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7th Nov '17 11:42:52 AM DarcyFoster
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* Craig David did this with his first three songs. Whilst ''Fill Me In'' and ''Seven Days'' were just namedrops, ''Re-Rewind The Crowd Say Bo Selecta'' (which he did with Artful Dodger) featured the lyric:
-->With Craig David all over your ''(boink sound effect)''
* Music/SClub7 almost invoked this with both ''S Club Party'' and ''Don't Stop Movin''' (the latter having "Don't stop movin' to the S Club beat").
18th Oct '17 10:28:41 AM Twentington
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* Also similarly, Trace Adkins says "Here's Johnny!" before Jonathan Yudkin's fiddle solo on "Rough & Ready".

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* Also similarly, Trace Adkins says "Here's Johnny!" before name-drops session musicians Jonathan Yudkin's Yudkin and Gordon Mote before their respective fiddle solo and piano solos on "Rough & Ready".
24th Sep '17 11:58:32 AM Twentington
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* Partial example in "My Town" by Montgomery Gentry. Near the end of the song, Eddie Montgomery sings "Maybe later on, me and ol' T-Roy will show you 'round our town", in reference to Troy Gentry, the other half of the duo.

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* Partial example in "My Town" by Montgomery Gentry. Near the end of the song, Gentry did this twice: Eddie Montgomery sings "A few close friends, Charlie, Troy, and me" in "All Night Long", a duet with Charlie Daniels, and in "My Town", he sings "Maybe later on, me and ol' T-Roy will show you 'round our town", in reference town". "Troy" or "T-Roy" obviously refers to Troy Gentry, the other half of the duo.
17th Sep '17 6:36:53 PM wolftickets1969
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* The early [[HouseMusic house]] single "Welcome" by Gino Latino has both this and a TitleDrop in the intro.

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* The early [[HouseMusic house]] single "Welcome" by Gino Latino has both this and a TitleDrop in the intro.intro lyric.
17th Sep '17 6:36:11 PM wolftickets1969
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* "This is The Outhere Brothers. Back in the room, giving you the boom.", from "Boom Boom Boom".
* The early [[HouseMusic house]] single "Welcome" by Gino Latino has both this and a TitleDrop in the intro.
* The single version of Mike Mareen's "Love Spy" opens with "Hi, this is Mike Mareen".
16th Sep '17 6:10:55 PM Schroeder1174
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** A StealthPun version exists in "...Ready For It?", along with a ShoutOut:

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** A StealthPun version exists in "...Ready For It?", along with also functioning as a ShoutOut:
16th Sep '17 6:10:27 PM Schroeder1174
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** A StealthPun version exists in "...Ready For It", along with a ShoutOut:

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** A StealthPun version exists in "...Ready For It", It?", along with a ShoutOut:
16th Sep '17 6:08:37 PM Schroeder1174
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** A StealthPun version exists in "...Ready For It", along with a ShoutOut:
-->And he can be my jailer, [[Creator/RichardBurton Burton]] to this [[Creator/ElizabethTaylor Taylor]]
12th Sep '17 11:49:51 PM KumoriRaven
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* If you are Set It Off, you may do this more than once and in more than 1 way on original tracks and covers.
** In the song Duality of of the album of the same name is the most subtle way of using this trope.
-->"That you could not perceive this freak, gonna Set It Off"
** In the track Hypnotized off of their album Upside Down, verse 2 has a line referencing the lead singer of the band, Cody Carson.
-->"Oh me? Cody died and itís no more nice guy season"
27th Aug '17 9:59:57 AM lalaTKG
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* ''Music/{{Tsukiuta}'s'' theme song, "Tsuki no Uta", has all of the singers hide their names in the song, coming one after the other either blatantly or using the rough equivalent word as a substitute. There's 12 of them, so everyone gets to sing their own part.

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* ''Music/{{Tsukiuta}'s'' ''Music/{{Tsukiuta}}'s'' theme song, "Tsuki no Uta", has all of the singers hide their names in the song, coming one after the other either blatantly or using the rough equivalent word as a substitute. There's 12 of them, so everyone gets to sing their own part.
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