Saturday, January 24, 2009

In Music News:

It seems that after about two years our favorite Idol Kelly Clarkson comes back with her Fourth Album: All I ever wanted. The new single "My Life Would Suck Without You" Is gaining more airplay since it has hit the airwaves Mid week and is #1 on itunes for the third day straight. The Album is set to be released March 17,2009 and it already looks like she has a super hit on her hands. Congrats Kelly..

Taylor Swift Has hit the eighth straight week at number 1# on the billboard top 200 charts. If you recall it's peek started right before the new year and she hasn't stopped since then. I guess a broken heart is marketable when your last Boyfriend was on of the Jo Bros.

Lil Wayne has a new project called "rebirth" this will be a rock album yes a rock album. According to Wayne's interview with MTV this album won't be associated with "Tha Carter 3" and he isn't quite sure if there will be a Carter 4 now that this project is coming out so I guess we will see. Rebirth is due to come out April 7th.

As I reported about 3 days ago Bill O the clown and Dennis "Bitch ass" Miller decided to call out Young Jeezy and JayZ for some choice words For Mr.Bush and wanted to make it their personal mission to try to link an expression of the liberation of America to single parents and hign numbers in the jail system which was to me a very racist and uncalled for statement. Jeezy responded via MTV News here's the reply:We already know how both Jay-Z and Jeezy feel about O'Reilly — we've heard it in their music. On Monday (January 19), before performing "My President" at the Warner Theater, Jeezy talked to MTV News about the importance of the record and what he was trying to express.

"Music is how you feel," Jeezy said about being inspired to write "My President." "But if I can say one word, I'll say 'necessary.' I felt it was necessary. I never ever paid attention to any election. Not really [into] politics or anything like that. It never benefited us. This time around, it's not a black-or-white thing — you got somebody in there for us that's well-spoken and gonna handle their business. I just wanted to do my part and let them know we need change, we need help, it's rough out there."

Jeezy said that he plans on releasing the remix for "My President," and that Jay-Z's was just the first verse of the remix we heard.

"The song was powerful already with Nas — now Jay is on there, we got a few more people on the remix. It's not even the song [that's important], it's the message. You still get bits and pieces out of there. You get your 'president is black, Lambo is blue,' but it's bits and pieces in there. You gotta listen. I ain't talking fast, y'all just listening slow."

The Atlanta rapper also described his time in Washington, D.C. over the past few days as an amazing experience.

"It's crazy, man, just to see the energy, just to see the support. All these millions of people are here for one cause," he illustrated. "Everybody is out here. I got a couple of homies who drove from Atlanta, who flew in from Atlanta. The kids are out here. The clubs are crazy, the parties. It's big."

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