Seattle-based folk band, Fleet Foxes, has just released its latest album "Helplessness Blues". This is their second album as a follow-up to their highly critically acclaimed eponymous album of 2008. By the end of 2008, their debut album, "Fleet Foxes", had reached coveted gold certification.
The new album has been very positively received. According to review-aggregate site "Metacritic", the scores indicate a rating of "universal acclaim", meaning that the album has to be exceptionally good. Independent magazine critics have also laid out their praises for this new instalment.
The lyrics are what makes the album superior. Frontman, Robin Pecknold, is a serious musician who writes songs as well as play guitar. In this album he has written his thoughts on "questions about who you're going to be... relationship stuff". […] Read more »
Selena Gomez has just revealed the title of the new album she is working on at the moment. Titled "Otherside", this third studio album is scheduled to be released on June 28 in the US.
The hit single 'Who Says' was pre-released earlier this year in March as a tempter to what her fans are likely to be hearing when the new album arrives. The music video was premiered on The Disney Channel soon after. During a recent interview, Selena said, "This song is such a great message for my fans, and it really touched me when I heard it." So popular has the song been that a Spanish version is now in the process of being made. Just this week on May 2, she wrote on her Facebook page, "Recording the spainsh version of Who Says :) Dices, que soy imperfecta." […] Read more »
Pop singer Lady Gaga was reportedly furious today when a leaked video for her song Judas was leaked to the web. The video was shown by Digitalspy.co.uk, but has subsequently been removed from the site, in all probability at the insistence of Lady Gagas record company.
The video for Judas will be premiered later today, and features the 12 disciples as a motorcycle gang, with Lady Gaga playing Mary Magdelene, and actor Norman Reedus playing Judas. As expected, the video has seen a fair amount of controversy from religious groups who questioned Lady Gagas decision to feature biblical characters, and her talent.
Lady Gaga was not happy about the leak, tweeting: "Stop leaking my motherfucking videos". Like the video the Tweet has now been removed.[…] Read more »
Katy Perry's next single is set to be 'Last Friday Night (TGIF)'.
The 'Firework' singer has also revealed the official artwork for the song - which appears on her latest album 'Teenage Dream' - features the 26-year-old beauty wearing a mouth guard and glasses, and looking very nerdy.
The picture was taken when Katy - who is married to comedian Russell Brand - hosted the Teen Choice Awards last year alongside co-hosts and stars of 'Glee' Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale and Mark Salling.
And Katy looks to have already shot the video for the single, as she recently tweeted: "I told someone about my new music video I just filmed & they responded with "wow, that's gonna break the internet"...should I knock on wood?"[…] Read more »
A music video by Jennifer Lopez has just premiered on "The Today Show" in the US for her new single "I'm Into You". Filmed on a Mexican beach, a scantily clad J. Lo makes her moves in the clip with muscular Cuban model and actor, William Levy.
Most of the clip is about the two of them being romantically involved with each other on the beach and in the foreshore.
The slow and easy movement on the beach is then redirected to an elegantly dressed Lopez standing on the steps of an ancient Mayan pyramid. She then makes a series of moves and dance routines on, around and seemingly below the structure. MTV commented that, "Along with the song's midtempo beat, 'I'm Into You' also features an unexpected dance breakdown, where Lopez bursts into some swift choreography to a clip of her Love? cut 'Papi'." […] Read more »
Cirque du Soleil is about to honour the world's King of Pop with a brand new show, "Michael Jackson THE IMMORTAL World Tour... ". Already rated as the most expensive show in the French company's history, the $US57 million tour will premiere in Montreal, and then wind its way through 30 cities across the US including New York, Miami, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Bookings on the Cirque du Soleil website are already open up until July 2012.
Without a doubt, Michael Jackson's concert tours were without question the greatest entertainment events in living history. His "Bad World Tour" in 1987 went through 15 countries and played to over 4.4 million fans. Back then it was recognised as the biggest and best. […] Read more »
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