What song does Paper Planes sound like?

“Paper Planes” is a song written and recorded by British hip hop artist M.I.A. for her second studio album, Kala (2007). Produced and co-written by her and Diplo, the song features an interpolation of English rock band the Clash’s 1982 song “Straight to Hell”, leading to its members being credited as co-writers.

What song is sampled in MIA Paper Planes?

M.I.A.’s ‘Paper Planes’ sample of The Clash’s ‘Straight to Hell’ | WhoSampled.

What movie has the song Paper Planes?

Slumdog MillionairePaper Planes / Movie

How do you make a paper airplane that flies for a long time?

Paper Airplane DIY

  1. Fold the paper in half horizontally.
  2. Unfold the paper and fold each of the top corners into the center line.
  3. Fold the peak down to meet the edge of the previous fold.
  4. Fold the upper sides into the center line.
  5. Fold the top edge 1/2” away from you.
  6. Fold the plane in half towards you.

What is the song with the cash register sound?

All I wanna do is take your money
In the original, Mathangi Arulpragasam, who goes by the stage name M.I.A., sings: “All I wanna do is take your money”, punctuated by gunshots and the sound of a cash register.

Does Jay Z own Paper Planes?

Looking to secure the brand’s logo for retail distribution. JAY-Z’s S. Carter Enterprises has filed documents to acquire the rights to Roc Nation’s apparel brand Paper Planes.

What does Jay-Z Paper Planes mean?

The paper planes logo was created by JAY-Z’s business partner Emory Jones (aka “Vegas”) who is the Head of Lifestyle at Roc Nation. Jones recently partnered with New Era to launch a special collection of baseball caps honoring the five boroughs of New York. Each cap features the paper planes logo.

How much is Roc Nation worth?

Jay-Z, Roc Nation Invest In Digital Sports Platform Fanatics Now Valued At $18 Billion.