After promising to keep his new identity a secret, Henry must navigate a double life balancing the challenges of eighth grade with the crazy adventures of a crime fighter.
In the episode where Henry is framed for ruining a birthday party, Nathan Kress is seen being interrogated his third appearance on a show that is not i Carly the first two being Drake and Josh and Victorious.
The first verse was made later in the year while West was on Usher's Evolution Tour.
Lastly, the original third verse was taken from an unreleased song called "Drop Dead Gorgeous," which West had produced and rapped on for Murphy Lee of St. About a year later, right before "Gold Digger" was set to be released as a single, West decided to write a different third verse and in a week the new song was recorded and mastered at Sony Music Studios in New York City.
After being uprooted from New York to New Orleans, the Hathaways were ready to just get back to their normal lives in their new home, but little did they know that a family of ghosts had the same idea.
Manny has moved to a new school, and it's not easy to fit in.
"Gold Digger" is a song recorded by American rapper Kanye West featuring guest vocals by Jamie Foxx.
Released as the second single from West's second album, Late Registration (2005), "Gold Digger" peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 on September 6, 2005, becoming West's and Foxx's second number one single.
Today, Gold Diggers’ slogan sums up the synergy the partners hope to cultivate: “Drink. Record.” Artists can stay at the hotel for a few weeks, roll out of bed and into the studio and, if the mood takes them, even do a live show at the 150-capacity club.
It’s an unparalleled opportunity to establish a creative campus where music artists and recording industry professionals can cross paths, share ideas, have a drink, sleep it off, and ultimately bring new music into the world.
After recording another version, Foxx decided to re-record it once more as he felt it contained too many explicit lyrics.
Once the track was finally in place, it was layered with additional instruments provided by American film score composer Jon Brion and individually selected by West.
Not wanting to let it go to waste, West decided to keep the beat for himself and add lyrics expressed from a male's point-of-view.