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#tvojamuzika quiz

Test your musical knowledge, and win cool merchandise.

Complete the Mark Ronson song title: Uptown...

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Who sings Call Me Maybe?

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Complete the Rihanna lyric: “We found love in a...”

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What are you gonna hear Katy Perry do?

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In which video does Michael Jackson play a zombie?

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Which country is Gangnam Style from?

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What comes before “...Baby One More Time?”

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Complete the Cyndi Lauper song title: “Girls Just Want to...”

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What will Lorde never be?

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What is the song that launched Justin Bieber to superstardom?

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12 fun facts about music!

-Your heartbeat changes to mimics the music you listen to.

-Listening to happy vs. sad music can affect the way you perceive the world around you.

-An “earworm” is a song that  you can’t seem to get out of your head.

-Music triggers activity in the same part of the brain that releases Dopamine, the “pleasure chemical”.

-Music is often prescribed to patients with Parkinson’s Disease and stroke victims.

-According to a study, Learning a musical instrument can improve fine motor and reasoning skills.

-The chills you get when you listen to music, is mostly caused by the brain releasing dopamine while anticipating the peak moment of a song.

-There are few activities in life that utilizes the entire brain, and music is one of them.

-Playing music regularly will physically alter your brain structure.

-The brain responds to music the same way it responds to something that you eat.

-Listening to music while exercising can significantly improve your work-out performance.

-An emotional attachment could be the reason for your favorite song choice.