hits and feisty persona, so it comes as a surprise that she had initially 'Party In The USA'. However after deciding it was not edgy enough for her, she and producer Dr Luke passed it to Cyrus and adjusted the lyrics to fit her persona.
The former Destiny's Child star has always been known for her independent women anthems, and her 2006 track is no different. The song, which encourages ladies to get rid of their cheating boyfriends, became Beyoncé's fourth number-one in the U.S, was the most successful release from her album 'B'Day' and remained at the top of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart for ten weeks!
Can you believe that 'Irreplaceable' was actually written by Ne-Yo? Whatsmore, the track was originally a country song which was re-arranged as a mid-tempo R&B-Pop ballad because the pair wanted to create a record that either gender could relate to.
This is Michael Jackson's performance at Milton Keynes Bowl in 1988. It's the year he also acted in his first feature film, Moonwalker.