I can’t believe the audacity of some bloggers that have the nerve to comment “the wait is over yawn.” They must have something in their eye, be it a glass eye or contact lenses but surely not 20:20 vision. Personally I really like the cinematography, the pace and the idea behind the video. The song lyrics and Rihanna’s flow on this track is totally unique and sounds like nothing that is already on the radio. Rihanna’s figure looks stunning and there are no additional dancers or gimmicks within the video. Rihanna doesn’t feature a rapper on the track and genuinely holds this track on her own merit with her swagger in check. Ultimately within the video Rihanna does what she does best by just rocking the video by keeping it edgy, simple but effective. The video is visually flawless and the album “Rated R”is available in stores 23rd November 2009.
Video Phone Featuring Lady Gaga Premiers today. The video has shot by Hype Williams at a New York location back in October was filmed on a closed set hence the reason there are no supporting images. Fingers crossed this video should put an end to the encroaching recession that has been impacting on many music videos. Gaga wrote her versus, learned Beyonce’s signature choreography and does her own playful take on the inspirational diva. The fashion is said to be sick and insane. Lady Gaga refuses to elaborate on what happens in the video as it is essentially an unreleased remix taken from Sacha Fierce Deluxe Edition which will feature five number one hits and two bonus tracks. The fiercest females in the game tag team also recorded an original song titled “telephone.” which will appear on Gaga’s new Album the Monster. It is refreshing to have real artists like Lady Gaga and Beyonce who are both talented performers, fearless, creative, intelligent and gracious.
This year Oxford Circus was bought to a standstill as Jim Carrey switched on the famous Regent street lights. The ambassador of christmas was given Bruce Almighty style powers as he he turned the illuminations on for both Oxford Street and Regents Street simultaneously. Other acts that joined in the festive celebrations included Daniel Merriweather, The Noisettes and The Saturdays. This years event just happened to sync with the premier of Disney’s 3D A Christmas Carol in Leicester Square staring Jim Carrey.
YoYo Thursday 5th November 2009, Get there early to avoid disappointment as the Arts Club tends to fill up quickly. NHAC with Theophilus London/She is Danger/Naomi Jasmine/ DJ’s Heartless Crew/ Seb Chew and Leo G, so far I like it a lot! Notting Hill Arts Club, 21 Notting Hill Gate, London W11. Guest list only (8pm-2am) No real photo ID no entry regardless of how old you look.
A night of fun and mischief, featuring some of the most amazing costume design ever this Halloween. American Apparel threw an amazing two part party that started at 6pm with a pre party inside the Shoreditch store offering 15% off everything, free food and drink (Brockmans gin and Tiger Beer) part two was held between 9pm and 4am at The Black Lotus Club. American Apparel had a few Halloween suggestions on their website however nothing was remotely scary. Special guests included Mario and Luigi, Lady Gaga,