With roughly one week to go, it is officially time to start getting excited about the Electric Zoo Festival being held at Randall’s Island Park in New York City on the upcoming Labor Day Weekend. Not only is 2011’s Electric Zoo Festival going to be one of the biggest music festivals to hit NYC ever, in both size and talent, but it has been recognized by the International Dance Music Awards as one of the top festivals in the country. Not too bad for an event that is only in its third year.
This year, Made Event, the organization responsible for hosting the festival, upped the ante and instead Electric Zoo being a 2 day long event, festival-goers who purchased full weekend passes are in store for a 3 day weekend of mind bending electronica performances by some of the industry’s heaviest hitters. […] Read more »
When re-launching a movie franchise, what better way is there to make yourself visible than to work with OK Go? The band known for its low-budget web videos that gather millions of visits collaborated with the Muppets on a track for The Green Album and a corresponding video.
The video itself is not entirely new. Rather, the accompanying visuals for OK Go’s cover of “The Muppet Show” come from their past videos – “Here It Goes Again,” “This Too Shall Pass,” “White Knuckles,” and “All Is Not Lost – but now include Kermit, Gonzo, Miss Piggy, and the rest of the crew. Watch it below:[…] Read more »
Mutya, who quit the top-selling pop group in 2005, announced that she would be seeking legal action to obtain rights to the "Sugababes" brand name last year after the band's final original member Keisha Buchanan left the line up.
The 26-year old singer confirmed on her private Facebook account yesterday that she had won the rights, posting: "I won the official name of the Sugababes now! I deserve this! I’m over the moon!".
However, it has been revealed on the EU Trademark website that Buena only owns the rights to use the "Sugababes" name to market certain products such as "paper, cardboard and stationery".[…] Read more »
US singer-songwriter, Cee Lo Green, has just released the music video for his latest song, Cry Baby. Set in a 1950's environment, the clip begins with an overhead scene showing a residential street – with all the buildings immaculately painted and neatly kept. The motor cars are polished to perfection. The camera then zooms down to a young couple sitting outside on the steps having a conversation. Almost immediately it is obvious that they are trying to sort out a conflict.
Everything stops, the young man looks into the camera and is introduced: "Jaleel White as Cee Lo Green". (In case the name Jaleel White is unfamiliar, he is the now grown up Steve Urkel of Family Matters TV show run in the 1990's. […] Read more »
Lil' Wayne actually has a soft side.
We’re used to hearing him rap about, um, “making love” to “Every Girl" or having "No Love" for haters alongside Eminem, but on Wednesday, the rapper gave fans a sneak peek of the video for his surprising new song, “How to Love." The 36-second snippet shows a mashup of a woman in separate but equal stages of unrequited infatuation.
The first few seconds of the clip reveal the girl in what appears to be puppy love, sharing a sloppy kiss with an aggressive male. The second shows the same young woman with her two children, arguing over the phone with who we assume to be an absent father. […] Read more »
Brandy was always the cool older sister, the one we looked up to in the early nineties as she belted out wise-beyond-her-years tunes, usually accompanied by an infectious melody and complicated drum pattern with the help of her go-to producer, Darkchild, for her adolescent fans.
Then, 2000 showed up, and we shelved her, along with the other 90s-era divas, as a new crop of teen and tween pop stars (Beyonce, Britney, Christina) took over. Sure, her raspy vocals have showed up in bits and pieces throughout the years, giving us glimpses of her once heralded talent, but it seemed that her status as a top-selling singer had stalled.
Now, with news that Brandy has signed a new record deal with RCA/Chameleon Records, following her split from Epic Records, her reign may be returning.[…] Read more »
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