Tuesday, March 16, 2010


Well, as you know, the much anticipated music video for Lady Gaga & Beyoncé's "Telephone" premiered last Thursday. Since then, the media has been in a frenzy.

"Controversial" is the term they choose to use to describe this video, which amazes me because out of 9 minutes and 30 seconds of pure genius and creativeness, "controversial" is the first word that comes to mind for the less fortunate brain celled human beings of our society.

FOX FLOP News has decided to proceed with doing what they do so well. Sandy Rios in the above video discusses how she believes the "Telephone" music video is "poison to our children's minds."

If you haven't heard, MTV has banned the video from showing on their network, and other networks have ignorantly followed their lead Now, let me just start off by saying that I am not a stan of Gaga, nor do I ride her clit and coochie crank to everything she comes out with. But, however, I do appreciate her talent and her creative mindset. Lady Gaga is not the first to display sexuality in music videos and damn sure won't be the last. FOX News is ignorance at its finest, and there's so much reaching in that interview with that Sandy hoe it's not even funny. Where is Solange when you need her?

"Raped them of their innocence?" How about raped them of the audacity of having a creative mind and thinking outside of the box -- & not just doing the norm, or what society makes the norm out to be. Then the hoe gone say ", lesbian lovers - it's disgusting" -- reaching far into something that wasn't in the least bit direct in my opinion. Not only are they assuming concepts that have not been confirmed, they are disrespecting and humiliating the homosexual community by inferring that a lesbian relationship is "disgusting". It bothers me how this woman spoke of mass murdering and lesbian love in the same form of disgust. Why this type of shit is even allowed to be said on national television bothers me. But then again, this is the American media.

"There is a limit on what we should tolerate". Sigh. No. There should be a toleration of art in a sense that a music video, which is simply used for entertainment purposes, mind you, won't get minds twisted and Dereon panties in a bunch. Neither the television, iPod, or YouTube have a parental duty, therefore they should not be used as excuses to why children are growing up with the wrong ideas about life.

I really appreciate this video for causing so much controversy because it really shows you how dumb and closed-minded American media and society really is. It amazes me how a song about telephones can raise sexual predators and child molesters. But that's a different story. Lady Gaga & HoneyBee have once again snatched the wigs of the industry, the media, and news stations.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

#MusicVideo: Lady Gaga ft. Beyoncé - "Telephone"

FINALLY! The video for "Telephone" by Lady Gaga ft. Beyoncé has finally surfaced. Peep it & share your thoughts!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

New "Telephone" Video Stills

Some new photos from Lady Gaga and Beyoncé's "Telephone" video have surfaced. This video better f&cking slay; I'm super pumped! I guess we shall see come Thursday. But, those legs >>> the industry.

Another photo after the jump.

Monday, March 8, 2010

#NowPlaying: T.I. - "I'm Back"

Not only is WigPress back from our break, rapper T.I. is back since his prison sentence. As you know, TIP was released early back in late December to a halfway house, and is expected to be released from the house on March 26. "I'm Back" (produced by Grand Hustle's TrackSlayerz), is the first song released by him since, and it SHITS. No news on whether or not this is the official first single yet; although I doubt it. His seventh studio album is said to drop in August.

Check it out below!

Gaga's "Telephone" Video Release Date + Alicia's Video Pushed Back?

Stop stallin! Stop stallin! I don't wanna wait anymore. So we finally have a release date for the video of Lady Gaga (ft. Beyoncé) - "Telephone". Be sure to watch the premiere of the video this Thursday @ 11:30 PM on E! News. By the way, the song is currently #12 on the Hot 100, and could possibly (& hopefully) peak in the Top 10 by this week.

Also, Alicia Keys' camp has decided to push the video for "Put It In A Love Song" (ft. Beyoncé) back -- to mid-April. I don't see this push back helping the song either way, but I guess they don't want to be overshadowed by the "Telephone" hype. Sigh. I guess. =/

#NowPlaying: Drake - "Over"

We're late, but whatever. "Over" is Drake's official first single (finally) from his debut album, Thank Me Later. I LOVE IT!

It's amazing how time flies. Just yesterday I was tuning in Friday night at 8 on The-N to catch Jimmy Brooks on a new episode of Degrassi. It's been a long road for Drake and I hope he has much success, because he is indeed very talented.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

#MusicVideo: Monica - "Everything To Me"

Here is the new video for the lead single of Monica's  sixth studio album Still Standing. I actually like it, a lot. Hopefully everything works out well for her with this album, because it was a great struggle with the last. #FAIL

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Rihanna Performs "Rude Boy" Live on Ellen

Rihanna hit up the Ellen DeGeneres Show Monday to perform a slightly different version her new single, "Rude Boy". I thought it was actually better than I expected. Thoughts.?

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Chris Brown's "In My Zone" Mixtape [Download]

The new mixtape from Chris Brown that everyone people have been anticipating released today. I haven't listened, but from what I hear, it shits, pees, & pukes all over Graffiti. I wouldn't be surprised, though [#shade]. Download "In My Zone" below.

Give it a listen and share your thoughts.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

#MusicVideo: "We Are The World" For Haiti

Hmmmph. So much about this video has made me mad, but I guess because of it's cause I must say it was nice. I'll leave it to the tags.
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