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29 Jan

Flo Rida – Low feat. T-Pain

Flo-Rida feat. T-Pain - Low

Shawty had them apple bottom jeans [jeans]
Boots with the fur [with the fur]
The whole club was lookin at her
She hit the flo [she hit the flo]
Next thing you know
Shawty got low low low low low low low low

Them baggy sweat pants
And the reeboks with the straps [with the straps]
She turned around and gave that big booty a smack [ayy]
She hit the flo [she hit the flo]
Next thing you know
Shawty got low low low low low low low low
Flo Rida Mr. Birthday Man
[verse 1:]
I ain’t never seen nuthin that’ll make me go,
This crazy all night spendin my dough
Had a million dollar vibe and a bottle to go
Dem birthday cakes, they stole the show
So sexual, she was flexible
Professional, drinkin x and ooo
Hold up wait a minute, do i see what i think i
Whoa
Did i think i seen shorty get low
Ain’t the same when it’s up that close
Make it rain, i’m makin it snow
Work the pole, i got the bank roll
Imma say that i prefer them no clothes
I’m into that, i love women exposed
She threw it back at me, i gave her more
Cash ain’t a problem, i know where it goes

She had them

[chorus:]
Apple bottom jeans [jeans]
Boots with the fur [with the fur]
The whole club was lookin at her
She hit the flo [she hit the flo]
Next thing you know
Shawty got low low low low low low low low

Them baggy sweat pants
And the reeboks with the straps [with the straps]
She turned around and gave that big booty a smack
[ayy]
She hit the flo [she hit the flo]
Next thing you know
Shawty got low low low low low low low low

[verse 2:]
Hey
Shawty what i gotta do to get you home
My jeans full of gwap
And they ready for shones
Cadillacs maybachs for the sexy grown
Patrone on the rocks that’ll make you moan

One stack (come on)
Two stacks (come on)
Three stacks (come on, now that’s three grand)
What you think i’m playin baby girl
I’m the man, i’ll bend the rubber bands

That’s what i told her, her legs on my shoulder
I knew it was ova, that henny and cola
Got me like a soldier
She ready for rover, i couldn’t control her
So lucky oo me, i was just like a clover
Shorty was hot like a toaster
Sorry but i had to fold her,
Like a pornography poster
She showed her

[chorus:]
Apple bottom jeans [jeans]
Boots with the fur [with the fur]
The whole club was lookin at her
She hit the flo [she hit the flo]
Next thing you know
Shawty got low low low low low low low low
Flo-Rida – Birthday
Them baggy sweat pants
And the reeboks with the straps [with the straps]
She turned around and gave that big booty a smack [ayy]
She hit the flo [she hit the flo]
Next thing you know
Shawty got low low low low low low low low

[verse 3:]
Whoa
Shawty
Yea she was worth the money
Lil mama took my cash,
And i ain’t want it back,
The way she bit that rag,
Got her them paper stacks,
Tattoo above her crack,
I had to handle that,

I was on it, sexy woman, let me shownin
They be want it two in the mornin
I’m zonin in them rosay bottles foamin
She wouldn’t stop, made it drop
Shorty did that pop and lock,
Had to break her off that gwap
Gah it was fly just like my glock

[chorus:]
Apple bottom jeans [jeans]
Boots with the fur [with the fur]
The whole club was lookin at her
She hit the flo [she hit the flo]
Next thing you know
Shawty got low low low low low low low low
Mr. Birthday Man
Them baggy sweat pants
And the reeboks with the straps [with the straps]
She turned around and gave that big booty a smack [ayy]
She hit the flo [she hit the flo]
Next thing you know
Shawty got low low low low low low low low

15 Jan

Kylie Minogue keeps mum on tour plans

KYLIE Minogue’s X2008 tour has been confirmed for Europe between May and August but, so far, the star has kept her local fans in limbo with no Australian dates confirmed.

“Hopefully the tour will come here. No doubt it will happen,” Minogue told the Herald Sun yesterday.

“I’m sure everyone’s wary of overloading me when I haven’t even gone into rehearsals yet.

“The last thing I would want to do is have people buy tickets and me not make it, like last time (Minogue’s 2005 Homecoming tour was postponed after she was diagnosed with breast cancer).

“That sounds dramatic but I just need to take it one step at a time. So far I think it’s fair.

“I’m going to some countries I’ve never been to before.”

The singer was scheduled to meet promoter Michael Gudinski in Sydney last night about a possible Australian leg for the tour.

Minogue albums will be in Germany for her 40th birthday on May 28 and her tour itinerary has kept the date free.

“I haven’t planned anything yet but I’m always last-minute with my birthdays,” she said.

“I do know I don’t want to stay in my hotel that night.”

The pending milestone has reignited rumours about plastic surgery.

“You’re damned if you do and you’re damned if you don’t,” Minogue said of the constant speculation about her looks.

“If you look terrible people say, ‘Oh my God, she looks horrible!’ If you look great people say, ‘Hmmmm, she looks too great’, so you might as well do what you want.”

After a holiday in Melbourne, Minogue embarked on a Sydney jaunt yesterday to promote her X album.

She made a visit to Sydney’s Children’s Hospital, which stretched to 2 1/2 hours.

Kids who hadn’t smiled in ages had a smile on their face as soon as they saw her,” a Minogue spokeswoman said.

Minogue’s year began with an OBE for services to music.

It was a total surprise, really amazing. My mum and dad were thrilled. The phone didn’t stop ringing,” she said.

Today she flies to LA to film back-to-back videos for her next two singles, Wow and In My Arms.

While in LA, Minogue will be honoured at the G’Day USA gala on January 19.

Grease fan Minogue’s award will be presented by John Travolta, while Olivia Newton-John will also sing.

I grew up with Grease — I’ve been waiting for this moment since I was eight years old,Minogue said.

Minogue Showgirl Homecoming Live enjoyed a low-key Christmas-New Year.

She stayed off the radar at her French Island retreat, before being spotted in Melbourne over the past week.

I was extremely boring,Minogue said.

“I went to all my regular haunts — Cafe E Cucina, Il Bacaro, Nobu and Rockpool.”

Minogue I Believe In You (Live In Australia, November 2006) was also a regular at the Greville St headquarters of designers J’Aton, who have made the dress she will wear at G’Day USA.

Her fansites were swamped with sightings in Prahran.

“That (dress) took three fittings, I was in Greville St a lot,” Minogue joked.

She also saw the exhibition of her friend Nick Cave at the Arts Centre.

But Minogue didn’t find time to examine the sculpture of her in Docklands.

I would like to see it. I do feel very honoured to have a statue in my hometown,” she said, adding she was surprised at its hands-in-the-air pose.

I’m not sure that’s one of my poses.

22 Nov

Alicia Keys Lands Fourth Consecutive #1 On Billboard Chart With As I Am

alicia keys mp3She’s released four albums over the course of her career, and all four have debuted at #1 on the Billboard top 200, including her most recent studio offering, As I Am, which first landed in record shops last week. What this all means, at least in sports terms, is that R&B songbird Alicia Keys has a perfect 4-for-4 record.

But a fourth #1 opening isn’t the only thing Keys is thankful for this week. With 742,400 copies sold, As I Am earns the distinction of being the singer’s best-performing debut. Her 2001 LP Songs in A Minor sold 235,800 copies to enter the top 200 at #1 while 2003’s The Diary of Alicia Keys scanned more than 618,300 copies; her 2005 Unplugged set sold close to 196,000 units. Plus, As I Am, according to the latest SoundScan totals, walked away with the chart’s peak position, with her closest competitor, Josh Groban’s Christmas-themed Nëel, trailing at #2 with sales reported at 223,000.
Keys’ newest was one of 24 new releases to enter next week’s chart, during what was a healthy week for album sales overall. During the previous week, the records comprising the top 200 sold a total of 4.2 million and change, while next week’s top 200 scanned close to 5.4 million, which can means the holiday shopping season is once again upon us.

Four albums, including As I Am, bowed in the top 10, including Celine Dion’s latest, Taking Chances, at #3 with 214,400 sold, and the 26th installment in the Now That’s What I Call Music! compilation franchise follows at #4, scanning around 208,000 units; this latest edition to the family features tracks by the likes of Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Kanye West, the Plain White T’s, Daughtry, Nickelback and more. Coming in at #7, with 136,400 copies snatched up, its Mothership, a two-disc compilation set chronicling the works of Led Zeppelin.
Meanwhile, the rest of the top 10’s saturated with some of music’s biggest names. Garth Brooks’ Ultimate Hits sits in the #5 position, with 203,600 in second-week scans, followed at #6 by the Eagles’ Long Road Out of Eden, selling another 197,500 copies. Jay-Z’s American Gangster drops seven spots to #8 on sales of 130,600; week-two sales of the album declined by nearly 70 percent. Carrie Underwood, fresh off her American Music Award wins, owns the #9 spot, selling 113,200 copies of her Carnival Ride, while Chris Brown’s Exclusive rounds things out at #10, with 109,600 scans.

Comedian Dane Cook’s latest, Rough Around the Edges: Live From Madison Square Garden, enters the chart at #11, with 90,200 copies flying off store shelves, while the Killers’ Sawdust comes in at #12, with 81,900 scans. George Strait’s 22 More Hits opens at #13 with 80,200 sold, and at #17 with sales of 63,000, it’s James Taylor’s new one, One Man Band. Boyz II Men return to the chart at #27 with Motown: A Journey Through Hitsville USA, an album that pays tribute to some of the legendary label’s classic tracks; the set sold 41,700 units. Trisha Yearwood’s Heaven, Heartache, and the Power of Love comes in at #30, selling 33,000 copies.

The Goo Goo Dolls’ Volume 1: Greatest Hits, which implies a second installment somewhere down the line, finishes at #33 with 32,600 sold, while Seal’s System follows at #35 with 30,200 scans. Duran Duran’s Red Carpet Massacre bows at #36 with sales reported at 28,800, and coming in at #54 with 20,400 sold is Aretha Franklin’s Jewels in the Crown: All-Star Duets With the Queen. Now That’s What I Call Party Hits!, a compilation featuring contributions from Shop Boyz, Mims, Kelis, Amerie, Nelly Furtado and more, enters at #60 with 17,800 sold, followed at #65 by the Hives’ Black and White Album, which scanned 17,200 copies.

T.H.U.G.S., an album of unreleased Bone Thugs-n-Harmony material, opens at #73 with 15,200 copies grabbed up, while David Gray’s Greatest Hits enters at #96, selling 10,400. Aventura’s K.O.B. Live comes in at #97 with sales of just over 10,300, with A.F.I.’s I Heard a Voice: Live from Long Beach Arena debuting at #133 with 7,400 scans. Meanwhile, the Dillinger Escape Plan’s Ire Works enters at #142, with 7,000 sold. Ska kings Streetlight Manifesto’s Somewhere in the Between opens at #154 with 6,300 scans, and finally, coming in at #173 with 5,500 sold, its Take Cover, a covers collection from American metallers Queensryche.

19 Nov

10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Smoke

Harmful effects that smoking causes to ourselves and others.

  1. Cigarettes can be the cause of 25 different diseases and 11 types of cancer.cancer

  2. There are over 4000 types of chemicals in cigarettes including gold and urine.

  3. Smoking puts you at a higher risk for heart attacks.

  4. For women smoking causes early menopause, fertility problems, miscarriage, and pregnancy problems.

  5. For men smoking causes an increased risk of penile cancer.

  6. Smoking thickens the blood putting smokers are more likely to get blood clots.

  7. It causes premature wrinkling of the skin.

  8. Pregnant women who smoke often give birth to underweight or malnourished infants.

  9. Cigarettes aren’t becoming any cheaper.

  10. 1 out of 5 deaths each year are related to cigarette smoking.

16 Nov

5 Food Rules to Break

Don’t let your diet–or stomach–be held captive by these nutrition myths…

It goes like this: A client looking to lead a healthier life hires me, a nutritionist, to help him improve his diet. I analyze what he’s been eating, factor in his food preferences, and together we create an eating plan that fits his lifestyle and goals. Soon after, he’s noticeably leaner and more energetic–a happy customer.

 That’s when the trouble starts. After a coworker asks him for the details of his diet, my client suddenly finds himself in a heated interrogation. Doesn’t your nutritionist know red meat causes cancer? And that potatoes cause diabetes? Shouldn’t he tell you to eat less salt, to prevent high blood pressure?

 The upshot: Myths just made my job a lot harder. That’s because nutrition misinformation fools men into being confused and frustrated in their quest to eat healthily, even if they’re already achieving great results. Thankfully, you’re about to be enlightened by science. Here are five food fallacies you can forget about for good.

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