Archive for August 11th, 2009
Here is another brand new record from up and coming singer/songwriter London. The track is titled, “Wondering”, produced by Knotch. It’s also another decent record from this kid. I’m wondering if Universal Motown is ever gonna promote any of these records, and give his album a go? Check it out below and stay tuned…
(Prod. by Knotch)
Here is another new track from Tank. This joint is titled, “Call On Me”, produced by Tim & Bob. Tank is definitely one of the regular leakers, not near Ne-Yo, but he’s up there with unreleased material for sure. Check it out.
(Prod. by Tim & Bob)
Ne-Yo talks about fashion and movies on The Today Show
Mariah Carey is said to be scrambling to complete her new album Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel in stores September 15th because according to Page Six, they said “she’s getting very nervous now that Whitney Houston is coming back.” She has signed with manager Chris Lighty four months ago, but the album still isn’t finished yet. Lightly told Page Six that his management company is dealing with Mariah’s music, brand extensions and commercial opportunities. She hasn’t had a music manager since splitting with Benny Medina last September and has only released one single “Obsessed” off the new album so far and nothing else. Her public relations firm isn’t working with Mariah Carey anymore.
Columbia Pictures may push forward with plans to release a film based on footage from the late Michael Jackson’s ‘This Is It’ Tour rehearsals. Approved by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff, the tour rehearsals and other related footage are now greenlit for sale and distribution. As previously reported, the multi-million dollar deal allows Columbia Pictures to distribute the footage, which includes rehearsals and preparation related coverage of the King of Pop, as early as November. Both AEG Live and the Jackson Estate will earn funds from the unprecedented deal. According to AEG Live, more than 100 hours of footage exists, including videos prepared for display during the “This is It” shows. Sources say a clause in the deal requires a pre-screening for the Jackson estate before release. The film may not place Jackson in a negative light either.
A final cut is due by late October however, a release date has not been set.