Thursday, April 26, 2012

Justin Beiber preparing song about Mariah Yeater

Justin Bieber had two women in his life Selena Gomez and Mariah Yeater, a 20-year-old claiming the Biebs fathered her then 3-month-old son. While you might assume Bieber’s latest single, Boyfriend, is for the former, could he write anything for his delusional wannabe baby-mama.

At one tip, the adolescent singer said he was heading for plain up gossips with his forthcoming album Believe, and this weekend, he explained his previous report, stating he is script a song to Yeater.

And followed it with a clip from Borat. Later, he told the press: There's a song about that girl Mariah Yeater that said she was going to have my baby. There are songs about things I'm going through. I wrote songs about different situations.

So far, the singer has typically swayed out cheerful modern songs, but not anything along the lines of Justin Timberlake’s Cry Me a River. 

The Baby singer’s verse to Yeater might not emerge on Believe, but so far, he has 40 songs that he either wrote or co-wrote and now has to make a decision which ones will come out on the album. Out of those are teamwork with Taylor Swift, Kanye West, and Drake.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Taylor Swift playing a role of Joni Mitchell in “Girl Like Us”

Taylor Swift is planning to do another major movie role.

She decided after losing out on the character of Eponine in a big screen of Les Miserables. Swift may portray music legend Joni Mitchell in a forthcoming biographical movie reported by variety.

The movie is being produced by Sony Pictures and Di Bonaventura pictures and would be a version of Sheila Weller’s book “Girls like Us”. The role would also spot swift’s first theatrical twist, as she lately uttered a personality in The Lorax and came into view in Valentine,s Day.

The film will pursue just about the careers of Mitchell, Carly Simon and Carole King, with Alison Pill whispered for the last artist.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

The Hives coming back at cherished London show

The Hives are coming back with the spirit of performing new album on May 1st and this would be one of the most hum praiseworthy shows for the spring.

Prepared with a new album, a new philosophy and a new look, Howlin Pelle Almqvist, Nicholaus Arson, Chris Dangerous, Dr. Matt Destruction, and Vigilante Carlstroem have Changed suits for tuxedos and are firing on all cylinders.

Their high-spirited single 'Go Right Ahead' is out April 15th and sounds the alarm for The Hives return, with the main event taking place June 4th when highly anticipated fifth album 'Lex Hives' is released on their own label Disques Hives via Sony Music Entertainment.

Written and produced by The Hives, it's dripping with glam-rock sleaze, reinforced with garage-rock clout and is more than a return to form for Your New Favourite Band.