Ashley's back with her new, ultra personal second album "Guilty Pleasure"

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Ashley's back with her new, ultra personal second album "Guilty Pleasure", featuring the single "It's Alright, It's OK." She created a special edition for her fans available to pre-order now! This exclusive package includes: a limited edition "Guilty Pleasure" CD with extra bonus tracks, a large glossy photo book with 3 full color double sided 11x17 posters of Ashley, and full lyrics for each song. It's only available to pre-order now! Start shopping and pre-order your copy of "Guilty Pleasure" here.

15 days until the US release of Ashley's new album Guilty Pleasure! Countdown with Ashley and download new music including her single "It's Alright, It's OK"!

Ashley's new album Guilty Pleasure is available on July 28th. Help celebrate the release by throwing your own party! We have FREE Ashley Party Packs complete with enough goodies for you and your friends!

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Mariah Carey Dresses Up as Eminem for New Music Video

Tuesday, June 30, 2009


Looks like Mariah Carey has gotten her revenge against Eminem.


Carey dressed up in drag as the rapper while filming her new music video "Obsessed" in New York City Monday.
The tune's lyrics include: "You're so lame....Ooh boy, why you so obsessed with me? Ohh finally found a girl that you couldn't impress/Last man on the earth/still couldn't get this."
Eminem rapped about Carey -- who he has said he briefly dated in 2001 -- in his song "Bagpipes From Baghdad."
"I want another crack at ya," Eminem's lyrics go. "Nick Cannon better back...up. I'm not playing, I want her back, you punk.'"

Slammed Carey's husband Nick Cannon then: "What type of grown...man lies about getting with a chick? Only Slim Lamey! LOL!"

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Jamie Foxx Dances the Moonwalk for Michael Jackson

Monday, June 29, 2009


Jamie Foxx paid tribute to the late Michael Jackson while hosting Sunday's BET Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

The show opened with a medley of Jackson 5 hits, including "ABC" and "The Love You Save," as images of Jackson as a child flashed on a screen.

Host Foxx then walked on stage dressed as an 80s era Jackson - complete with the gloves - as "Beat It" blared in the background. He then showed off some of Jackson's signature moves, including Jackson's infamous crotch-grabbing routine.

He then shouted for the audience to clap their hands. "C'mon," he yelled, "for Michael."
"We are here for the greatest. There's no need to be sad," he told the audience, which included Diddy, Alicia Keys and Kanye West, among others. "We want to celebrate this black man - he belongs to us - and we shared him with everybody else."

"It don't matter what he looked like ... what his nose looked like ... it was what he sounded like," he went on.
"Who was the best?" Foxx then asked the audience. The crowd shouted,"MIchael!"
Foxx recounted seeing Jackson in concert in 1983 at Texas Stadium.
"Mike comes out ... and grown white men fainted," said Foxx.
He then did the moonwalk across the stage to honor the singer, who died Thursday at the age of 50 after suffering cardiac arrest.
"I am going to moonwalk for Michael Jackson," Foxx told the crowd. As he worked his way across the stage, the audience went wild.

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All-Time Top Selling Albums of the Music world

This list, as of mid-2005, includes the top selling albums up through that date. In the age of digital downloading, it is even harder to track the numbers of sales that the record companies keep. If we find an accurate way to list newer sales, we'll list them here.
The numbers listed below are "educated estimates" and generally accepted by trivia experts.

01. 28 Million - EAGLES/THEIR GREATEST HITS 1971 - 1975 - EAGLES - ASYLUM
02. 27 Million - THRILLER - JACKSON, MICHAEL - EPIC
03. 23 Million - THE WALL - PINK FLOYD - COLUMBIA
04. 22 Million - LED ZEPPELIN IV - LED ZEPPELIN - ATLANTIC
05. 21 Million - BACK IN BLACK - AC/DC - EPIC
06. 21 Million - GREATEST HITS VOLUME I & VOLUME II - JOEL, BILLY - COLUMBIA
07. 20 Million - COME ON OVER - TWAIN, SHANIA - MERCURY NASHVILLE
08. 19 Million - THE BEATLES - BEATLES, THE - APPLE
09. 19 Million - RUMOURS - FLEETWOOD MAC - WARNER BROS.
10. 17 Million - BOSTON - BOSTON - EPIC
11. 17 Million - THE BODYGUARD (SOUNDTRACK) - HOUSTON, WHITNEY - ARISTA
12. 16 Million - THE BEATLES 1967 - 1970 - BEATLES, THE - APPLE
13. 16 Million - NO FENCES - BROOKS, GARTH - CAPITOL
14. 16 Million - HOTEL CALIFORNIA - EAGLES - ASYLUM
15. 16 Million - CRACKED REAR VIEW - HOOTIE & THE BLOWFISH - ATLANTIC
16. 16 Million - GREATEST HITS - JOHN, ELTON - MCA
17. 16 Million - JAGGED LITTLE PILL - MORISSETTE, ALANIS - MAVERICK
18. 15 Million - THE BEATLES 1962 - 1966 - BEATLES, THE - APPLE
19. 15 Million - SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER (SOUNDTRACK) - BEE GEES - RSO
20. 15 Million - DOUBLE LIVE - BROOKS, GARTH - CAPITOL NASHVILLE
21. 15 Million - APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION - GUNS 'N ROSES - GEFFEN
22. 15 Million - PHYSICAL GRAFFITI - LED ZEPPELIN - SWAN SONG
23. 15 Million - DARK SIDE OF THE MOON - PINK FLOYD - HARVEST
24. 15 Million - SUPERNATURAL - SANTANA - ARISTA
25. 15 Million - BORN IN THE U.S.A. - SPRINGSTEEN, BRUCE - COLUMBIA

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Michael Jackson : Thriller Music Video

Sunday, June 28, 2009

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Michael Jackson's music video: watch and enjoy!


Michael Jackson-Wanna Be Starting Something...Jackson's thriller..

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POP Superstar Michael Jackson Dies at 50

Friday, June 26, 2009


The death of Michael Jackson brings to a sudden end the life of a performer who captivated pop audiences with the Jackson 5 and matured into a performer of electric charisma and unprecedented crossover appeal, before living out his final years as a virtual recluse.

Born Aug. 29, 1958, in Gary, Ind., Jackson was the seventh of nine children born to Katherine and Joseph Jackson. Along with older siblings Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon, Jackson first rose to fame as the pint-sized lead singer of the Jackson 5. Formed in 1964 and signed to Motown in 1968, the group quickly scored four back-to-back No. 1 pop and R&B hits, beginning with its 1969 debut single, "I Want You Back." That was followed by "ABC,"
"The Love You Save" and "I'll Be There."
In late 2008, Jackson biographer Ian Halperin claimed the pop star suffers from Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, a potentially fatal genetic illness, as well as emphysema and gastrointestinal bleeding. Halperin also told various sources that Jackson could barely speak and was 95% blind in his left eye.

Jackson died June 25 after reportedly being found unconscious in his Bel Air, Calif., home. Paramedics rushed the 50-year-old icon to UCLA Medical Center, where he was declared dead. Jackson was in Los Angeles rehearsing for a 50-date run of concerts at London's O2 Arena that was to begin July 13.

Jackson and his representatives at the time vigorously denied these claims. In the run-up to his planned 2009 series of concerts in London, rumors surfaced that Jackson was suffering from skin cancer, a claim denied by the concert promoter AEG Live. "He's as healthy as he can be-no health problems whatsoever," AEG Live CEO Randy Phillips told CNN. Phillips also said Jackson had passed a stringent physical exam before signing a deal to perform the concerts.

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