I’ve never heard of Jessie Malakouti but apparently she’s the next Princess of Pop. She sounds a bit like Gwen Stefani and Britney Spears but carries that Lady Gaga-swag syndrome.
“Push it” is Jessie Malakouti’s debut single off her Jessie & The ToyBoys campaign.
This song is too catchy. “Oh, oh, oh oh, oooh. Oh, oh, oh oh, oooh. P-p-p-push it.”
Oh, sorry. Here’s the vid:
Jeffco once warned me Dearsonginmyhead would turn into an Eliza Doolittle obsessed blog. This is another wonderful video to add to the theory. First off, I think everyone can agree she has amazing vocals. She does a cover for one of my all time favorite songs.. What else can I say? She’s ELIZA DOOLITTLE.
2011, The Year of the Squarians, can’t get much closer. The Kid With the Green Backpack coming third quarter, err, maybe next year, finally?
In all seriousness, XV and Seven have collaborated to produce some great songs together. The’yre almost on that Chiddy-and-Xaphoon Jones level of Awesomeness. I’d like to know who would win in a tag-team match between XV and Seven, and Chiddy and Xaphoon.
XV- 2015 (produced by Seven)
This is exactly what you’d expect from the Boston-based indie group: soulful, and danceable music.
I just don’t know what happened with the rest of the song. As soon as this song gets going, it just ends. Such a tease.
It’s been a while since i’ve posted anything on here. Merry belated Christmas?
Andrew Belle may have released his debut full-length album, The Ladder, back in February but it’s times like these that make it more enjoyable.
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The interweb doesn’t have room for another Top Albums of the Year list, so we did the next best thing and created a poll for our readers to decide. Feeling like your choice for the top album is left out? Leave a comment to let us know which is your top album of 2010. [polldaddy poll=4284742]
J. Cole. That is all.
I’ve been wanting to post this song for a while now (about 2-3 days in blog-talk). From Teen Daze:
I really came to fall in love with the whole lo-fi pop scene this summer, and I wanted to see what I could come up with. After writing “Let’s Fall Asleep Together”, the last three just sort of happened in the span of a few days.
I know that it’s starting to get cold, and that carefree love songs about beach life may seem out of context, but I hope that you guys can look