The music video for "When I Get Old" by RJ Thompson, follows the daily routine of getting dressed for work, travelling to work, and sitting at his desk doing mundane meaningless paperwork. He goes to lunch, then back to meaningless paperwork. After his day at the desk, he goes to the pub for a pint, catches the bus home and so be it.
RJ Thompson is a singer-songwriter from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. RJ is about as independent as an artist can become, for not only does he write all his own work, he does all the recording and running of his own record label, he manages all the booking of his own shows, and he also manages his own website which he created from scratch.[…] Read more »
The Voice, a successful vocal competition show that gives American Idol a run for its money; plans to do two more albums; and is busy doing live performances, most recently the Glastonbury Festival. If you need to see just how much Green is doing and where in the world he is, just watch his Twitter feed.
Because of so many commitments, from recording to performing, Green felt it was necessary to quit Rihanna’s LOUD tour. As her opening act, the singer was expected for 14 performances and already played a handful of them. No word yet on who’s replacing him, if anyone. […] Read more »
True Cee Lo Green fans remember the time before he was The Lady Killer, before he and Danger Mouse led fans to St. Elsewhere as soulful duo Gnarls Barkley and even before he was a Cab Calloway (Ironically, his real name is Thomas Calloway.) suit and wig-wearing celebrity judge on hit NBC music star search show, The Voice. Yes, before that, Cee Lo Green, was a barely known rapper in a barely known Southern rap group, Goodie Mob, a four-man subsidiary of the Outkast-sponsored Dungeon Family.
Being the “good” group member that he is, Green has announced that he will be returning to his rap roots to work on a new album with Goodie Mob, despite the fact that he’s been recording another Gnarls Barkley album for over a year.[…] Read more »
In January, Columbia Pictures put out a press release announcing a remake of Annie by Jay-Z and Will Smith. Smith’s company Overbrook Entertainment has been behind the movie, and his daughter Willow was cast in the title role. At the time, Columbia Pictures president Doug Belgrad stated in the press release: “The time is right to bring back Annie to the big screen. Of course, we’re true believers in Willow’s talent and believe she will be perfect in this role…Combining Willow with the Overbrook team that reimagined Karate Kid and the spectacular Jay-Z makes this a dream project. A decade ago, Jay-Z proved that the power of the underlying Broadway property remains, by showing how these songs could be reinterpreted for a new generation with ‘Hard-Knock Life’. […] Read more »
Yesterday, Drake announced plans to release a new single in July, three months before his sophomore album is due. According to the singer’s Twitter account, the new single is titled “Marvin’s Room” (does this allude to the 1996 movie with Leonardo DiCaprio?), and the album, Take Care, is expected to drop October 4. About the songs on his sophomore album, and essentially the first single, the singer mentioned in an interview with OMG! Music: "I only really know how to do one thing. I don’t know how to make generic songs about the struggle or things that aren’t about me.
"I just make songs about my life 'cause if you want me to be honest with you, that’s the best way I know how, the things that I’ve experienced and the things I’ve lived."[…] Read more »
US rapper, Tay Dizm, has just released his fourth music video release, "WINsday". This is one of the songs featured on a recent mixtape he released earlier this year in February. According to various websites, it seems that his mixtape Thank You For Being A Friend has been a huge hit with its twelve original songs and two bonus tracks. Artists featured on the mix include T-Pain, Sophia Fresh, Joey Galaxy, The Dizm Boys, One Chance and Desloc.
The video for "WINsday" was shot in a warehouse in Miami, Florida, and gives an insight into what the rapper does when he performs, as he did at the mixtape release party. Speaking about all the enjoyment he got out of making the video, Tay Dizm said, "I had fun with this video; you can see the real side of me. I was just enjoying myself and letting my fans see more of me as a performer in this video."[…] Read more »
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