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VIDEO: Jordin Sparks – “Right Here Right Now”


Right Here Right Now” is the second single from American singer Jordin Sparks‘ upcoming third studio album of the same name, Right Here, Right Now.

The music video premiered on Jordin Sparks’ official YouTube VEVO channel on July 9th 2015.

The track was written by James Fauntleroy and produced by Dem Jointz.

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Jordin Sparks performs “I Am Woman” Live on American Idol

Jordin Sparks appeared on the results show of American Idol last week here is her performance of her first single, “I Am Woman” the first promotional single from American recording artist Jordin Sparks‘ upcoming third studio album.

She performed the single Live with backing vocals, on American Idol the week of May 13th.

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Jordin Sparks – I Am Woman

I Am Woman” is the first promotional single from American recording artist Jordin Sparks‘ upcoming third studio album. The up-tempo song was written by Ali Pierre Gaschani, Dean Josiah and Ryan Tedder, who also produced the track.

The song’s lyrics contain a message towards female empowerment, which talks about different aspects of the lives of women.

“I Am Woman” received a positive reception from most music critics, who complimented its differences with any of Sparks’ previous singles, as well as noting its similarities to the sounds of American R&B singer Beyoncé. “I Am Woman” premiered online via AOL Music on May 5, 2011, and was later officially released in the United States on May 10, 2011.

In May 2011, Sparks said in an interview with AOL Music that she was still on the look out for an “amazing director” to shoot the video. She also added that she would also be focussing on the choreography for the song.

On May 12, 2011, Sparks performed “I Am Woman” on the American Idol top 4 results show.

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Singles & Albums in Stores April 12th 2011

New albums in stores from Jessie J – Who You are, Mya – K.I.S.S., and Mack & Malone – Money Music. New singles from Kelly Rowland feat. Lil’ Wayne – Motivation, Rihanna feat. Britney Spears – S&M (Remix), NKOTBSB – Don’t Turn Out The Lights, Wolfgang Garner feat. – Forever, New Boyz – Crush On You and many others.

Jessie J who has blown up around the world in the musical way of “Price Tag” featuring B.o.B and soon to be the international “bigger than bigger” pop singer and the next it girl to be.

Also, Mya’s gone the way of releasing, not to target her only real audience (U.S.) but to release an album via the way Sean Garrett and others have done in the past: Japan! Yes – that must sell! And if that’s not bad enough, to ensure it will definitely flop. You can even get your dose of (extra) radiation straight out of the area’s only release. Congratulations labels, let’s be sure this album doesn’t bring a great American studio album forth!

If you enjoy any of these albums or singles be sure to purchase them to support the albums/artists and labels (unfortunately), because they keep bringing us hit after hit. Appreciate it, accept it – pay for it.

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Singles & Albums in Stores – Week of July 21st

Singles and Albums in Stores” for the Week of July 21st 2009. Featuring new singles from Mary J. Blige, featuring Drake “The One”, Lil Jon featuring Swizz Beatz & Snoop Dogg “I Do”, Casely featuring David Rush “Burn It Up”, C-Ride featuring T-Pain “Money Round Here”, Mista Mac feat. Flo Rida, Brisco & Ball Greezy “Drop That”, Lil Ru “Yeah, Dat’s Money”, Killer Mike featuring Big Kuntry King “Imma Fool Wit It”, N.O.R.E. featuring Jim Jones & Nina Sky “Move”, Beyonce “Ego/Sweet Dreams” (Remixes), Mariah Carey “Obsessed” Remix, and LMFAO “I’m In Your City Trick”. Featuring new albums from Jordin Sparks, Brooke Hogan, and Trife Diesel.

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Jordin Sparks – “Battlefield” Music Video


Battlefield” is a song from American R&B/pop singer-songwriter Jordin Sparks. It serves as the lead single from Sparks’ second studio album, Battlefield, which is due July 21, 2009.

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Jordin Sparks performs “Battlefield” Live on American Idol

Jordin Sparks performed her power pop balled “Battlefield” on Wednesday on American Idol. The girl blew it up, and she killed it! If you weren’t a fan already of this amazing song, she definitely sold it with this performance. Great runs and vocals on Jordin’s part.

The performance features producer/songwriter Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic on the piano.

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Jordin Sparks – Battlefield


Battlefield is the lead single from Grammy-nominated American Pop artist Jordin Sparks‘ sophomore studio album, which is due July 14, 2009.

The mid-tempo R&B track was written and produced by Grammy nominated producer/songwriter and One Republic frontman Ryan Tedder, whose long list of accolades includes hits for fellow American Idol Kelly Clarkson, Beyoncé, Leona Lewis, Timbaland, Jennifer Hudson and Rihanna. Wayne Wilkins, Louis Biancaniello and Sam Watters also co-wrote the song.

Jordin is set to perform “Battlefield” on American Idol Top 3 Result Show on May 13, 2009.

Lyrics for Jordin Sparks – Battlefield

Don’t try to explain your mind
I know what’s happening here
One minute it’s love
And suddenly it’s like a battle-field

One word turns into a
Why is it the smallest things that tear us down
My world’s nothing when you don’t
I’m not here without a shield
Can’t go back now

Both hands tied behind my back with nothing
Oh no, these times when we climb so fast to fall again
Why we gotta fall for it now
I never meant to start a war
You know I never wanna hurt you
Don’t even know what we’re fighting for

(Continue reading Lyrics for Jordin Sparks – Battlefield)

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The Hype Factor in 2009, New upcoming Album Releases – Timbaland, Ciara, Missy Elliott, The-Dream, Kelly Clarkson, Keri Hilson and many more!

Fantasy Ride / Ciara

Fantasy Ride is the upcoming third studio album by American R&B/pop singer Ciara. LaFace Records, in collaboration with Zomba Label Group and Sony Music Entertainment will release the album in early 2009. Originally, Fantasy Ride was set to be released December 9, 2008.

A promo single, “Go Girl“, which features T-Pain, was released September 30, 2008. The lead single, “Never, Ever“, which features Young Jeezy, is scheduled to be released on January 5, 2009.

Ciara confirmed that the album includes appearances by Young Jeezy, T-Pain, Ludacris, and Missy Elliott.

Meaning, they’re acting like Go Girl never existed. Basically, if you haven’t seen the album art yet or know anything about how it’s being released – it’s going to be just like Beyonce’s I Am… Sasha Fierce, (but instead of two discs, it will include three.) Except, Ciara is known as “Super C” who is a character Ciara becomes when she performs onstage and in her music videos. (Anyway.. sound familiar?)


Fantasy Ride is scheduled to be released as an eclectic three-disc album, with five or six stylistically similar songs per disc. The first disc, entitled Groove City, features slow jams similar to Ciara’s Evolution single, “Promise”. The second disc, Crunktown, includes crunk-influenced tracks reminiscent of “Goodies”. The third disc, Kingdom of Dance, has up-tempo house and freestyle cuts.

superc_artworkSuper C

Fantasy Ride introduces Ciara’s alter-ego Super C. Ciara said Super C is a character she becomes when she performs onstage and in her music videos. Super C is used in Fantasy Ride promotional photos. She is a futuristic superhero-esque Ciara, based on the robotic character Ciara portrayed in the “Go Girl” music video.

DC Comics artist Bernard Chang helped Ciara create the alter-ego for the album artwork. Ciara said she worked on the artwork about nine months to a year.

Confirmed tracks

  • Go Girl(featuring and produced by T-Pain)
  • Never, Ever(featuring Young Jeezy) (produced by Polow da Don)

Recorded Tracks

  • “High Price” (featuring Ludacris) (co-produced by Tricky Stewart & The-Dream)
  • “Work” (produced by Danja)
  • “Echo” (co-produced by Danja and The Clutch)
  • “Dream”
  • “Pride” (produced by Polow da Don)
  • “When I” (produced by Champ Champ)
  • “Supernatural” (co-produced by Chuck Harmony & Ne-Yo)
  • “Fantasy Ride” (produced by Tricky Stewart)

Block Party / Missy Elliott

“Block Party” is the seventh studio album by American rapper-songwriter Missy Elliott, scheduled to be released February 10th 2009 in the United States. It will feature production by Timbaland, Pharrell Williams, Danja, Swizz Beatz, T-Pain, and The Arkitects.

On January 9, 2008, Elliott’s official website announced the release of “Ching-a-Ling” as lead single for soundtrack of Step Up 2 the Streets, also confirming that the track will feature on the upcoming studio album. Another song called “Shake your Pom-Pom” was included in the soundtrack and will appear on “Block Party” again. In June 2008, a song called “Best Best” leaked on the internet and was said to be the lead single of “Block Party”. After months without information or promotion, they canceled their plans to make “Best Best” a single and wanted to choose another unknown song to be the lead single. “Best Best” will also appear on “Block Party”.

  • “Act a Fool” (produced by Soul Diggaz)
  • “All for You” (produced by Soul Diggaz)
  • Best, Best(produced by Danja)
  • Ching-a-Ling(produced by The Arkitects)
  • “Hip-Hop Don’t Die” (produced by T. Gooch)
  • “Like When You Play the Music” (featuring Jazmine Sullivan) (produced by Timbaland)
  • “Love” (produced by Timbaland)
  • “Milk & Cookies” (produced by Point Guard)
  • Shake Your Pom Pom(produced by Timbaland)

At the moment Amazon lists the album release date as February 10th, 2009.

Shock Value: Volume 2 / Timbaland

Have you wondered what happened to Timbaland? Well, he’s just been brewing up Shock Value: Volume 2. I’m sure you remember how hot his first Shock Value was that included the hits “Way I Are” featuring Keri Hilson and D.O.E.

Meltdown” is a song by Timbaland, and it features Gwen Stefani and Justin Timberlake. It will be the first single off his third studio album Shock Value: Volume 2.

Other tracks to be included on his upcoming Shock Value: Volume 2:

  • “Meltdown” (feat. Gwen Stefani & Justin Timberlake)
  • “That’s The Way” (feat. Keri Hilson & Usher)
  • “Til I Say So” (feat. Akon)
  • “Act Right” (feat. T-Pain & Tim Dog)
  • “Dumb” (feat. Jonas Brothers)
  • “Still Standing” (feat. Linkin Park)
  • “Across The Sky” (feat. Justin Timberlake & Madonna)
  • “Rain” (feat. Jordin Sparks)
  • “Don’t Hurt ‘Em” (feat. T.I.)
  • “Underground” (feat. Rihanna)
  • “Why U Still Callin” (feat. Keri Hilson & Sebastian)
  • “Click Clack” (feat. Dr.Dre & Missy Elliot)
  • “Talk” (feat. T-Pain & Missy Elliot)
  • “Cruel” (feat. Coolio)
  • “Head 2 Toe” (feat. Jay-Z)
  • “Aruba” (feat. Sebastian)
  • “From Dusk Til Dawn” (feat. Tim Dog, Flo Rida & Attitude)
  • “Pick Up” (feat. Magoo)
  • “Baby” (feat. Keri Hilson)
  • “Love Song” (feat. Justin Timberlake)

Wow, it’s like a Guitar Hero songlist for the ears. Timbaland + all of these artists = awesomeness. Who can’t agree, you know this is going to be excellent and will once again change what we think about music. Shock Value: Volume 2 drops February 14th 2009.

Timbaland described the album to be like a “Now That’s What I Call Music!” compilation and that “It’ll be hot for the world,” he boasted of the 2007 album. “I really do focus groups. I get reports, readouts. I’m not gonna talk about it. If you ask for documentation, I got it. I’m a businessman and at the same time a CEO. But I looked at the charts: Africa? Double platinum. Ireland? Double platinum. New Zealand? Triple platinum. London? Platinum. London is the hardest place to go platinum. France? Platinum. They don’t like nobody unless you French, but they like me.”

“Talk That”, a track featuring T-Pain leaked in fall 2008; Timbaland said that it may not appear on the album “’cause it’s so much of a smash”, but claimed to have recorded several records with T-Pain which he describes as “retarded,” and also commented that “If you would’ve come to my wedding, you would have heard the records. At my reception, everybody was going crazy. It’s phenomenal! Everybody is like, ‘You rapping like that?’ I’ve been doing that. It’s nothing for me.”

Love vs. Money / The-Dream

Love vs. Money is the sophomore album from singer-songwriter and producer, The-Dream. The album is scheduled to be released on February 17th 2009 via Def Jam Recordings and The-Dream’s Radio Killa imprint.


In regards to his new album, The-Dream stated:

  • This album’s gonna be the same thing – a little more beefed up, I’m just gonna give you more. Every album I’m just gonna try to give you more of me, and what I think about certain things… This album is just gonna be the first album on crack, basically.
  • “My Love” (featuring Mariah Carey)
  • “You Ain’t Shit”
  • Let Me See the Booty(co-produced by Lil Jon)
  • “Fancy”
  • “Right Side of My Brain”
  • “Make Love to Me”
  • “Kelly’s 12 Play”
  • Rockin’ That Thang

A few others to be on the lookout for will be Chris Brown‘s Grafitti, Rihanna‘s upcoming fourth studio album: On 24th December 2008 in the United Kingdom during an interview with RWD Rihanna stated that she would be back in the recording studio in early 2009 working on her fourth studio album. She also confirmed that the album would definitely be released in 2009. Not much is known about either besides they’ll be out sometime in 2009.

Yet another Plies album will be released, titled “REALer Than Usual” sometime in April along with a new Usher Untitled. Another Theater of the Mind 2 from Ludacris and they’re still trying to push out Her Name Is Nicole… from Nicole Scherzinger (of Pussycat Dolls), how much longer do you think until THAT’S released?

Albums I’ll be on the lookout for, if they’re decent quality albums – this is definitely what’s going to be posted. As always this isn’t limited to all I’ll post, but also what you should be on the lookout for also.


January 13

January 27


February 3

February 10

February 14

February 17

February 24

Unspecified Date


March 10

March 17

March 24

March 30


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  • REALer Than Usual by Plies

1st quarter

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Promo Only: Rhythm Radio December 2008

rr12081. Mad – Ne-Yo
2. I Stay In Love – Mariah Carey
3. Permanent Monday – Jordin Sparks
4. Heartless – Kanye West
5. I’m So Paid – Akon f./Lil Wayne
6. Just Like Me – Jamie Foxx f./T.I.
7. Numba 1 (Tide Is High) – Kardinal Offishall f./Keri Hilson
8. Break Ya Ankles – E-40 f./Shawty Lo
9. One More Drink – Ludacris f./T-Pain
10. Drink In My Cup – Electrik Red
11. Come Over – Estelle f./Sean Paul
12. One And Only – Nelly
13. Crazy World – Young Jeezy
14. I Hate This Part – The Pussycat Dolls
15. Beep – Bobby Valentino f./Yung Joc
16. Just Dance – Lady Gaga f./Colby O’Donis
17. Let Me Come Back – Lil Rob
18. By My Side – Jadakiss & Ne-Yo
19. Stunned Out – Paula DeAnda f./Yung Joc
20. Universal Mind Control (UMC) – Common



Promo Only: Dance Radio October 2008

1. Feel Your Love – Kim Sozzi
2. Reach Out (Richard “Humpty” Vission Remix Edit) – Hilary Duff
3. The Greatest (Jason Nevins Radio Edit) – Michelle Williams
4. Energy (Wideboys Radio Edit) – Keri Hilson
5. Crush (Jason Nevins Radio Edit) – David Archuleta
6. Need In Me (Whelan & DiScala Radio Edit) – Danny Dove & Steve Smart f./Amanda Wilson
7. Underlying Feeling (Adam K & Soha Radio Mix) – Sylvia Tosun
8. Green Light (Karmatronic Radio Edit) – John Legend f./Andre 3000
9. I Want It (7th Heaven Radio Edit) – Chanelle Hayes
10. Worked Up! (Love To Infinity’s UK Radio Edit) – Brian Anthony
11. Angel On My Shoulder (EDX Radio Edit) – Kaskade
12. By Your Side – Yves Larock
13. I Will Wait (Giuseppe D Radio Mix) – Kristy Kay
14. Possession – Savanna Samson
15. Breathe Life – Liquid Nation f./Andrea Britton
16. The One – Sharam f./Daniel Bedingfield
17. Just Another Day (Dave Aude Radio Mix) – Tiffany
18. Hot N Cold (Jason Nevins Radio Edit) – Katy Perry
19. And I Try – Bimbo Jones
20. One Step At A Time (Jason Nevins Radio Edit) – Jordin Sparks
21. Let Me Touch Your Button (E Smoove Radio Edit) – Wyclef Jean f./Will.I.Am & Melissa Jimenez


Music Videos Videos

Jordin Sparks – ‘Tattoo’ UK Music Video Premiere

Tattoo” is the first single from Jordin Sparks debut album, and as you know did great on the radios in the US. She is now releasing it in the UK with a new video for the re-release of her song. This version, however, is a lot better than the original. What do you think?


Promo Only: Rhythm Radio July 2008

1. One Step At A Time – Jordin Sparks
2. Moving Mountains – Usher
3. Girls Around The World – Lloyd f./Lil Wayne
4. Disturbia – Rihanna
5. A Milli – Lil Wayne
6. No Matter What – T.I.
7. Get Silly – V.I.C. f./Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em
8. Gifts – Ray J
9. Got Money – Lil Wayne f./T-Pain
10. You Know Me – 2 Pistols f./Ray J
11. Put On – Young Jeezy f/ Kanye West
12. The Business – Yung Berg f./Casha
13. Cry – LL Cool J f./Lil Mo
14. Everyone Nose (All The Girls Standing In The Line For The Bathroom) – N.E.R.D.
15. Beam Me Up – Tay Dizm f./T-Pain & Rick Ross
16. Heaven Sent – Keyshia Cole
17. When I Grow Up – Pussycat Dolls
18. Out Here Grinding – DJ Khaled f./Akon, Rick Ross, Plies, Trick Daddy, Lil’ Boosie, Ace Hood, & Lil’ Wayne
19. I’m Tore Up – Dolla
20. Move Shake Drop – DJ Laz f./Flo Rida, Casely & Pitbull