Thursday, November 1, 2012
D'Prince just released three singles off his debut album and also released the video for Take Banana (Remix). The album is titled Frenzy and the three singles he released are - Goodybags, Call police, and RealG and you can find them HERE. Watch The Video Below
Monday, October 15, 2012
I was doing my best to study last night and some wretch i call afriend sent me this video and when I watched it this was my reaction
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I wish Tyra would just go away. She's like an annoying relative that laughs at her own jokes and overstays her welcome which I feel Tyra has done, I used to be a big fan but now I just feel shes a gimmick Don't get me wrong 2012 seems to be the year of the gimmick if you aint got one you aint winning but Tyra is sooooooo annoying with her look at me I have a huge forehead personality how long is she going to play this out.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Today, she revealed the official cover for her new LP, which is appropriately titled, Unapologetic.
In the graphic, she poses topless with a dark lip, while words like, ‘Love’, ‘Chalice’, ‘Happy’, ‘Fearless’ and ‘Faith’ are scribbled across her body. Meanwhile, if all goes as planned, the album is scheduled to hit stores on November 19th, with the lead single, ‘Diamonds’ already sitting pretty at #1 on Billboards R&B/Hip Hop charts.
There really isnt anything amazing about this cover. Rihanna half naked isnt ground breaking in any world I find the cover rather annoying so meh!!!!!!!!!!
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
My dear friends 2500!!!!!!!!!!!!!! for perfume This world is coming to an end o!!!!!!!!!!!! I mean if i spray it will greatness come my way. Will people finally spell Karrueche's name properly when I spray it, Will I loose weight. Please I need answers
I'm part of the Not many fucks to give Movement I mean I spent 95 percent of my life trying to impress my parents, teachers, uncles and the fucked up cool kids I went to High school with, so know when i see anything I just side eye the issue, roll my eyes and move on. But since I came to this Aberdeen for my Msc I have rolled my eyes so much i feel I might go blind very soon. The people here especially the Nigerians are Champions of doing the most with the very least. I mean at our first induction or whatever it was called I mean i was too bored to even pay attention to what the overly happy oyibo woman called the program and BOOM!!!! a Nigerian just popped into class with a jacket that looked like the body of that michelin logo person and it was covered in fur I was like -_- I thought i was shocked then a lady walked in in with the worst accent known to man I mean when she opened her mouth o_____________o WTF am I a nollywood movie. Let me even digress when i was strolling yesterday someone just walked up to me and said hello are you a Nigerian, you must be a Nigerian what tribe are you, what street do you live on? I'm all for making friends with my fellow Nigerians but for the LOVE of all things pure Let this orobo breath. The stories I have are way to many for me to even put down
Friday, September 28, 2012
Monday, September 24, 2012
Rihanna will launch her “Diamonds World Tour” on March 8 in the U.S. Tickets are on sale now.
Socialite, Mum and Fashion Mogul Nicole Richie is on the cover of Dujour Magazine were she talks about raising her kids and her role as a Mentor on Fashion Star. An excerpt from the interview below
On the rainy Private Benjamin movie (80's flick starring Goldie Hawn) inspired shoot in L.A.:
“It’s hilarious. I’m a huge fan of Goldie. But besides that, I gravitated toward the movie because you see her character faced with challenges—she has a choice to go back to what she’s comfortable in or face new challenges. So that concept kind of speaks to me.”
On juggling the job of mentor on "Fashion Star," 2 kids, and developing several fashion lines
“It’s an interesting time right now, because women aren’t doing just one thing. We’re wearing many hats, taking on different roles. That’s just how the modern American woman is today.”
On what sparked her interest in fashion
“When I was little, the woman who made my dad’s tour costumes would make me a matching figure-skating outfit out of the excess fabric. I would always tell her exactly what I wanted. I was obsessed with Shirley Temple, so the shoulders were puffed, the skirt was out. It was just very, very girly. That whole world was exciting to me. It became this process of something that I knew how to do.”
On why she chooses to raise her kids very traditionally and differently than her upbringing
“One of the biggest differences in the way I’m raising my kids versus the way I was raised is that I was on tour a lot. I don’t really do that with my kids. It’s important to me that they have stability. I like them to be home....I was taken out of school, and had tutors. By the time my father went onstage, I was asleep. There’s no right or wrong way to raise a family...Look, I don’t know anyone who can say they don’t just try and do the best that they can do.”
On surviving the constantly evolving fashion industry
“Every season, I have pieces that I’m passionate about but for whatever reason the stores don’t want them. You have to get used to it, show them another season. You have to let them go....Always be open to criticism. Criticism is the best thing you can ever get because it’s someone’s honest opinion—you need to hear it. What’s the point of hearing how great you are all the time?”
Europe Tour Dates
|17/04/2013||Palais Omnisport Bercy||Paris|
|15/05/2013||Konig Pilsner Arena||Oberhausen|
|30/05/2013||Jyske Bank Boxen Arena||Herning|