Tuesday, September 22, 2015


After over six years and 3,362 posts I have decided to consolidate my online presence a little and move my blog posts to my TUMBLR account. I have been posting and re-posting for a while now and it seems easier to reach my followers through Tumblr, so that is the idea. I am keeping the blogger site up for archive purposes, so feel free to keep looking at all your old faves, bitches!!! I will still maintain my TWITTER as well to reach followers, so keep an eye out for me.  Blogger has been a lot of fun and a great learning tool, so no T no shade to Blogger, y'all, but daddy don't have time for all this posting and re-posting. So head on over to my TUMBLR and TWITTER to keep up with me or you will be punished. And not in a good way.

Thursday, September 17, 2015


I had AH-MAH-ZING seats for last night's Rebel Heart Tour at Madison Square Garden here in NYC (thanks to my brilliant Hubby) and had to take a few short videos (pics to come) of the show. Here are some of my favorite moments caught for you. The show was absolutely sensational and my fave Madge concert since The Confessions Tour. She really doesn't slow down, people!!!! She even sang some songs she hasn't done is ages like True Blue, Who's That Girl, Love Don't Live Here Anymore and Dress You Up. It was so exciting to be so close to the woman I have loved and idolized since I was a kid. Here is the amazing Madonna at MSG.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015


I am seeing Madonna's Rebel Heart Tour at Madison Square Garden tonight!!! I am so excited to see my all-time fave singer up close and personal. To prep for what is going to be an amazing show I thought I'd take a trip back in time and share a clip from each of Madonna's amazing concert tours with you from The Virgin Tour to the MDNA World Tour. Here we go, bitches!!!! Madonna's Rebel Heart Tour is currently cutting its way across the globe. Check online for dates and tickets in your area.

Friday, September 11, 2015


I'M SEEING MADONNA IN CONCERT NEXT WEEK. AND AMY FUCKING SCHUMER IS OPENING FOR HER!!!!! I can't. I simply CANNOT!!!! Anyway, in celebration of that fact, here are the three videos Madge has released from her amazing Rebel Heart album all in one place for you to fap to for the rest of the day. I am so excited about this concert I could kill everyone in my office. But I won't. Enjoy. Happy Madonna Friday!


Kylie Minogue has teamed up with producer Fernando Garibay before. The pair released an EP in 2014 titled Sleepwalker that had some enchanting songs. Today the duo has surprised fans with a new EP simply called Kylie + Garibay and dropped a video for the single Black and White featuring Shaggy. Yes, THAT Shaggy. The song is a lovely, languid dance track that keeps the Shaggy to a minimum, so don't worry. Ha. The full EP (available now on iTunes) is three songs and includes a duet with Sam Sparro and a track featuring Giorgio Moroder. The black and white (appropriate) video was shot by Kylie's friend Katerina Jebb and Kylie has this to say about it:
"There are certain things you will only do with or for your friends. When Katerina Jebb said she wanted to make a film of me like an old fashioned home movie in a tassel bikini, I knew we would produce something which speaks volumes of our friendship.  As best friends for over twenty five years, we have seen a lots of ups and downs.  This, however, was a moment to celebrate life and freedom and just let go.  No pressure, just love.  I admire her not only as an amazing individual, but her art and aesthetic is singular and beautiful."

Thursday, September 10, 2015


Super-band Duran Duran is releasing their 14th studio album, Paper Gods, tomorrow!!! I am so fucking excited!!!!!!! In celebration of this I have decided to give you the best single from each of their previous albums, from '81's Duran Duran to 2010's All You Need Is Now, here in one giant post! EAT IT!!! These are some classic pop songs right here, folks. 13 albums and 39 singles over the course of 34 years. WERQ! You don't get much better than this. Here we go, folks!! Some may disagree with my choices and to them I say GET YOUR OWN FUCKING BLOG! :)
Girls On Film (Duran Duran - 1981)

Hungry Like The Wolf (Rio - 1982)
The Relfex (Seven and the Ragged Tiger - 1983)
Notorious (Notorious - 1986)
I Don't Want Your Love (Big Thing - 1988)
Serious (Liberty - 1990)
Ordinary World (Duran Duran (The Wedding Album) - 1993)
White Lines (Thank You - 1995)
Electric Barbarella (Medazzaland - 1997)
Someone Else Not Me (Pop Trash - 2000)
What Happens Tomorrow (Astronaut - 2004)
Falling Down (Red Carpet Massacre - 2007)
All You Need Is Now (All You Need Is Now - 2010)

Thursday, September 3, 2015


Janet Jackson has heard the rally cry of her loyal fans and is charging back with a vengeance. The pop legend just kicked off her Unbreakable World Tour and today she announced that her album, also titled Unbreakable, will be available October 2nd!!! Pre-orders start TODAY on iTunes and Unbreakable follows 30 years after her groundbreaking album Control. Her longtime producers and partners in crime Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis are back to work on Unbreakable and had this to say:
"It’s wonderful to be creating again with Janet. From songwriting, producing, arranging, singing, dancing, acting, she deftly does it all and truly personifies the word artist. Unbreakable is a gift to all of her fans who have steadfastly stood by her. It is a subject for conversation, a plea for compassion, and a call for action from someone who’s come a long way, but’s got a long way to go, and has much to say about it. In other words, if you want to know what’s on her mind you only have to listen." Sounds like we are going to be getting some REAL shit on this one. Below is the tracklisting for Unbreakable. Can't wait!!!

1. Unbreakable
2. BurnItUp! (ft. Missy Elliott)
3. Dammn Baby
4. The Great Forever
5. Shoulda Known Better
6. After You Fall
7. Broken Hearts Heal
8. Night
9. No Sleeep (ft. J. Cole)
10. Dream Maker/Euphoria
11. 2 B Loved
12. Take Me Away
13. Promis
14. Lessons Learned
15. Black Eagle
16. Well Traveled
17. Gon B Alright

Wednesday, September 2, 2015


Oh, Britney! You saucy little bitch. Britney was sick of the teen-queen image back in 2001, so she did what any sensible pop starlet does....she slutted it up!! Not that Britney hadn't already shown some skin before, but her music, in general, was on the safe side. I'm a Slave 4 U, written and produced by Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams a.k.a. The Neptunes, was full-on sex kitten material and Britney cooed her way to one of her sexiest hits. The song is accompanied by the perfect video. Taking place in a sauna/dance club, Britney dances her ass off, gets licked by a male dancer and teases about every boy and girl in the place. It was a shift in her career and easily one of her best singles of ....... ever. Don't you miss this Britney? THOSE ABS! Anyway, watch the video below and be a slave to her. Hump away, m'friends. Hump away. FUN FACT: I'm A Slave 4 U was written for Janet Jackson and intended for her album All For You. Her loss, Brit's gain.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015


I am reading all of the vitriol being thrown at Miley for her supposed bad hosting (I didn't watch) of the VMAs and (now debunked) befuddlement during Nicki Minaj's "take down" at said awards show, and I truly believe those are the same people judging Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Pets without listening to a single note of it. This album, released outside of her RCA contract on her own Smiley Miley label for $50,000, is an experimental psychedelic romp, sure, but it is also a solid pop album. The hype around it seems to imply it is weird -- or at least weirder than the average pop album, but if it is, it's not by much. The record has some silly segues between songs, but the songs themselves are solid. There are some really moving moments and some really spacey, wish-you-were-tripping moments on the album as well. Songs like 1 Sun, I Forgive Yiew, Space Boots and Bang Me Box are as fun and accessible as anything on the radio right now (though the last one is pretty naughty for radio play). Meanwhile Karen Don't Be Sad, The Floyd Song (Sunrise) and Something About Space Dude are tender, understated ballads that show an artist growing, writing and expressing herself with a mentor (Wayne Coyne of Flaming Lips) helping her find her way. This is a thoughtful, eccentric and powerful statement by a young woman in the music industry. I refuse to believe that the nasty comments have anything to do with the music but everything to do with the artist. Not to say that everyone can't have their own opinion (your wrong), but this is by NO MEANS unlistenable and in many ways more satisfying than her last effort, the grand-pop of Bangerz. Listen to the full album below and judge for yourself. Dooo It! is even more than it's opening lines. Give it a shot. (steps off soapbox)


Taylor Swift is unstoppable with her excellent 1989 album and Wildest Dreams, the album's fifth single, is sure to continue its chart domination. I always thought this song sounded like a Lorde song, which makes sense because Lorde and Taylor are besties, so influence is bound to happen. The video finds TayTay serving Meryl Streep realness from La Streep's movie Out of Africa and even has a little tribute to Cecil the lion. Sweet! Wildest Dreams appeared briefly before its official release on the Hot 100 when 1989 first came out, hitting #76. Expect a MUCH higher position next week. Watch below. By the way, as it states at the end of the video, "All of Taylor's proceeds form this video will be donated to wild animal conservation efforts through the African Parks Foundation of America."

Monday, August 31, 2015


Miley is bringing it back to the masses (but probably NOT Nicki Minaj) with a very gooey new video for her latest single Dooo It! AND a free album, Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz. The song is a deep bass, hip-hop infused ode to smoking pot and wanting peace, among other things. It's a dark departure sonically and is a little whacky (thank to Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips), quite frankly. I kinda love it, but I don't know how much of a party jam it is. Ha. The NY Times ran an article all about the making of Miley's album, so read it here. In the meantime, watch Dooo It! below and stream Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz for absolutely FREE right HERE!

Friday, August 28, 2015


In the very beginning Madonna was the ragamuffin girl with the bow in her hair, the piles of bright makeup and the torn tights. Much to the surprise of everyone in the music industry, Madonna did the very first of her MAJOR image changes when she popped up on screen with a pixie haircut and a very lean physique in the summer of 1986.  Papa Don't Preach was the first official single from her smash hit album True Blue (Live to Tell was out before the album as a track from the film At Close Range). The song caused controversy for it's "keeping my baby" stance and, for the first time, parents were praising Madonna for a pro-life message, while some women's organizations condemned Madonna for encouraging teen pregnancy. It's a story in a song! Madonna told the New York Times, "Papa Don't Preach is a message song that everyone is going to take the wrong way. Immediately they're going to say I am advising every young girl to go out and get pregnant. When I first heard the song, I thought it was silly. But then I thought, wait a minute, this song is really about a girl who is making a decision in her life. She has a very close relationship with her father and wants to maintain that closeness. To me it's a celebration of life. It says, 'I love you, father, and I love this man and this child that is growing inside me'. Of course, who knows how it will end? But at least it starts off positive." The song reached #1 on the Hot 100, becoming Madonna's fourth song to top the charts. The song, along with the music video, are among Madonna's most memorable and important. Truly a classic by any standards, here is Madonna's giant hit from the summer of 1986, Papa Don't Preach

Thursday, August 27, 2015


Oh, Sting, ye of the tantric sex legend. Can you imagine, hours upon hours of sex with Sting? WAIT! Hold up. That is not what this is about. This is about the music. Sting (Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner) was, of course, the lead singer of the pioneering new wave band The Police. The Police had a fairly short but hugely successful career, spanning five albums and several classic singles. After the band disbanded, Sting took his sexy ass solo in 1985 with his debut solo album The Dream of the Blue Turtles (#3 UK, #2 US) and hit the top 10 with If You Love Somebody Set Them Free and Fortress Around Your Heart. That was just the start as Sting's solo career soon overtook any success The Police had on the pop charts. Subsequent albums like Nothing Like The Sun, The Soul Cages, Ten Summoner's Tales, Mercury Falling and Brand New Day kept him on the charts all over the world. His ageless sexiness certainly didn't hurt either. Hits like We'll Be Together, All This Time, If I Ever Lose My Faith In You, Fields of Gold and Desert Rose have kept Sting in our hearts and ear-holes since the late 70s and he is still touring and a force to be reckoned with to this day. Here are some of the sexy Police-man's greatest hits and videos to warm you up today. Enjoy.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015


When Christina Aguilera released Dirrty (that's with two Rs, thank you) in 2002 everybody went ape-shit crazy. What happened to that little Disney princess with the angel voice? Well, I'll tell you: She grew up, got her some gays and they whored her up real nice. WOOT!! The all new, all slutty, all the TIME "Xtina" (as she would come to be called) was ready to shed that good girl image and show us how she can shake her man-hungry poontrap. Oh, Xtina, you never looked back. The video was especially shocking. Directed by the amazing David LaChapelle, it included a cast of wacky characters, sexy dancers, a lot of not-very-sanitary-looking water and a half naked Xtina bumping and grinding her way to infamy. LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE!! It is one of the, if not THE most shocking transformations I have witnessed in modern day pop music. You gotta give the girl some credit; she's got balls. The song is about as sexy as you can get and, whether you like it or not, sex became a part of Xtina's career for good. So here is the demure then-21-year-old Christina Aguilera's 2002 hit Dirrty. Enjoy and hump the nearest thing you can find.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015


....I Got You Babe by Sonny & Cher!! Cher, the legendary goddess of entertainment, has been making hits since your parents were kids and is still kicking ass. I Got You Babe was the debut single from the debut album by Sonny & Cher and it hit #1 on August 14, 1965 and stayed for three hippie-loving, tree-hugging weeks. It is LEGENDARY, y'all!! It's considered one of the greatest duets in pop music history and certainly started Cher's road to superstardom. It's hard to believe that Cher could have had a hit 50 years ago, but there you have it. Here is the #1 song from 50 FUCKING YEARS AGO today, I Got You Babe. Enjoy!