Britney has reunited with Adnan. They were seen reuniting at 5:30 today in Malibu, driving away. Later on, Adnan got into a minor accident with a motorcyclist. See the video here. Off to a rousing start, yes?
It’s always right after I post the news. Well, two of the three singles from Namie Amuro have just leaked. NEW LOOK is so addictive. It’s kind of like a marching band. About Twiggy and fashion or something. Namie’s clearly been watching Project Runway. Just listen to that breakdown: “What’s In, What’s Out? / What’s In, What’s Out?” I can’t stop playing it. It’s fierce. Listen for the quick “Baby Love” shout out at the end.
And then there’s “ROCK STEADY,” which borrows much more heavily from its sampled track. It’s faster and stronger. Definitely a signature Namie track. It’s like she’s fighting Aretha. Unfortunately, I think this must be a music video rip, because there’s a bunch of random nonsense in the middle of the track, undoubtedly dialogue from the video.
Source: AmuroNamie @ LJ
This is a new discovery I’ve happened upon from an anonymous source. The Little Ones, as they are so affectionately known, are an L.A. based indie-pop band who have as of right now released only one EP, named Sing Song. The reason they came to my attention is for their song, “Lovers Who Uncover.” I found the story of the band’s formation to be adorable.
Apparently, the bandmates came together in a studio nicknamed “Uncle Lee’s” in an attempt to create a form of escapist, care-free music. They ran into issues trying to contruct the music, and were about to abandon the project until they decided upon a single gauge for excellence, called “Uncle Lee’s Rule of Feet,” which proclaimed that a song was acceptable once it caused all group members to shuffle their feet upon hearing it. Using this rule of thumb, the group successfully produced their EP. In 2006, Matt Costa asked the band to open for him, and the rest is (will be?) history. Their music is a wonderful combination of the Beach Boys, Paris, and other happy-go-lucky summertime music. It’s escapism at it’s best, and I’m sure that was the point in the first place. Their full length album, Morning Tide, is expected to be released April of 2008.
And here’s the video for their latest single, “Ordinary Song.”
Picture Source: BrooklynVegan
Despite reassuring both paparazzi and media alike, user #2 Adnan Ghalib is now set to sell his story on Entertainment Tonight in an exclusive interview regarding his relationship and time spent with Britney Spears. Incredibly tacky on both ET and Adnan’s part. Not to mention the introduction question: “Adnan, have you been paid for this interview?” With his caterpillar-facial hair crawling vertically across his chin (has no one told him that “look” doesn’t work? For anybody?) he responds smugly, “No. Not at all.”
Video preview found here.
N.E.R.D. is coming back with N.3.R.D., their third album, later on this year. The first single and/or cut from the album has leaked recently, called “Everyone Nose.” I went into thinking this was going to be another sultry dirty pop romp, but I was sorely mistaken. The topics of discussion? Noses, hundred dollar bills (“Look ah chu, ah chu!”) and towels. Yes, there’s a real smÃ¶rgÃ¥sbord of novelty lyrics here, including the ubiquitous “All the girls standing in the line for the bathroom!”
Will this be the next “I’m bringing sexy back?” I sincerely hope not.
And okay, so the song is slightly addictive. That doesn’t change the fact that I was left wanting more. Especially regarding this “standing in the line” bit. Say I was a girl who happened to be standing in line for the bathroom. What next? You’ve shouted for my attention, and you now have it. Now what? Are you just yelling at me Pharell? I don’t take kindly to it.
Enjoy, I suppose.
Source: Muzik Bone