Asher attended high school with artist Shwayze and photographer Lauren Dukoff. During her time there, she worked for directors Michel Gondry and Terry Gilliam.

Other musical projects include a band called Optimo, which she formed with friends in Los Angeles, and a brief side project with Frank Staniszewski (keyboardist of Big City Rock) called Not In Town.

Now a solo artist, Asher still writes her own music, blogs and creates tour footage montages.

Nowadays it's usually considered a sub-trope of Let's Duet, although some are also Crowd Songs. If possible, please elaborate a bit on your examples.

While just the lines themselves are fine, having what's being talked about in them as well is better.

From there, she took a leave of absence from university to join Cobra Starship, and 18 at the time. In 2007, she and her Cobra Starship bandmates went on the Fall Out Boy headlined Honda Civic Tour, along with 44, The Academy Is..., and Paul Wall.

She provided vocals in place of Carol Heller on 44’s song “Make You Smile".

Call-and-response is a form of music sung by (or at least from the perspective of) two or more people.

Rather than sing the same part or do different verses, one person sings a statement, the other gives a reply to it.

The band Cobra Starship released their second album ¡Viva La Cobra! Their third album, Hot Mess, was released on August 11, 2009, and debuted at #4 on Billboard 200 albums chart with sales of more than 42,000.

His family emigrated to the United States when he was four, settling in Queens, New York, where his father sold scarves on the street before going to medical school for seven years.

Of his teenage years, Saporta recalled, "I was pretty much just as obnoxious as I am now, but louder.