Saturday, 20 September 2014
Friday, 19 September 2014
This cat speaks to me...it really does....
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Thursday, 18 September 2014
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.
Tis the season of the cover album, or so it seems! Barbra Streisand has just delivered hers, in the form of LP Partners- from which we saw a few songs performed on the Tonight Show- and now follows (another) veteran Diva: Annie Lennox.
Wednesday, 17 September 2014
Tuesday, 16 September 2014
Don't hate me, but I can't stand Jimmy Fallon. And as such, I had a hard time really enjoying Barbra Streisand's performance on the Tonight Show.
Saturday, 13 September 2014
Anouk had a new video! I know somebody who'll be rejoicing...;)
Places To Go is a synth-laden pop song, featuring top-notch vocals and a catchy chorus that will surely be stuck in your head after the first listen. Undeniably channeling an inspirational vibe with its lyrics and production, the video for the song captures this with candid moments of the Diva being surrounded by loved ones and lovingly cradling her newborn son.
Awww. It's almost enough to melt this icy heart. But as Brandy once said, "almost doesn't count"(!)
Go was revealed in June to be the song Vancouver-born musician Grimes had submitted to the captain of the Navy- AKA Rihanna- for consideration for R8. Unfortunately it wasn't picked up for that project by Rih, leaving Grimes- who penned it- to claim it as her own and release it anyway.
Thank Gawd she did, because I loves it!!