Who does the song Boom Boom Boom Boom?

Who does the song Boom Boom Boom Boom?

Jhon Lee Hooker
Boom Boom/Artists

Who sang the song Boom Boom Boom Let’s go back to my room?

Paul Lekakis
Boom Boom Boom (Lets Go Back to My Room)/Artists

What year did the song Boom Boom Boom come out?

Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!/Released

What genre is Boom Boom Pow?

Boom Boom Pow/Genres

Who wrote song Boom Boom?

John Lee Hooker
Boom Boom/Composers

What ever happened to Paul lekakis?

He lives in the Los Angeles area. In a video interview, Ben Patrick Johnson referred to Lekakis as “my neighbor”.

How old is Paul lekakis?

About 55 years (October 1966)
Paul Lekakis/Age

Who wrote Boom Boom John Lee Hooker?

Boom Boom/Lyricists

How old is Vengaboys?

Years active 1997–2002 2006–present
Labels Breakin’ Records Violent Music BV
Website vengaboys.com
Members Kim Sasabone Denise Post-Van Rijswijk Robin Pors Donny Latupeirissa

How you remind me what year?

You Remind Me/Released

What is the song Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom about?

“Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!” is a 1999 party anthem from Dutch Eurodance group Vengaboys, released as the lead single from The Party Anthem. Lyrically, the song is about sex. Greatest Hits Part 1 (1998)

What is the duration of the new Akriti Kakar song ‘Boom Boom Boom’?

Boom Boom – Remix song from the album Best of Akriti Kakkar is released on Sep 2017. The duration of song is 04:38. This song is sung by Akriti Kakar.

What car advert is Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom?

In November 1999, “Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!” was used in an advert in Japan for Nissan for their Wingroad 5-door estate. In 2001, British furniture retailer DFS used the song to front a promotion campaign and their sales increased by ten per cent.

Where does ‘Boom Boom Boom’ rank on the ’90s Dance Songs list?

BuzzFeed ranked it number 71 in their list of “The 101 Greatest Dance Songs of the ’90s” in 2017. “Boom Boom Boom” was very successful on the chart on several continents, becoming the duo’s biggest hit to date. In Europe, it topped the charts in Germany, the Republic of Ireland, and the UK.