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Bobby V Talks on Sophomore Album and Jean Line

September 16, 2006 04:36:02 GMT

Really knows what his fans want, Bobby V tries his best to meet their desire either for music or fashion. The R& B singer is preparing his sophomore album "Special Occasion", due out October 24th later this year, while also is introducing a line of Bobby V jeans for women.

On his jean line, Bobby said Wednesday Sept 13th while promoting his album, "Ever since the 'Tell Me' video everyone has been asking me, 'When is your jean line coming out?' So I've been working on that. I'm totally hands-on with all the creative things with the Bobby V jean line. That was one thing I put in the contract, that I wanted to be hands-on. We're ladies' men as R&B singers, and I love the ladies, all types of women. I definitely want to see my name on the back of jeans. And I feel like there's a void for women's jeans. A lot of women are either too small or too big for certain jeans. I really want to provide for all women."

In Stores Soon, Kevin Federline's "Playing with Fire"

September 16, 2006 03:55:55 GMT

Only days after came to the surface to confirm the birth of his second son with wife Britney Spears, Kevin Federline once again shocks public worldwide with the soon-to-be in stores, "Playing with Fire".

The set, which is K-Fed's debut album ever, has been scheduled to marry the street Oct. 31. The cover album of "Playing with Fire", moreover, has been posted on his MySpace.com page and on the Web site MusicToday, where fans can pre-order the album.

Rapper Jay-Z Has His "Kingdom" Come

September 15, 2006 03:18:23 GMT

He announced his retirement three years ago with the release of "The Black Album". But now Jay-Z is invading, again, the music industry with his another new album.

The rapper has just released an announcement, confirming his comeback to the scene with his forthcoming set, "Kingdom Come", which is slated to hit stores this fall.

Musicians to Perform on Peace Single "One Day"

September 14, 2006 05:13:34 GMT

Numbers of famous music personalities have confirmed to give contribution to the UN peace track, "One Day". The single is about to be produced by award winning music producer Swizz Beatz in conjunction with the International Peace Concert, which will air live from the Coliseum in Rome, Italy on December 9th.

The likes of Sean Paul, John Legend, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez, Cassidy, Chris Brown, Wyclef Jean, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have all confirmed to appear on the track which is slated for a September 21st release date.

The Big 10 Debuts on Billboard's Albums Chart

September 14, 2006 04:23:31 GMT

Having her second solo LP, "B'Day", tops the Billboard's album chart is the best birthday gift Beyonce Knowles has ever received. The set, drooped Sept 4h just in time with the singer's 25th birthday, is debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 200, selling a massive 541,000 copies in its first week in stores.

Thus, the album marked Beyonce's second #1 debut on Billboard's albums chart. Back then in 2003, her debut solo album "Dangerously in Love" opened at #1, selling close to 317,000 units its first week in stores and going on to move more than 4.3 million copies since its release.

Pop/R&B Singer JoJo Talks on Sophomore LP


September 14, 2006 03:50:20 GMT

JoJo, the young and energetic singer, opens up about her upcoming sophomore album. The pop songbird will have her second solo album, tentatively titled "The High Road", marry the street October 17th later this year.

By now on, JoJo is busy working the set's single "Too Little, Too Late" video. The beauty said she wanted to work with just one man to help bring her "Too Little" vision to life on the small screen and her choice goes to director Chris Robinson.

Meat Loaf Confirmed Special One-Off Show at Royal Albert Hall Concert

September 13, 2006 04:21:55 GMT

A confirmation has been released by Meat Loaf that he has been booked for a special one-off show at the Royal Albert Hall for October 16 later this year.

Besides performing for a three-act concert, the rock and roll singer will also showcasing material from all three "Bat out of Hell" albums. The final installment of the trilogy, tentatively titled "Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose", is set for an October 23rd release date.

Mario Vazquez Will be Releasing His Debut Album

September 12, 2006 08:00:28 GMT

Mario Vazquez, the fourth season American Idol participant who abruptly voted himself off of the competition after making it into the top 12, is going to release his solo album.

The man really is very serious about establishing a music career. Says he has no regrets about dropping out of the running, Mario in now bringing into life his self-work, an eponymous debut album which is slated to hit stores Sept 26.

Pop Star Christina Aguilera Will be Embarking UK Tour

September 12, 2006 07:04:37 GMT

With her new album "Back to Basics" just released, Christina Aguilera has announced details of concerts in Dublin and Belfast this winter.

In support of the new released set, the pop star will kick off the tour November 17 in Sheffield, England, followed by shows in cities such as Paris, Frankfurt, Vienna, Zurich, Manchester and two nights at London's Wembley Arena.

Welcome to the Universe of 30 Seconds to Mars

September 12, 2006 06:27:36 GMT

Alternative rock/progressive metal band 30 Seconds to Mars is preparing themselves to amuse their fans at their upcoming Welcome to the Universe Tour. The gig, slated to kick off October 17 near Minneapolis as part of the "MTV2 $2 Bill Presents" series, will "blow people's eyelids off", promised the band's frontman Jared Leto.

"We want to create a festival atmosphere. We plan on bringing an element of excitement and chaos and escape. We are going to do things that have never been done before, and we are making all kinds of plans and postulations about the possibilities. We have a lot of things happening, and it's very exciting." So Leto told MTV News.

Madonna's Concert in Moscow Is Going to be A Day Late

September 12, 2006 04:50:35 GMT

Has provoked protest at earlier stops of her "Confessions" tour in Italy, Germany and the Netherlands among others, Madonna in fact won't stop performing. The pop sensation even brings her upcoming performance to Russia, marking her first ever concert there.

Previously planned to hold her tour on September 11th, coincide with the 5th years admonition of the terror attacks, Madonna was forced to have her trek a day late after critics said it would be disrespectful to the victims of incident.

Cat Stevens to Release First Album in 28 Years

September 09, 2006 06:57:55 GMT

It's been 28 years that now his fans could finally welcome Cat Stevens back to the music industry. The singer-songwriter is about to release a pop-music album in November this year.

The upcoming music project, tentatively titled "An Other Cup", will be distributed by Atlantic Records in North America in a venture with Stevens' own label, 'Ya Records.' It will, moreover, mark the 40th anniversary of the folk singer's first record, "I Love My Dog."

The New Created Ray Charles Album

September 09, 2006 06:42:16 GMT

The late great musician Ray Charles will live forever, at least his music work. Considering his great attainment and contribution to the scene, Concord Records and Starbucks are teaming up to release "Ray Sings, Basie Swings".

The new set reportedly is a combination of Charles vocals backed by new arrangements from the legendary bandleader's orchestra Count Basie Band.

The Black Crowes Guitarist, Marc Ford, Called It Quit

September 09, 2006 05:58:15 GMT

Is it a bad luck or merely bad news? You decide. Hard rock jam band The Black Crowes lost two of its members. Last week, the group's keyboardist Eddie Hawrysch, who had played with the band since 1991, exited the band for "personal issues". And on Wednesday September 6th, just one day before the band set to kick of their massive fall tour, guitarist Marc Ford also called it quit.

On Ford's resignation, the man's spokesperson claims health issues as the reason the musician called it quits, saying "All the difficult work he has done to gain his longest period of sobriety ever was in jeopardy while touring." On the other hand, Crowes manager, Pete Angelus, claimed Ford's departure as less than amicable for the guitarist was "immediately terminating his agreement" with the Crowes without giving 12 weeks notice required by his contract.

Green Day Set to Record A Track with U2

September 09, 2006 04:03:03 GMT

Green Day and U2 both are having a music project together. Both bands are set to go into the studio to record a track on a cover of "The Saints Are Coming", a song which was originally released by the Scottish punk band The Skids.

Record producer Rick Rubin will join the bands to work on the track, which is expected to raise money for Music Rising, a charity seeking to benefit the musicians devastated by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.
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