Katy Perry - E.T. (feat. Kanye West)


    "E.T." is the fourth single by American recording artist Katy Perry from her third studio album Teenage Dream. The song was released on February 16, 2011 and features vocals by American rapper Kanye West, who also appears in the music video, which was released on March 31, 2011. It has already topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, the fourth straight song from Teenage Dream to peak at number one.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Watch Hollywood Romance Movie Emmanuelle 6 1988 Hollywood Free Online

This Is Actually Charting In Australia

    Ark Factory - or the house that Rebecca Black built - has come under a lot of scrutiny since "Friday" exploded. Most of the coverage has been severely critical or at best condescending but they must be doing something right because they have another hit on their hands! Over the past week Alana Lee's "Butterflies" has slowly crept its way up Australian iTunes and currently sits at number 124. That might not sound particularly impressive but to put it into perspective - Kylie's "Better Than Today" failed to even break into the top 200. It's a real feat for an independent pop release to get this far and the 14-year-old is doing it with no promotion or radio play.

    So we've established that Alana is chart phenomenon but is "Butterflies" any good? Well, the song isn't a genre defining masterpiece like "Friday". Rather, it's a surprisingly accomplished attempt at teen pop that reminds me of early Taylor Swift - only with autotune and a cameo from Pato, the world's least convincing rapper! It's cute in a Miranda Cosgrove on acid kind of way and Alana proves to be less annoying than some of her contempories. The video is also surprisingly tasteful by Ark's standards. There's no cruising around town with 30 year old gangstas or crazy tween parties. Alana just fights over the affections of a boy at school. Think Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me" on a $500 budget. Check out the (new) Hit Factory's latest iTunes smash below.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

The Cranberries - Salvation


    "Salvation" is the lead single by Irish band The Cranberries from their third studio album, To the Faithful Departed. The single had a darker and rawer sound than the group had previously showed. It peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard Modern Rock chart for four weeks and it also reached number eight on the Irish charts, making it their third biggest hit on their home soil.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Watch Movie Hollywood Don't Fade Away (2010) Free Online Movie DVD

Britney & Xtina: Behind The Tweets

    Earlier today Christina Aguilera tweeted Britney Spears. The Maria Callas of miming replied. It was a moment that united fans around the world. A once in lifetime meeting of the minds. The long hoped for coming together of two formerly relevant pop culture icons. Like most people, I was too overwhelmed by raw emotion to properly process the exchange. At first glance Britney & Xtina: A Love Story is a heartwarming tale of mutual respect and self-promotion. But on closer inspection, a very different picture emerges.

    Christina can do no wrong in my book since starring in one of the greatest movies of all time but bitch is no beginner when it comes to throwing shade. And it's hard to interpret "can't wait to see what you bring in the next video" as anything but a dig. The world's unluckiest drunk knows full well that Britney is passed out somewhere in a Xanax induced coma - only to be shaken awake by her handlers when duty calls. She can hardly stand, let alone bring anything.

    Not to be outdone, her bitter rival (or the person pretending to be her on Twitter) sarcastically replies "can't wait to watch you on your new show". How dare Britney point out that Legendtina is now the Paula Abdul of generation Y? The dirrty one just died inside. As far as cuntish behaviour goes, flop fatale wins in a knockout!
    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Girlicious - Maniac

Kristine Elezaj... Still On The Warpath!

    In what has to be a record for the longest gap between the release of a single and the debut of a video clip, Kristine Elezaj's "Warpath" finally hits YouTube 7 months after the song first appeared on iTunes. I guess that means there's still hope for Adele to whip something up for "Someone Like You"! Speaking of classy, soulful vocalists - Krissy has been an obsession of mine for months. She first appeared on the blog in December and it was love at first listen. If you haven't heard "Warpath" yet, drop everything and click play. You really don't know what you've been missing.

    Kristine's jam is pop trash at its finest. I love the catchy chorus, constantly quote the fabulous lyrics ("I saw that trick that you was with last night, she was Justin Bieber's look-a-like!") and ache for the faux Britney production. Emily Osment and her crack team of Brit Brit copyright infringers could never! So, that leaves one question. Was the clip worth the wait? The answer is a resounding yes. Sure, Krissy just stands around looking hot with a bit of choreography and an owl thrown in for good measure but it's adorable and will look amazing on the video jukebox in your local gay bar. All hail Queen Kristine!

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Lloyd - Cupid


    "Cupid" is the third single by American R&B recording artist Lloyd from his upcoming album, King of Hearts, scheduled to be released on April 19, 2011. The song has so far peaked at #60 on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Tinie Tempah - Frisky

Raffaella Carrà Returns To Save Music

    One of the most popular pieces I've ever written for this blog was a tribute to the legendary Italian diva Raffaella Carrà. I still receive the occasional email about it. They range from helpful recommendations all the way through to outraged essays. Mentioning La Carrà's Argentine adventure haunts me to this very day! Since then my love for Italy's greatest export has continued to grow. She really was ahead of her time and I'm convinced La Gaga stole her look. Anyway, the original and the best has been very quiet lately but pop fans can breathe a sigh of relief because Raffaella is back with the song of the (European/American) summer! "A Far L'Amore" is the handiwork of French DJ Bob Sinclar, who is best known in Australia for his massive number one hit "Love Generation.

    Oh, hang on a minute...
    Sorry, Raffa called and ordered me to stop polluting her post with inconsequential details about that boring Frenchman.

    All you really need to know about this future smash is that it re-works the stunning 67 year old diva's 1977 disco classic "A Far L'amore Comincia Tu". That song is probably Raffaella's biggest international hit. It was translated into German ("Liebelei"), Spanish ("En El Amor Todo Es Empezar") and became her only UK hit when it was released as "Do It, Do It Again". It is so catchy, I can't believe it hasn't been revived until now. And Bob does a great job. He deserves credit for keeping the original vocal and I love the overhaul. "A Far L'Amore" now reminds me of club hits like "We Speak No Americano" and "Barbra Streisand". It's quite minimal and repetitive but after a couple of listens it gets stuck in your head and refuses to leave. La Carrà is even dusting off her sequins to appear in the video. It's exciting but they should just use the stunning fan-made effort (below). Raffaella's exquisite beauty and hypnotic dance moves are perfectly showcased. Brace yourself for the comeback hit of 2011!

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Jay Sean - Hit the Lights (feat. Lil Wayne)

Watch Torn (2011) Hollywood Movie Online | Watch English Romance Movie Free

Flyleaf - I'm So Sick

Kat DeLuna's Latest Smash

    I'm seriously obsessed with Kat DeLuna at the moment. As far as I'm concerned, the Dominican diva can do no wrong. I still listen to "Push Push" daily and I'm finally on board with "Party O'Clock" after Jenny's ruthless thievery highlighted what an awesome song it is. Despite that nasty affair, Kat's innovative campaign to become the Belgian Madonna marches bravely on with the third single from "Inside Out". And she has really outdone herself this time. "Dancing Tonight" is the kind of pure pop explosion that grabs you by the balls from the first listen and just squeezes tighter and tighter with each play.

    I love everything about this jam from the demented production (which fuses trance elements with Latin rhythms and RedOne-esque urban dance beats) to the hands-in-the-air chorus and cute lyrics. It's utterly joyous and Kat even channels Beyoncé in the video. Seriously, what does this bitch have to do to catch a break? "Dancing Tonight" might be a bit too... gay for the US market but it's custom designed for UK and Australian chart success. Particularly if she releases the rap free version on the promo single. Make sure you check out the pop pioneer's hot video. If "Spinning Around" fucked "Single Ladies", this is how I imagine their love child would look.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Dane Rumble's Aus Release Date

    Dane Rumble's debut album will finally be released in Australia on April 1. Fuck yes! I've had "The Experiment" on high rotation since late last year and still find new things to love about it. The former Fast Crew frontman's opus was easily one of the best albums of 2010 and I can't wait for the Kiwi King of Pop to explode in this country. The tracklist and cover are exactly the same as the Kiwi version but at least his label got creative with the new artwork for "Cruel", which was released a couple of weeks ago. It's an absolute gem and resonates with me on so many levels. Unfortunately, it's yet to take off on radio but I'm convinced people will eventually wake up to that hot New Zealand sound! Check out Dane's hot new single below and download it - and the cool remixes - from iTunes now.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Big Sean - My Last (feat. Chris Brown)

Watch English Dangerous Indiscretion (1995) Online Full Movie HQ

ABBA - S.O.S.


    "S.O.S." is the third single by Swedish pop group ABBA from their self-titled 1975 album, ABBA. The song was ABBA's British comeback single, reaching number six on the UK Singles Chart, their first big hit there since "Waterloo". It also reached number one in many countries including Australia, New Zealand and Belgium.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

LMFAO - Party Rock Anthem (feat. Lauren Bennett, GoonRock)

Tiesto - In The Dark (feat. Christian Burns)


    "In the Dark" is a song by DJ Tiësto featuring vocals from Christian Burns from his album Elements of Life, released in March 2007. The album was nominated in the category Best Electronic/Dance Album at the 50th Grammy Awards. The song peaked at number two on the Netherlands Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

DeLuna Gate - J Lo Vs Kat

    Last week I wrote a post about the Australian success of "On The Floor" and briefly mentioned the similarities between J Lo's worldwide chart topper and Kat DeLuna's... top 20 Belgian smash "Party O'Clock". Well, time has come to weigh in on the biggest scandal to rock popular music since Janet edited Khia out of her "So Excited" video for being too beautiful. This is tough because I love them. On one hand, seeing Jenny back at number one after half a decade of flopdom makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. On the other, Kat's entire career has been a flop. Seriously, when is this poor bitch gonna get a break? My sympathies are split, so let's look at the facts:

    1. Ms DeLuna did it first. "Party O'Clock" was released in Belgium last October, while "On The Floor" leaked in early January.

    2. RedOne produced both tracks and is known for re-using hot beats the way most of us recycle paper.

    3. The Dominican diva is an international superstar, so it's thoroughly plausible that J Lo heard the track and shot RedOne a text saying "omg party oclock iz so dope kat deluna 4eva!" and he misinterpreted her honest intentions.

    You don't have to be Detective La Toya to see that this is all RedOne's fault. It's not cool to recycle a song and give it to someone else - even if it is a really hot track that deserves a bigger audience. And "On The Floor" is a pretty blatant copy. Both songs have identical themes, similar beats and even some of the same lyrics (both mention partying in Ibiza and Africa). Kat, however, sees it differently and put Jenny on blast, telling the New York Daily News "I've seen this before, where the more established artist tries to take the vision and artistic ideas away from an emerging artist, and assumes no one will notice because of their bigger shadow... luckily, my loyal fans and the power of the Internet have let the 'Kat' out of the bag". For that last pun alone, she has my love and admiration for life!

    Personally, I think Kat should take it as a compliment. She can't give her shit away outside Belgium and superstars are still jacking her swagger. The Dominican diva's time will come. Her album is amazing and I'm sure her pioneering ways will eventually pay off. In the meantime, enjoy "On The Floor" for what it is - an incredibly catchy tribute to the talent of Kat DeLuna. Compare both masterpieces below.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Jennifer Hudson - Where You At


    "Where You At" is the lead single by R&B singer and actress Jennifer Hudson from her sophomore album, I Remember Me. The song debuted on January 24, 2011 and was released on February 8, 2011. Hudson has performed the song live on several shows including on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and most recently on American Idol on March 25, 2011. It has so far peaked at #89 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

I Hate That I Love This

    Taking the piss out of Nicole Scherzinger is one of my favourite hobbies. I've always respected the fact that she can actually sing and dance (unlike most of her contemporaries) but there's just something shady about this bitch. It's rude to ride a manufactured girlband to fame and then act like you're too good for the other hos in your troop. Even if they are a bunch of useless no-hopers like Jessica Sutta. And don't even get me started on the shameful debacle that was her first attempt at solo stardom. Nicole took flopping to new heights with such non-smashes as "Whatever U Like", "Baby Love" and "Puakenikeni". If the latter isn't the worst song of the noughties, it's definitely in the top 10. But credit where credit's due. She wiped the egg off her pretty face and returned to the Pussycat Dolls for another album before giving it another go. And it looks like Nicole has finally found the winning formula.

    I hated "Poison" but it was an international smash and she's now officially ditched her Flopzinger moniker with a UK number one hit. More importantly, "Don't Hold Your Breath" is a genuinely amazing pop song. It was written by Toby Gad and produced by Billy Steinberg, who has crafted gems for international superstars like Ashley Tisdale and Jessica Mauboy. This is the kind of pure pop explosion I was hoping Britney would deliver instead of a stillborn club banger like "Hold It Against Me". Unlike that epic fail, Nicky's catchy floorfiller has real heart and attitude. It's one part "I Will Survive", two parts Kate Ryan - with a dash of faux RedOne flavouring thrown in for good measure. The resulting Imma get my shit together and show you anthem is utterly irresistible. But shame about the dire video that looks like it was filmed on her assistant's battered iPhone.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Game - How We Do (feat. 50 Cent)


    "How We Do" is the second single by American rapper Game from his debut album The Documentary, released in November 2004. The song features rapper 50 Cent. It peaked at number four on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and also hit number five on the UK Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Jordan Knight In Amazing Single Shocker!

    I need to preface this post by saying that I am not some crazy New Kids On The Block fan with a poster of Joey on the wall and a dildo called Donnie locked away in the bedside table. If anything, I was a bit of a hater. My sister and, somewhat disturbingly, my straight brother were obsessed and used to hog the stereo - blasting "Hangin' Tough" for hours when all I wanted to do was rock out to Mel & Kim. Besides, everyone knows the best American boyband of that era was Boys II Men but I digress. Just know that nostalgia plays no role in my labelling "Let's Go Higher" one of the first great singles of 2011. Jordan Knight has jumped on the urban dance bandwagon later than some but he's the only 40 year old white man to pull it off. At least that I'm aware of!

    Penned by one time Gaga collaborator Colby O'Donis, "Let's Go Higher" is the lead single from Jordan's first solo album in five years. And it's easily his best record since 1999's stunning "Give It To You" (who will ever forget his gravity defying dance moves in front of the Ferris wheel in that iconic video?) and holds up well against anything on the charts. Seriously, this jam is more addictive than Mi goreng instant noodles. I love the Taio Cruz by numbers production, approve of the lavish use of autotune and ache for the catchy vocal hooks. Oooo-oooo-oooo-oooo-oooo! Fingers crossed the song revives Jordan's solo career. He looks hotter with each passing year and with Jenny from the block and Diddy back in the charts, hitmakers from the 90s are the new black! Listen in awe to "Let's Go Higher" below.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Lenka - Heart Skips a Beat

Watch English Movie Whirlygirl (2006) Free Movie Download Online


    Whirlygirl 2006 Hollywood Movie Watch Online Informations :

    Director : Jim Wilson
    Genres : Drama, Romance
    Cast : Monet Mazur, Julian Morris, J.A.Q., Johnny Pruitt, Fran Kranz, Rob Sullivan, Roderick Pannell, Woody Boley, Daniel Franzese, Leon Addison Brown, David Garrison, Fiona Hutchison, Malachy Cleary, Lisa Altomare

    Whirlygirl 2006 Hollywood Movie Watch Online Full Movie :

    Whirlygirl 2006 Hollywood Movie Watch OnlineSource URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Whitney Houston - My Love Is Your Love


    "My Love Is Your Love" is the fourth single and title track by American R&B singer Whitney Houston from her 1999 album, My Love Is Your Love. The song was extremely successful worldwide, hitting the Top Ten in nearly two dozen international markets, including peaking at number four on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Get Caught In Tatiana's Spider Web

    Tatiana is my new Euro-pop obsession. The stunning diva hails from Poland, where she is apparently quite a big deal - having fronted a popular band called Blue Café before going solo. After conquering Eastern Europe, Tats was up for a new challenge. So she packed her PVC catsuit and caught the next plane to London. Her first UK release is called "Spider Web" and it's adorable. A pretty mid-tempo pop song about holding on until the bitter end of a relationship, the original version is definitely worth a listen. However, for me, the ridiculously camp 7th Heaven remix can not be beaten.

    This is cheesiest piece of trash I've heard all year and I mean that as a huge compliment. "Spider Web" now sounds like the best song never entered into Eurovision. The deliriously upbeat production overhaul works a treat, giving the lyrics new meaning and raising the chorus into the pop stratosphere. Even the video works better in its remixed form (below). Tatiana's fabulous jam is released on April 18 with an album - also called "Spider Web" - to follow shortly thereafter. I just wish I knew about her when I was in Poland last year. I would have stocked up on Tati's shit instead of wasting my cash on Doda! You live, you learn.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Tinie Tempah - Written in the Stars

Introducing INY - Korea's Hood Girlband!

    It's official - Korea is the new home of popular music. Don't worry Mexico, you'll re-claim your crown when Lorena Herrera comes out of retirement! K Pop is seriously on fire at the moment. In the past couple of days the poptastic nation has blessed us with amazing anthems from Girl's Day, LPG and now INY. That's like the Spice Girls, Sugababes and Vanilla all debuting new material in the same week! I don't know how they do it. Where do they find all these stunningly talented girls? I'm starting to think they are genetically engineered in a lab. Take INY, for example. These angels are too lovely to be true. They have it all - looks, vocal ability and a disturbing rape fetish. Think of them as the Asian t.A.T.u! Here are ten reasons why INY is your new favourite girlband:

    1. Their debut single "Shake It, Shake It" is a shameless rip off massive improvement on Ciara's "Love Sex Magic".
    2. INY's gimmick is their street image - basically, they are presented as hoodlums who roam the streets of Korea stealing iPods from school girls. Bitches are HARD.
    3. The video for "Shake It, Shake It" is as offensive as it is fabulous.
    4. Highlights include muggings, attempted rape and even a murder!
    5. The lead singer's red wig is everything that Riri's wishes it could be.
    6. They wouldn't be an edgy girlband without some lesbian tension, which is duly provided in the video.
    7. My fave (the stunning redhead) prevents her bandmate from being gang-raped and then takes her to a karaoke bar to celebrate. As you do.
    8. Unfortunately, Korean rapists are persistent and the girls are pursued through the back streets of a slum and finally captured in a scene straight out of "Old Boy".
    9. Happily, they are saved when their would be rapists accidentally murder another girl by mistake. Thug life!
    10. The third band member appears in the tasteful video for ONE SECOND exactly.


    Watch what is surely the most gripping video of 2011 below.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Oh Land - Sun of a Gun

Wynter Gordon & The Duelling 2nd Singles

    Yesterday Neon Records announced "Til Death" as the official follow up to Wynter Gordon's massive number one smash "Dirty Talk". The song has been doing the rounds for months but it has been given a complete overhaul by Denzal Park - the producers behind Zoë Badwi's fabulous top 10 hit "Freefallin'". I'm told it now has an "Only Girl In The World" vibe and is scheduled to hit radio on April 11. Some of you might be scratching your head, wondering what happened to "Pride (Putting It Out There)" but that was just a promo single for Mardi Gras. To muddy the waters even further, another record label is trying to cash in on the success of "Dirty Talk" by re-releasing the diva's 2010 club smash "Believer". Only now Vicious is pushing the track to radio as Wynter Gordon featuring The Freemasons instead of the other way around. Cheeky! It's a bit complicated but I kind of like the Wynter overload. Just remember that her official second single is "Til Death" but better yet - buy them all! My second favourite interviewee returns to Australia in April for the Creamfields dance music festival. Buy your ticket now!Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

David Guetta - Who's That Chick? (feat. Rihanna)

Watch Cruel Intentions 1999 Romance Movie Free Online and Download HQ

Watch Freeway (1996) - Watch Online Hollywood Full Movie Free DVD


    Freeway 1996 Hollywood Movie Watch Online Informations :

    Director : Matthew Bright
    Genres : Comedy, Crime, Drama, Thriller
    Release Date : 3 September 1997
    Cast : Kiefer Sutherland, Reese Witherspoon, Bokeem Woodbine, Paul Perri, Robert Peters, Ben Meyerson, Craig Barnett, G. Eric Miles, Wolfgang Bodison, Dan Hedaya, Chris Renna, Kathleen Marshall, Melinda Renna, Kitty Fox, Guillermo Díaz

    Freeway 1996 Hollywood Movie Watch Online Full Movie

    Freeway 1996 Hollywood Movie Watch Online : Megavideo Link : Alternative Link :

    Freeway 1996 Hollywood Movie Watch Online
    OR
    Freeway 1996 Hollywood Movie Watch OnlineSource URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Wisin & Yandel - Irresistible


    "Irresistible" is a song by reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel taken from the soundtrack album of Step Up 3D. The song was released for digital download on July 27, 2010 and was also included on their live album La Revolución: Live. It peaked at #29 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Goodnight, Ms Holloway

    Loleatta Holloway died today at the age of 64. I'm devastated. Like many fans, I was in awe of her powerful pipes and ability to genre hop effortlessly. This is a woman who began her career singing gospel, before breaking into the 70s soul scene. She then went on to conquer disco, Hi-NRG and house. Not bad for a diva that never experienced the success her talent demanded. But while Loleatta kept a relatively low profile, I guarantee you know one of her songs. The most likely candidate being 1980's "Love Sensation", which was sampled in Black Box's 1989 smash "Ride On Time" (she had to sue for credit) and recycled again for Marky Mark's 1990 number one hit "Good Vibrations". More recently, Whitney Houston turned the underground icon's 1976 disco anthem "We're Getting Stronger" into "Million Dollar Bill". And it was that song, or more specifically its parent album, that sparked my love for Ms Holloway.

    The amazing Disco Delivery wrote a post about the album and I knew I had to get my hands on it. Sooner rather than later. It was love at first listen and I can't recommend the album highly enough as a starting place to discover this wonderful diva. "Loleatta" is a beautiful mix of soul and disco with, surprisingly enough, more than a touch of Millie Jackson-esque verbal sparring. The album's most famous track is undoubtedly "Hit and Run" but for me, it's all about "Dreamin'" (below). That gorgeous explosion of disco fabulousness pushes all my buttons, from the relatively understated beginning to the hilarious mid-song spoken interlude. In the song, Loleatta warns other women to stay away from her man before getting down for some straight talk half way through. Every line from 3:30 mins to the end is highly quotable but this is probably my favourite piece of advice:

    What's mine is mine
    What's yours is yours
    You see, I don't want nuthin' that's yours
    I don't want nuthin' that looks at you!
    You see, I know I got my man!


    Nobody did it quite like Loleatta. May she rest in peace.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Nicole Scherzinger - Don't Hold Your Breath

Watch Shortcut to Happiness 2004 Hollywood Full Online Movie Free DVD

Watch Red Riding Hood (2011) Hollywood Latest Movie Free Online

A Kylie Exclusive - Los Amores Remix

    "Los Amores" is one of my favourite things about the entire "Aphrodite" era. The Spanish version of "All The Lovers" is utterly defining. It sounds like a classy Eurovision entry and you haven't lived until you've heard Kylie try to pronounce "cielo". I'll never forget hearing the song in Spain - performed live on the streets of Chueca by Tony Tornado. Dannii's divine sister would have cried tears of joy if she heard it! But as much as I love and adore this gorgeous anthem, I always assumed it was just a novelty. A love letter of sorts to Andrés Velencoso and her adopted homeland. Needless to say, I was more than a little surprised when MMB told me a remix of "Los Amores" had been commissioned but never used. He thinks it was intended for a Pride event but I don't think anyone knows for certain. And to be honest, I'm just happy it exists. Another killer collaboration with Polish DJs WAWA, the Anthem Mix more than lives up to its name. I'm not sure if it's due to the camp factor or the stunning accuracy with which the lyrics were translated but I actually prefer this to the English version. Now repeat after me:

    Baila,
    Es todo lo que quiero
    ¿Por qué no bailas?
    Estoy aquí contigo, muevete.
    Me meteré en tu ritmo y en su fuego, fuego, fuego.


    With the producer's kind permission, enjoy "Los Amores (WAWA & MMB Anthem Mix)"!

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

50 Cent - Straight to the Bank


    "Straight to the Bank" is the first single by American rapper 50 Cent from his third album, Curtis, released in September 2007. The music video for the song was ranked at #83 on BET's Notarized: Top 100 Videos of 2007 countdown. The song peaked at number ten on the U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Backstreet Boys - Helpless When She Smiles

Usher - More

We Speak No Americano - Korean Style!

    The battle for Korea's girlband crown is over. Give up, Wonder Girls. Go back to hooking, 2NE1. Your cheap rayon wigs have been snatched by LPG! Just when I thought K Pop couldn't get any better (I've been listening to "Twinkle Twinkle" on repeat for days), these five angels have raised the genre to previously unimagined heights by covering Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP's 2010 smash "We Speak No Americano". That song was pretty much the soundtrack to my European jaunt, so it has a very special place in my heart and I love what the girls have done with it. There are new lyrics, a catchy chorus and even a stunning dance routine. I can't understand a word but I'm sure it's deep and meaningful given that they've changed the title to "Angry"!

    So who are these artistic giants? Well, if my research is correct, they are Korea's trashiest act since my idol Mina. It seems the band is comprised of failed beauty queens, their name is an abbreviation of Long Pretty Girls and they have a penchant for releasing novelty songs - including a misguided attempt to revive the Can Can and a winter themed flop called "The Road To Ski Hill". I love them so much it hurts! And surely Korea will now embrace these stunning divas too. "Angry" is undeniably amazing and the video (below) is extremely cute. Before you experience the wonder of LPG, I need some advice. Where can I order a copy of this masterpiece? It must be mine!

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

J Lo - Back At Number One

    In 1999 Jennifer Lopez made the leap from movies to music with the Darkchild produced gem "If You Had My Love" and pretty much became a superstar overnight. That song topped the charts in Australia and now, twelve years later, she repeats the feat with "On The Floor". I'm not sure what shocks me more. That she's only had two number ones in this country or the fact she succeeded where so many other divas have failed - by reviving a music career (in her 40s, no less) that showed no signs of life as recently as last year. Remember the disaster that was "Louboutins"? Probably not given its non-existent chart position. Everyone is pointing the finger at American Idol but how do you explain her success over here? That show means nothing in this country. I think J Lo just got it right this time. "On The Floor" is a return to the Latin flavoured dance-pop she perfected in the late 90s/early noughties. There's the sunny sample, stupid lyrics about dancing the night away and RedOne's trusty recycled beats. It sounds like a sequel to "Waiting For Tonight" - only with Pitbull tacked on for the kids. Yes, it's a bit disjointed and a blatant copy of Kat DeLuna's last single (I'll save DeLuna-gate for another day) but sometimes a drunk bitch just wants to hum along to "Lambada" and dance like it's 1999. Welcome back, Jenny. I should also give a shout out to my girl Ke$ha, who racks up her 6th consecutive top 10 hit this week with "Blow". She is the new Queen of pop. The End.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Black Eyed Peas - Just Can't Get Enough

Plan B - Prayin'

Ilia Darlin - Greek Goddess

    I have to admit I feared for the safety of my eyes and ears when Ilia Darlin was described to me as the Greek Gaga but like Tanya, the self-proclaimed Russian Gaga, this stunning diva is so much better than that 47 year old American tranny. Where to begin with Ilia? She has been hailed the next big thing in Greece (Anna Vissi, your time is up!) and is considered a veritable style icon across the Mediterranean. Which isn't surprising given her penchant for beaded bodices and neon string bikinis! After conquering her homeland, Ilia has her sights set on the UK and plans to unleash her debut single upon unsuspecting pop fans in April.

    I guess you could describe "Car Crash" as a break up song. For serial killers. Most of us stop at deleting our bad boyfriends from Facebook but Ilia takes a slightly different view, declaring "you cheat on me but can't cheat death, I'll burn you like a cigarette" before singing about disposing her lover's body in a lake. Don't mess with this bitch! It's easy to dismiss the track as a gimmick but "Car Crash" is a great pop song. Ilia's bored delivery is absolutely intoxicating and I can't get enough of that demented chorus. With different lyrics and less twisted production the song would stand a better chance at radio but I love that Ilia has taken a risk.

    If you need further proof that this isn't your average diva, check out the amazing video (below). She camps it up chopping meat in a Butcher's shop, dances in a barely there leotard and scowls like she's just chugged a schooner of lemon juice. I'm in love!

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Comeback Of The Millenium

    It's the comeback that 10 desperate pop fans have been waiting for - 90s super group Bachelor Girl is reuniting to promote what I expect to be a multi-platinum selling greatest hits compilation. I can hardly breathe! In case you're a foetus or have trouble remembering the late 90s for other (more valid) reasons, Tania Doko and James Roche are Australian pop legends. At a time when grunge was still in full swing, Bachelor Girl sang bright, happy songs about love and public transport.

    Of course, I'm referring to the iconic "Buses and Trains" - a track that easily ranks as one of the best homegrown pop songs of the past 20 years. Their enduring masterpiece was a top 5 hit in 1998 and went on to become something of an international smash, peaking at #84 in the UK and #29 in Sweden. According to the always 100% reliable Wikipedia. 13 years have passed since then but I still give "Buses and Trains" a spin when I need a bit of cheering up. There's just something irresistible about Tania's bemused tone and the homespun wisdom of the lyrics. They never did top that anthem but their debut album was jam packed with gems - particularly the Alanis-lite magic of "Lucky Me". Bachelor Girl's sophomore album was less memorable but I loved "I'm Just A Girl", the video for which found Tania strutting through Melbourne airport in knee-high fuck me boots. They don't make 'em like that anymore!

    Back to the reunion. The duo's new opus is called "Loved & Lost: The Best Of Bachelor Girl" and is released on April 15. It includes four previously unreleased tracks, which I assume are from their scrapped third album. Excitingly, the group will embark on a brief tour to promote the comeback of the millenium. See you all at the Sydney gig on June 3! Oh and here's "Buses and Trains" just for the hell of it.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Chris Brown - Look at Me Now (feat. Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes)


    "Look at Me Now" is the second single by American recording artist Chris Brown from his fourth studio album, F.A.M.E.. Released on February 1, 2011, it features guest vocals from American rappers Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes. To date, the song has peaked at number three on the U.S. Billboard Rap Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Pound of Flesh 2010 English Movie - Watch Online Download Hollywood Movies

Watch Online Infection: The Invasion Begins (2010) Free Hollywood Movie DVD Print

Lionel Richie + Guy Sebastian + RedOne

    Lionel Richie is poised to have his first major Australian hit since... time immemorial the early 90s with a re-make of "All Night Long". His 1983 number one smash has been overhauled by RedOne and now features Guy Sebastian on backing vocals. I know it sounds like a bad joke but the update actually kind of works and all the proceeds go to the victims of the Christchurch earthquake and Queensland floods - so there's no excuse not to at least try this shit out. Just be grateful they went with "All Night Long" instead of "Hello" or "Penny Lover"! The song has a timeless quality (which RedOne proved last year by sampling it in Enrique's "I Like It") and lends itself easily to the duet format. Although to be honest, Guy really does play second fiddle to Lionel on this. It's like he didn't want to outshine the superstar with his superior vocals - Am I forgiven Guy Sebastian stans? - and humbly took a back seat. Guy is actually on fire at the moment. I secretly love "Who's That Girl" and his joint tour with Lionel is bringing in huge crowds. He just needs to re-release his underrated masterpiece "Oh Oh" and I'll considering turning to the dark side. As for Lionel, this is easily his finest moment since 2004's "Just For You" - one of my favourite jams from that year. "All Night Long 2011" isn't on YouTube yet, but you can preview the song on iTunes. The track is already at #13 after a day, so it looks like being a big hit. I hope there's a glamorous video to accompany this hot mess. Hell, a live clip would suffice. Check out the original version below. Those high waisted leather jeans are to die for!

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

The Game - It's Okay (One Blood)


    "It's Okay (One Blood)" is the lead single by American rapper The Game from his second album, Doctor's Advocate, released on July 24, 2006. The song was included in the Def Jam: Icon for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 video games. It peaked at #16 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Bruno Mars - The Lazy Song

Ying Yang Twins - Shake (feat. Pitbull)

Barb@zul & The Video Of The Year (Part 2)

    Last April I posted Barb@zul's brilliant "I Don't Care" and loudly declared it the video of the year. By the close of 2010 a couple of other clips had edged in front of it but their gay soccer romance remains one of my all time favourites. For so many reasons. Well, my future husbands José and Lázaro have finally delivered the sequel. You might remember that the first installment ended in a major cliffhanger. Basically, Laz and Juan were in the midst of a romance straight out of Mills & Boon. They met on the soccer field - as most gays do - and then started dating. You could tell that marriage and adopted children from Kazakhstan were just around the corner but horny Juan put his paws all over another man and Laz went "hell, no!" and cut that bitch. It was as heartbreaking as it was dramatic and completely realistic. So now, after 10 long months, we finally get to see what happens next in the band's latest clip "Midnight In Berlin". And it has totally been worth the wait!

    If you don't want me to ruin the ending stop reading now. Just know that Part 2 is full of more twists, turns and darkrooms than a Mexican telenovela! Yes, it's really that amazing. Where to start? Firstly, don't fuck with a Spanish gay. Juan tries to apologise but Laz gets his bitch on and says he's going to Berlin. Which, coincidentally, is my favourite city in the world - although I am yet to set foot in Huesca. Once in the German capital, Laz walks around looking miserable. Naturally, he ends up at a gay bar being hit on by a bear but decides against it and plays soccer instead. Meanwhile Juan hits town and heads straight to the club. And then the darkroom. Some gays have no time to waste. This is where I get confused and need some assistance from my Spanish gays. Laz sees Juan in a porno mag, realises he's Spain's biggest porn star and they reunite? No? Whatever. This is stunning and the song itself is brilliant. José's pipes are in fine form and I love the Depeche Mode via Gran Canaria production.

    So do we get a part 3 or at least a porn version next? I have needs...

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Shakira's Gettin' Rabiosa!

    I love posting about Shakira. None of you haters share my love for this holy icon of fabulousness but I get such a kick out of seeing her exquisite face on my blog. Particularly when she's wearing a headband in an obvious tribute to Australia's own Olivia Newton-John. Respect! Unfortunately that is a fan made cover but "Rabiosa" has indeed been selected as the third single from Shaki's stunning "Sale El Sol" album - an opus that is still yet to be released in this country by the cunts at Sony Music. Don't worry, guys. You still have Delta! If you haven't heard the song - and I'm assuming you haven't - make sure you check it out. "Rabiosa" is like "Loca" on crack. It's faster, dirtier and extremely whore-tastic. Three ingredients that make it essential listening. This radio ready collaboration with Pitbull has summer smash (in Mexico) written all over it. But seriously, with J Lo sitting pretty in the top 5 - why not take another chance on Shakira? She did it first and still does it better. I can't wait for the sure to be amazing video. Until then, this slightly disturbing effort (below) will have to do. Embrace the legend.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Nelly - Gone (feat. Kelly Rowland)


    "Gone" is the third single by American recording artist Nelly from his sixth studio album, 5.0, released on January 4, 2011. It features lead vocals from American recording artist Kelly Rowland. The song is the sequel to Nelly's 2002 worldwide number one single "Dilemma", also featuring Rowland. To date, it has reached #59 on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Simply Red - If You Don't Know Me by Now


    "If You Don't Know Me by Now" is a song originally recorded by the Philadelphia soul musical group Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes. The song was later covered by English band Simply Red in their 1989 album, A New Flame. It became their best-known hit after reaching number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 while also peaking at number two in the UK Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

StooShe - Britain's Hottest Girlband

    2011 is turning out to be an amazing year for music. First Kim Kardashian serenaded our senses with "Jam (Turn It Up)", before Xelle and Rebecca Black took popular music to previously unimagined heights with their genre defining anthems. They say good things come in threes but they are clearly mistaken because the lovely ladies from StooShe have delivered yet another dose of musical magic with "Fuck Me". Funnily enough, that's exactly what I said after hearing this for the first time. I'm just not used to 1) England producing decent girlbands after suffering through years of Girls Aloud and 2) complete strangers getting me on such a deep, emotional level. Courtney, Alexander and Karis have chosen a subject matter close to my heart for their probing debut single - the quickie. And the girls tackle the topic with uncanny insight, telling their men to "put it in and don't be speakin' unless it's filthy filthy". Although my favourite bit is the X rated homage to En Vogue when they sing "get it up, get it in and I'll free your mind". Quality stuff! I'm not sure what to make of their fashion sense and the hot mess of a man polluting the video clip (below) but any group that mutters "don't be leavin' me no pearl necklace" in their first offering is more than alright by me. When does the album drop? I need it. Bad.

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Miranda Cosgrove - Dancing Crazy


    "Dancing Crazy" is the lead single by American recording artist Miranda Cosgrove from her upcoming extended play (EP) High Maintenance. The song was released on December 15, 2010 and has so far peaked at #36 on the U.S. Billboard Pop Songs chart. It is a mid-tempo pop rock track and the song deals mainly with Cosgrove and her friends just going out, partying, and having a good time with one another.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Watch July 32nd (2010) Full Online Hollywood Movie Download



    Starring - Park Eun-Soo, Kim Jeong-Gyun, Seong Hye-Rim.

    Director - Jin Seung-Hyeon

    Genre - Drama

    Movie Info - Not Available

    Movie Description - Not Available

    Click Here to Watch Hollywood Movie July 32nd Online :

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

All Hail Rebecca Black

    Rebecca Black is the biggest pop culture phenomenon since Justin Bieber. That, dear friends, is just a heart warming fact. Since the future Grammy award winner's debut appeared on Comedy Central's blog a couple of day ago - under the cruel title "Songwriting Isn't For Everyone" - almost five and a half million people have tuned in to watch it. Those numbers put the 13 year old diva up there with Rihanna and Gaga. An amazing feat, particularly when you consider "Friday" has been roundly declared the worst song ever recorded. By stone deaf haters. Seriously, are these sad fuckers listening to the same track? I hear the voice of an autotuned angel and some of the finest lyrics ever scrawled onto a beer stained napkin by a paraletic songwriter under the influence of a variety of hard drugs.

    Let's get real for a second. As one of my friends Joe quipped, Rebecca makes Kim Kardashian sound like Celine Dion and lines like "gotta get down to the bus, gotta catch my bus" left some critics wondering if the song was a work of satire - it's not - but I genuinely adore this fabulous piece of trash and happily spent $1.69 to download it from iTunes. Why? Because it's as catchy as it is hilarious. Moreover, it's refreshingly unpretentious and ten times better than anything on "Femme Fatale" including the song that Ke$ha wrote. "Friday" rises above the fact that Rebecca sounds like a water damaged Espresso machine to be one of the best songs of 2011. Yes, I said it!

    Interestingly, this masterpiece is the handiwork of Ark Factory (or the new Stock Aitken Waterman as I like to call them). They specialise in writing songs for undiscerning rich girls who want to be pop stars and their conveyor belt approach to production and stunning lack of attention to detail is breaktaking. If they are the new SAW then I guess that makes Rebecca the new Kylie. A blank canvas that gets through some of the most dubious lyrics ever written with an oblivious smile on her face and genuine enthusiasm. And as I wrote in my Sydney Star Observer review - what else was the poor bitch supposed to sing about? Gettin' crunk in tha club? She's 13 years old!

    Here are ten reasons why you should embrace Rebecca Black as the new Queen of pop and acknowledge "Friday" as a piece of modern poetry:

    1. The clip's amazingly tacky animated intro
    2. "Gotta have my bowl, gotta have cereal"
    3. Rebecca's front seat vs back seat dilemma - talk about Sophie's Choice!
    4. It has a chorus for the ages ("Friiiday, Friiiiday, gettin' down on Friiiday")
    5. The bored/humiliated look on her friends' faces
    6. Does she really say "we're gettin' German on the highway"?
    7. The scene stealing cameo from the incredibly uncoordinated girl in the pink dress
    8. Bec is totally hood for a 13 year old, rocking that party!
    9. It's educational - "Yesterday was Thursday, Today is Friday... Tomorrow is Saturday and Sunday comes afterward"
    10. The best rent-a-rapper since Jazzi P


    Watch in awe.

    FUN, FUN, FUN!

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Yet Another Reason Why I Love Shakira

    This is the best thing to hit YouTube since Rebecca Black. And no, I haven't forgotten about that pop pioneer! But I can't stop watching this clip and need to post it. Basically, Shakira hooks up with Rodolfo Burgos - otherwise known as Shakiro - before a concert in Chile. His claim to fame is sounding uncananily similar the Colombian diva and I'm completely mesmerised by his fabulousness and Shaki's big heart. She doesn't bat an eyelid when Rodolfo blurts out that he used to dress up in his mother's clothes to impersonate her (I think we all saw that coming) and looks genuinely touched when he serenades her. I'm so jealous. I would hock my Dannii collection to see the world's realest superstar perform live. When does Shakira's tour reach America or Mexico? I'm tempted to fly over there just to be stunned and amazed by all her genre defining hits and crazy stans. This clip is a must see!Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Selena Gomez > Your Faves

    I'm buzzing! Legendary pop icon Belinda Carlisle just tweeted about my blog, so I thought I should update this fucker. Don't worry, I will comment on music's hottest new talent (ie. Rebecca Black) in a second but I have to give a quick shout out to my favourite Disney diva. Selena Gomez can do no wrong in my eyes. "A Year Without Rain" was one of my favourite albums of 2010 and I can't wait to hear what she churns out next. The first taste of her new offering arrived last week and, to be completely honest, it took a few listens to get into. "Who Says" is an undeniably cute feel good anthem that sounds like something Hilary Duff released in 2003 - a massive compliment, by the way - but in the wake of recent calls for self-acceptance like "We R Who We R" and "Firework", Selena's entry into the growing genre initially sounded a little... shit. I blame the tacky lyrics, which could have been lifted from a Dolly article about teens with low self-esteem. My favourite is the Grammy worthy couplet: "Who says you're not star potential? Who says you're not presidential?" Bitch, please! But then something strange happened. I woke up humming this trash and realised that Selena's magic works in mysterious ways. The song might not be the edgiest thing you'll hear all year but occasionally something sweet natured and insidiously catchy is enough. And you just know they'll gay it up with the obligatory club mixes, so I'm sorted. The video has rudely been blocked by Vevo, so take a listen (below). I wonder if they will release a Spanish version - "Un Año Sin Lluvia" is her defining moment!

    Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

DJ Khaled - Fed Up (feat. Usher, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross and Drake)

Basshunter - Now You're Gone

Ashlee Simpson - La La

Colbie Caillat - I Do


    "I Do" is the first single by American recording artist Colbie Caillat from her upcoming third studio album All of You. The song was released to iTunes and radios on February 7, 2011 and debuted at #38 on the Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart. It has so far peaked at #23 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/
    Visit pop music records for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection

Bobby Valentino - Anonymous (feat. Timbaland)

Watch Hollywood Movie The Other Side (2006) Free Quality Online DVD

Blog Archive