Female Singers R Us

Monday, 29 September 2014

Are You Musically Tone Deaf? Take This Test And Find Out!

I am not tone deaf!

Have you ever wondered how accurate your ability to distinguish between pitches is? Well wonder no more and take this simple quiz at Tonedeaftest.com to find out. (Don't worry, no login whatsoever is required.)

[New Music] Aretha Franklin Covers Adele's "Rolling In The Deep"

"Drunk aunt" pretty much sums up my thoughts on this, must have been a one-take, cover by Aretha Franklin of Adele's  Rolling in the Deep. The addition of  Ain't No Mountain High Enough at the end is just as unexpected as some of the weird vocal choices made by the Diva, but I can see why the producer added it. Aretha's improv sounds better, and less jarring, over that than the Rolling in the Deep backing.

Saturday, 27 September 2014

[Watch] Lady Gaga Covers "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)", Live

Lady Gaga has a new album to promote, didn't cha know?! Well, it's not strictly just a Gaga affair. In tow is legendary crooner Tony Bennett, with who she has collaborated on said album, Cheek to Cheek (is it wrong that that title makes me smirk?).

[Album Review] Kylie + Garibay - "Sleepwalker" EP

Kylie Minogue's last album, Kiss Me Once, didn't exactly set the world alight with its over-produced brand of pop. Though I enjoyed the LP- not as much as her previous releases, mind- something just didn't ring true with its direction or sound. It was as if the album was missing its heart, being a music by numbers creation, rather than a labor of love.

However, Kylie seems to have overcome this with her new EP, Sleepwalker.

Teaming up with music producer Garibay- who has worked with Lady Gaga and Britney Spears- the duo have crafted four tracks that sound so much more "Kylie" than anything found on Kiss Me Once.

[New Music] Azealia Banks - "Chasing Time"

Azealia Banks has been giving me all kinds of life with her new song, Chasing Time, since it hit earlier in the week.

[Music Video] Cyndi Lauper and Sara Bareilles - "Truly Brave”

We all like to support a good cause, and it looks like Cyndi Lauper and Sara Bareilles are no different. The pair have released a mash-up of two of their songs to raise awareness- and money- for pediatric cancer. The blurb from the YouTube video covers the specifics:

Monday, 22 September 2014

Introducing Jo Hamilton ( I Love This Diva)

I'm a big Jo Hamilton fan, so I'm wondering why I've never featured her on the blog before.

I think my thought process behind this travesty was that I discovered her a while after her first album had been released. Thus, I must have been waiting for some new material from the singer-songwriter to showcase to all of you. However, somehow I missed the release of the video for song Think Of Me back in February, and so a perfect opportunity to create a post slipped by.

Saturday, 20 September 2014

[Watch] Ariana Grande Attempts Jessie J's "Bang Bang" climax! Sucessfully or Not, You Decide!

Jessie J is a vocal beast. I can't deny that- can you?! Case in point, the vocal during the bridge of her latest single Bang Bang.

Friday, 19 September 2014

[Free For All Friday]

This cat speaks to me...it really does....

If you don't know the score, here be the rules:
  • Try not to get too perverted- this site needs to basically be "safe for work".
  • If somebody starts a controversial subject, try keeping it civil when dealing with it. If things get out of hand please flag the conversation.
  • It would be nice if it stuck to music, but it's not a requirement! So talk about news, current events, how you're getting your hair done next time you hit the hairdresser! Whateves, really!
  • No nasty comments aimed at other users.
Inappropriate hugs to all of y'all (hi-fives to the underagers), and wishing you an awesome weekend!

Thursday, 18 September 2014

[Music Video] Anastacia - "Staring At The Sun"

The video for Anastacia's dramatic new single, Staring At The Sun, has debuted on Vevo.

Sounding like a mash-up of the pop and theater world, Staring At The Sun has Anastacia delivering drama and break-ups. It's a catchy song, all right, but I wish the production had been a smidgeon darker- to really match the Diva's delivery. Still, it is great to hear the American's unique pipes over new material.