Keke Palmer’s Sexy Moves In Her New Released Single

Actress-singer Keke Palmer has released her second single Dance Alone, a seductively hot performance from her self-entitled mixtape.

She explained to her fans the concept behind her visuals. “The song has a very masculine feel to it, so I thought it was important for me to capture that visually in my dance moves and the way that I look, while still finding a way to be feminine, of course,” Palmer said.
The video depicts her bringing all the boys to the dance floor because she doesn’t want to dance alone. She catches the eye of one of the guys as she shows off some of her sexiest moves.

Palmer said, “It’s a young girl seeing a guy and wants to get that guy….I think that’s what all girls want to be able to do, go to a guy and say ‘I know you want me’ but in our minds we’re too afraid to do that. It’s really cute.

It’s planned that her sophomore album that she’s still working on will be released by the end of the year, so stay tuned.

Watch Palmer’s new single Dance Alone music video:

The Beatles’ ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ Restored for DVD/Blu-Ray Release

Great news to all Beatlemaniacs! I just found out that The Beatles’ 1967 made-for-TV film, Magical Mystery Tour will be released on a restored version.

The film, written and directed by the band, was said to be long out of print, but thanks to the latest technology, it will hit the market worldwide on October 8 in DVD and Blu-Ray format. The movie will be released on October 9 in North America, which coincidentally, the birthday of the late, great founding member John Lennon, and will have a limited theatrical release on Sept. 27.

Included in the release are commentary tracks by sir Paul McCartney, interviews with him and Ringo Starr, some deleted scenes and ‘making-of’ feature.

A deluxe box set will also be available, featuring 60-page book and a reproduction of double-EP of the soundtrack that was originally issued in U.K. in 1967.

This is something to look forward to, a classic and timeless treat to all the hardcore fans of the most influential band of all time, and is also a great introduction to kids of today who may not have heard yet their work. It is definitely worth watching and I’m pretty sure the younger generation will get hooked on their music as I did.

B.O.B’s New Video Has Gone Crazy

In this Benny Boom-directed video, Airplanes rapper B.o.B and the Harajuku Barbie bring out their crazy side.

B.o.B.’s latest music video, Out of My Mind in his second album Strange Clouds characterizes the life of an institutionalized mental patient who loses control several times and has to be carried away by attendees in riot gear.

B.oB. is joined by Nicki Minaj who appears in the video as both a sexy psychiatrist and a fellow patient, wherein she performs a saucy lap dance and raps in a straitjacket. They make one crazy couple, if you ask me!

Check the video out below and tell us what you think.

Taylor Swift’s Biggest Appeal Single Ever

“This has been the most amazing week. I can’t believe how incredible you guys are,” Swift tweets after her song We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together reaches the first spot on Billboard Hot 100, which is a first for her. This could be her biggest appeal single ever and certified number one. She was previously only able to reach No. 2 with You Belong With Me (2009) and Today Was a Fairytale (2010).

After 623,000 downloads were sold out in its first week, Never Ever Getting Back Together gained a strong radio play and attained the great desired spot, according to SoundScan. Forida’s Right Round is the second best overall which sold 636,000 in a week.

Below is the list of the top 10 digital sales week:

Sales, Title, Artist, Billboard Chart Date

636,000, Right Round, Flo Rida, Feb. 28, 2009
623,000, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, Taylor Swift, Sept. 1, 2012
610,000, TiK ToK, Ke$ha, Jan. 9, 2010
559,000, Grenade, Bruno Mars, Jan. 8, 2011
542,000, Somebody That I Used To Know, Gotye featuring Kimbra, April 28, 2012
521,000, Boyfriend, Justin Bieber, April 14, 2012
509,000, Born This Way, Lady Gaga, March 5, 2011
509,000, Firework, Katy Perry, Jan. 8, 2011
493,000, Payphone, Maroon 5 featuring Wiz Khalifa, May 5, 2012
467,000, Low, Flo Rida, Jan. 12, 2008

Never Ever Getting Back Together is all about her being over with her on-and-off boyfriend. “It’s pretty difficult to come up with them because I know that you guys are going to figure it out,” Taylor said about whom the song’s lyrics were pertaining to. “I’m really excited about the fact that you guys care about lyrics. Hiding little codes in lyrics is kind of a way of encouraging that”, she said.

Vanilla Ice Is Back With Some Zumba Flavor

After more than two decades since he brought his 90s record hit “Ice Ice Baby”, Vanilla Ice is back once again with…drum roll, please…Ice Ice Baby.

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Thanks to the growing popularity of the new dance fitness craze known as Zumba, the hit single was resurrected as a remix via collaboration between the former rapper and the creator of the aforementioned dance craze, according to Billboard.

Zumba’s music director, Sergio Minski, said in the interview about the song, “It’s reaching 12 million people basically in a week and hopefully people are going to love it.”

The song is now available in iTunes and other digital outlets. Check out the video showing the Ice Man busting some moves together with other dancers as they incorporate his vintage choreography with some Zumba.

Honestly, there’s just something that creeps me out about a buffed-up guy busting moves meant for the ladies.

Pete Townshend Reveals Trailer of Forthcoming Autobiography

Pete Townshend of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame English band The Who is set to release his autobiography Who I Am that covers all the craziness and destructive habits surrounding the band from sex to recreational drugs, to Mods to smashing instruments to obliterating hotel rooms, and his bandmates Roger Daltry, John Entwistle and Keith Moon.

Townshend has been writing his memoir since the mid ‘90s and after a number of delays, the long-awaited book will finally hit the shelves in October 8 in the US, October 9 in Australia and October 11 in the UK.

He has previewed selections from his autobiography before when he started a blog in 2007 but has shut the site down that redirects to The Who’s official site up to present.

He explained on starting the blog, ‘The backbone is complete, all the research is in place. And yet, because my creative and professional life is still so active, I feel I will never catch up with the present unless I retire simply to write. To retire, simply to write, when I am already a writer, presents a contradiction. So rather than endlessly write, I am going to publish.’

Townshend says in a press conference about the release, ‘I am lucky to be alive and to have such a crazy story to tell, full of wild adventures and creative machinations. I am happy that I am able to write my book myself, in my own ′voice′ that many readers will be hearing for the first time. I am not my favorite subject, that will always be art and music, but whenever I write about my life and work I learn something.’

Watch the trailer below.

Kelly Clarkson Covers Eminem’s “Lose Yourself”

Former American Idol Kelly Clarkson treated her fans in Detroit, Michigan to a song that honors one of their finest artists: she did a cover of Eminem’s Oscar-winning 8-Mile song ‘Lose Yourself’. The songstress have been dutifully doling out covers on her current Stronger tour around the US but you could say that this one’s in a class of its own because it is, after all, originally a rap song.

Clarkson likes performing requested songs from her fans and it just so happens that one of them was that of the blonde rapper from Detroit’s composition. Personally, I found her attempt to add as much country tone to the song quite impressive. At times it even sounded more like R&B.

The 30-year-old singer is still currently doing her tour for her 2011 album Stronger. If you’d like to be able to hear more of her covers, you can go over to her website and check if she’s scheduled to perform anywhere near your locale.

As for her cover on Eminem’s hit, you can see how she did by watching the video below.

Fred Durst Disappointed in Today’s American Music

With the present trend happening in American music, Fred Durst of rock band Limp Bizkit isn’t into “the new catchy thing”.

Durst has expressed his disappointment about the current want from popular chart music and revealed that the band has boycotted US shows for a number of years.

The Limp Bikzit frontman said in an interview, “We don’t play back home. We’ve boycotted America for many years now. I don’t know, I just don’t wanna go out like that. We did a few radio shows in 2010 for a friend and that was it. We haven’t properly toured America since 2006. The reason? We just don’t know what’s going on in America. It’s all about the new catchy thing and that’s always changing.”

He added, “America is driven by record sales. It’s the home of corporations. We’re just Limp Bizkit, so we don’t know how to do anything but Limp Bizkit.”

“But here’s the deal: say in 2000, there were 35 million people who connected to this band. Twelve years later, lots of those people have moved on. We were a moment in time and it’s over.”


Taylor Swift’s Upcoming Album Red Blasts Ex in New Song

Country crooner Taylor Swift is pretty much notorious for penning songs about ex-boyfriends who have done her dirty. When she dropped her most recent break-up track, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, it just left our minds wondering whoever it could be about. With a list of exes that includes Taylor Lautner, Jake Gyllenhaal and John Mayer, there is much to be read.

In an interview aired on Good Morning America, the country/pop singer admitted it’s inspired by her personal experience and gave a hint at who the guy might be.

“This guy walks in who is a friend of my ex’s and starts talking about how he’s heard we’re going to get back together. And that was not the case,” she said. “So I start telling them the story: break up, get back together, break up, get back together – just, ugh, the worst! And I picked up the guitar and Max said, ‘This is what we’re writing’.”

Another clue found in her lyrics hinted that the guy was a musician like her. I’m really gonna miss you picking fights/ And me, falling for a screaming that I’m right / And you will hide away and find your piece of mine with some indie record that’s much cooler than mine.

According to Swift, the title represents “all the different emotions on this album they’re all pretty much about the tumultuous, crazy, insane, intense, semi-toxic relationships I’ve experienced in the last two years and all those emotions fanning from intense love, intense frustration, intense jealousy, confusion, all of that in my mind.”

Listen to the single and let us know who YOU think inspired the song!

Adam Yauch’s Will Forbids Use Of Beastie Boys Songs In Adverts

Unlike some of your favorite musical artists, don’t expect to hear any Beastie Boys song or see any of Adam Yauch’s (a.k.a. MCA) image in an ad any time soon or in the future. The late member of the Beastie Boys had stated in his will that he prohibits the use of his music and “artistic property” for advertising purposes after his death, according to Rolling Stone.

“Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, in no event may my image or name or any music or any artistic property created by me be used for advertising purposes,” reads a portion of the will’s copy obtained by Rolling Stone. The will was filed on Tuesday in Manhattan Surrogate court.

Yauch named his wife, Dechen, as the executor and entrusted his $6.4 million estate to her and their daughter Tenzin Losel. Yauch died of cancer on May 4th at the age of 47.