Kelly Clarkson might have endorsed Ron Paul, prompting a boycott of all her stuff this website, which we are very sure gave her many sleepless nights. However, she rectified her standpoint on civil rights and everything is almost fine right now. Not really, but y’all don’t care. Anyway, here’s the new video for her song which will be on the greatest hits collection.
Being a staunch leftie, Madonna was really happy to see Obama reelected. She was beaming with joy during her Detriot concert show, exclaiming: “I’m ecstatically happy Obama is our president,” she said. “Let’s embrace him. Let’s be happy.”
“I love you, too,” she told that segment of the crowd.“What’s so great about the United States of America is we live in a democracy,” she continued. “You can boo all you want, but… I’ve been around the world, and there are a lot of countries out there fighting for that right. Whether you got who you want or not in the White House, at least you had the privilege of voting. That’s what makes the United States of America great. We can choose… don’t be haters.” Continue reading →
Various blogs are reporting that this is a new song from the 2013 album. Others are saying it was released to coincide with Obama’s victory. At any rate, it doesn’t sound like album material at all. But, it’s good to get some new material from our diva. Let’s hope more and more surface real soon for the lambily.
UPDATE: Okay, so it’s been clarified its only an Obama tribute song.
When we first heard that Mariah Carey was doing a Christmas album we cringed, why? We had never heard of a sophomore Christmas album by a pop artist to do well. What we forgot is Mariah Carey is probably the best artist on earth today to cater to that seasonal niche. Merry Christmas II You delivered strong vocals and festive numbers. The strongest of which is not a folkloric covers, but a song she wrote herself specifically for this album. “When Christmas Comes” follows in the same soul sub-genre of a little-known track Mariah did for her Charmbracelet album titled “Subtle Invitation,” which was also a standout. It fuses elements of soul, gospel, pop and balladry into one, making for a confection that only Mariah could come up with – perfect.