Whatta Man Salt 'N' Pepa feat. En Vogue
As Facebook celebrate its tenth birthday we take a look the 10 types of Facebook posts we can't get enough of, and would love to see more of in the next decade of the social networking's site.
We love it when an artist shows their fans some love with interesting behind-the-scenes footage, J Cole and Beyonce are two people worth giving a 'like' for insights like these.
All that 'you're the best fans in the world' stuff is very sweet, but Rihanna posting this 'Unapologetic' image after failing to win a VMA is so much sweeter.
Admittedly, quotes aren't for everyone. But Pharrell does such a good job of giving us morning inspiration we would be lost without them.
Because seeing a tinie-tinie-Tinie Tempah and his chubby cheeks is just brilliant.
And just more Tiësto generally, because the man is hilarious on every social network, not just Facebook.
We never expected to get our daily moment of tranquility from Wretch 32, but the rapper posts some very calming stuff.
When Beyonce posted about two young girls she had seen singing her song they became an internet phenomenon. Wouldn't it be great if Beyonce and other artists shared what has popped up on their news-feeds more?
So we'd rather see more uploads of Macklemore and Kendrick Lamar's inboxes, but second to that, we kind of secretly love all the soppy messages Macklemore posts. The guy's a sharer, let him get it all out.
It's a rare occasion Jay posts something that isn't promotional, but when he does it is brilliant. Remember this time Hov rated all of his albums from best to worst? More of that, from everyone, please.
Usually all we see are performances, glamorous photos and after-party shots. How nice it is when an artist like Drake lets us know he is just as dopey as the rest of us.