Simpson is inviting fans to purchase a personalized version of her song "A Public Affair" by logging on to Yahoo! Music beginning July 18.
Despite her cracking marriage, Jessica Simpson is moving one step further heading for a better singing career. The pop babe is inviting fans to purchase a personalized version of her song "A Public Affair" by logging on to Yahoo! Music beginning July 18 or www.jessicasimpson.com and other music sites a week later.
This is the first time ever that music fans have been offered the innovative opportunity to put their own name into a customized pop song so that the lyrics are literally calling out their name. The idea, dubbed Custom Cuts, was created by Epic Records.
What to do? When fans arrive at Yahoo! Music (http://music.yahoo.com/jessicaforyou) or www.jessicasimpson.com, they have to make their choice from a list of over 500 names to immediately download a song that contains three personalized shout outs. If the person's name is very unique, songs will be delivered in approximately 1-3 weeks.
A sample of the customized cut can be heard on Simpson's MySpace page. The sample uses the name Tom, contains the lyrics "Hey Tom, I see you looking over here...Tom are you gonna keep looking or get up and talk to me?"