It’s time for another game of Heardle on this beautiful Thursday. It can get frustrating when the song title and artist are on the tip of your tongue, but you just can’t figure it out. If so, today’s Wordle answer and clues are just below to help keep your streak alive.
For newcomers Heardle, this is how the game works. There is one song a day and you get six attempts to find the title and artist. To begin with, you will listen to the first second of the song. Skip a guess or miss your attempt and you’ll hear more. It’s not the most complicated game in the world, but it’s definitely fun.
If you missed someone from the last days of Heardle games, these are the songs we had to guess:
Friday 29 April: “Young Hearts Run Free” by Candi Staton
Saturday 30 April: “I Will Be” from NSYNC
Sunday 1st May: “Killing in the Name” by Rage Against The Machine
Monday 2 May: “Manic Monday” by Bangles
Tuesday 3 May: “I Know What You Want” by Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey (feat. Flipmode Squad)
Wednesday 4th May: “Shivers” by Ed Sheeran
I’m a little disappointed with yesterday’s Heardle it wasn’t a Star Wars track like “Imperial March”, but c’est la vie.
If you can’t understand today’s one Heardle song, I got you We’ll start with some clues before we reveal the answer.
Here are your four clues for May 5th Heardle:
- This is listed as an R&B / hip-pop song on Wikipedia.
- It was released in 1999.
- This was a number one hit in many countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia, and Ireland. It has sold more than 5 million copies in the United States alone.
- This song won two Grammy Awards and was performed by the likes of Kelly Clarkson, Kacey Musgraves and Weezer.
Not enough to help you understand today’s one Heardle? If not, the answer is only further on.
Heardle response for May 5th
Of today Heardle the answer is “No Scrubs” by TLC.
This is an iconic song with, for many people, an unforgettable introduction. It sounds like one of those songs that most people will get right away or not at all. However, the lyrics come into play before the final hypothesis, so it may be enough to help other people recognize it.
It’s a great song of all time that you should be listening to in full right now:
If you happen to struggle with that of tomorrow Heardle, don’t go hunting for waterfalls. I’ll have the answer and some clues for you.
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