I suppose it was bound to happen sometime, right?
I’ve done this. You’ve done this. We’ve all done this.
Lining up with Anderson Cooper coming out, R&B artist Frank Ocean has opened up about his sexuality. In a very intimate post on his Tumblr account, Ocean talks about a very important encounter he had as a young man.
“4 summers ago, I met somebody. I was 19 years old. He was too. We spent that summer, and the summer after, together. Every day almost, and on the day we were together, time would glide. Most of the day I’d see him, and his smile. By the time I realized I was in love, it was malignant. It was hopeless.”
To read the entire entry, head on over to his Tumblr!
Because we can’t get enough of Obama “singing,” here is our president taking on Justin Bieber!
I don’t care what you say, NOBODY could help themselves from singing along to the highly infectious Carly Rae Jepsen track, “Call Me Maybe.” And you probably thought you’d have fun with that track while it lasted and forget it ever happened. Well, here’s a new song from the 26-year-old (who else thought she was in high school?) called “Good Time.” In the track, she collaborates with Owl City, and fair warning, decide if you want to click “play” now, because this action cannot be undone.
What do you think of the new track?
I love Spotify. In fact, I love it so much, I have a premium subscription. And whenever I find new music that I love, I like sharing it with everyone. Here’s a link to Justin Bieber’s new CD, “Believe,” now available on Spotify!
Katy Perry’s performance for “Wide Awake” during this year’s Billboard Music Awards received less than stellar reviews, so hopefully this new music video makes up for that!
What do you think of the video?
Word on the street is that the Spice Girls could be coming out with a documentary soon. The Huffington Post gives details on what the documentary would be about.
Unlike the abysmal “Spice World – The Movie”, the film intends to be a warts and all look at the Spice Girls rise to fame.
Interviews with each Spice Girl would also be a part of the documentary.
Of course, there’s one major caveat to the deal. It all hinges on whether Victoria Beckham, the fashion designer formally known as Posh Spice, wants to play ball.
And yes, you read that last part correctly. Victoria Beckham, also known as Posh Spice, is the only one who hasn’t approved this documentary. Apparently, she tried to prevent a documentary from airing on TV in the past. As a fan of the Spice Girls, I hope this documentary becomes a reality!
Would you watch this documentary?
It’s always interesting to see musical artists covering other musical artists, so it was pretty cool to see Usher cover Foster the People. Listen as Usher sings “Pumped Up Kicks.”