Not that she ever really goes anywhere. She just kind of…doesn’t have a single for a few months, and then it’s another comeback. But whatever, I’ve pretty much been into everything she’s done since Blackout, so I’m down for this too.
A lot of female pop stars have released music videos this month and I am so disappoint. What happened to pop? Why is everything so boring, awkward, and/or uncomfortable?
Mariah Carey “#Beautiful” feat. Miguel
Mariah…is really trying. Hard. Hashtag Beautiful is Hashtag Boring and Neck-Breaka Miguel isn’t adding anything other than sugarsweetsyrup to this with his lil swishy behind. This video though. Mariah playing an innocent sex kitten at sixty-seven years old is so uncomfortable to watch. She has the right to wear whatever she wants…I just wish she wanted to wear more. She’s just so unsexy. She doesn’t even move sexy. Stop trying to be sexy all the time. You aren’t Janet. Nobody is checking for your midriff, I promise you.
I wish The Saturdays would stop having babies every five minutes so they could actually get famous. They can sing, they’re cute, and they have fun songs…why is this not enough, America? You done let Rihanna make eight albums, okay. Clearly you are fine with generic pop music.
In honor of Danity Kane’s reunion (praise!!!!) I’ve been having major girl group cravings. It’s impossible to really rank the greats. The Supremes didn’t really make videos but how can you not have the prototype for girl trios to come? Does it count as a girl group if they play instruments, like the Bangles? Does Destiny’s Child’s choreography put them a step ahead of The Saturdays, who don’t dance?
But, here it is anyway. My favorite girl group videos. I threw this together really quick, so who did I miss? Let me know. Maybe there’ll be a part two.
JSYK, this new Girls’ Generation album is everything. Seohyun is singing her little face off. Get it girl.
Also, why didn’t y’all tell me Japandroids had the best rock album of last year? It’s like 2004 all the way through! The only things missing were a PBR, a healthy dose of shame, and hooking up in the bathroom with the guy who sells drugs of questionable quality at all of the shows.
That was my 2004 anyway. I don’t know what y’all were doing.