Friday, 22 July 2016

[Free For All Friday]


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!

Celine Dion Dutty Whines during "Wheel of Musical Impressions"

Celine Dion has the most infectiously enthusiastic attitude. So, as soon I read that she'd taken part in The Tonight Show's Wheel Of Musical Impressions, I knew it was going to make for good viewing.

Loose and game, Celine didn't only serve vocal likenesses. She went a step further, embodying their physicalities, too. Her dusty Dutty Whine- during Work- wasn't something I knew I needed, but I'll be henceforth thanking the universe for it being delivered unto me.

Damn you Fallon for cutting it short. It would have ended up in a full on slut-drop! I just know it!

Thursday, 21 July 2016

10 reasons why Ariana Grande's Singing Technique Sucks

Ariana Grande is a great singer, there's no doubta 'bout that. But YouTuber Legendary Vocalists has some issues (of which I share many) with the Diva's vocal technique. From foggy lower notes to poor intonation, the video lists the 10 biggest problems with the Diva's singing style.

Take a peep and see if  y'all agree!

Friday, 15 July 2016

[New Music] Demi Lovato - "Body Say"

Katy Perry, Britney Spears and now Demi Lovato, all releasing new music on this weekend eve. There must be something in the water!

'80s in flavour, Body Say is another saucy song from the oft-salty Diva. Laid back and breezy in production, the vocals are similar in tone, kept (pretty) restrained. It's the cooing and sensual delivery of Demi that is, for the most part, left to reel in a listener.

[Music Video] Clean Bandit Return With "Tears"

Clean Bandit are a guilty pleasure of mine.

Though I've never dived into their album(s?), I can't deny I've enjoyed the singles they've put out. But why a guilty pleasure? Because there's something naff/corny/disingenuous about this feature-loving group. I can't put my finger on what, but it's there, gnawing at me whenever I listen to their classical/dance-fusing material.  

Come Over is one track that takes these feelings to almost unhealthy levels. (Maybe hearing it will help some you vaguely understand what I'm rabbiting on about.)

Britney Spears and Katy Perry release new music

Today is a good day for fans of Divas usually filled under the label: “entertainer”.

Surprise releases have come from two of pop's biggest names, Katy Perry and Britney Spears. Whereas the latter's new song is set to support the Olympic coverage in the US- and is bullshitingly (currently) hid behind an "exclusivity" to a streaming service, so I can't post it- Britney Spears' Make Me... (ft. G-Eazy) is thankfully on YouTube for all of us to hear.

Thursday, 14 July 2016

Taylor Swift is Currently Being DRAAAAAAAAAGED!!!

Karma has finally come-a-callin from Taylor Swift and her passive aggressive behind.

While in a relationship with Calvin Harris, the Diva had helped the Scottish DJ pen the lyrics for one of his songs. Not wanting to overshadow the project, which Rihanna ended up guesting on, Taylor decided to credit the lyrics to the pseudonym Nils Sjoberg.

Fast forward to the present, the pair have broken up and that song, This Is what You Came For, is making waves worldwide. So what does T-Swift go and do? Now she decides to come from behind the curtain and reveal her involvement in the project. (Yeah, yeah, it was "her team" that confirmed this, but I don't believe for one second this didn't get the okay from the top.)

Well. Mr. Harris, unlike her other beards partners, didn't like the implications of this, and had a little Twitter rant. And this is where the wider backlash began.