May 24, 2010
While Alejandro is prepping for it’s video release, Lady Gaga has big things planned for this year. She recently announced a new leg for her positive reviewed “Monster Ball Tour”, 4 more singles to be released from her now platinum album (it’s really an EP) “The Fame Monster”, and over the weekend she stated that she’s also working on her third studio album which is due out later this year. If you thought that 2009 was the year of Gaga, get prepared to see alot more of her this year as well. The good side of all of this is that now she has competition. Beyonce, Christina Aguilera and my personal fav Britney Spears, and icon Janet Jackson, are all scheduled to release albums this year. I think it’s safe to announce that Bitch Fest 2010 is ready to take off but the reigning question is…who’s the baddest?
May 19, 2010
Say what you want about Britney Spears, but don’t deny her talent. We can officially call Britney the crucible of fame for the famous: loving it, hating it and never quite being able to stop it from destroying you, she’s done pretty good for herself for the past few years. After finishing her Circus Tour for her album of the same name in Australia in November of last year, she went right back to the studio to work on her upcoming album which is yet to be titled. While little information is known about it, there have been talks about it being her “last album”, and her going into retirement and shes not even 30 yet. If she does go into retirement, you can bet that it won’t be for too long, afterall, the Pop world just wouldnt be right without her.
October 4, 2009
The recording industry once again aims to boost sluggish sales by packing their MVPs into the last three months of the year. This fall’s release schedule includes a songstress whose last four albums all debuted at No. 1 (Alicia Keys’ The Element of Freedom), a sequel more star-studded than the Grammys (Timbaland’s Shock Value 2), the most-delayed album of 2009 (Lil Wayne’s Rebirth), and a couple of Shady characters (Eminem’s Relapse 2 and 50 Cent’s Before I Self Destruct).
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