After an extended leave from the spotlight following her departure as the leading lady of Nickelodeon’s 'Zoey 101' before becoming pregnant, Jamie Lynn Spears is making her comeback as a country singer per CNN. The twenty year old, who is the younger sister of pop princess Britney Spears, made her big debut this past Monday on November 7th with a performance at the Rutledge venue held in Nashville.
Spears reportedly sang a line-up of all her own original country songs to a full audience that included her parents, Lynne and Jamie, family, and friends, as well as country singer Pam Tillis. Britney Spears wasn’t able to be there since the Criminal singer is currently on tour in London, but she did twee[…] Read more »
While the Pixies continue their U.S. tour, frontman Frank Black has launched a record label. According to The Guardian, The Bureau aims to release Black's own music along with "the next big new sexy thing."
"I wasn't planning to start up my own record label," said Black. "I hope I get invited to some really intense high-end parties."
While the label was originally conceived to release Black's recording that fall outside the typical "one album per annum" schedule of labels, Black soon decided to release a collection of Harry Nilsson covers by Jeremy Dubs, due November 18th. Then came a project of former Captain Beefheart sideman Eric Drew Feldman (with Laurie Hall) called Knife and Pork as well as the release of an 11-year-old bootleg by Frank Black and the Catholics due next year.[…] Read more »
Canadian cutie Aleesia is entering the music industry by telling “mean guys” to “Kiss It Bye Bye.”
“It’s a girl power song, but it’s also very relatable,” said Aleesia to Rap-Up TV of the song produced by The Stereotypes. “It’s just about someone taking you for granted and not treating you the way that you should be treated as a woman.”
Aleesia could be seen riding around Burbank, Calif. during the shoot, with Big Sean, who is featured on the song, in tow.
However, the music video will include much more than the driving scene. “What we’re going to see is a cinematic interpretation of what’s going on in the song. There’s a bunch of different scenes.”
Big Sean was more than happy to work with the 21-year-old music star-in-training.[…] Read more »
After reports emerged that Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas would be leaving the group, there was talk that the band had already found someone to replace her. Rumor had it that R&B singer Ashanti would be the new addition to BEP. Truthfully, it did seem like quite the odd match up.
Some unknown source told MediaTakeOut, “The group had been looking for a replacement for some time. Ashanti was reportedly brought onto the group's world tour - as sort of an audition, to see if she could work with the band - and it worked out perfectly."
However Ashanti’s reps have addressed the rumor and told Entertainment Weekly, that the news was false. […] Read more »
Bruno Mars took time off from touring to call in On Air With Ryan Seacrest Monday about his current projects and the direction of his newest album, which he says he is excited to get started on.
“I’m kinda jonesin’ to just work,” said Mars to Seacrest “We did a gig in Hong Kong—we were out there for three days—and I said, ‘I would love to just be in a studio out here.’ And I got in and I couldn’t leave, so I just wanted to start some ideas for this next album.”
As for the subject matter of the upcoming LP, Mars is opting for a lighthearted feel as the theme of his sophomore musical offering.[…] Read more »
Rap newcomer Meek Mill has released the remix to his “Ima Boss” single—this time with added weight.
Rappers T.I., Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and Birdman jump on the five-minute track the second time around, with producers Swizz Beatz and DJ Khaled leading the single’s charge, each offering their own patented producer proclamations.
T.I. follows shortly afterward, his nonstop post-penitentiary flow putting to rest any doubts about his ability to continue his reign as King.
“Serious about my hustle all these cowards on that funny shit, Rappin’ ‘bout a bunch of shit, and you ain’t even done it yet,” he taunts.
Swizz offers a sidebar verse that is laced throughout the rest of the song, which is backed up by Mill’s screaming declaration of thug.[…] Read more »
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