The long awaited album by Estonian artist Kerli is finally out this week. It includes previously released songs Love is Dead and Walking on Air.
As Rick Florino reviews on Artist Direct; “Love is Dead is more than just “alternative music;” it’s alternative art. Kerli’s vision extends far beyond the notes recorded on her CD, and that’s instantly apparent from her twisted fairytale aesthetic…Kerli doesn’t fit in any kind of box. There are flourishes of alt rock, industrial, electronica, metal and trip hop throughout the record. The one thing she does adhere to is the hook. These songs aren’t easily forgotten, because Kerli can carry a melody to oblivion and back. Ultimately, Kerli’s onto something that could be very significant for the disenfranchised, disillusioned 21st century youth.
When you’re having sex, breathing is the last thing on your mind. But breathing sets your tempo, and in bed good rhythm is a LOT better than bad rhythm. Coach Kendra explains how it works and further provides breathing exercises that helps you control the rhythm during sex.
Kerli’s new video “Walking On Air” has just been released. It features some spinning, sexy clothing and a scary doll singing. No I didn’t say Kerli is the scary doll, there is literally a scary doll singing in this video. Kerli herself is quite lovely.
The video is produced by JP Fox and directed by Aggressive. The music producer is Lester Mendez.
Carrie Underwood kinda lost her last name in her new music video, “Last Name.” How did it happen? Well she married some guy she met in a bar and decided to marry him. The only problem is, she doesn’t know his last name. But hey! What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas right?
So what should Britney do when she’s surrounded by paparazzi? Paul Boyd has a solution! 10 Years‘ new music video “Beautiful” features how a blonde surrounded by paparazzi fake her own disappearance. Hint: it involves a wig, a pool and a bath robe. (Very Britney right? I KNOW!)
Fergie is rapping her puppies off for Nelly this time. Party People by Nelly is scheduled to be the second single released from his fifth studio album Brass Knuckles. The track is produced by Polow Da Don.