Keri Hilson’s car broke down in her latest “One Night Stand” music video and guess who was very keen on being her mechanic and fixing whatever needed to be fixed? Chris Brown! The Collin Tilly-directed video features unnatural blondes Hilson and Brown giving each other very sexy looks. Once they meet up in the clip, both bring their own dancing styles, combine them and present a dancing feast.
The steamy clip starts with both Brown and Hilson lying on the ground, with the Kiss Kiss singer on top of her touching her very passionately over and over again. After they embrace each others hands, the next scene quickly sets in where Hilson can be seen with a leg on each side of her on-camera love interest. Continue reading Keri Hilson Releases New Saucy Music Video Featuring Chris Brown »
Britney Spears’ album Femme Fatale is a saucy but dark LP that has everything to do with club and dance music. One of the less talked about songs, which holds the essence of the whole album in it is the fiery self explanatory song ‘Gasoline,’- a Claude Kelly written song. According to Kelly, he wrote this song while focusing on the sexiest moments of Britney’s career.
Talking in an interview with MTV, Kelly said that when he was writing the song, the theme he wanted to emulate was that of the one displayed in previous Britney songs such as ‘Toxic,’ ‘Slave 4 U’ and ‘Boys.’ he said that Britney in the physically hot club with guys around her is a very popular theme and he thought that revisiting it once more would be a lot of fun. He said that even though some may think that Britney would not have been able to recreate the kind of ‘man-eater’ persona that she was once known for in her raunchy songs, she actually pulled it off without breaking a sweat, proving that she still has what it takes to do whatever she wants. Continue reading Britney’s Songwriter Claude Kelly Explains ‘Gasoline’ »
Nas and Prodigy’s relationship has seen everything from fiery dis records to friendly collaboration projects, so it wasn’t a surprise when the Mobb Deep rapper reserved a part of his latest book to discuss how such frost developed between the two over the years.
In a recent interview with MTV, P touched the subject again and explained his first meeting with Nas, which took place during a battle rap in Queens- the area where both the MCs hail from. He further revealed that after his three year stint behind the bars, he called Nas to mend broken relations and end the feud once and for all. Continue reading Longstanding Feud Finally Over Between Nas & Prodigy »
Snoop Dogg was giving final touches to his latest album Doggumentary when an opportunity to do a song with R. Kelly popped up and he signed up for it. The lanky MC and Kelly combined to record the upcoming song ‘Platinum,’ whose beat has been powered by Lex Luger, known for his work with Jay-Z, Kanye West and Rick Ross.
Preceded by “New Year’s Eve” and “Wet,” “Platinum” will be Snoop’s third released song of his latest album and it features his trademark smooth style and R. Kelly’s towering voice. Continue reading Snoop Dogg Explains ‘Platinum’ Featuring R. Kelly »
In the MTV-exclusive program “Britney Spears: I Am the Femme Fatale,” Britney Spears gave her fans a quick tour of all the behind-the-scenes footage of her ‘‘Till The World Ends’ music video.
The location of the set was somewhere in L.A. and Britney and her team of backup dancers were dressed in black suits. To make the pop diva distinguish from the pack, she wore additional leather jacket which really gave the sexual tone of the video a major boost. Continue reading Britney Spears Discusses ‘Till The World Ends’ Music Video »
If you ask someone about ‘80s music, they don’t always have pleasant memories. The general sentiment is that the ‘60s was the development of rock music, while the ‘70s was the ‘disco’ music decade and the ‘80s sucked.
The ‘60s belongs to bands such as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles and the Who along with many other classic groups who influenced the development of modern rock as we know it now.
However, ‘80s music is given less significance by the masses, but the experts think it doesn’t warrant such unfair treatment.
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The term ‘oldies’ can be used for the mainstream music of the 1950s-‘70s, as well as for those radio programs that focus exclusively on this particular era of music. All of the oldies music that was made during the 1950s till the early 1960s is also termed as the ‘golden oldies.’
The basic genres covered by oldies music are rock, R&B and pop, but some hints of other styles such as novelty, country music and original soundtracks are also included in it.
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