Poor Christina Aguilera.
2010 was supposed to be her star, comeback year after disappearing for more than 4 years. She had been hailed as having one of the best voices in pop music, and she was also one of the sexiest for a while. For months there had been buzz about the release of “Bionic”–it had been hyped for months due to the amount of collaborators Aguilera would be working with and because it would be her return to the music scene. With a list of producers like M.I.A., Peaches, Sia, and Nicki Minaj, it seemed like Aguilera would at least have an interesting album to return with.
Then “Not Myself Tonight” was released.
Hello, hello blog readers!
I had to take a long break from blogging because of school–frankly, I just didn’t have enough time to write the long ass posts I’ve been dying to for months. I have been dying to return though because while I’ve been posting on Tumblr, Twitter etc it really doesn’t compare to what I would like to be writing about. So I’m back for the time being and will be posting about whatever strikes me as interesting. Keep reading and tell all your friends! I’m also considering starting a new blog, or moving entirely to a new blog for movie analysis, spotlights on actors etc but I haven’t decided yet… For now though I’m keeping this one.
Until next time….
You might remember my post from a few months ago wondering where Anna Nalick disappeared to, well she’s been found and today she posted a new song titled “the Lullaby Singer” to her official website. It’s way better than the cheesy “Shine” she released a few years ago and it’s a pretty catchy song filled with her usual tongue in cheek lyrics.
I for one am SO happy that she’s finally releasing new music and I hope that now that she’s escaped Epic she will be able to release her music faster and however she wants to.
You can listen to the song after the jump and let me know what you think in the comments….. Continue reading
Since Charlie St. Cloud comes out in two days, Zac Efron has been promoting the movie like his life depends on it. And really, if you think about it, it does. This is his first movie that should appeal to teens as well as adults and the first one where his acting chops will really be scrutinized. I’m not really sure how it’s going to fare, but I do think it will be interesting to see how the critics react to his acting. As I’ve said before, Zac’s an extremely talented actor, he just needs the right script to display it.
Anyway, Zac’s been on a cross-country tour for Charlie St. Cloud hitting nearly every major city in the US (except for mine, of course) and meeting tons of fans all of which you can find pictures of after the cut. To me, Zac seems like one of the most genuinely nicest actor working right now and even though he’s pretty much bullet proof in interviews (I think I’ve only seen his real personality about five times in the past four years), I like that about him. He keeps up appearences and projects only the best parts of himself. Unless of course he’s perfect and everything you see in intervies is real.
There’s just something about Robyn that I love so much. She’s extremely cute, a badass, and her brand of pop music is actually smart and biting. I just got her new album “Body Language Pt. 1″ yesterday and I seriously haven’t been able to stop listening to it. The only thing I dislike about it is that the single version of “Hang With Me” is not included…. Because it’s coming out with Pt. 2 released in September.
In support of that album, Robyn’s relased a new video for the song and holy crap is it great. Leave it to Robyn to take the cliched touring idea and make it fresh and innovative. The video really gives you an inside look at her personality and the spirit of being on the road. And the song is all kinds of amazing. So please come inside to watch….