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Hustle Gang is a mass market streetwear brand. As we transform and mold the looks of street fashion into the wider market, we keep our eye on the street style perspective. Real streetwear is edgy and brash in its terminology and word play as well as in its graphic language. This style can be sometimes rude and off putting but that's also what makes it street. Deeply speaking in the twisted tongue of slang, closer to the trend turns as expressed in the industry. Hustle Gang Block By Block - H.G.O.E.! 

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" Gloria " ( Italian pronunciation:  [ˈɡlɔːrja] ) is a 1979 love song that became an international hit . The song was originally written and composed in Italian by Umberto Tozzi and Giancarlo Bigazzi , and afterwards translated to English by Jonathan King . A 1982 cover version by Laura Branigan sold over one million singles in the United States alone.

Umberto Tozzi first recorded "Gloria" in 1979; [1] that summer the song stayed on the Italian Top-10 chart for sixteen weeks, six of them at number 2. The song stayed four weeks at number 1 in both, Switzerland and – in a translated version – Spain . That same year saw Tozzi's "Gloria" achieve hit status in Austria at number 4, Belgium at number 3, the Netherlands at number 21, France at number 3, and Germany where the track reached number 8. [2]

Tozzi's "Gloria" is a love song , [1] [3] as is the first English rendering of the song, [4] recorded by its original English-language lyricist, Jonathan King , in November 1979; [5] Tozzi later recorded and performed King's translated version of "Gloria". [6] He also re-recorded the song with Trevor Veitch 's and Laura Branigan 's English lyrics; this version appears on his 2002 release, The Best of Umberto Tozzi .

In 2011, the song was brought up to date with a set of new house mixes by Alex Gaudino and Jason Rooney. [7] The music video stars Umberto and Natasha Tozzi. [8]

Tozzi's original version of "Gloria" was a soundtrack selection for two distinct films in 2013, The Wolf of Wall Street [9] and Gloria . [10]

Atlantic Records ' managing director Doug Morris suggested that Laura Branigan work with producer Jack White , who suggested that she record an English version of Tozzi's hit "Gloria". Branigan recalled that on hearing the Tozzi track, "We gave it the American kick and rewrote the lyrics and off she went." [26] Branigan's remake of "Gloria" was co-produced by White with Greg Mathieson, who had been the arranger of, and the keyboardist on Tozzi's original song, while also being the primary keyboardist on the Branigan album.

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" Gloria " ( Italian pronunciation:  [ˈɡlɔːrja] ) is a 1979 love song that became an international hit . The song was originally written and composed in Italian by Umberto Tozzi and Giancarlo Bigazzi , and afterwards translated to English by Jonathan King . A 1982 cover version by Laura Branigan sold over one million singles in the United States alone.

Umberto Tozzi first recorded "Gloria" in 1979; [1] that summer the song stayed on the Italian Top-10 chart for sixteen weeks, six of them at number 2. The song stayed four weeks at number 1 in both, Switzerland and – in a translated version – Spain . That same year saw Tozzi's "Gloria" achieve hit status in Austria at number 4, Belgium at number 3, the Netherlands at number 21, France at number 3, and Germany where the track reached number 8. [2]

Tozzi's "Gloria" is a love song , [1] [3] as is the first English rendering of the song, [4] recorded by its original English-language lyricist, Jonathan King , in November 1979; [5] Tozzi later recorded and performed King's translated version of "Gloria". [6] He also re-recorded the song with Trevor Veitch 's and Laura Branigan 's English lyrics; this version appears on his 2002 release, The Best of Umberto Tozzi .

In 2011, the song was brought up to date with a set of new house mixes by Alex Gaudino and Jason Rooney. [7] The music video stars Umberto and Natasha Tozzi. [8]

Tozzi's original version of "Gloria" was a soundtrack selection for two distinct films in 2013, The Wolf of Wall Street [9] and Gloria . [10]

Atlantic Records ' managing director Doug Morris suggested that Laura Branigan work with producer Jack White , who suggested that she record an English version of Tozzi's hit "Gloria". Branigan recalled that on hearing the Tozzi track, "We gave it the American kick and rewrote the lyrics and off she went." [26] Branigan's remake of "Gloria" was co-produced by White with Greg Mathieson, who had been the arranger of, and the keyboardist on Tozzi's original song, while also being the primary keyboardist on the Branigan album.


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