Monthly Archives: February 2010
Kim Zolciak, Atlanta’s answer to Dannii Minogue, revealed the name of one of her new songs at a recent Fort Lauderdale nightclub appearance (see the video below). She alluded to the song being released as a follow up to her groundbreaking iTunes Top 10 dance hit, Tardy for the Party.
The title of her new song? The Ring Didn’t Mean a Thing
I like how it not only rhymes, but also references her fallout with Big Poppa.
A cover for the remixes of Charice‘s debut single, Pyramid has finally emerged:
You see their designs all over her videos, technology and fashion. Yes, the Haus of GaGa (as the Lady herself calls them) is the behind-the-scenes creative force driving two-time Grammy winner, Lady GaGa.
But who exactly are they?
Based on Andy Warhol’s Factory, GaGa has explained that the Haus isn’t a “commodity”-like marketing concept to be spawned off commercially, but rather a personal, close-knit design collective made up of young talent. So don’t expect Haus-branded fashion lines and merchandise anytime soon!
They make everything from her dresses and LCD-sunglasses to the visual material used in her performances.
It’s a new month and that means a new “Regular” featured player on this blog.
The February Regular is…
Pop music producer and 2010 Grammy winner, RedOne!
One of Lady GaGa‘s most notable collaborators (A Red Oneee), Red One has also produced for artists like Kat DeLuna (Whine Up), Sean Kingston (Fire Burning) and Alexandra Burke (Broken Heels). He has collaborated with Livvi Franc, Usher and Kylie Minogue for their upcoming new albums.