According to the sun he wants the singer to sit along side himself Cheryl Cole and and long timer Louis Walsh to complete the line up. Continue reading
Eminem has insisted that his new album is not a sequel to his the original Marshall Mathers LP which is arguably one of his best albums.
He explains that the new album is more of a revisitation to his earlier work.
He said: ”[It's] not necessarily a sequel. As much as it is a revisitation. So there’s not gonna be, like, continuations of every old song on there or anything like that.
“To me, it’s more about the vibe and it’s more about the nostalgia.”
He went on to add: ”wouldn’t want to call it that just for the sake of calling it that,
“I had to make sure that I had the right songs, and just when you think you got it, you listen and you’re like ‘F**k, man! I feel like it needs this or that’, to paint the whole picture.”
His eighth studio album will be released on November 5 and features the likes of Rihanna and Kendrick Lamar.
Following Robing Thicke’s amazing success in the charts with his hit single Blurred lines, he wants to re-create another video for the song starring British Wimbledon champion Andy Murray.
Robin appeared on ITV’s Lorraine show where she revealed that one of Murrays favourite pre-match songs is blurred lines.
Robin Thicke explained the theme saying: ”Beautiful girls in various tennis outfits with rackets strategically placed.”
So if Andy accepts he could be in for a treat although his girlfriend probably wouldn’t be too happy about it if it’s anything like the explicit video for blurred lines.
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Both Kanye West and J. Cole will be releasing their anticipated albums on the 18 June this month and will go head to head for sales.
Kanye West’s album Yeezus will be his first album after the collaboration album with Jay Z so it will be interesting to see how good his music is without arguable one of the best rappers in Jay Z but Kanye has held his own and makes very smart music that everyone enjoy’s.
J. Cole come into the scene out of nowhere after he was co-signed to Jay Z’s record label Roc’a'fella and has not looked back since after his first album ‘Cole summer’ was a great success with a lot of award nominations for the album and alot of hits. One song that has released from the album is ‘Power Trip’ with miguel which was another succesful song and enjoyed by plenty.
If you had a choice between the two albums which one would you pick ?
I would have to pick J. Cole’s Born Sinner because i just think that Kanye has lost his way from when he was making great songs and his ego has got to him to the point where he think’s he is superior and i don’t like to hear that in artist’s music whereas J. Cole focusses on telling stories and gives us an insight of his own personal pain.
We all know who the fast man in the world is Usain Bolt but recently with bad form the world fastest man was beaten in the Jamaican Olympic by Yohan Blake and Tyson gay.
And now Blake has said this year 2012 will be the most exciting 100m final we’ll ever see, and in my opinion I think we will as Usain bolt is in bad form right now after car crash and other means but working hard in the Olympic you can never be sure who would win the race. That’s what makes then excited.
Now that the competition is much open you never know who will win blake looks to be ready for the race. And other are ready to have him on in the 200m race, I guess we’ll just have to wait and find out.
Nicki Minaj releases her long awaited second album ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded’ today (April 2) in another busy week for new releases.
Lostprophets also return with their fifth studio album ‘Weapons’, while there are also new albums out from The Futureheads, Killing Joke, Orbital, Labrinth, All The Young and East 17. Blur’s Graham Coxon all returns with his latest solo offering ‘A+E’.
Florence And The Machine release their latest single ‘Never Let Me Go’ today, while there also new tracks out from Steel Panther, Laura Marling, Tribes and Jessie Ware.
Singles released today:
Breathe Carolina – ‘Blackout’
Casiokids – ‘Kaskaden’
Graham Coxon – ‘What’ll It Take’
Florence And The Machine – ‘Never Let Me Go’
Julian Lennon – ‘Guess It Was Me ****’
Laura Marling – ‘All My Rage’
The Milk – ‘Broke Up The Family’
Olly Murs – ‘Oh My Goodness’
Steel Panther – ’17 Girls In A Row’
Taylor Swift – ‘Safe And Sound’
Tribes – ‘Corner Of An English Field’
Jessie Ware – ‘Running’
Albums released today:
All The Young – ‘Welcome Home’
Amadou & Marian – ‘Folia’
Bonnie Raitt – ‘Slipstream’
City And Colour – ‘Europe Live (2011)’
De La Soul’s Plug 1 & Plug 2 – ‘First Serve’
Demi Lovato – ‘Unbroken’
Dr. John – ‘Locked Down’
East 17 – ‘Dark Light’
Evans The Death – ‘Evans The Death’
The Futureheads – ‘Rant’
Graham Coxon – ‘A+E’
Hour Of Penance – ‘Sedition’
Imperial Leisure – ‘Death To The One Trick Pony’
Killing Joke – ‘MMXII’
Julia Holter – ‘Tragedy’
Labrinth – ‘Electronic Earth’
Lostprophets – ‘Weapons’
Nicki Minaj – ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded’
Orbital – ‘Wonky’
Over Kill – ‘The Electric Age’
Paul Van Dyk – ‘Evolution’
Rachel Yamagata – ‘Chesapeake’
Roxette – ‘Travelling’
Seth Lakeman – ‘Tales From The Barrelhouse’
Simon Felice – ‘Simon Felice’
Swans – ‘The Burning Wood’
Tribal Tech – ‘X’
Turin Brakes – ‘The Optimist Live’
The Wave Pictures – ‘Long Black Cars’
Willis Earl Beal – ‘Acousmatic Sourcery’
Yppah- ‘Eighty One’
Half the group participated in a six-week Academic Music curriculum and the rest received the school’s regular math instruction.
Students in the music-based programme scored 50 percent higher on a fraction test, taken at the end of the study, compared to students in the regular math class.
Significant gains were made by students who struggle with academics.
The researchers compared the test scores of lower-performing students in both groups and found that those who were taught the experimental music curriculum scored 40 percent higher on the final fractions test compared to their lower performing peers in the regular math class.
An innovative curriculum uses rhythm to teach fractions at a California school where students in a music-based programme scored significantly higher on math tests than their peers who received regular instruction.