Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Britney Spears premiered her newest videos for her song "Hold It Against Me" tonight and she made the most of the event. The post video event had special guests Pauly D. of Jersey Shore and Brian Friedman, the choreographer of the video. Spears has been teasing fans for two weeks with sneak peaks from the video which features her in multiple costumes. Fans seemed to really like the video and it was a great step forward for Spears.
Monday, February 14, 2011
This album will be the band's first since their 2007 release "In Rainbows". The band promises something much different from their last album. Though the digital version goes on sale this weekend, the physical package won't be available until May 9. The CD release is going to be much pricer and will contain a CD, to 10" vinyl records and apparently quite a few sheets of artwork.
Sunday, February 13, 2011
Don't be a drag, just be a queen" and "No matter gay, straight or bi/ Lesbian, transgendered life/ I'm on the right track, baby/ I was born to survive," it's hard to argue with that statement. I've heard a lot of opinions about the new song and I wanted to hear some of your opinions, for those of you who have heard it.
Personally I think it's kind of a step backwards for her. Listening to the song on the radio, you wouldn't know it's Lady Gaga if you hadn't heard about it already. It's missing that signature Lady Gaga "wtf factor". It sounds like it could be anybody. It sounds like The Spice Girls, or Madonna. It sounds like she traded in musical interest in this song and just went with provoking lyrics. And seriously, what's with showing up to the Grammy's in an egg??
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Once again Weezy is in the headlines, this time making news with one of my favorite artists, Travis Barker. The former Blink-182 drummer invited critics to come listen to his first solo album "Can a Drummer Get Some?". The title track from the album features verses by Rick Ross, Swizz Beats, and of course, Lil Wayne.
Barker said their collaboration really began at last year's Grammy's when he joined Weezy, Eminem, and Drake for their performance of "Forever". He said that they would often just break into beats and the rappers would freestyle and it was just an all around great time. I know I'm looking forward to hearing Barker's whole album and am looking forward to more collaboration between Barker and Wayne.
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Lil Wayne's 6 Foot 7 Foot video was set to be premiered tonight (Thursday) at 8 PM on MTV and MTV.com but unfortunately Wayne has had to postpone the release as apparently he is putting the finishing touches on the video. He hasn't made it clear when the video will be debuted now. We will post any updates.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
The video took about 4 days to film in New York City and it features Gaga in a range of roles including quite a bit of gender-bending, not something new to Gaga. The video was directed by Jonas Akerlund who also just finished working on the new Brittney Spears "Hold It Against Me" which has been causing quite a bit of buzz.
Gaga is ready to debut the video on Friday, two days earlier than expected, and she will perform the song at the Grammy's on Sunday.
Monday, February 7, 2011
Last week when asked about their upcoming performance on Saturday Night Live that took place this Saturday night and they promised a show that would be "unique". They were right as we all found out when we watched their performance which featured video screens, laser lights, and some black and white imagery. Linkin Park is working extra hard at the moment to put their best foot forward as they promote their newest album, "A Thousand Suns". The album took them 2 years to make and they endured a lot of criticism about the quality of the album but now their biggest hit from the album is doing well in the charts. Their appearance and high-energy show on Saturday Night Live can only help them promote their new album. We wish them the best of luck!
The video for Weezy's new hit will be released on Thursday at 8 pm ET on MTV and MTV.com. Though everyone is keeping quiet about what the video includes, experts who have seen it say it will be a "game changer". After the video debut Wayne will sit down for his first live interview since being released from prison last year. Fans will also have the chance to submit questions and comments to Wayne at MTV.com, Facebook, or Twitter either in advance or during the event. Wayne's protégé Drake also promises that the video will be worth watching and says that Wayne's creative approach has been top form since being released from prison.
Sunday, February 6, 2011
The Black Eyed Peas haven't published a set-list but they promised a show "packed with energy". They want to keep the show moving with a strong and fun party vibe. The Black Eyed Peas are just returning from a South American tour where they played many stadium shows so they should be ready to give everyone a great show.