Performed by Miguel featuring Natalia Lafourcade
"Remember Me (Dúo)" is a song from the 2017 film "Coco", and the song won an Academy Award. The song is performed variously within the film. Miguel and Natalia Lafourcade perform a pop version of the song that is featured in the film's end credits.
Performed by Patti LaBelle with Edwin Hawkins
"Leap of Faith" is a 1992 film directed by Richard Pearce and starring Steve Martin, Debra Winger, Lolita Davidovich, Liam Neeson, and Lukas Haas. The soundtrack features the track "Ready for a Miracle", performed by Patti LaBelle with Edwin Hawkins.
Performed by Mary J. Blige
"Real Love" is a song by American singer Mary J. Blige. It was written by Cory Rooney and Mark Morales for her debut album "What's the 411?" (1992). It became Blige's first top ten pop hit, peaking at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100.
Performed by Amy Winehouse
"Rehab" is a song written and performed by Amy Winehouse, from her second and final studio album "Back to Black" (2006). The song won three Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
Performed by Mariah Carey
"Reflections (Care Enough)" is a song written and produced by American singer Mariah Carey and Philippe Pierre for Carey's first soundtrack album, "Glitter". The song is also featured on Carey's 2009 compilation album, "The Ballads".
Performed by Christina Aguilera
"Reflection" is a song written and produced by Matthew Wilder and David Zippel for the soundtrack of Disney's 1998 animated film "Mulan". A single version of the song was recorded by American singer Christina Aguilera and became her debut single.
Performed by Katy Perry
"Roar" is a song by Katy Perry. The song sold 9.9 million units (combined sales and track-equivalent streams) globally according to the IFPI. "Roar" has sold 6.4 million copies in the United States, and over 1 million in the United Kingdom.
Performed by Diana Ross
"Reach out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)" was the debut solo single of Motown singer Diana Ross, released in April 1970. It peaked at #20 on the Billboard Hot 100, #10 on the Cash Box Top 100, and #7 on the R&B charts with 500,000 copies sold.