Tinie Tempah - Till I'm Gone (feat. Wiz Khalifa)


    "Till I'm Gone" is the seventh single by English rapper Tinie Tempah from his debut studio album Disc-Overy. Released on May 17, 2011, the song features American rapper Wiz Khalifa. The song was also added to the revised digital deluxe version of Disc-Overy which was released on June 17, 2011.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Beyoncé 4 - Album Review

    In a world where a purveyor of cheap urban-dance trash like Rihanna can be honoured with an award for best female R&B singer (over Marsha Ambrosius and Jennifer Hudson no less), it's little wonder that Beyoncé's "4" has many fans and critics scratching their heads. This is an album that refuses to contribute to the slow and depressing death of soul music. With the exception of "Run The World (Girls)", which sounds like it was tacked on as a last-minute afterthought to give Beyoncé something to perform on Oprah, there are no tacky urban-dance hybrids or sample heavy club bangers. Instead, "4" looks back to the sweet soul music of the 70s for inspiration (think Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder and the Jackson 5) with surprising splashes of 80s synths that could have been lifted straight from Prince's "Purple Rain".

    It's a heady mix of pretty ballads, sexy slow jams and funk-heavy floorfillers that prove you don't need to recycle the same old beats to make people move. The emphasis is on meaningful lyrics and quality vocals - giving "4" a timeless feel. I've always loved Queen B's voice but it's a revelation here. She resists the temptation to oversing - displaying a raw emotion that was missing from her earlier work. Bey's transition from pop star to the saviour of R&B is as sincere as it is convincing. Singers often talk about reinventing themselves but very few have undergone this kind of radical change. There are rumours that the Columbia Records begged the diva to re-record "4" but she refused. I hope it's true. This is Beyoncé's coming of age. Her "Impossible Princess".

    While the album is low on radio ready smash hits, this is by far her most cohesive work. It might not sell like "I Am... Sasha Fierce" (although I have a suspicion it might end up surprising everyone) but she doesn't need top 10 hits to stay relevant. Beyoncé's status as the greatest entertainer on the planet is assured regardless of chart position. Tacky remixes and shock tactic are better left to riff raff like Rihanna and Britney. Bey is clearly more interested in making great music and there's plenty of it on "4". This is as close to flawless as modern music gets. Think the ballad disc of "I Am... Sasha Fierce" mixed with the best of "B'Day" to get some idea of the genius that awaits you. Here is my track by track review of 2011's best album.

    1+1

    "4" is a soft, lingering kiss of an album. While lesser divas release songs about S&M, threesomes and disco-stick riding, Beyoncé brings the romance. Jay Z must be doing something right because his woman is seriously loved up. When I first heard "1+1" on American Idol I got chills. When I heard
    the aching beautiful backstage rehearsal, I had pretty much settled on Bey's album opener as my wedding waltz. The usual cynics have ridiculed the lyrics and, while I agree that the song occasionally veers into soppy territory, so does Adele's "Someone Like You". But she's fat and British - so I guess that's ok then. All that "I wish nothing but the best for you" bullshit. Bitch, please. You just stalked his arse! But I digress. "1+1" reminds me of a pared back Alicia Keys track with a slight twist of country. I love the guitar. I love Bey's vocal. I love the whole damn thing and wish it was a single. A live version needs to be released because it's ten times better.

    I Care

    This took a couple of listens to click with me. Produced by Jeff Bhasker (best known for his work with Kanye West), "I Care" is a strange song. It's quite dark in sound and subject matter. Think of it as the clinically depressed cousin of Kylie's "Better The Devil You Know". Beyoncé pretty much pleads with her man to stay even though she knows he doesn't really give a shit about her. Not exactly an upbeat radio hit then. But after a couple of listens, "I Care" really worms its way into your head. I loved the menacing brass, quirky hooks and layered vocals. The chorus couldn't be more simple but it is oddly hypnotic. This is turning out to be something of a fan favourite, so I guess it appeals to the pathetic, lovesick loser in all of us. Not single material in my book.

    I Miss You

    I'm probably alone here but "I Miss You" is my favourite song on "4". The lyrics to this subtle love letter of a song could have lifted from my journal - and knowing Bey's sticky fingers, they probably were! Joking! There's a rawness and honesty to "I Miss You" that cuts straight through me. Beyoncé pulls right back and almost whispers her way through the bittersweet, confused lyrics. "It hurts my pride to tell you how I feel but I still need to - why is that?" Bey muses. Girl, if you find the answer, let me know. Billboard's most successful artist of the millennium is really opening up and taking off the strong, independent woman mask that defined her previous albums. I love this new soft side and think Frank Ocean - who is currently having a hit of his own with "Novocane" - deserves a lot of credit for helping bring that out. The production here is minimal but precise and perfectly suited to the song. We need to thank Solange for introducing her slightly more successful sister to Shea Taylor. He worked wonders on "Hadley Street Dreams" and should be forced to contribute to all Knowles albums from now on.

    Best Thing I Never Had

    What can you say about the album's second single? The Babyface penned ballad is the safest track here. It is basically a rehash of "Irreplaceable" for 2011 but that doesn't make it a bad song. I personally wish she had gone with "End Of Time" or "Countdown" or even "1+1" after "Run The World (Girls)" but, after a slow start, this appears to be doing the trick. It's sitting at number one on UK iTunes and is starting to make serious inroads on the Billboard Hot 100. The main thing that "Best Thing I Never Had" has going for it - apart from a sublime vocal performance and meaty chorus - is the universality of the lyrics. I think the lyrics strike a chord with people and the understated production makes it sound fresh in comparison to overproduced ballads like "California King Bed" and "Impossible". It's also a total grower. I like this more every time I hear it. Fingers crossed the video is a monster. There's a lot riding on the success of this song.

    Party (featuring André 3000)

    Kanye brings his usual swagger to this fun excursion into hip-hop/pop territory. I love the summery feel and deceptively sexy lyrics. That line about milk dripping down to her knees makes me blush! I love that Bey finally gets to unleash a little and show off some of her crazy range. She sounds amazing on the fun chorus and it's nice to hear her sing something frivolous after the highly emotional songs that come before it. The André 3000 rap initially feels a little disjointed but Kanye is a mad scientist of the highest calibre and he brings it all together nicely. Despite the love "Party" is receiving from fans, I hope it's not a single. One "Videophone" - ie. the worst single in her career - is enough for Bey! It is a great album track though and I keep coming back to it.

    Rather Die Young

    This song slays me. It's such a staggeringly fierce diva anthem. Co-written and co-produced by Australia's Luke Steele (of Empire Of The Sun fame), "Rather Die Young" would have effortlessly slotted into any early 70s Diana Ross album. "You're my James Dean, you make me feel like I'm 17" croons Bey before launching full throttle into the chorus. I ache for the way she sings "I'd rather not live AT ALL than live my life without you". It's Motown. It's big hair. It's sequined-gown fabulousness. Unfortunately, Beyoncé hasn't been performing this in her festival gigs, which is a real shame. I think this is a complete anthem and one of the album's most striking songs. It's romantic, oozes soul and gets stuck in your head after the first listen. Drag queens will be performing this for decades to come. Exquisite.

    Start Over

    Beyoncé turned to the giants of yesteryear for inspiration on "4", so it's no surprise to see her channel R&B legend La Toya Jackson on "Start Over". Not only is the title a clear homage to Toy's recent autobiography soundtrack EP, the sound has the same breezy, tropical sound that she coined in the early 80s. The only difference is the tone. There is something quite sinister about "Start Over", which is strange because it is a love song. Written by hit machine Esther Dean, this is - surprisingly given her involvement and Shea Taylor's beautiful La Toya inspired production - easily my least favourite song on the album. It's like the R&B equivalent of Enya. Pretty and soothing but ultimately forgettable and kind of pointless. "Start Over" is pleasant filler that really should have been replaced by one of the brilliant bonus tracks.

    Love On Top

    If bright and happy Bey is your thing, then look no further. "Love On Top" is one of the cutest songs of 2011. It's a retrotastic mid-tempo jam with sweet lyrics like "your lips taste like a night of champagne". A lot of fans are calling for this to be a single. I think the old school, Motown inspired production would scare radio programmers but I'm on board just to see what she comes up with in the video. For me the highlight of this deliriously romantic pop song is the vocal. Beyoncé sounds like Mariah circa "Emotions". You know when she would throw that dog whistle around on the occasional uptempo number. Her voice gets the full workout from soft whispers all the way through to a wail that would make Mimi proud. Like many songs on "4", I think "Love On Top" is probably too niche to be a massive hit but if it clicks with you then this will probably be your ring tone for the next two years. I love it.

    Countdown

    After a slight dip, "4" gathers serious steam with the mind-blowingly amazing "Countdown". This is everything "Get Me Bodied" wanted to be but couldn't quite pull off. Don't get me wrong. I love that jam but it needed a beefier chorus and slightly less drag-tastic lyrics to be the chart-ruling anthem Bey needed at the time. "Countdown", on the other hand, has a glorious sing-a-long chorus that sits perfectly between the fierce verses that spill some of the best lyrics in recent memory. It's hard to pick a favourite line but "all up in the kitchen in my heels - dinner time!" and "grind up on him, gurl - show him how you ride it!" would be right up there. Props to Esther Dean. Another highlight is the Boys II Men sample. Shea Taylor hasn't gone overboard (like Switch on "Run The World"!) but it's great to hear "Uhh Ahh" reborn into something as fresh and fun. With the right video and dance routine, I can see "Countdown" being a huge hit. Rihanna could never.

    End Of Time

    Keep your fingers crossed that this is the third single. I have to admit that "End Of Time" took a while to click with me - the brooding, extended intro distracted me - but this is "Run The World (Girls)" done right. It's a truly original blend of genres and sounds that sounds like it was concocted by a mad scientist in a lab somewhere. I love the driving drums, heavy brass and fierce vocal. This is breathtaking pop music that pushes boundaries and More important that the killer beats (courtesy of Diplo and Switch ie. Major Lazer), are the lyrics. This song is upbeat, catchy and meaningful. Bey sings:

    Come take my hand, I won't let you go
    I'll be your friend, I will love you so (deeply)
    I will be the one to kiss you at night
    I will love you until the end of time


    And my heart melts. This is the album's big hit if done right. Beyoncé's performance of the song at Glastonbury was some next level shit. All she needs to do is repeat that on a handful of American talkshows and she has her number one hit.

    I Was Here

    I don't know about "I Was Here". The idea of Diane Warren and Ryan Tedder contributing to the same song makes my blood run cold. The potential for saccharine lyrics and recycled beats is enough to make Celine come out of retirement. The finished product, however, is surprisingly understated. It is a pretty song but I think someone who is yet to achieve greatness - like Lady Gaga or Katy Perry - should have sung it. This is about leaving your mark on the world. Bey had already achieved that by the age of 19. I do like that she gets to unleash her powerful pipes but again this is one of the songs I would have swapped with one of the killer bonus tracks. Not bad but not as good as the quite similar (in theme and production) "Save The Hero" from "I Am... Sasha Fierce".

    Run The World (Girls)

    What can you say about this mess? It sounds like five songs thrown into a blender without a chorus. Bey now has a lock on the award for the least commercial lead single of all time. I still think this was tacked onto the album to give her something "anthemic" to sing on Oprah and the BBMAs because it doesn't fit the rest of album at all. The strange this is - I genuinely love "Run The World (Girls)". At first I think I was just trying to convince myself that it was good because, well, it's Bey but now I think it's completely iconic. I love those crazy Major Lazer beats and the lyrics still make me laugh. Ghetto Bey brings it hard singing about girl power and not being faded. That combined with a crazy post-apocalyptic girls gone wild video complete with the pantsula dance choreography makes for one crazy arse package. For better or worse it's probably my favourite song of 2011.

    Bonus Tracks

    I hate it when artists keep all their best shit for the bonus tracks but Bey is well and truly guilty. Make sure you get the deluxe edition - you have no choice in Australia - it's definitely worth it.

    Lay Up Under Me

    This is probably the album's most commercial track. Co-written by Stargate and Sean Garrett, "Lay Up Under Me" is another blindingly romantic love song about making your man happy. Only instead of being a standard ballad, it's a quirky mid-tempo affair complete with trumpets and a cute chorus that harks back to the late 80s. "Lay Up Under Me" is flawless pop music. I love the slick production and Bey delivers another exquisite vocal. I just wish it was on the album proper. This deserves to be a single.

    Schoolin' Life

    You know, I honestly thought The-Dream should have retired after killing what was left of Mariah's career on "Memoirs Of An Imperfect Angel" but I take it all back. Christina Milian's cash cow finally shows some of his "Single Ladies" brilliance on "Schoolin' Life". This adorable Prince inspired synth-fest is a very odd pop song. Beyoncé basically gives out life lessons over a beat that could have been lifted from "Lovesexy". She tells the 20-somethings "time really moves fast, you were just 16" and the sexy-somethings "that body ain't always get you out of everything". It shouldn't work but it's pop perfection. I just wish I could make out the lyrics. What does she tell the 40-somethings and 50-somethings? These pearls of wisdom are too important not to heed! One of my favourite songs on the album.

    Dance For You

    If anyone ever has the nerve to ask me what separates Beyoncé from the rest of the urban-pop crowd, I would slap them and then play "Dance For You". This gorgeous, 6 minute long mid-tempo ballad is a masterpiece. It has been described as an update of Destiny's Child's "Cater 2 U" and that's true to a certain extent. The theme is similar only this time around the doormat lyrics have been omitted. Instead, Bey brings the romance in a very adult way. It's about showing appreciation and gratitude - topics that are all but ignored in modern music. I can't even get my head around Beyoncé's vocal on this. She goes from spitting out lines like a machine gun to swooning and cooing, before giving her pipes a full work out. This would be a brilliant single if they can edit it down by two minutes without ruining it. Absolutely beautiful.

    10/10


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Eminem - Space Bound


    "Space Bound" is the fourth single by American rapper Eminem from his seventh studio album Recovery. The song was supposed to be released a few weeks after the third single, "No Love" featuring Lil Wayne, released on October 5, 2010. However, it was delayed and only released to VEVO on June 27, 2011.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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New Jessica Mauboy

    So Jessica Mauboy's "Get 'Em Girls" will be re-released after all! I think this is great news. There's so much good stuff on that album that deserves to be heard. Songs like "Maze", "Forget Your Name" and "Fight For You" are world class urban-pop gems that really should have been singles over trash like "Saturday Night" and "What Happened To Us". I rather embarrassingly (in retrospect) said as much to Jessica's face when I met her at the Nelly/Snoop Dogg showcase in April... and she agreed that "Maze" was a missed opportunity. Take that Sony! She also told me she had recorded a Diane Warren song called "Inescapable" and it's finally here. Given the hit songwriter's track record, J Malley's new single is most likely a ballad. I would have preferred an urban-dance smash but new music from my favourite Australian Idol alumni is always good news. While we wait to hear "Inescapable", why not watch Jessica perform "What Happened To Us" live on Dancing With The Stars with Stan Walker? I love their rendition so much more than the Jay Sean version.

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Jennifer Hudson - No One Gonna Love You


    "No One Gonna Love You" is the second single by R&B singer and actress Jennifer Hudson from her second album, I Remember Me. The song was released to US mainstream radio on May 24, 2011 and she recently performed the song live on The Late Show With David Letterman on June 16, 2011. It has so far peaked at #42 on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Zoë Badwi - Album Sampler

    Sorry for the lack of updates but I've been locked in a dark room listening to "4" on repeat. In fact, the only new music to break through my Beyoncé-trance in the past few days came from Australia's leading lady of dance. On Friday Zoë Badwi released a preview of her soon-to-be-released debut album "Zoë" and it's all killer no filler. The six song sampler contains the club smash "Release Me", her commercial breakthrough "Freefallin'", its misguided but hugely enjoyable follow-up "Accidents Happen" and the downright delicious Sarah Connor cover "Carry Me Home" (below) as well as two new tracks. They are both great but "Until You're Over Me" is a complete knock out. Penned by failed pop star Amy Pearson, who also flexed her considerable songwriting muscle on "Freefallin'", the song is a total smash. I love the dreamy synths and bittersweet chorus. It reminds me of Sophie Ellis-Bextor - only without the annoying accent. Fingers crossed this is Zoë's next single! The other new track is called "Believe You" and was written by the cheesy nugget lovin' sex symbol herself. A sparse piano ballad complete with strings and Adele-tastic lyrics, this is a real change of pace for Australia's club queen. I'm not sure how the track will affect the flow of what promises to be an otherwise turbo-charged dance album but it's great to hear Ms Badwi do something different and show off her powerful pipes. Kind of like when Sophie Monk covered "Ave Maria" on her debut. Ok, that's probably not the best comparison! "Zoë" is released on August 5. It goes without saying that I can't fucking wait.

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Enrique Iglesias with Usher - Dirty Dancer (feat. Lil Wayne)


    "Dirty Dancer" is the sixth single by Enrique Iglesias from his sixth studio album, Euphoria. Released on May 9, 2011, the song is a duet with Usher and also included in Usher's first EP Versus. This music video is a remix of the song, which also features American rapper Lil Wayne. It has so far peaked at #18 on the US Billboard Hot 100.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Britney Spears - I Wanna Go


    "I Wanna Go" is the third single by American recording artist Britney Spears from her seventh studio album, Femme Fatale (2011). Released to U.S. mainstream radio on June 14, 2011, it is a dance-pop song in which Spears sings about losing inhibitions. The song has received mixed to positive reviews from critics and has peaked at number eighteen on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 to date.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Crying & Shaking - 4 is finally here!

    I knew it was going to be a good day when I woke up humming "I Love Tops" "Love On Top". A new Beyoncé album is always cause for celebration but I'm particularly excited about "4". This is a brave step forward in already iconic career. While your faves are on their knees blowing David Guetta for the latest urban dance trash, Queen B decided to reinvent R&B. She wins. Anyway, more about that when I finish my review. Here are some pics from my visit to JB Hi-Fi this morning. I was annoyed that the standard edition hadn't arrived yet - I'll try again this afternoon - but the stunning in store Bey display (below) soothed my devastation.

    In case you're wondering where I am, chances are I'll be kneeling before this piece of cardboard in sombre worship for the next 4-6 weeks. Send me a text. I have my iPhone. And make sure you do buy the deluxe version. The bonus tracks are INSANE. "Schoolin' Life" wouldn't sound out of place on "Purple Rain". It's absolutely exquisite. "Lay Up Under Me" and "Dance For You" are just as good. If you're looking for upbeat Bey - these are your jams. Oh and the deluxe edition even comes with a sample of Heat. Marketing genius!

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Israel Cruz - Party Up artwork & video

    Here it is. The re-invention of Israel Cruz. As I mentioned in a previous post, the 28-year-old is firmly established as one of Australia's most successful R&B/hip-hop artists but has undergone a radical makeover on his latest single "Party Up". I liked Israel's old stuff - particularly the original, non-Scarlett Belle ruined "Freak Tonight" - but this is a massive improvement. Talking a leaf out of Jason Derulo's urban dance handbook, "Party Up" is loud and proud club banger with killer beats and a huge, sing-a-long chorus. It's an amazing song and I can really see it blowing up on the charts. In fact, Ministry of Sound is so confident that they've pushed the track forward a couple of weeks. It goes to radio on Monday and hits iTunes July 8. The video is a bit rough and doesn't quite reflect Israel's polished new sound and image but it's "Thriller" by Australian standards. I like the bright colours and was genuinely impressed by his dance moves. They will come in handy as his career progresses. Check out the clip and let me know if you're on board for the second coming Israel Cruz.

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Nicki Minaj - Did It On Em


    "Did It On'em" is the fourth single by Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj from her debut album Pink Friday. The song was released to mainstream US radio on March 7, 2011. It went on to peak at number three and four on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and U.S. Billboard Rap Songs respectively.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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T-Pain - Best Love Song (feat. Chris Brown)


    "Best Love Song" is a R&B-pop song and the first single by Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter T-Pain from his upcoming fourth studio album RevolveR. Released on March 22, 2011, the song features Chris Brown. It hit number five on the iTunes Top 100 and also peaked at #33 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Prinnie - Australia's own Beyoncé

    Over the past year I've featured a number of fabulous Beyoncé wannabes from around the world including Mexico's stunning Ninel Conde and Belgium's divine Hadise. As it turns out, Australia has its very own fake Bey and she's amazing! Prinnie is a rising pop star with a wardrobe full of outfits that wouldn't look out of place in the House of Dereon. She also has one of the hottest local tunes of the year, which is a complete turn around for me after dismissing "Lion" the first time I heard it. Not because the track was bad but because Prinnie's stylist needs a bullet. How do you turn a pretty girl into the hot tranny mess you see in the video?

    It's like a bad joke. The weave is ridiculous, the clothes are gross and I think Maude Boat came out of retirement to do the make-up. Whatever. The song itself is hot. "Lion" is a catchy urban groove with a killer chorus that Mrs Carter would be proud to call her own. I love the vocal hooks and think Prinnie sounds great. There's a raspy quality to her voice that sets her apart from the other girls. The video, however, is a trainwreck. I love it for the Beyoncé references - there's her "Ego" hoodie, the "Dangerously In Love" dress and even some "Single Ladies" inspired choreography - but this hot jam is definitely better without the visuals. Prinnie has really won me over with this and I'm genuinely excited about her next move.

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Hyna - Japan's shrinking violet

    I feel like my blog has been a little too high brow lately with a flood of posts about classy divas like Beyoncé, Wynter Gordon and La Toya. It's time to get back to my trash roots and I can't think of a better way to do it than write about Japan's latest gift to music. With Ami Suzuki currently working the register at her local McDonalds, my interest in J Pop has waned. The manufactured girlbands annoy me and my prayers for a Seiko comeback remain unanswered. Happily, one stunning lady has stepped up to the plate and hit a home run for the land for the rising sun. Hyna is 22 years old and looks like she just walked off a porn shoot. That's literally all I know about her. Not that it matters. One look at her riveting debut video tells me all I need to know. The bleached blond icon-in-waiting spends most of the video strutting around in bondage wear Xtina rejected for "Not Myself Tonight" for being too tacky. She also manages to dance around with shirtless hotties and pose like a $10 hooker, while miming to the best Lady Gaga knock off I've heard in ages. In other words, Hyna is ten kinds of amazing and demands your complete attention. Thanks to Jacques for giving me the heads up!

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Shontelle - Battle Cry


    "Battle Cry" is the third and final single released by Barbadian singer Shontelle from her debut studio album Shontelligence. The song was released in the US on June 9, 2009 and also as a digital single bundle in the UK on August 10, 2009. It went on to peak at #61 on the UK Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Jay Sean - Like This, Like That (feat. Birdman)


    "Like This, Like That" is the third single by British singer-songwriter Jay Sean from his fourth studio album Freeze Time, set for release on July 5, 2011. The song features rapper Birdman and was released to mainstream radio on June 14, 2011.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Elen Levon in action!

    I've been raving about Elen Levon for a while now. She is sitting on the best unreleased track of 2011 but until that drops, here's your first glimpse of the 16-year-old in action. This dance audition tape (for want of a better description) was my introduction to Australia's next big thing. Elen - one "l" not two - busts a move to Rihanna's "Only Girl (In The World)" with a little help from another dancer and choreographer Marko Panzic. It's kind of scary to watch her in action. There's something raw and dangerous about this girl that gives her an edge over the other teen stars currently on the grind. She kills the routine. I particularly love her solo at the two minute mark. Ciara has been put on notice! "Naughty" is now schedule for release in August but hopefully a preview will find its way online before then. It's an amazing song that lends itself to even crazier choreography. Stay tuned for more Elen very soon.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Even Though I'm A Woman

    OK, this is a bit different for Pop Trash Addicts. Seeker Lover Keeper is an Australian super group featuring a bunch of boring critically acclaimed singer-songwriters that usually make me want to pierce my eardrums with the nearest sharp object. So you can imagine my surprise when I heard "Even Though I'm A Woman" on the radio and fell madly in love. The achingly pretty folk-pop song has a bittersweet underbelly that sets it apart from similar lesbian-with-an-instrument fare. The wistful chorus is sublime and I love the harmonies. I'm genuinely shocked by the quality of this tune. Sarah Blasko is up there with Delta Goodrem and Natalie Muttondressedaslambwaighte as my least favourite Australian artist of all time but her presence is balanced out by the generally inoffensive Holly Throsby and rather lovely Sally Seltmann. Seeker Lover Keeper's album debuted in the top 5 last week and "Even Though I'm A Woman" is rapidly climbing iTunes, so hopefully the girls will be motivated to give up their flop solo careers and cement their status as Australia's non-country but equally fabulous Dixie Chicks. Extra points for featuring my teenage crush Aden Young in the video (below). He is still ten kinds of sexy!

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La Toya reclaims Queen of Pop throne

    In news that will make Toy Soldiers weep tears of joy and relief, the pretty and talented Jackson sister has released new music for the first time in over a decade. It doesn't matter that the 6 of the 7 songs on La Toya's stunning autobiography soundtrack EP were recorded in 2002 and leaked in 2006. That's just how Toy rolls! "Starting Over" is the easily the best Jackson album since "Thriller" but the tracklist is a bit perplexing.

    What the hell is "Mafia Style" doing on there instead of her iconic smash (in waiting) "Player"? I'm also gutted that Toy Toy's exquisite calypso anthem "Tropical Breeze" missed the cut but at least "No More Drama" and "Just Wanna Dance" - which, in true Toy style, has been mislabelled "Jut Wanna Dance" - were included! The highlight, however, has to be the legendary beauty's new song.

    "Starting Over" raises pop music to glorious new heights that derivative flops like Janet could only dream of. While the rest of the music industry is busy recycling the 80s, La Toya revisits the mid-noughties with intentionally dated beats (lifted straight from her Star Ice jingle) and delivers exquisite lyrics like "say what you wanna say, just live your life straight or gay!" Lady Gaga could never.

    Here is the full tracklist:

    Mafia Style (Skit)
    Should've Left You
    No More Drama
    Don't Want You No More
    Free The World
    Just Wanna Dance
    Starting Over


    "Starting Over (Songs Inspired By The Book)" is available to download now from Australian iTunes. Make sure to write a positive review when you buy it. I've already thrown in my 2 cents! To get an idea of the aural treat that awaits you, here's "Free The World" - La Toya's heartbreaking response to September 11. La Toya's Grammy nominated songwriting genius is on full display in this modern classic and her vocal makes Adele sound like Ashanti. Goodbye pretenders. The Queen is back!

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Katy Perry - bigger & better than Lady Gaga?

    Last week Lady Gaga and Katy Perry went head-to-head with new video clips. As recently as last year, this would have been a cake walk. Mother Monster would be using her rival's wig as a merkin, while Katy cried on the phone to Russell. But a lot has changed since then. Despite the unprecedented tidal wave of hype and promotion surrounding "Born This Way", "Teenage Dream" is the album churning out the hits. It's not like Lady Gaga is doing poorly - her last three singles have reached the top ten in America - but Ms Perry is gunning for her fifth consecutive US #1. And with the amazing "Last Friday Night (TGIF)" currently occupying the top spot on US iTunes - she has a very real shot of pulling it off. To put things into perspective, the so called biggest star on the planet has only managed three in her entire career.

    No doubt Monsters will point to Gaga's album sales. "Born This Way" is almost equal with "Teenage Dream" on that front after less than a month. But we all know those figures were seriously inflated by the 99 cent Amazon deal and, given its rapid decline in sales ever since, Katy would probably have her there too. After all, Lady Gaga is already on her third single and, with the exception of "Hair" or perhaps "You & I", she's all out of potential radio hits. In the past you could legitimately argue that Mother Monster was at least untouchable as the new queen of music videos but Katy has stolen that crown too. "ET" is everything "Born This Way" wanted to be - stylish, cohesive and clever - and the reported $10 million dollars that Gaga spent on "Judas" is the biggest waste of money since "Waterworld".

    That leaves us with their current videos. Katy's "Last Friday Night (TGIF)" is a joyous 8 minute extravaganza that plays like a 80s sitcom. Kathy Beth Terry, the pop star's alter ego in the clip, is an awkward teenager who crashes her neighbour's party. Not only is said neighbour internet sensation Rebecca Black but the video is also jam packed with celebrities ranging from Kenny G to Debbie Gibson and a bunch of nobodies from Glee. It's completely ridiculous but I love every second of it and the trashy extravaganza has already racked up 22 million views on YouTube. Meanwhile, Lady Gaga dances on a fire escape in her clip. That is literally it. If nothing else it can be marketed as a cure for insomnia. I'm not blaming her for pulling back and doing something less extravagant but "Edge Of Glory" deserved a majestic clip. I envisaged cliffs, angels and an eerie death scene. Not some shitty stripper busting a move on a staircase. Next!

    Anyway, you decide. Here are their the videos. Is Katy Perry now the biggest name in pop music or is this just a temporary blip in Lady Gaga's march to greatness?

    VS

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Zoë Badwi's Carry Me Home - video review

    I've been meaning to post this for a while now. Zoë's "Carry Me Home" video debuted a couple of weeks ago and I never got around to writing about it. It's no secret that I love the song - it's so soft and pretty - but the video is kind of perplexing. From the preview, I thought it was going to have an old Hollywood theme with the stunning dance diva standing around looking frail and beautiful on a staircase. That would have been enough for me and suited the song perfectly. But someone got a little too creative and gave it an "Eyes Wide Shut" twist. In the video Zoë decides to spice up her life by inviting her man to some kind of high-camp swingers party full of gays that look like they were rounded up outside Arq at 5am on Sunday morning. It's a bit random but fair play. "Carry Me Home" is going great guns in the clubs (up to #6 on this week's chart) and should gather more steam when it's pushed to radio in a couple of weeks. You can download the radio edit from iTunes now. Trust me, it's $1.69 well spent!Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Ashanti to tour Australia

    This is not a late April Fool's Day joke. Ashanti, who I believe once scored a hit somewhere in the early noughties, is rumoured to be touring Australia soon. In all fairness, Nelly's girlfriend was a pretty big name (about 10 years ago) and has some good songs. "Foolish" is a classic and I still love her Ja Rule collaboration "Always On Time" but this has to be the most random flop to tour Australia since Blu Cantrell. The strangest thing is - I'm dying to go! I secretly think it's hilarious she's conned her way on to the bill and there's no doubt in my mind that her #96 smash "The Way That I Love You" will bring the house down. I'm particularly interested to see if the 30-year-old performs any new material. Hasn't she been threatening to release a new album since "The Declaration" went three times plastic in 2008? Only time will tell. But to get you into the mood for the return of a true R&B legend, here is her last Australian hit "Body On Me".

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New Boyz - Better with the Lights Off (feat. Chris Brown)


    "Better with the Lights Off", featuring Chris Brown, is the third single by American hip hop duo New Boyz from their upcoming sophomore album, Too Cool to Care. The song was released for digital download on May 3, 2011. It has peaked at #61 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 to date.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Israel Cruz - Party Up preview

    Here's the first look at Israel Cruz's hot new single "Party Up". Some of you might remember songs like "Wake Up With You" and "Freak Tonight" (which Scarlett Belle infamously destroyed last year) but the talented singer has swapped his trademark hip hop beats for a more radio friendly urban dance sound. Think Taio Cruz meets Jason DeRulo - but with more of an edge. I love "Party Up" and think it's an absolute smash but you can't actually hear a lot of the song in the preview. It finally comes in at around 4:10 minutes, so stick with it. The video itself looks like a lot of fun. I've seen an early edit and it turned out really well. For starters, I had no idea Israel could dance! Stay tuned for the finished product very soon.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Wynter Gordon - Live & Acoustic

    I guess I should start this post by reminding everyone that Wynter Gordon's debut album "With The Music I Die" was released on Friday. It's absolutely brilliant and you need to own it. Expect a full review soon. Now that's out of the way, time to talk about the gorgeous singer's Sydney showcase. When I hear a dance diva is doing an "acoustic set", I usually run in the opposite direction. Memories of Melissa Tkautz belting out "Sexy Is The Word" accompanied by only a piano still haunt my dreams but I had faith in Wynter. After all, this is the woman who cut her teeth on soulful jams like "Surveillance" before conquering the dance world - so I knew she would bring it. And she did.

    302 is a tiny venue the size of a luxurious toilet cubicle. So they really weren't lying when they said it was going to be intimate. Wynter squeezed her way through the horde of admiring gays and eventually sat down at a microphone with only a guitarist for back up. She started with a knock out rendition of "My Guy", which showcased exactly how strong her voice is. J Lo's favourite songwriter told us she had a sore throat but it was impossible to tell. She sounded flawless. Next up was "Til Death", which came across a lot darker pared back to basics, and a surprise cover of Katy Perry's "ET". I loved her version and think it would make a cool B-side somewhere down the track.

    I have to admit I had reservations about an acoustic rendition of "Dirty Talk" but it was a lot of fun. Her next surprise was a cover of Arcade Fire's "Wake Up". I have to admit I'm not familiar with the original but I'm going to hunt it down because Wynter's version was achingly beautiful. She closed the set with "Buy My Love", which has been confirmed as the next single from her album. I love the song and can imagine radio lapping this up. It's so cute and catchy! The only disappointment in an otherwise fantastic set was the absence of "Still Getting Younger". Happily, I was told that remixes have already been commissioned and the best song Kylie never released is firmly scheduled to be her fourth single. It's going to be massive!

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Carrie Underwood's Sydney showcase

    On Thursday night I was lucky enough to be invited to Carrie Underwood's Sydney showcase at the Museum of Contemporary Art in The Rocks. The country superstar was in town to promote the Australian re-release of her 2009 album "Play On" and introduce herself to the local media. I'm not going to lie and pretend I've been Carrie's number one fan since the beginning but I genuinely adore "Some Hearts" and secretly stan for her crossover pop hits. So it was extremely exciting to finally see her in person. I knew she would sound good but I wasn't expecting her to be that brilliant.

    Sony CEO Denis Handlin introduced the 2005 American Idol winner, pointing out all her stunning achievements - including 10 number one hits on the US country chart and record sales totalling 13 million. He also told us that Carrie had made the journey from Melbourne by bus due to volcanic ash, which made her flawless appearance and pitch perfect performance all the more impressive! She began with "Cowboy Casanova" before moving on to "So Small" and "Last Name". I like all those songs but she really did save the best for the second half.

    "Jesus, Take The Wheel" would probably be my theme song if I were religious and it was amazing to finally hear it live. What a great song! Next up was her current Australian single "Undo It". It's so catchy and could be a hit if radio would embrace it. The last track was "Before He Cheats", which the superstar recently performed on the finale of American Idol. I thought Carrie sounded a bit rough that night but it was obviously the fault of the annoying flop singing along side her because she tore it up on Thursday. "Before He Cheats" really is the best song Shania never recorded.

    After the showcase Carrie walked around and introduced herself to everyone. I got the chance to meet her and get a photo. She was really nice and spoke about how much she likes Australia. The best thing is - I think she'll be back. I seriously doubt Sony would have splashed out on such a lavish affair to promote the re-release of an old album. Particularly when she only sang two songs from it. I think they have the bigger picture in mind and are intent on making her a Taylor Swift sized star in this country. It's a smart move. There's no reason why she can't repeat her American success here. Carrie is the complete package.

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Chris Brown - Next 2 You (feat. Justin Bieber)


    "Next 2 You" is the fifth single by American recording artist Chris Brown from his fourth studio album, F.A.M.E. The R&B and pop number was released in June 2011 and features Canadian recording artist Justin Bieber. It debuted at #26 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Wynter Gordon - Dirty Talk


    "Dirty Talk" is the lead single by American recording artist Wynter Gordon from her debut studio album, With The Music I Die. The song was released in the United States on February 17, 2010 and was well-received from music critics. It topped the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs and the Australian Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Lady Gaga - The Edge of Glory


    "The Edge of Glory" is the third single by American singer songwriter Lady Gaga from her second studio album Born This Way. The song was released digitally on May 9, 2011 and to US Radio on May 17, 2011. It has so far peaked at number three on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and number six on the UK Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Alexandra Stan - Mr. Saxobeat


    "Mr. Saxobeat" is the third single by Romanian recording artist Alexandra Stan from her upcoming debut album, Alexandra Stan. The song has became her most successful single to date, topping the Romanian Top 100 for eight consecutive weeks and becoming her first to chart outside of Romania. It also peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Airplay charts.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Peter Wilson's Stereo video!

    A couple of months ago I posted a preview of Peter Wilson's "Stereo" video and it triggered something of a war in the comments. The 90s pop star's new song turned out to be the love-it-or-hate-it jam of the year with some people declaring it a trainwreck, while others praised its retro-tastic PWL sound - courtesy of Dave Ford and Ian Curnow, no less. The video has been out for a while now but it completely passed me by until I saw it on Pop In Stereo a couple of days ago. I asked Peter about the clip and his brutal commentary is not fit to be repeated in public but I think he's being a bit harsh. Low budget Australian videos really know how to plumb the depths of bad taste with style and humour! I love how ridiculously disconnected the clip is to the song. Why not pursue the cute 80s theme? Or just film Peter naked in the shower to make me happy? No. Someone thought the year's gayest pop anthem really needed a gritty video that finds the Melbourne based singer emoting against graffiti in what looks to be an abandoned slum! It's a hot mess but I love "Stereo" and the rest of the album is amazing. There's even a Stock Aitken Waterman track on there. Oh well, until that gets released, brace yourself for one of the year's most... memorable film clips.

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The return of Gina G

    Over the past few weeks I've been inundated with requests to review the new Gina G single. I would have whipped up something earlier but I was waiting on the video clip. Which is every bit as... stunning as I had imagined. Basically, the glamorous pop icon wanders around a dubious nightclub flirting with gay "boys". I think poor Gina accidentally wandered into a MAG convention because these homosexuals look like they've been on the grind since 1987. My favourite part of the clip is when the former redhead performs on stage and you can see my friend Natty trying to duck for cover in the front row (1:35 mins)! OK, so it's not "Telephone" but the Eurovision legend looks fabulous and the song is really cool. The only difference between this and Havana Brown's current top 10 hit is major label support. "Next 2 U" is the kind of cute and fluffy pop anthem that Gina perfected in the late 90s - with a modern twist. Fingers crossed she finds an audience this time around because I want an album. Her last opus "Get Up & Dance" was sorely underrated and Australia needs another dance diva of a certain vintage now that Dannii has retired to host a rubbish TV show. Check out the video and download this smash from iTunes now!

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Take That - Kidz


    "Kidz" is the second single by British pop group Take That from their sixth studio album, Progress. Released on February 20, 2011, the song features Mark Owen and Gary Barlow performing lead vocals. The group performed the song live at the opening of the 2011 BRIT Awards on February 15, 2011. It went on to peak at #28 on the UK Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Elen Levon - Naughty video shoot

    Sorry about the lack of updates but things have been all kinds of crazy lately. One of the bright spots of the past week was dropping by Elen Levon's "Naughty" video shoot. I've been championing this girl - she is only 16 years old - since hearing her demo a couple of months ago and it's exciting to see everything coming together. The more I see of her, the more I'm convinced she's going to be completely unstoppable. Elen has the looks, voice and dance moves to slay your faves. And she still comes across as a normal teenager as opposed to the media trained automatons I'm used to dealing with. It was actually kind of scary watching her on set today. She didn't miss a beat. I'm usually hugely critical of locally produced video clips but I'm optimistic that this will buck the trend. I love the emphasis on complex choreography, the sexy but not slutty styling and teen-tastic homage to Kylie's "Slow" video! A preview of "Naughty" will debut online in the next few days. Stay tuned!

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Katy Perry - Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)


    "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" is the fifth single by American recording artist Katy Perry from her third studio album, Teenage Dream. The music video features cameos by Rebecca Black, Darren Criss, Kevin McHale, Hanson, Kenny G, Debbie Gibson and Corey Feldman. It has so far peaked at #63 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Kerli - Army of Love


    "Army of Love" is the lead promotional single from Estonian recording artist Kerli's upcoming second studio album, scheduled for 2011. The song was initially released on December 16, 2010 and went on to peak at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Shontelle - Licky (Under the Covers)


    "Licky (Under The Covers)" was originally to be the second single from Barbadian recording artist Shontelle's second studio album, No Gravity. The track was not included on the album, however it is included as a bonus track on the UK digital editions of the album.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Melanie C - Rock Me


    "Rock Me" is the lead single by English singer-songwriter Melanie C from her upcoming fifth studio album, The Sea. She is best known as "Sporty Spice", one of the members of the girl group Spice Girls. The song is scheduled to be officially released on June 24, 2011. It also serves as official theme song by German TV channel ZDF for the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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The Script - If You Ever Come Back

Far East Movement - So What?

Mohombi - Coconut Tree (feat. Nicole Scherzinger)

Bad Meets Evil - Fast Lane (feat. Eminem, Royce Da 5'9)

Shakira - Rabiosa (feat. Pitbull)


    "Rabiosa" or "Rabid" in English, is the third single by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira from her third bilingual and seventh studio album Sale el Sol. This is the English version of the song which features rapper Pitbull. The song has so far peaked at number two on the Spanish Singles Chart and has also received positive reviews from American music critics.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Wynter Gordon - Til Death

Havana Brown - We Run the Night

Tonje Langeteig & the single of the year!

    Tonje Langeteig is my new religion. I know her awe-inspiring anthem "I Don't Wanna Be A Crappy Housewife" is already getting major coverage on the blogosphere but I would feel remiss in my duties as a connoisseur of fine trash if I didn't throw in my two cents. Tonje first came to fame on the Norwegian version of Dating In The Dark. Her stunning curves and magnetic charisma could not be denied and millions of gays across Scandinavia petitioned for the busty blond to revolutionise pop music. At least that's how I like to think it happened! Her debut single has been torn apart by the usual snobs but "I Don't Want To Be A Crappy Housewife" is genuinely amazing. This touching and insightful glimpse into the cruel lifecycle of Norwegian cougars will leave you questioning the meaning of life.

    The highly philosophical diva begins the song by declaring "I woke up one morning and I thought I was young but no no no my youth was gone". I wonder if this was originally written with Madonna in mind. But I digress. Tonje then flees to the disco to avoid her empty existence as housewife but obviously pops a dud pill because she begins pondering her own mortality, singing "when I'm six feet under, when I'm dead - I don't want dirt on me but make up instead". Lady Gaga wishes she wrote that lyric! The video is equally amazing. Our heroine rocks up to the world's worst nightclub with a couple of dicey looking hookers in tow before dancing with her rent-a-rapper. Oh and if you think Tonje is all looks and no talent, just watch this stunning live rendition of "I Don't Wanna Be A Crappy Housewife". Now we know where Britney got the inspiration for her BBMA performances from! Download this masterpiece - complete with world's worst cover and spelling mistakes - from iTunes now.

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Behind the scenes with Zoë Badwi

    I love Zoë Badwi more than cold beer and fried chicken. She puts up with my drunk tweets and continues to carve out her own little niche as Australia's first lady of dance. While her last single failed to match the success of past hits like "Release Me" and "Freefallin'", the former Sirens singer should have more luck with "Carry Me Home". It picks up where the aforementioned Amy Pearson penned masterpiece left off - killer chorus, crisp synths and dreamy vocal - but shows off Zoë's softer side. There is a mellowness to this collaboration with TV Rock DJ Grant Smillie that will no doubt help the track crossover from nightclubs to commercial radio. You can dance to this or hum along to it while doing the ironing! "Carry Me Home" is quite possibly Ms Badwi's finest moment and the video is shaping up to be equally triumphant. As far as I can tell she just walks around a house looking glamorous but at least there is no bondage-dancing in train stations or weird special effects that don't really make sense. Zoë is keeping things classy this time around and I love the old Hollywood aesthetic. Check out a behind the scenes preview below and download the song from iTunes now.

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Beyoncé slays your faves - YET AGAIN

    "Run The World (Girls)" is now a gold-selling top 10 hit. In Australia. Not only that but "Best Thing I Never Had" is already top 30 on our iTunes with no airplay or promotion - a stark contrast to its position in America. I think we all know what this means. Beyoncé is the new Kat DeLuna. Only instead of ruling Belgium's airwaves, Honey B is snatching wigs from Penrith to Perth. Kelly Rowland could never!Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Linkin Park - Iridescent


    "Iridescent" is the fourth single by American rock band Linkin Park from their fourth studio album, A Thousand Suns, released on September 14, 2010. The song will serve as the theme song for the upcoming film Transformers: Dark of the Moon, continuing the streak of the band's songs being the theme songs of the Transformers films. It has so far reached number twenty-one on the US Billboard Alternative Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Foo Fighters - Walk

Shontelle - Say Hello To Goodbye


    "Say Hello to Goodbye" is the third single by Barbadian recording artist Shontelle from her second studio album, No Gravity. The song was released to U.S. Radio on March 15, 2011. It has so far reached #34 on the U.S. Billboard Pop Songs chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Jordin Sparks - The World I Knew


    "The World I Knew" is the theme song recorded by Season Six American Idol winner Jordin Sparks for the film African Cats, which was released on April 22, 2011. The film is a nature documentary film (narrated by Samuel L. Jackson) about several lions and cheetahs trying to survive on the African savannah.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Martin Solveig - Ready 2 Go (feat. Kele)


    "Ready 2 Go" featuring vocals from British musician Kele Okereke, is a song performed by French electronic music DJ and producer Martin Solveig. The music video was released on YouTube on May 4, 2011 and it has so far peaked to #37 on the French Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Rihanna - Man Down


    "Man Down" is the fifth single by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna from her fifth studio album Loud (2010). Released to US rhythmic and urban radio on May 3, 2011, the song received positive reviews from music critics who noted it a comeback of Rihanna to Caribbean-tinged rhythm. It has so far charted at #94 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Alexis Jordan - Happiness


    "Happiness" is the lead and debut single by American recording artist Alexis Jordan from her self-titled debut studio album Alexis Jordan, released in the United States on September 7, 2010. The song was well received and Jordan was complimented by music critics for her vocal abilities. It went on to top the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs and also peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart.Source URL: http://popmusicrecords.blogspot.com/2011/06/
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Mylène's latest triumph!

    Poor Lady Gaga. She hires RedOne and ends up with a stinker like "Judas", while stunning 49-year-old French pop legend Mylène Farmer nabs a modern classic. "Lonely Lisa" is the third single from "Bleu Noir" and should follow the other two all the way to number one - which would make it her 8th consecutive chart topper in France and 12th in total. This bitch has snatched so many wigs she has RSI! I loved understated moodiness of Mylène's last single but "Lonely Lisa" is in a different league entirely. RedOne was obviously inspired by the diva's timeless beauty and delivers a turbo-charged pop song, as haunting as it is catchy. I can't wait for my physical copy to arrive so I can spend hours admiring Mylène's stunning outfit on the cover (above). Now that's what I call glamour. As for the video, it's another triumph. While smaller stars like Rihanna and Lady Gaga employ shock tactics for publicity, the French superstar explores the riveting topic of tanning in her clip. In sunbeds. In the desert. Oh and there's also a shimmery black camel and ballet dancers. It makes no sense whatsoever but remains utterly amazing. Only Mylène!

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