Items Tagged With Michelle Williams

Pop Kitty crawl the webKelly Rowland hooks up with French singer Nadiya on ‘No Future In The Past’ [That Grape Juice]

Is Madonna brining her ‘Sticky and Sweet Tour’ to Australia? [Yahoo News]

Another one bites the dust at Danity Kane [Aceshowbiz]

Kimberley and Nadine from Girls Aloud get touchy with Nintendo DS [AloudSound.net]

Michelle Williams
covers Rihanna’s ‘Don’t Stop The Music’ on Pepsi Smash [Neon Limelight]

Win a signed copy of Lady Gaga's debut album 'The Fame' [Enter now]

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Beyonce will unleash her crocs

Beyonce
will release her third solo album on November 18th (US). Two tracks from the as yet album - ‘If I Were A Boy’ and ‘Single Ladies’ - will be sent to radio on October 7th.

We are not sure who she’s kidding, but if she keeps screwing over her ex-band members, she can forget about that rumoured Destiny’s Child reunion. October 7th, is the same day Michelle Williams’ much pushed-back (and entirely leaked) album ‘Unexpected’ is set to be released. Nice move! Show them who the Queen B is.
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Remember that massive 2000 hit ‘Shackles (Praise You)’ by gospel duo Mary Mary? Well, they vanished into obscurity (gospel is hardly going to be mainstream, just ask Michelle Williams), but are now back to give it another shot. Praise the Lord, etc.
It’s nice to see them spread a positive message to a hip(ish) beat, but WAPS can’t see this song crossing-over to the pop charts the way ‘Shackles’ did.

Here they are anyway, Mary Mary with Get Up.

Mary Mary will release their 4th album ‘The Sound’ on October 14th.
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Let's have a look at the lovely video for the lovely song by what's-her-face from Destiny's Child.

Hallelujah! We do love her...

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Pop Kitty hearts youAccording to the Sun, Britney Spears is to release a new record before the end of the year [The Sun ]

Whitney Houston did well at the Cauldwell Children Legends Ball last night [The London Blog]

Debbie Harry recorded an electro song that makes her sound like everone else. Why, Debbie? [Bigstereo ]

Michelle Williams talks about her new album, video and some wedding. [That Grape Juice]

Girls Aloud failed to impress Times Online with their new tour [Times Online]. The Independent seem to love it though! [The Independent]

Some new tracks by Usher have appeared - Trading Places sort of sounds like Mariah Carey's Touch My Body [Honerable Media]

Excitement builds up around Weezer's new record 'The Red Album' [Stereogum]

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Michelle Williams showing off her new shoes
Michelle Williams and her new heels
After witnessing Freemasons breathe life into Kelly Rowland’s ‘Work’ and Beyonce’s entire ‘B’day’ project Beyonce / Shakira’s ‘Beautiful Liar’, Michelle Williams has wisely decided to release a record that simply starts life as a pop/dance bonanza. No fannying about with watered down R&B for her.


We’ll just ignore the two gospel albums shall we? *tumbleweed*

Yes! Praise the Lord! On third set ‘Unexpected’ (appropriate title etc) Williams has put down the Bible and embraced the dance floor.  Out go the sandals and in come the pink stilettos. But enough about WAPS LOL.

Lead single ‘We Break the Dawn’ is produced by Wayne Wilkins (Natasha Bedingfield, Delta Goodrem, Leona Lewis plus –EEK! – Nicole Sherzinger and Mutya Buena) and Andrew Frampton (Steps, Kylie and a billion others.)

‘We Break the Dawn’ is a melancholy yet funky call to arms in which Michelle could be singing about the end of a big night out, or the end of a relationship.  It bobs along on simple but effective synth lines and Michelle's restrained vocal. She could teach Kelly and Beyonce Castle a thing or two about quality tunes.

Just to be on the safe side they’ve given it a big old dance remix as well, so as not to frighten any passing homosexuals. But enough about WAPS LOL.

Also on Michelle's MySpace is a snippet of the StarGate produced 'Stop This Car'.

Listen to both tracks on Michelle’s MySpace page .

‘Unexpected’ is scheduled for August 12 2008 (US date).

» Michelle Williams on MySpace
» Michelle’s official website

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