Nelly Furtado has dropped the second single off her forthcoming album, Spirit Indestructible. The official video hit the web yesterday and according to the star, it’s one of her favourites. “This song means a lot of things to me ’cause it does have a spirituality to it and a positivity. It’s meant to be empowering, it’s mean to be a tribute to all of us. We all have indestructible spirits.” Watch her getting in touch with all the elements; earth, wind, fire and water.
Just on a side note, this single and the album’s title are both very interesting and somewhat ironic. I loved the first single, but a lot of people didn’t. Despite this, her spirit is indestructible and she will persists, persevere and I can’t wait for the album to drop this September.
My girl Nelly Furtado chats to Rolling Stone about her forthcoming album The Spirit Indestructible. Check out the interview here. She mentioned that she’s putting together a tour to promote the album more but she failed to mention Africa. This makes me sad! Hopefully this will change
Can’t wait for the album! Have you heard the second single off the album? The song is called Something and it features Nas. Have a listen below:
I know it’s going to be a good week when the lovely Nelly Furtado announces the news of her new album. The album, called The Spirit Indestructible, is due out on the 19th of June. In the clips below you’ll see her making a statement about the album. She was on set of the first single’s video show. You’ll also get to see a teaser trailer for the album:
The first single is called Big Hoops (Bigger The Better) . Have a listen below:
The single sounds very similar to Rihanna‘s Rude Boy don’t you think? Rihanna is a winner as we all know and Nelly can’t go wrong in my eyes. Can’t wait to hear the whole song!
As promised, here are my interviews with the stars from The Hangover Part II. Besides interviewing the likes of Morgan Freeman, Annie Lennox and Keri Hilson, this is yet another career highlight for me! Loved the opportunity, the experience thanks to Nu Metro and Warner Bros. and I hope I’ll get the opportunity to do many more of these. Hold thumbs, like it and spread the word
I’m loving this style of music that seems to be reemerging again. Let’s see if that’s what is in store for us in the new year. Great track from Swedish-Congolese star Mohombi called Bumpy Ride and on this one, he’s called on RedOne to help produce the track. RedOne, of course famous for his work with Lady Gaga! Check out his official site, where you’ll get info on his album and you can also check out a few of his other tracks, including collaborations with the likes of Nelly and Akon.