Dear Mr. Bieber,
Hello there, I hope all is well with your “swaggy” and such. I know that you are an avid listener to us and our creditable sham of a radio show (yes, we are still a sham but just a creditable sham now) and I would first like to thank you for listening and for your support. Now, let’s get down to the point of this letter. I’m writing you this letter because I heard from a little birdie *cough*internet*cough* that you thought that Instagram were going to allegedly going to sell your photos and make a profit off of them.
Who would want to pay money for this when you can find it for free??
When I found this out, I began laugh hysterically because it seemed like you really thought that your photos were really going to get them . I’ll keep it real with you Biebs, some of your photos are just photos of you shirtless. Seriously child, shirtless photos of you are easy to get like it is easy to get photos of Miley Cyrus’s side boob and Miley Cyrus in general. Besides the shirtless photos, your photos is of your food and not really interesting things that you do. I know what you are thinking, if you don’t like what I post then why are following me on there. I’m following because I find it interesting how the different way you make yourself look like a total and complete douchebag, or what I like to call a Biebsbag (congrats, you have a pop project phase named after you!) I will admit that I like the stuff you do for your fans but since you got ditched by Selena Gomez, you’ve just look like a HUGE
d ouche Biebsbag. Well I better let you get back to whatever the hell you doing so I’ll bid you a farewell for now.
Again, thank you for support!
Steven Kaufman and The Pop Project Crew (yes, we are a creditable sham with a crew!)
P.S. Thank you for also giving us so much to talk about in 2012 and I hope you will give us more to talk about in 2013!
In light of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Friday, radio stations have pulled the plug on Ke$ha’s first single “Die Young” because of the chorus saying “Let’s make the most of the night like we’re gonna die young”. While Ke$ha is totally supportive of this and even published this statement on here official website:
After such a tragic event I was feeling a lot of emotion and sadness when I said I was forced to sing some of the lyrics to Die Young. Forced is not the right word. I did have some concerns about the phrase “die young” in the chorus when we were writing the lyrics especially because so many of my fans are young and that’s one reason why I wrote so many versions of this song. But the point of the song is the importance of living every day to the fullest and staying young at heart, and these are things I truly believe.
As stated in the E! Online story about this, most station reps have stopped playing the song because it would be in bad taste to play the song. Especially since most people would just hear Die Young and not the message that the song is trying to covey.
While this is for the most part true, people have to realize that just basing the message of a song by just the title of a song or just a few words of a song. If you are going to make judgements on something like that, listen the entire song or look up the lyrics. I agree that it would seem like it would be in bad taste, but it might do the public some good to listen to a nice dance song that could remind people that no one knows what is going to happen tomorrow.
Well Nicki Minaj A.K.A Roman A.K.A the woman with a full house of characters in her head has decided that she isn’t happy with Wal-Mart and Target. Here is what Miss Minaj had to say:
“It’s hard to get the album because the stores basically said that the last few re-releases they had put out did not do well and they didn’t want to take a chance. Target and Wal-Mart are not selling the album, and Target is actually my biggest retailer. Best Buy only took limited [stock] because they wanted to play it safe. It kinda sets you up to fail.”
I don’t think that blaming stores is a way to go when you release your next album. To be honest, if you would like to have people want to buy your albums-then you should probably not call your album a re-release because you’ve basically re-released your first album. While the song are different, calling your album “Pink Friday: Roman’s Excellent Adventure” is basically making everyone assume that it’s a re-release of the one before it. Maybe if you tried a new album title, Target and Wal-Mart would be more willing to sell your album. It’s basically like you re-wrapping the same gift over and over. No one wants a re-wrapped gifted, even if it might be somewhat new. My advice to you, Nicki, is to try not making an album with the title “Pink Friday” because you are just setting yourself up to fail. Get creative and bounce names back with Roman for your next album. It’s all about marking and that is just poor marketing.
Listen to the song now before you continue on with the review:
Cher is back and better than ever! Her first new single off her untitled upcoming album is pretty much the best thing that has come around this year (sorry Britney). “Woman’s World” is Cher’s answer to this day and age’s obsession with danceable synthesized beats. Cher really pulled this song off and you can tell that she enjoyed working on this song. The song is about her going to the club (you know that it’s a kick ass club if Cher goes to it) and empowering everyone, even thought the song is about a women’s world. The kicker about this song is that she doesn’t even use auto tune! She was the first to use it and she proved that you don’t need to use to sound good! Overall, this song is pretty much amazing and a sign that Cher is still able to release a kick ass album.
Pop Project Rating: 10/10
But I’m stronger
Strong enough to rise above
This is a woman’s world
Got an opinon on the song? Let us know in the comments below with your thoughts!