"Superstar (Remember How You Got Where You Are)" is a 1971 hit single for the Gordy (Motown) label, recorded by The Temptations and produced by Norman Whitfield. Something of an early ancestor to the "diss songs" prevalent in hip hop music towards the end of the 20th century, "Superstar" is an attack at two former Temptations members, David Ruffin (who had been fired back in 1968) and his cohort Eddie Kendricks (who quit the act in early 1971 and negotiated a Motown solo deal).
"Superstar" was the second single from British R&B star Jamelia's second album Thank You. The song, released in the UK on September 15, 2003, was a sleeper hit, entering the UK Top 10 at #8 but as airplay, video play and the general awareness of the track increased, after a month on the UK Singles Chart, the track climbed to a peak of #3. "Superstar" became the 26th biggest selling single of 2003, the first appearance for Jamelia in the Official Chart of the Year.
Superstar is a song by the Post-grunge/Hard Rock band Saliva. It was released in 2001 on their second album Every Six Seconds. Superstar is featured in various movies, events, and games.
"Superstar" is a 1969 song written by Leon Russell and Bonnie Bramlett, that has been a hit for many artists in different genres and interpretations in the years since; the most known version is by The Carpenters in 1971.
"Superstar" is the somewhat of a title song from the famous 1971 rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. It has a compelling melody married to a catchy rhythm, lending the song its efficacy.