Friday, April 25, 2008

CONCERT REVIEWS - World Wide (I don't make this shit up people)

HONOLULU, USA, September 18, 2006 - Maybe the Barbadian pop star is just too circuit tired but when she appeared in Honolulu for the second time in three months she received bad reviews for a performance full of flaws.
The 18-year-old continues to tour in support of her sophomore album, "A Girl Like Me", released in April.
The Honolulu Star-Bulletin said that the sound was out of whack with her recorded background vocals over-powering her.
It was also critical of her overall performance and general entertaining manners.
It wrote: "For an artist who has toured relentlessly the past 12 months, Rihanna's overall performance had a lot more flaws than would be expected. There were too many silent pauses between songs -- a definite vibe-killer during any concert, no matter who the artist is. Sound problems that plagued her newest material didn't help, either.
"And why end the 40-minute set with a cover tune? Maybe if she recruited a local artist to join her on stage and play acoustic guitar, then it would have been a cool way to go out before the encore. But singing to an instrumental track? That's karaoke!
"It's too bad she had to leave immediately after the concert for a performance at the L.A. County Fair yesterday. Method Man, her labelmate at Def Jam, was scheduled to follow at Pipeline last night and would have undoubtedly taught her a few lessons on the finer points of entertaining a crowd."



OTTAWA-THERE WASN'T ANY BLUES AT BLUESFEST LAST NIGHT, JULY 14, 2006 - Her show was a Disney-esque choreographed fantasy of non-stop hip-swivelling, sassy attitude and personal endearments and a string of funky, sugar-free hits, such as We Ride, Unfaithful, Kisses Don't Lie and the Soft Cell-inspired SOS that, even by hip-hop standards, was surprisingly forgettable. The music took a back seat to fashion as Rihanna had a hard time singing in tune, while her dancing was little more than strutting back and forth. Meanwhile, her hyperactive DJ kept telling us to make some noise, which I thought Rihanna was already doing sufficiently well on her own throughout a dreary and embarrassingly short 40-minute set.

It's not that every one of the hundreds of musicians who play Bluesfest have to have a blues pedigree, but what claim the bubblegum queen has on blues, or music for that matter, is beyond me. For an event as predictably trustworthy as Bluesfest, last night's presentation was a broken promise.



Rihanna flops In Trinidad

US R&B/soul singer John Legend picked up exactly where producer and friend rapper Kanye West left off when he delivered an exciting stage show at the b2 concert on Saturday night at Pier 2, Chaguaramas.

Credited with launching Legend's career, West, the headline act of the first instalment of the bmobile concert series last December, had his musical presence all through Legend's 90-minute set.

His passion for funk and jazz shone through in Legend's music as the crooner mixed the popular tracks off his multi-Grammy award-winning debut album Get Lifted with new unreleased material from his upcoming project Once Again, which hits record shops next month.

The sold-out crowd enjoyed every moment of Legend as he teased his fingers along the keys of his black Yamaha piano, inspiring them to join into the chorus of the title track off his debut.

"Let's get lifted," they harmonised with Legend's smooth background vocalists while his band cranked up to full pace.

He followed up with a love song called "Heaven Only Knows" off the new album that showed his gospel roots before taking the microphone from atop his piano to a stand positioned at stagefront to spurn a deceitful web of a love triangle in his popular groove track "She Don't have to Know".

"We'd go to T&T and hold hands publicly all through the streets cause they don't know you and they don't me," he sang, inspiring another roar of approval from the ladies who swooned at his feet in both the VIP and general admission sections of the crowd.

With a partition splitting the front of the dome-shaped stage, both sections were afforded the opportunity to get close to the performer.

They seemed all too eager to draw to stagefront when Roca-fella's latest star Rihanna was announced as the first of the international acts following a lively opening from Kes the band.

The Barbadian pop princess Rihanna, as she was introduced on the night, however, failed to impress during a lacklustre 45-minute set.


A change of clothing, three times over, didn't change her fortune on the stage as her DJ had to call several times for the crowd to get into her performances of her hits "SOS", "Turn It Up" and "Loving That You Want".

"Come on, T&T, we came all the way from Barbados to do this show," Rihanna pleaded amidst an uninspired groan from the crowd.

Legend, meanwhile, slowed the tempo to perform another ballad off his new album, titled Each Day Gets Better before once again upping the ante to sing the very popular "Number One" which features vocals from West.

He continued in that way throughout his performance, mixing the old with the new before pausing to invite a young lady out of the general admission section of the crowd to dance with him while he sang another new song called "Slow Dance".

"People always ask me, John, why do you sing all those cheating songs but, as Snoop Dogg told me, you can change nephew," he said with a laugh as he once again positioned himself behind his piano while his fingers found the opening notes to "I Can Change".

Shades of Lionel Richie could be seen in his movements, vocals and attitude as the lights dimmed for his rendition of the mega-hit "Ordinary People".

Legend ended his set with "So High" before telling the crowd he would return only if their cheers were loud enough.

The deafening screams for his return must have been heard as far as his home town in Ohio.

He responded in emphatic fashion, returning to end his performance with a never-before-heard upbeat remix of the song.


Akon shows Rihanna how it's done

At GM Place on Saturday, September 15, 2007

If cable reruns of Kung Fu have taught the world anything, it's that there are two kinds of people in this world: masters and grasshoppers. There was no mistaking who was who at GM Place on Saturday. As much as he has his faults hurling underage boys into audiences and dry-humping 14-year-olds Akon is indeed a master. By the time he was halfway through his encore, every person in the Garage was on their feet shaking their asses. No one was immune to his charms, and, yes, that included the frizzy-haired 50-something Far Side character a couple of rows down from me. Earlier in the night, she'd sat there staring grimly off into space while Akon had the entire audience including her 11-year-old riot-nrrrd of a daughter gang-chanting "I wanna fuck you". Proving that Akon can charm the plus-size mom jeans off his biggest haters, Mrs. Far Side spent the final 10 minutes of the show working it like something out of Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back".

But first, let's deal with the grasshopper. The kindest thing you can say about Rihanna is that she's shown some improvement since her last visit. For a start, she no longer seems tone-deaf. Still the Barbados-born singer has plenty to learn about keeping an audience engaged. Banter-wise, she had little to offer other than "You're in for a treat this is my new single". As far as the visuals went, Rihanna won S&M points for thigh-high PVC boots and an ass-cheek-baring micro-mini that was part rubberware, part Glad garbage bag. Less captivating was her gaggle of rhythmically challenged backup dancers, who were evidently also-rans from the casting calls for Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, Gwen Stefani, and Theatre Under the Stars' upcoming production of Cats. At least their ineptitude made you forget that their fearless leader couldn't outdance Heather Mills.

Musically, Rihanna live show bears little resemblance to the over-processed artist we've heard on her platinum-shipping records. Bolstered by a back line that included a guitarist on leave from the pop-punk army, and a turntablist dressed by the stylist for AFI, the singer had moments where she actually rocked. "Let Me" played out as metal-tipped grunge-pop, while "Good Girl Gone Bad" stood up against anything that's ever been released on 604 Records.

Rihanna's definitely got the hits; a year ago she would have blown her bolt right off the top by starting with "Pon de Replay", which this night sounded like drum 'n' bass in a garbage can. The loudest screams predictably went up for "Umbrella". The techno thumper "SOS" aside, the loudest song was the distortion-powered "Shut Up and Drive". Featuring hard-candy hooks that Ashlee Simpson would trade her nose job for, the latter almost made you forget that Rihanna had all the charisma of Steven Wright. It didn't, however, compensate for her tuneless mangling of Bob Marley's "Is This Love", made more heinous by her suggestion that fans pay tribute to the song by hoisting their cellphones high.


Rihanna, O2 Arena, London

(Rated 2/ 5 )

More like 'The Clothes Show'


Yui Mok/PA Wire

The dominatrix effect: Rihanna's skimpy attire rather eclipsed her singing

    Beyonce Fact vs Opinion: Truth vs Lies - full

    This is dedicated to the visitors of this blog & our YouTube pages requesting I/we speak on what & whom Beyoncé has copied & who she's lied to. Sure thing! We'll start with discerning FACT from FICTION...

    Let's start with the most persistent rumors:

    • Beyoncé is 32 years old
    Their Proof: Celeb gossip site MediaTakeOut.com claimed earlier this week to have a document from the Texas Department of Health proving that the pop princess was born September 4, 1974, making her 32.

    Other Media Outlets Refute the claim: But an authoritative source in Texas tells TMZ that the authenticity of that document could not be confirmed, that the document wasn't an official birth record, and that 1974 is definitely not Beyonce's b-day.

    We also put in a call to the High School of the Visual and Performing Arts in Houston, which Beyonce attended, and they told us that she was a student from 1997-2000. If she was born in 1974, that would mean she attended high school from age 23 on.









    Fact: As a young child, Beyonce's excited to meet TLC, as expressed in the video below:



    FACT: TLC was formed in Atlanta, Ga by founding member Crystal Jones, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins & Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes in 1991 under the name 2nd Nature. In 1992 they signed to LaFace Records & the name was changed to TLC. Soon thereafter Crystal was replaced by Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas.

    Ooooooohhh.... on the TLC Tip was released in February 1992. Hammer's opening act on his 2 Legit 2 Quit Tour from 1992-1993.

    Crazy Sexy Cool was released in 1994. Co-headlining tour with Boyz II Men from 1994-1995.

    Conclusion: If Beyonce was born in 1974 as shown in the birth record above, that would make her no younger than 18 (eighteen) years old in the video provided.
    • TLC was not formed until 1992, let's just assume Beyonce went to see them at their very first appearance, which could be no earlier than 1992. 1992 - 1974 = 18
    RUMOR DISMISSED



    • There's no way Beyoncé won that many awards, she and her father are lying



    1998

    Result: 3 wins (All for Group)

    * Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards
    o Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo ("No, No, No")
    o Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist ("No, No, No")
    o Best R&B/Soul Album of the Year: (Destiny's Child)

    2000

    Result: 16 wins (All for Group)

    * Billboard Music Awards
    o Top Pop Artist
    o Top Pop Artist - Duo/Group
    o Top Hot 100 Artist
    o Top Hot 100 Artist-Duo/Group
    o Top Hot Dance Maxi-Single Sales Artist
    o Top Hot Dance Maxi-Single Sales Artist-Duo/Group

    * Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards
    o Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo ("Say My Name")
    o Best R&B/Soul Album of the Year: (The Writing's on the Wall)

    * Artist Direct (ADOMA) Awards
    o Favorite Group: Urban/Hip-Hop

    * NAACP Image Awards
    o Outstanding Duo or Group

    * Artist Direct (ADOMA) Awards
    o Favorite Group: Urban/Hip-Hop

    * MTV Video Music Awards
    o Best R&B Video ("Say My Name")

    2001

    Result: 27 wins - 26 for Group and 1 for Beyoncé.

    Destiny's Child

    * Grammy Awards
    o Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals ("Say My Name")
    o Best R&B Song ("Say My Name")

    * Billboard Music Awards
    o Top Pop Artist
    o Top Pop Artist-Duo/Group
    o Top Hot 100 Artist
    o Top Hot 100 Artist-Duo/Group
    o Top Hot Top 40 Artist
    o Top Hot Dance Maxi-Single Sales Artist
    o Top Hot Dance Maxi-Single Sales ("Independent Woman Pt.1")
    o Singles Artist of the Year
    o Group/Duo of the Year

    * MTV Video Music Awards
    o Best R&B Video ("Survivor")

    * American Music Awards
    o Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group
    o Favorite Soul/R&B Album ("Survivor")

    * BET Awards
    o Best Group

    * Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards
    o Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo ("Survivor")

    * Teen Choice Awards
    o Choice Pop Group ("Bootylicious")
    o R&B/Soul Album of the Year - Group, Band, or Duo Survivor

    * Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
    o Favorite Singing Group ("Survivor")

    * BMI Pop Awards
    o Most Performed Song - "Bills, Bills, Bills"
    o Most Performed Song - "Say My Name"

    * Block Buster Entertainment Awards
    o Favorite Group
    o Favorite Group - R&B

    * Radio Music Awards
    o Artist of the Year - Hip-Hop Rhythmic Radio
    o Artist of the Year - Top 40 Pop Radio

    * NAACP Image Awards
    o Outstanding Duo or Group: 2001

    * Soul Train Music Awards
    o Sammy Davis Jr. Award for 'Entertainer of the Year'

    * TMF Awards (Holland)
    o Best R&B International

    Beyoncé

    * ASCAP Pop Music Awards
    o Songwriter of the Year — First African American female artist (and second female artist) to receive this award.

    2002

    Result: 13 wins - 11 for Group, 1 for Michelle, 1 for Beyoncé

    Destiny's Child

    * Grammy Awards
    o Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals ("Survivor")
    * World Music Awards
    o World's Best-Selling Artist or Group
    o World's Best-Selling Pop Group
    o World's Best-Selling R&B Group

    * American Music Awards
    o Favorite Pop/Rock Album
    o Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group

    * BRIT Awards
    o Best International Group

    * NAACP Image Awards
    o Outstanding Group

    * Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
    o Favorite Singing Group

    * Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards
    o Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo ("Emotion")
    o Best R&B/Soul Album of the Year: (Survivor)

    * TMF Awards (Holland)
    o Best R&B International: 2002

    * BET Awards
    o Best Group

    Beyoncé

    * ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards
    o Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures ("Independent Women" - Shared with Samuel J. Barnes) - For the film, Charlie's Angels

    Michelle

    * Mobo Awards
    o Best Gospel Act

    2003

    Result: 21 wins - 2 for Group, 5 for Kelly and 14 for Beyoncé

    Destiny's Child

    * Radio Disney Music Awards
    o Best Style

    * Trumpet Awards
    o Entertainers Achievement

    Beyoncé

    * Billboard Music Awards
    o New Female Artist
    o Hot 100 Female Artist
    o Hot 100 Award for Most Weeks at No.1
    o New R&B Artist

    * MTV Video Music Awards
    o Best Female Video ("Crazy in Love")
    o Best R&B Video ("Crazy in Love")
    o Best Choreography ("Crazy in Love")

    * MTV Europe Music Awards
    o Best R&B Award
    o Best Song of the Year ("Crazy in Love")

    * International Dance Music Awards
    o Best R&B / Urban ("Crazy in Love" - Shared with Jay-Z)

    * ASCAP Pop Music Awards
    o Most Performed Songs ("'03 Bonnie & Clyde" - Shared with Jay-Z)

    * Vibe Award
    o Coolest Collabo ("Crazy in Love" - Shared with Jay-Z)
    o Most Stylish Artist Ever

    * VH1 Awards
    o Big Entertainer

    Kelly

    * Grammy Award
    o Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("Dilemma")

    * Capital FM Awards
    o London's Favorite International Single ("Dilemma")

    * TMF Awards (Holland)
    o Best R&B International (Kelly)
    o Best Video International ("Dilemma")

    * Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards
    o Hot Rap Track of The Year ("Dilemma")

    2004

    Result: 25 wins - 1 for Group and 24 for Beyoncé.

    Destiny's Child

    * Billboard Music Awards
    o Artist Achievement Award

    Beyoncé

    * Grammy Award
    o Best Female R&B Vocal Performance ("Dangerously in Love 2")
    o Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals ("The Closer I Get to You" - Shared with Luther Vandross)
    o Best R&B Song ("Crazy in Love" - Shared with Jay-Z)
    o Best Contemporary R&B Album (Dangerously in Love)
    o Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("Crazy in Love" - Shared with Jay-Z)

    * BRIT Awards
    o Best International Female Solo Artist

    * Capital FM Awards
    o London's Favorite International Solo Artist

    * Meteor Ireland Music Awards
    o Best Female Singer

    * NRJ Radio Awards
    o Best International Female Artist

    * BET Awards
    o Best Female R&B Artist: 2004
    o Best Collaboration ("Crazy in Love" - Shared with Jay-Z)

    * ASCAP Pop Music Awards
    o Most Performed Songs ("Crazy in Love" - Shared with Jay-Z)

    * MTV Video Music Awards
    o Best Female Video ("Naughty Girl")

    * MTV Video Music Awards Japan
    o Best Collaboration ("Crazy in Love" - Shared with Jay-Z)

    * MTV TRL Awards
    o TRL's First Lady Award

    * Soul Train Music Awards
    o Sammy Davis Jr. Award for 'Entertainer of the Year': 2004
    o Best Female R&B/Soul Album (Dangerously in Love): 2004

    * NAACP Image Awards
    o Entertainer of the Year

    * Radio Music Awards
    o Artist of the Year - Top 40 Radio

    * Billboard AURN R&B/Hip-Hop Awards
    o Top R&B/Hip-hop Artist - Female
    o Top R&B/Hip-hop Artist - New

    * People's Choice Award
    o Favorite Female Performer

    * Black Reel Awards
    o Best Song in Film ("He Still Loves Me" - Shared with Walter Williams Sr.) - for the Film, The Fighting Temptations

    * Whudat Music Awards
    o R&B Artist of the Year

    2005

    Result: 21 Wins - 16 for the group, 5 for Beyoncé

    Destiny's Child

    * World Music Awards
    o World's Best-Selling Pop Group
    o World's Best-Selling R&B Group
    o World's Best-Selling Female Group of All Time

    * Billboard Music Awards
    o Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year
    o Top R&B/Hip-Hop Group of the Year
    o Dance Club-Play Artist of the Year

    * BET Awards
    o Best Group

    * Soul Train Music Awards
    o Best R&B/Soul Album (Destiny Fulfilled)

    * Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards
    o Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo ("Soldier")
    o Best R&B/Soul Album of the Year: (Destiny Fulfilled)

    * NAACP Image Awards
    o Outstanding Duo or Group

    * T4 Awards
    o Best Song of the Year ("Lose My Breath")

    * MTV TRL Awards
    o Walk This Way Award (Best Entrance)

    * TMF Awards (Holland)
    o Best Pop Group International

    * American Music Awards
    o Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group
    o Favorite Soul/R&B Album (Destiny Fulfilled)

    Beyoncé

    * ASCAP Pop Music Awards
    o Most Performed Songs ("Baby Boy" - Shared With: Jay-Z, Robert Walker, Scott Storch, Sean Paul)
    o Most Performed Songs ("Me, Myself and I" - Shared With: Robert Walker, Scott Storch)
    o Most Performed Songs ("Naughty Girl" - Shared With: Angela Beyince, Robert Walker, Scott Storch, Donna Summer)
    o Songwriter of the Year (Shared) ("Me, Myself and I" - Shared With: Robert Walker, Scott Storch)
    o Songwriter of the Year (Shared) ("Naughty Girl" - Shared With: Angela Beyince, Robert Walker, Scott Storch, Donna Summer)

    2006

    Result: 16 Wins - 11 for Group, 5 for Beyoncé

    Destiny's Child

    * Groovevolt Awards
    o Best Song, Band, Duo, or Group: Cater 2 U
    o Best Deep Cut: Through With Love

    * NAACP Image Awards
    o Outstanding Duo or Group

    * ASCAP Pop Music Awards
    o Most Performed Songs ("Lose My Breath")
    o Most Performed Songs ("Soldier")

    * Soul Train Music Awards
    o Quincy Jones Award for Outstanding Career Achievements
    o Best Group Single: "Cater 2 U"

    * Hollywood Walk of Fame
    o Hollywood Star

    * MTV Asia Awards
    o Special Achievement In Popular Music

    * BET Awards
    o Best Group

    * MTV Video Music Awards Japan
    o Inspiration Award

    Beyoncé

    * Grammy Award
    o Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals ("So Amazing" - Shared with Stevie Wonder)

    * MTV Video Music Awards
    o Best R&B Video ("Check on It" - Shared with Slim Thug & Bun B)

    * MOBO Awards
    o Best International Female Solo Artist
    o Best Video ("Deja Vu" - Shared with Jay-Z)
    o Best Song ("Deja Vu" - Shared with Jay-Z)

    * World Music Awards
    o World's Best-Selling R&B Artist

    2007

    Result: 11 Wins - 11 for Beyoncé

    Beyoncé

    * Grammy Award
    o Best Contemporary R&B Album
    * Soul Train Awards "
    o Best R&B/Soul Single - Female- "Irreplaceable"
    * Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
    o Favorite Song for "Irreplaceable"
    o Favorite Female Singer
    * ASCAP Pop Music Awards
    o Most Performed Songs - Check On It
    * Brasil Orkut Awards
    o Best Song
    o Best Female Singer
    o Best Actress
    o Inspiration Award
    * BET Awards
    o Best Female R&B Artist
    o Video of the Year

    Destiny's child

    * Capital Awards 2008
    o Icon of The year 2008

    * American music awards


    o International artist of excellence

    Total Awards

    * As of August 2007, all of the women of Destiny's Child (both as a group and individually) have produced a sum of 153 awards both domestically and internationally since 1998.

    * Destiny's Child is the only artist to consecutively be awarded Best Group at the BET Awards. They won it straight through from the 1st annual awards show to the 6th annual awards show which is when they split.

    RUMOR DISMISSED

    • Beyoncé is phony and mean to her fans











    • Beyoncé lied claiming to her fans in concert, that she wrote Irreplaceable just for the ladies
    Fact:






    RUMOR DISMISSED

    • Beyoncé is fat with a flat azz
    Fact:



    RUMOR DISMISSED

    THIS POST WILL BE UPDATED FREQUENTLY TO ADD FURTHER INFORMATION. AS YOU CAN SEE... THIS IS ONLY THE BEGINNING....

    Tuesday, April 22, 2008

    LOL - YOU NEED BETTER PEOPLE

    Zimbio Cover

    And we better been the only ones that seen that girls track!? 'Tis funny though.. LOL :-)


    Monday, April 21, 2008

    ARE YOU A BOT IN TRAINING??








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    Um.... Leona Lewis? Sweety? Find an identity and stick to it! But... not someone else's. OK???? Don't be another Rihanna.... except, WITH talent.

    Sunday, April 20, 2008

    Saturday, April 19, 2008

    Beyonce - The QUEEN Bee

    She STILL gone be here AFTER the "others" are gone... DEAL WIT IT :-)

    Monday, April 14, 2008

    Friday, April 11, 2008

    RIHANNA COPIES FEFE DOBSON..... this chick has no shame

    WHEN WILL THIS SHIT END!?!? GET DA FUKK OUTTA HERE TRYNNA TELL ME "OH WELL EVERYONE COPIES SOMEONE". NAH BITCH!! EVERYONE DON'T COPY EVERYTHING ((((TALENT EXCLUDED))) FROM OTHER ARTIST!

    Friday, April 4, 2008

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    Except to say, Thanks BeyonceTake....er.. MediaTakeOut for the pics. LOL

    Wednesday, April 2, 2008

    LOL... Riyonce Review by a FAN :-D





    Wow. Now when was the last time you met anyone — man, woman or child with Caribbean roots who simply could not dance? That’s already a rarity, but you’re also an R&B singer? Odd. I wonder how they came up with the concept for this video in that
    production meeting. Had to go something like this:

    * Hollywood skinny, slimmed out rail body with the occasional arse enhancement lean on ‘em move to get the fellas believing that they’re actually seeing something they wanna see, check


    * Matrix water scene, check


    * Rhihanna dipped in Chrome, check


    * Ri Ri cake walkin’ and high steppin’ on personal dubbs/ballet shoes, check


    * Horrible and juiceless umbrella dance scene, check


    * Random close-ups highlighting that Cam’ron inspired sturdy chin and that ever changing asymetrical wig piece atop her head, chiiizek Zimbio Cover

    * REAL dance scene, with professional dancers with Ri highlighted at the center, *crickets*

    * Actual and verified singing ability, *crickets, lightening bugs and things that go bump in the night*


    Disappointing because the song is actually hot… I’ll tell ya this, Ri Ri best stack some chips under her Um-brrrrrellaaaah, eeeeelllah, eh eh eh, because she won’t have a career for long if she can’t live up to the triple threat standards of performance set by Beyonce, Ciara et. al.

    Granted, nobody really knows if Ciara can sing, but she can move… You can fake sangin’, you can’t fake showmanship and performances.. Ri, stick tight to Neyo, Kanye, Jay Z n them — that way maybe you’ll make it past album tree.

    Beyonce 3 funny moments AMAZING!!!

    DOESN'T SHE HAVE A WONDERFUL SENSE OF HUMOR?