In order to make it in the entertainment industry, you have to be a triple threat: singer, dancer, and actor. Kat Graham a household name due to her major role in The CW’s hit vampire series “The Vampire Diaries,” but the actress has been making waves in recent years for her music career.
While she has performed for years, it wasn’t until the spring 2012 when her single “Put Your Graffiti on Me” became a runaway hits due to its catchy chorus and beat. She then capitalized on the success by releasing her first Extended Play, known in the music business as an “EP”, entitled “Against the Wall” which garnered her more success and fame. It wasn’t until she released her latest single “Power” that it showed the world that Kat Graham is here to stay.
Take a listen to her sassy self in the songs that will surely rock your world and put you under Kat Graham’s spell:
In case you missed it, or you decided to live under a rock and become a hermit, yesterday was the Super Bowl. It’s the one night a year where everyone (and I mean EVERYONE) gets together to watch the big game whether they love football or not. It’s also the one time a year we get a free concert sponsored by Satan’s soft drink of choice, Pepsi. This year, Katy Perry was the artist that was give the highly sought after show. After watching it, here is the review of Katy Perry’s halftime show.
The halftime show was like one big acid trip of a good time. Katy started the show out on a huge ass Lion singing “Roar” as she rode it through a sea of balls not touched by the New England Patriots because they looked full (expect jokes like this through out the entire review). After she belts out that we are going to hear her roar, it’s revealed that the full balls are covering a huge ass chess board with human chess piece just like at “Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry.” Instead of trying to kill each other, they danced as Katy belted out “Dark Horse.” Next, our ears were given the gift that would literally blow our minds and eardrums A duet version of “I Kissed A Girl” with Lenny Kravitz straight out of District 13 and dancing and singing Sharks. That is right! Katy Perry taught Sharks how to grow legs, dance, and sing. She also got a big ole full set of balls behind her too, beach balls to be exact. She sang “California Gurls” with them before introducing the one that stole our hearts- Missy Elliot. Missy Elliot made us Lose Control and Get our Freak On (see what I did there?). Then, just when we thought it couldn’t be more awesome, Katy Perry freakin flew around the stadium singing “Firework.” The bitch flew! And man, it was pretty awesome.
The show itself was pretty much the greatest halftime show in the history of the Super Bowl. It was amazing and pretty much topped Beyoncé’s halftime show a few years back (remember that time when she blew out the power in the stadium with her power?). It honestly blew my mind at how good the show was. I had low expectations for the show to begin with. I’m not really sure how anyone will top this next year…unless it’s Britney, bitch.
Here the halftime show for your viewing pleasure:
Every artist has an album that their fans would like to forget. For Lovatics, Demi Lovato’s fans, it’s Demi’s third album “Unbroken.”
Released in 2011, “Unbroken” was Demi’s post-rehab album where she had heavier lyrics and got a little personal on the album. In theory, this album sounds like it would be a good album. But it’s rather all over the place. The album had some good songs…and it had some bad song on it with some collaborations what just make you want to shake your head. Like why would Demi Lovato do a collab with Dev, Missy Elliot, Jason Derulo? Where in the world would they meet up at? It was just “So Random” (see what I did there?). While I give Demi credit for trying to find her sound, she really should have done it on the second album.
The tracklist was just all over the place and made me feel like I needed to go rehab because the majority of it was just a bunch of party songs. While some of the song were good, it just didn’t feel like a Demi Lovato album. It honestly felt like a rushed album that Demi Lovato put out to please her fans.
The two singles from album, “Skyscraper” and “Give Your Heart a Break,” are pretty much the best songs off of the album. They showcase Demi’s voice the best and they are a timeless classic that Demi will be singing for years to come.
Overall, If you found this album in the $5 bin at Walmart, I would buy it (that’s where I got my copy at). The album just feels off and not anything like the other two records before it and the one after it (read our review of it here). It’s worth the listen.
Rating: 2 pieces of Demi’s hair available online out of 5
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On Tuesday, January 27, Fifth Harmony’s début album “Reflection” was streamed via iTunes Radio for the world to hear it in it Deluxe Edition glory. So I decided to write a review of the album before it comes out next week so you can decided to buy it or pass on it.
The album itself is very decent album. The songs are catchy and very danceable, not to the point of their EP “Better Together,” but still to the point that the songs will be stuck in your head like musical gonorrhea and the doctor’s prescription to get rid of it is to listen to this album even more. The sad part is that none of the songs really stand out besides the beats. They all seem to blend together. I thought the first two songs off the album was the same song until opened up iTunes and saw that it was a new song. The album reminded me of The Pussycat Dolls (the band). The album had that “Buttons” and “Don’t Cha” feel to it. It’s just sad that the songs run together like hearing Kelly Clarkson’s “Already Gone” and Beyonce’s “Halo.”
Overall, the album is good début album but I don’t think this album will have any extended listening after the first few weeks. Hopefully, their second album is better because they have the potential to be the Kelly Clarkson or Carrie Underwood of our version of “X Factor,” but their success may be short live if they don’t show on their next album. This album is a buy if you liked their other hits, which are actually way better. But if you have spotify or something like it, I would pass on it and just listen to it on there.
Rating: 3.5 versions of X Factor out of 5
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