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Well Sometimes I Go Out, By Myslef, And I Look Across The Water.

And I Think Of All The Things, Of What You’re Doing, And In My Head I Paint A Picture.

Since I’ve Come Home, Well My Body’s Been A Mess, And I Miss Your Tender Hair, And The Way You Like To Dress.

Oh Wont You Come On Over, Stop Making A Fool Out Of Me, Why Dont You Come On Over, Valerie.

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Did You Have To Go To Jail, Put Your House Out Up For Sale, Did You Get A Good Lawyer.

I Hope You Didnt Catch A Tan, I Hope You Find The Right Man, Who’ll Fix It For You.

Are You Shopping Anywhere, Change The Color Of Your Hair, And Are You Busy.

Did You Have To Pay That Fine, That You Were Dodging All The Time, Are You Still Dizzy.

Well Since I Come Home, Well My Body’s Been A Mess, And I Miss Your Tender Hair, And The Way You Like To Dress.

Oh Wont You Come On Over, Stop Making A Fool Out Of Me, Oh Why Dont You Come On Over, Valerie.

Valerie

Valerie
Valerie

Well Somtimes I Go Out, By Myslef, And I Look Across The Water.

And I Think Of All The Things, What You’re Doing, And In My Head I Paint A Picture.

Since I’ve Come Home, Well My Body’s Been A Mess, And I Miss Your Tender Hair, And The Way You Like To Dress.

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Valerie
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Amy Winehouse-Frank Videos

Februar 29, 2008

Stronger than me

Take a box

In my bed

Fuck me pumps

Bitte genießen..

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She’s got Pharrell on speed dial, she choreographed Beyonce’s “Ring the Alarm” video, laid down a few of her own moves in Jay-Z’s “Blue Magic” video and has serious views on Obama, even though she’s not even old enough to vote.

While Teyana Taylor’s mainly known for her stint on a particularly infamous episode of My Super Sweet 16 — recall the girl who entered her skate-themed shindig done up like a lifesized Barbie in rainbow brights — the Harlem-bred dancer-rapper is about to drop her debut album, From A Planet Called Harlem, and, in pop culture parlance, become to Google what Lil Mama is to lip gloss.

Backstage at MTV Studios, before her TRL appearance, Teyana Taylor took a break from practicing high kicks to talk to Buzzworthy.

Buzzworthy: Tell us how you went from appearing on My Super Sweet 16 to being back here in the MTV building with your own video.

Teyana Taylor: It’s pretty amazing, man. I’ve come a long way, and I worked hard. I was really grinding. I was on Sweet 16, but I’m really working hard and not trying to ride off the success of Sweet 16. Before I was on the show I was already signed, so I was already working pretty hard. But I didn’t get on Sweet 16 for extra press — it was something I always wanted to happen since I was younger since, when the show first aired. I’d always been a Sweet 16 fan.

BW: How’d you get signed to Star Trak?

TT: Before the show and before I got signed, I was just out dancin’, working hard. I was in a meeting with the VP of A&R at Universal — Kevin Law. I sung to him, and I rapped to him, and he was like “if you had to work with five people, who would it be?” And the first three names was Pharrell, Pharrell, Pharrell. I was already honored that people was comparing me to him. So it was pretty cool. He set me up a meeting with him like a couple days later, and I sung and I rapped for him.

BW: What’s it been like working with Pharrell?

TT: It’s wonderful. It’s incredible. That’s like my big brother. He’s such a great person to work with.

BW: What about working with Omarion?

TT: Working with Omarion is pretty amazing. That’s like my brother. He’s really cool. He helps me a lot, like especially if it’s something I really need to know, like he’s there.

BW: Like a mentor?

TT: Yeah.

BW: Your new single’s called “Google Me.” How often do you Google yourself?

TT: When I do appearances and stuff and I just wanna see the new pictures, I Google myself.

BW: And put them on MySpace?

TT: Put ‘em on MySpace! I’m a MySpace person. I really check my MySpace page. Myspace.com/rockstarteyana! MySpace me. Hit me up in the comments, you know? I’m here. I definitely reply back.

BW: So, in the MySpace versus Facebook battle, you’re not a Facebook fan?

TT: I’m not really a Facebook fan because I don’t know how to use it! It’s so complicated! You gotta accept your friends one by one! It’s just like too much going on. I tried it though. I swear, I tried it! I’m all about MySpace.

BW: Do you still find time to skate?

TT: Yes, I do, but I try not to do as much tricks as before I got signed because you know — I’m an artist now and I wouldn’t wanna disappoint the friends that’s excited for me comin’ out. I try to calm down. Just be coastin’!

BW: So “Teyana for President?” If you were president, what would your main issue be?

TT: I would definitely stop war. Like I don’t feel like it’s necessary. I feel like we’re drafting a whole bunch of innocent people into war when you can be drafting criminals. Stuff like that. If I was president, I would definitely stop war, put more money toward health insurance and my community. Especially, last but not least, the most important one — education. I just think education comes before anything because in order for you to know about everything, you have to go to school, and you have to learn.

BW: You’re 17 now. Are you gonna be old enough to vote in the election?

TT: No! I’m literally kinda mad! I’m like four weeks short! That sucks!

BW: Who would you vote for?

TT: Obama.

BW: Just because it sounds like you have a little Hillary in you with the health care stuff! And you’re from New York.

TT: Yeah. As far as Hillary goes, I love it! She’s the first woman! If she did become president, I think that’s really great, you know, the fact that she can stand up and say “I wanna run for president.” A lot of people don’t have the heart to do that. Obama, he’s just trying to make a change. It’s pretty cool. Either way, whoever wins, I’m happy for them. But if I had to choose, it’d be Obama.

BW: You’re a pretty grown-up 17-year-old. Are you still living at home?

TT: Yes, I still live at home.

BW: How do you deal with adults making decisions for you?

TT: I have a right to voice my opinion, but you know — when you can’t really make choices, it really don’t matter. I just kinda go with the flow. I’ll be 18 in 11 months.

BW: How are you gonna celebrate?

TT: I was thinking about having a little party, but it’s a surprise for now.

Check out photos of Teyana — with Omarion, Raz B and Jazze Pha — on the set of her upcoming video, “Google Me,” and watch the Princess of Star Trak Entertainment twerk it out in Jay-Z’s “Blue Magic” video:
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Live bei David Lettermann

Director ist Brett Rattner , der auch schon We belong togheter und  It’s like that gedreht hat.

Madonna ein neues Album names  „Hard Candy“ heraus welches am 25. April das Licht der Plattenläden erblickt wird. Die erste Single wird „4 Minutes To Save The World“ feat. Justin Timberlake. Produziert wird alles von den erfolgsproduzenten Timbaland und Pharrell und Nate Hills (Protoge von Timbaland und produzent von Blackout -Britney Spears). Dieses wird auf jeden fall ein Erfolg mit den Namen, aber ob es auch seinen erwartungen gerecht wird.

Auch Mariah Carey bringt ihr nächstes Album raus, die ersten Single ist Touch my body aus dem E=MC² welcher am 1. April im Laden stehen wird.Dieses wird von Stargate, Nate Hills, Bryan Michael Cox produziert.

1.“Lovin‘ You Long Time“ Mariah Carey, DJ Toomp Mariah Carey

2.“Touch My Body“ Mariah Carey, Tricky Stewart Mariah Carey, The-Dream 3:28

3.“That Chick“ Mariah Carey, Stargate Mariah Carey, Johnta Austin

4.“Thanks for Nothing“ Mariah, Carey, Jermaine Dupri Mariah Carey

5.“For the Record“ Mariah Carey Mariah Carey, Bryan Michael Cox, Taurian „Adonis“ Shropshire

6.“Migrate“

(featuring T-Pain) Mariah Carey, Danja, Mariah Carey

7.“Cruise Control“

(featuring Damian Marley) Mariah Carey, Jermaine Dupri Mariah Carey

8.“Love Story“ Mariah Carey Mariah Carey

9.“OOC (Out of Control)“ Mariah Carey Mariah Carey

10.“Bye Bye“ Mariah Carey, Stargate Mariah Carey, Johnta Austin

11.“Last Kiss“

(featuring Jermaine Dupri) Mariah Carey Mariah Carey

12.“4Real 4Real“ Mariah Carey Mariah Carey, Bryan Michael Cox, Taurian „Adonis“ Shropshire

„Heat“ Mariah Carey, Will.I.Am Mariah Carey

Jay-z- I know Video

Februar 27, 2008

Jay-z dritte veröffentlich aus seinen Album American Gangster. Mit ihm video die 20 Jährhige Tochter des Rockers Lenny Kravitz, Zoe Kravitz.

D:  Philip Andelman

Rap-Up.com brings you an exclusive look at Snoop Dogg’s ninth studio album Ego Trippin’, which drops March 11th. We were one of the select outlets invited to preview the Doggfather’s latest offering on a Wednesday afternoon in Los Angeles. We escaped the rain and headed inside Chalice Studios where we spotted Lindsay Lohan and pal Samantha Ronson hanging out in a nearby studio.

By now you’ve heard the song and seen the video for Snoop’s first single “Sensual Seduction.” Snoop takes the concept of rhythm and gangsta to a whole new level on Ego Trippin’, which was overseen entirely by the QDT Music Group comprised of DJ Quik, Snoop, and Teddy Riley. The result is one of Snoop’s most colorful albums to date. Check out our track-by-track preview below.

Snoop’s A&R Ted Chung (who also appears on Snoop’s E! reality show “Father Hood”) was there to play each track from his laptop. He explained that Snoop didn’t want to reach out beyond his own “sphere” of music with this album. His original intent was to produce and write everything himself, which evolved into making a more “homegrown” album based upon his personal musical influences. This led to the entire project being overseen by DJ Quik, Snoop, and Teddy Riley. Snoop has always been a fan of Teddy Riley (his favorite group in high school was Guy) and they met up when they were both honored at “VH1 Hip-Hop Honors” last year. DJ Quik came in as the finisher and mixed every track on the album. As of this listening, The Neptunes-produced “Sets Up” and “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now” were not on the album.
1. “Press Play”
Produced by DJ Quik for QDT Music Group

Opening track on the album featuring a heavy, hard bass line. A female voice repeats, “Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!” Snoop reminds the listener that he’s still doing what he does best—”Ballin’” on some “gangsta shit.” “Big Snoop Dogg he a boss like that,” he raps. Snoop shouts out many West Coast artists like his DPG crew and Dr. Dre.
2. “Snoop Dogg Is Out” featuring Charlie Wilson
Produced by Teddy Riley

Opens with Charlie Wilson singing in a T-Pain-esque voice: “Snoop Dogg is out. You wanna be there partying, all night long until the break of dawn.” Heavy bass sound, but with a laid-back, sexy vibe. Snoop raps about the glamorous club life: “I shine like a million lights.” “Pose like a superstar, walk like a model, pop it like a bottle,” Snoop commands.
3. “Gangsta Like Me”
Produced by Teddy Riley

It starts with loud gunshots and a vocoded voice. The beat has an Indian flute sound similar to 50 Cent’s “Candy Shop.” The hook features a female and Snoop going back and forth. Female voice sings, “Never met a gangsta like you…but I think I like you… Take me home.” Snoop responds, “You can’t be wifey.” Sounds like a typical story of an obsessed groupie.
4. “Neva Hafta Wurry” featuring Uncle Chucc
Produced by Niggaracci (Snoop and Terrace Martin)

Uncle Chucc sings the hook: “I made some mistakes to become the G that I am today. I’m too high in the clouds to ever have to worry about that.” Song starts with Snoop reflecting back upon his career: “15 years in the game and I’m still relevant. It’s a blessing.” Introspective look back at Snoop’s career. Addresses calling women hoes, chalks it up partially to freedom of speech. A saxophone can be heard at the end.

5. “Sensual Seduction”
Produced by Shawty Redd

First single. A Snoop classic in the making. If you haven’t heard it, listen below.

6. “Life of Da Party” featuring Too $hort and Mistah F.A.B.
Produced by Scoop deVille

Fast, up-tempo party song and the second single. Too $hort raps, “I’m the life of tha party. Don’t take much for me to get started. I’m the life of tha party. I got 10 bad bitches acting retarded.” Mistah F.A.B. raps on the hook: “I’ll pose for your picture, cheese, cheese, cheese. Now freeze, freeze, freeze.” Ends with Too-$hort’s signature, “Bitch!”

7. “Ridaman”
Produced by Niggaracci

“Uncle Snoopy, can you please tell us a gangsta story?” a child asks in a chipmunk-sounding voice. Hook follows the Spiderman theme: “Ridaman, ridaman. Does whatever a rida can. Bust a gat in your side… Look out, bitch. Here comes the ridaman!” Talks about the West Coast lifestyle: “40 oz., smoking blunts, Levi’s jeans.” The song has a sound and flow like Slick Rick’s “Children’s Story.”
8. “Gurls”
Produced by Scoop deVille

Samples the Bee Gees’ “Too Much Heaven” (listen below). Mid-tempo, spring/summer, laid-back vibe. Story of a girl who moved down to “L.A. from the Bay.” Snoop contends for the one-liner of the year with the lyric, “I’m about to eat your cat up like Heathcliff.” Typical story of a rapper chasing girls, girls, girls. This is our favorite track off the album aside from “Sensual Seduction.” It’s also a contender for a single.

9. “Stacks in My Jeans”
Produced by Rick Rock

Starts with a chopped and screwed voice. The hook goes, “My pockets look like Rerun, your pockets look like Raj,” referencing the “What’s Happening!!” characters, Rerun and Raj. Heavy bass, hustler’s anthem, hard sound. “You got some shit to tell, I got some shit to sell.” “Being broke’s a drag.” Another classic one-liner from Snoop: “One time I told a bitch not to come back until she had $2,000 in $2 bills.”
10. “Whateva You Do”
Produced by Khao

Name checks Supahead and Ray J: “Ain’t that a bitch like Ray J, I got ‘One Wish’.” The hook goes, “We got that chronic, chronic. We got that whateva you do.” Most memorable lyric: “Spend dough at the Gucci store, I never spent dough on no coochie though.” An ’80s synthesizer sounds in the background mixed with heavy West Coast bass beats. Bouncing, up-tempo, crashing noise. DPG-type music features Khao’s signature sound found on T.I.’s “Why You Wanna.”
11. “Been Around the World” featuring Tone
Produced by Niggaracci

Dedicated to Snoop’s wife, Shante Broadus. Opens with “This record is for my baby, my baby boo.” Female singer named Tone sings the hook: “Been around the world, I done been to many places, seen some unfamiliar faces, but baby none of them compare to you. Soon as I get home, I’m racing to unplug my phone.” Raps about traveling around the world—Sydney, Tokyo, Monaco, Las Vegas: “I’m a boss at the Wynn. I cracked every color dice.”
12. “Breathe In, Breathe Out”
Produced by Teddy Riley

Opens with the sound of a gong. The hook: “Doggy Dogg is all you need.” Sped up, fast flow.
13. “Say Goodbye” featuring Charlie Wilson
Produced by Teddy Riley

Charlie Wilson sings on this mid-tempo track accompanied by piano keys. Snoop: “I can’t say goodbye to the ‘hood, to the blocks, to the streets.” Talks about how he got out of the ‘hood but his mind hasn’t left it. Introspective song where the Dogg reflects on life’s pressures. Critics are wrong, Snoop raps, “the old me never left.” Charlie Wilson sings: “I’m a man. I gotta take care of my family. These streets won’t say goodbye.” Snoop: “Wouldn’t be right if I ignored the shit that made me who I am.” Song builds at the end. Last line: “You can take the man out the streets, but you can’t take the streets out the man.” An orchestra will be added to the final version. One of Snoop’s most powerful and emotional songs. Our third favorite cut on Ego Trippin’.

Los Angeles – Alicia Keys ist an einer Kehlkopfentzündung erkrankt. Die Sängerin musste deshalb jetzt auf Anraten ihrer Ärzte zwei Konzerte in Großbritannien absagen. Laut Medienberichten sollte Alicia eigentlich heute (25.02.) in Glasgow und morgen (26.02.) in Manchester auftreten. Ihre Sprecherin erklärte, dass die Gigs verschoben werden müssen, bis sich Alicias Stimme erholt hat. Die Konzerte würden aber auf jeden Fall nachgeholt.

Übrigens: Alicia Keys möchte in der Öffentlichkeit nicht über ihr Privatleben sprechen. Die Sängerin erklärte, der tragische Absturz von Britney Spears sei ihr eine Warnung gewesen. Die 28-Jährige wörtlich: „Ich finde es wirklich traurig, was zurzeit mit Britney Spears passiert. Kein Mensch redet mehr über ihre Musik, sondern es geht nur um ihre vielen kleinen Fehltritte und ihr Privatleben.“.

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PS: Hoffentlich findet das Frankfurt und das Hamburg KOnzert anfag März statt.akeys_tour1.jpg