Monthly Archives: November 2008
I have started a group on Last.FM for everyone that enjoys listening to music created my homosexuals. It’s geared toward gay artists that are current in music and the people who like to listen to them.
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Hip-Hop artist Nel Motzy Esq has a brand new album on the way called “Hollyhood, Here I Come”. Tyler Adam submitted “Pushing Me” to be featured on the CD with produced by Antzilla and a hook by Tyler. Nel Motzy used the track and it made it into the final edit of the album. Check out this video of Nel Motzy in the studio previewing the album for you.
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Pushing Me (feat. Tyler Adam) by Nel Motzy Esq RIGHT CLICK “SAVE AS”
Brandy was working hard on November 6th filming her new video Long Distance.
Check out this footage of Brandy, the producers of the song and the video director on set!
Thanks to Rap-Up TV for catching the behind the scenes footage.
I can’t wait to see the video. I love the song and I too got chills the first time i heard it. I’m looking forward to seeing it in full and seeing others reactions to it.
The Street’s who released the latest album “Everything Is Borrowed” earlier this year, has just dropped off the newest video from the album. The latest single is “Heaven For The Weather” which features Mike as Dr. M. Skinner a cult guru with a large fan base of followers for his book “Get Low”
The video reminds me of my days in University and is fitting for The Streets, though perhaps not their best.
Last month, when Brandy revealed that her new album, Human, is “versatile” and that she made the album for everybody truer words had never been spoken, as the singer’s new single, Long Distance, discusses one of the obstacles that oh-so-many relationships encounter.
On yet another Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins-produced single, Brandy clings to the hope that her mate understands how difficult their separation is for her. While we’re sure “he” understands, it’s safe to assume anyone not dating Ms. Norwood probably feels the exact same way.
Long Distance, which follows the lead single, Right Here (Departed), should have plenty of time to bubble at pop radio before the release of Human on December 9. This photo is from the video shoot for Long Distance.
Robot founder Chris Robinson directed the music video for Long Distance on Thursday November 6, 2008 at the spectacular Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. Chris was also responsible for directing Brandy’s second single and title track for her 2002 album “Full Moon” The new video should be available soon. I’ll post it here when it is.