I love you, baby girl. While some bow to Beyonce or Minajesty, Britney Spears will always be Godney to me. Yet, I remain impartial. Girl can’t dance. I paid nearly $100 to see her during the Circus tour, girl walked from one circus ring to the next as people danced around her. I was not fooled. She doesn’t sing anymore. She looks like a hot mess walking around L.A.. Still, she has excellent producers and though I believe she would be happy retired and just raising her babies, she is still my lord and I will oblige her siren call. The “Scream and Shout” video featuring Godney and Will.i.am has dropped today and it’s alright. My lord looks like a contestant from RuPaul’s Drag Race (that ain’t an insult either). She speaks with a British accent and does a lot of model poses, while Will.i.am. ruins everything by repeating the same inane lyrics over and over again, “I’m gonna scream and shout / let it all out!” Yay! Just like something you would teach a toddler to sing because it’s the only thing their underdeveloped minds can comprehend.
Steven Tyler has responded to Nicki Minaj calling him a racist with with a grammatically strange sentence:
“I apologize if it was taken wrong, Nicki. I am the last thing on this planet as far as being a racist. Maybe I spoke out of turn. But a racist I’m not, Nicki.”
Check out the new video for Trent Reznor’s side project How To Destroy Angels’ new single, “Ice Age.”
Beyowulf is directing and starring in her own documentary. Jay got her a Flip cam for her birthday or something. Popdust reports:
“Beyoncé will direct and star in a documentary about her life, set to premiere on HBO February 16, 2013 . . . According to HBO, the film is “a fusion of video that provides raw, unprecedented access to the private entertainment icon,” which we hope means a detailed Blue Ivy growth chart.”
This shiz sounds mad boring. It’s just going to be like all celeb documentaries: “I’m a regular girl. I eat cheese burgers.” Then, “Being famous is bad, I just want privacy.”
Spin declares Death Grips their Artist Of The Year. People are excited about this here. Someone please explain.
“The outrageous story of how a couple of mysterious punk-hop noise-bringers bumrushed the majors, infiltrated the Hollywood elite, made your iTunes NSFW, and then vanished completely. In a year of Kickstarter millionaires and Tumblr-rap riff-raff, Death Grips were the first band to use the power of the Internet to delete themselves.”
Check out the video for Tegan & Sara’s new single “Closer.”