The All-American Rejects – :60 With

Date: 2017-09-11 16:00:01

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The All-American Rejects, :60 With

The All-American Rejects really tore it up in the 2000s. With singer Tyson Ritter up front, the explosive power-pop band from Oklahoma roared through hits such as “Move Along,” “It Ends Tonight” and “Gives You Hell.” Their music blasts its way through all sorts of emotions, and fans were sad when they decided to take a break a few years ago. That stretch of inactivity comes to an end with the upcoming album that features the tracks “Sweat” and “Close Your Eyes.” Ritter graced us with his presence at Vevo HQ to answer some rapid-fire questions, and in particular some certain types of women’s underwear which he discussed in detail.

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Christina Aguilera – Your Body

Date: 2012-10-01 20:50:24

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Obviously Christina Aguilera was really stuck for both a song and a video when she agreed to do this work. The lyrics for the song are, well boring, to say the least. They don’t even rhyme, and I suppose that doesn’t really matter for this uhmmmmm artist? Moreover, the video, well that’s a dismal failure one off lowly theme of reckless hoodlemism. It’s hard to figure out just what she is attempting to teach our young audience here. We’ll keep it short, and just say that this video and song are not a necessity in the household. As for her attempt to be – sexy. Well .  . .  no comment!

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Lyrics:

I came here tonight to get you out of my mind,
I’m gonna take what I find (uh oh, yeah!)
So open the box, don’t need no key I’m unlocked
And I won’t tell you to stop (uh oh, yeah!)

Hey boy!
I don’t need to know where you’ve been,
All I need to know is you and no need for talking
Hey boy!
So don’t even tell me your name,
All I need to know is whose place,
And let’s get walking…

All I wanna do is love your body
Oh oh oh oh
Tonight’s your lucky night, I know you want it
Oh oh oh oh

Nick Hakim – Nick Hakim: A Little Bit Bigger

Date: 2017-09-07 16:00:06

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Nick Hakim, A Little Bit Bigger

Nick Hakim says his songs “are like self-portraits,” and he certainly reveals himself eloquently through his soulful music. Hakim grew up in Washington, DC, and taught himself piano in high school. He moved to Boston to hone his skills, and in 2014 released a pair of acclaimed EPs, ‘Where Will We Go, Pt. I & II,’ before settling in Brooklyn. After solo shows and opening slots for Maxwell and King he cut the evocative tracks of his debut album, ‘Green Twins.’ He says the project was influenced by the likes of Marvin Gaye and My Bloody Valentine, and he strived to make it “sound like if RZA had produced a Portishead album”; NPR called it “soul music from outer space.” Whenever Hakim gets to work, the result is always inventive. In our exclusive interview “A Little Bit Bigger,” Nick talks about his musical identity, and we watch him at work in the studio, mentoring aspiring music students at Brooklyn’s City-As-School. He’s all about bolstering young talent. “I enjoy being around them; they have a pureness to them. Sometimes there are kids who know more shit that I do,” he says. “It’s crazy.”

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Songwriting Inspiration

  Album photo  Inspiration comes from within, from your thoughts, your dreams, your semi-awake moments in bed, when you think of a beat or musical overture, or the words to a verse and suddenly you jump away from what you’re doing, or out of bed, and run to your computer or instrument, paper and pen, and somehow record your thoughts before you forget them. And bingo, a song has been created.

Album photoA song is created the moment you sing or record the first line. Then the hard work begins. The hours it takes to complete the wording for the song. The hours of dedication to record all the instruments. I’ve jumped out of bed during the night many times, when I thought of a good line for a song.

Album photo For instance, I once thought of the line “If you could feel, like only you can feel”. I could even hear the music it in my mind, jumped out of bed and ran to my computer desk, where the work of completing this newly created song began. I followed the thought with “You must know, my days are not the same”. And then, “Though I’ve tried, to live without you” followed by “I will never, win this game”. Sometimes, in order to complete the rhyme and come up with a good line, it’s recommendable to reverse the process, that is, think of words that rhyme with the word you need to rhyme with, then try different wording which uses that, or those words. For instance, I needed to make a line that rhymed with the word “same” in the example above. I thought of name, game, train, lame, came, dame, fame, etc. And finally came up with the line, using game, “I will never, win this game”.

Album photo I have always found that my best inspirational thoughts come with my eyes closed, laying down. You will undoubtedly find the best time and place for your best thoughts. After all, it’s your thoughts which are transposed into music and — songs. The difficult part is getting your thoughts onto a medium, as precisely as possible. This then is the mark of a successful electronic music producer – – – that ability to reproduce thoughts onto a playable medium.

Album photoLastly, do not stop or give up, until the project is finished

Ariana Grande – I Believe In You & Me

Date: 2013-04-24 01:21:04

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Posted a video of me singing this in my bedroom and a lot of you asked me to make a version with better audio quality so I went to Jones’ studio and made a new video. Here you go. Tribute to Whitney. I love you.

Is Ariana Grande’s performance of Problem HOT? (iHeartRadio Theater LA)

Date: 2015-10-31 22:00:00

Once again Ariana Grande dazzels the audience as well as all us ensuing viewers with this slick and stylish dance routine, surpassed only by her talent as both a performer and a singer. Bravo!

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Ariana Grande performs “Problem” live on the Honda Stage at the iHeartRadio Theater LA.

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Ariana Grande – best performance of Dangerous Woman (2016 RDMA’s)

Date: 2016-06-13 07:00:01

Certainly in some respects Ariana Grande could be touted as the next Mariah Carey, and from a vocal prowess perspective, certainly, she would qualify. And, in so many other perspectives, also there she would comply, as in good looks, beauty, passion, crowd control, etc.,. However, there is an element that is missing, and that would be the true artistic professionalism which only the very few true charmers have had, and those very few would include Mariah Carey. In her attempt to reach this echelon, Ariana does too much woo hooweing, and not enough true singing, as in you know, those long passionate notes, notes which are missing in Ariana’s renditions, due to constant voice reverberations which become monotonous due to the overabundance of same. Time will tell, if indeed Ariana will reach the echelons pricipitated to be.

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Music video by Ariana Grande performing Dangerous Woman. (C) 2016 Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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