Britney fans, the day has arrived. Femme Fatale releases worldwide today. This is her seventh studio album and let me tell you, she has a winner. It might take her fans a while to get used to some of the material, but she’s also going to be drawing in a completely different market too. The electro/ trance/ dance market. You can have a listen to a few of the tracks above.
1. Till The World Ends [3:57]
2. Hold It Against Me [3:49]
3. Inside Out [3:38]
4. I Wanna Go [3:30]
5. How I Roll [3:36]
6. (Drop Dead) Beautiful (Feat. Sabi) [3:36]
7. Seal It With A Kiss [3:26]
8. Big Fat Bass (Feat. Will.I.Am) [4:44]
9. Trouble For Me [3:19]
10. Trip To Your Heart [3:33]
11. Gasoline [3:08]
12. Criminal [3:45]
13. Up N’ Down [3:42]
14. He About To Lose Me [3:48]
15. Selfish [3:43]
16. Don’t Keep Me Waiting [3:21]
Watch Britney performing Till The World Ends in Vegas at the weekend. Looking good, performing well. All round, Brit’s back on track!
The new Britney Spears track has officially hit the Internet. Entertainment mogul, Ryan Seacrest got the exclusive (Obviously) and now you can have a listen below. I think the track is rad. It’s a nice, dancy direction for Britney. 2011 will be dominated by the bigwigs in music I feel, Britney being one of them. Let’s see what Beyonce has in store too!
Have a listen to the track below:
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This young lady should be proud of everything she has achieved in the last year. She’s churning out hit after hit and has become a regular name on TV and radio stations across the world. Ke$ha is the name and it would appear as if she’s hear to stay. She’s just released the video for her new single called We R Who We R and you can watch it above. I dig it. The song’s cool, fun and the video is rad. Nice one Ke$ha. I think this song is going to be on high rotation in the Southern hemisphere… watch this space!
Wow I’m loving this track from Bruno Mars. I’m thinking I might need to purchase his album soon.. Here’s the follow up to Just The Way You Are. It’s called Grenade. Heard it here on Berlin radio earlier and I heard it a days ago back at home. Good tune!!
‘Raise Your Glasses’ folks to one of the most entertaining singers and performers in the music business. It’s the rocking Alecia Moore aka P!nk, who is ready to release her first Greatest Hits album next month. Its title, Greatest Hits… So Far!!! The album will feature some of her classics and two new songs, first of which is called “Raise Your Glass”. It’s produced by long-time collaborator Max Martin and was co-written by P!nk. The single will officially hit the airwaves on the 18th, but it has already leaked online. You can listen below. The album is expected to drop on the 16th of November.
Can you believe this star has sold over 30 million albums worldwide? I can, can’t wait to get me a copy of this album- and just in time for Christmas too. Find below the track listing:
Greatest Hits… So Far!!! Standard Track Listing
1. Get The Party Started
2. There You Go
3. Don’t Let Me Get Me
4. Just Like A Pill
5. Family Portrait
7. Stupid Girls
8. Who Knew
9. U + Ur Hand
10. Dear Mr. President
11. So What
13. Please Don’t Leave Me
14. Glitter In The Air
15. Raise Your Glass
16. New Song, TBD
It’s what I thought would happen…. and while I’m a little bummed that S’Posh is gone, it’s the way the competition works. Hopefully fans now see the value and importance in voting to save their favourite contestant (s)
Nice and chilled for a Saturday (and if you’re in South Africa a long weekend).
Here are some details and a write up on Sheryl’s new album 100 Miles From Memphis, due out this September:
For Sheryl Crow, the title of her seventh album isn’t just a location; it’s a state of mind. “I grew up in a small town 100 miles from Memphis, and that informed not only my musical taste, but how I look at life,” she says. “The drive to Memphis is all farmland, and everyone is community-oriented, God-fearing people, connected to the earth. The music that came out of that part of the world is a part of who I am, and it’s the biggest inspiration for what I do and why I do it.” Continue reading →