Hype Williams' "Belly" So named because of the universal nature of it's depiction of the hopes and struggles associated with urban drug traffic/crime culture.
Nah, I'm fin' to go back to the spot to vibe out and just hit up The Anthem.
by Philip Stephenson January 9, 2006
On Networking apps like Tinder, Anthem or "My Anthem" means a music track that tells your (User's) story.
My Anthem is "Without me"
by always_and_forever March 4, 2019
I can't believe nobody has properly explained this.... anyway, "anthem", when used stylistically, means theme. For instance, if a venue, such as a dance club, has a contiguous design feel, it can be said that it sticks to an anthem.
Of course it can also mean a song that is used to convey underlying values, principles, spirit, commraderie, etc., eg. a national anthem.
"I appreciate the anthem of this Japanese resteraunt."

by zach_phx September 13, 2006
The term anthemic is not strictly a word, yet is used to describe music that has a particular presence to it/atmospheric feel.

In hardcore/punk an anthemic band would be one who have plentiful singalongs and a tight, melodic, and often heavy rhythm section. Bands such as Bane and With Honor are a good example of this.

Statement: "Woah this band are amazing, every song is really anthemic"

Reply: "Yeah, they're incredible."
by StefanNZ February 9, 2007
The bottom of an ant's pants... according to Brittany S. Pierce
Mr. Shuester: Can anyone tell me what an anthem is?
Brittany: The bottom of an ant's pants.
Mr. Shuester: So close!
by LoserLikeMe44 April 11, 2011
1. The most brilliant japanese band ever (Loudness fans, you don't know what you're missing =3)
3. A official song you sing with pride that's mostly patriotic-
National anthems are used in a wide array of contexts.
by andoru November 9, 2010
A cheesey, cliched, highly known and recognised trance/electronic song.
"The Trance DJ waz playin' all the ol' skool anthems. Shit waz off da heezy."
by Diego August 30, 2003