I tossed an email to her management. I'll let you know if anything comes of it.
It was also sampled in a Jason Derulo song, "Whatcha Say", which was a pretty big hit back in 2009.
On-topic: This got me thinking - I've seen quite a few European acts on the RBN or in the pipelines, so perhaps a little digging around in the archives of the Eurovision Song Contest might yield a few possibilities? We have Lordi, winners of the contest in 2006, as official DLC after all. I can hardly start linking to over 1500 songs here, though, and I believe quite a few of the artists are signed to major labels, but a little search on Wikipedia brought up City Records (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_Records ; www.cityrecords.co.rs - unfortunately, the link to the English website doesn't seem to work anymore), and there were some names on that list that looked very familiar to a Eurovision fan.
(In case you have no clue what I'm talking about, allow me (or Wikipedia) to elaborate.)
Guitar/Bass: Expert (with a very few exceptions)
Most wanted DLC: "Luka", Suzanne Vega
this request is for my younger brother but he would love to get more Steam Powered Giraffe in rock band... he keeps bugging me to buy Electricity is in My Soul but I would much rather get a RB3 version of it... so much awesome keys and harmonies
"Fire has other worldly powers" -Lawdog1521
Wishlist (possible artists):
 The Killers
 The Cure
 Sum 41
 Linkin Park
 Green Day
 The Offspring
We've received a few songs about Giant Bomb, so how about any songs to do with Destructoid? One option is Born Depressed by Drill Queen, the theme song to the Jimquisition. Here's their contact page. They seem independent, but I couldn't fine any concrete information on that.
Otherwise, I'd like to request the Talking To Women About Videogames theme song by Jonathan Holmes. Couldn't find an email, but I'm sure he'll give you one if you ask him on Twitter.
Currently shooting for the top 10 total Pro Keys ranks on 360.
Warmen! Here's two of their songs
Salieri Strikes Back
War of the Worlds
Their songs would be very challenging and fun across all instruments, except for maybe vocals. Warmen has an insane keyboardist and would make a great addition to the RBN
I would kill for some Warmen.
That being said, They're on Spinefarm. I'm not exactly sure how Spinefarm works as a label.
We have bands like Amberian Dawn, Sonata Arctica, and Machinae Supremacy.
But then they have bands like Dragonforce, Nightwish, Children Of Bodom, and Rammstein who have only had official releases.
On a related note, I wonder how they got the UK rights for D'espairsRay and Mucc. I want more jRock. lol
 Tongiht Alive
 We Are The In Crowd
 Story Of The Year
 Escape The Fate