Monthly Archives: July 2015

REVIEW: Ciara – Dance Like We’re Making Love (Video)

Ciara’s Dance Like We’re Making Love music video could easily have been turned into a cheap, sexed up boring production, but instead she has created a smooth piece of storytelling that through dance ties the song and it’s lyrics into the visuals flawlessly, making the sexiest and classiest music video of the year.

She begins by seducing her man in the pool wearing a gorgeous red dress in a garden; sexy and sultry she shows her partner her moves with the promise that “it’s ‘bout to get hot and heavy”. When the first chorus begins it’s a proposal, an offer, an invitation, “lets dance like we’re making love”. Continue reading

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REVIEW: Cheyenne – Jason Derulo.

Since his debut I’ve been kind of perplexed as to why Jason Derulo continues to be so successful despite never really releasing any material that defines him as an artist. He’s jumped on every pop music bandwagon he could and somehow managed to ride each one to the upper regions of many (singles) charts time and time again. What makes this more annoying is that he actually is genuinely talented. He’s got the moves, he’s got the vocals, but he never seems to do anything interesting with them, instead he relies on a procession of vapid insta-hits that should have run short two albums ago. Continue reading

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REVIEW: Demi Lovato – Cool For The Summer.

Imagine a singer taking the best parts of several hit summer songs, taking cues from successful hit masters and smashing them all together to create a blend of striking pop/rock bound to define the next couple of months in pop music. Were you imagining Demi Lovato? Because if not, boy were you wrong.

Demi said in a Ryan Seacrest interview promoting her new single “Cool for the Summer” that the new song and album are all about having fun, that she’s sick of portraying the sad and wounded girl. It’s extremely clear that she has not in any way held back on the fun, in fact she’s been completely ruthless in creating a banging summer anthem and fiercely stares down anyone daring enough not to love it. Continue reading

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