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The Good:

– it is much more likable than “Girlfriend”, mainly because it’s much less obnoxious.

– The chorus is catchy. (more…)

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It’s that time of year again! Along with all the mayhem comes a new year’s worth of material. So, I’m going to review some the new Christmas-themed music that’s been released in 2010, but in the spirit of the holidays, rather than use the traditional letter-grade system I will judge who’s been naughty and who’s been nice.

“Oh Santa!”, Mariah Carey

It would prove next to impossible to beat Carey’s signature Christmas hit, “All I Want For Christmas Is You”, and “Oh Santa!” definitely doesn’t come close to touching her Christmas classic. (more…)

Poorly used sample+ generic club beats+ a random chorus+ lack of anything resembling substance= The Time (Dirty Bit) (more…)

         As I write this the Black Eyed Peas have spent the the past 21 WEEKS at number one on the U.S’s Hot 100 chart with there past two singles, “Boom Boom Pow” and “I Gotta Feeling”. That’s just six more weeks away from spending half the year at number. Theirclosest competitor for the top spot is none other than MIley Cyrus with her new single “Party in the U.S.A”. Now I’ll admit that I’ve never given Miley Cyrus (or any other modern Disney like the Jonas Brothers) a fair chance. So in all honest her new single isn’t all that bad and is actually her best yet. There’s definitely worse songs that could possibly end the Black Eyed Peas undeserving 21 week run at number one (and she actually has a good chance, her song has spent the past two weeks at number one on the digital songs chart). So, as much as I’m still against all these Disney acts I’m rooting for Miley to be next weeks number one (or any other son really that isn’t by the Black Eyed Peas).

Today marks the 50th day I’ve been blogging! So today I’d like to know what are some of your favorite artists who are fifty or older and are still making music. It doesn’t matter if they’re still keeping a high-profile image , selling millions of albums, having hit singles, if they’re part of a indie label or barely selling anything.

Today I finally got around to adding some websites to my blog roll. I know it’s not much, but I’ll continue to add to it. I highly recommend you check them out. There some other things I’d like to change (such as my header) so you can expect some new updates soon.

       Whitney Houston has often been described as one of the greatest singers of all time. Unfortunately, bythe late nineties and early 2000’s Houston’s life would become surrounded by controversies revolving around her drug abuse. In the next couple of years she would divorce her husband, check into rehab, and work on an much anticipated comeback album. Well as I’m sure many people have heard the wait is over! Her new album, called I Look To You, will be released on August 31 and it’s first single, also called “I Look To You” was released to radio. Despite a mid-week release it still managed to debut at number 27 on the Hip-Hop/R&B chart. At the moment you can go to her website and get a free download of the song. In honor of her return I decided that I will, similar as I did for Micheal Jackson, list my favorite Whitney Houston songs that hit the top 5. I’ll post it on the day her new album is released.

UPDATE: Due to time issues it has been reduced to her number ones only. Sorry if that upsets anyone, but c’est la vie.

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