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Friday, October 12, 2012

Cowie 74H: Sexy Women on The Phone

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Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Times

Where they got the title of this video of “sucking Michael Jackson hot white”, I have no idea. Because this video has absolutely nothing to do with Michael Jackson. It is simply a beautiful brunette sitting on the stool on her cell phone from late 2008. In a tank top and skinny denim jeans. And she looks great, but the video is short, but what she get to see from her is pretty sexy. Again a beautiful baby-face brunette on her phone with beautiful legs and a nice butt in skinny denim jeans. I wish I knew the jeans brand, but a very attractive women. But this video has nothing to do with Michael Jackson. It is simply a very attractive women sitting on her stool pretending to be on the phone. "Sexy Brunette With a Call", or #Sexy Brunette Makes The Call",  or "Sexy Brunette on The Stool", all would have been accurate titles for this video. And people would have an easier time finding this video, because they would know what the hell they're looking for. Instead of searching Michael Jackson and never seeing this video even though his name is all over it.

Cowie 74H: Sexy Women on The Phone

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Janet Jackson Vevo: Janet Jackson Black Cat Official Video

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Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal

One of the best classic Rock songs I've ever heard, just listen to the guitar and it comes from a rhythm  and blues singer. Which might sound strange, but if you listen to lets say the rock band Aerosmith and how Joe Perry sounds on guitar and then listen to Chuck Berry, Ray Charles, Jimmi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and then listen to a Janet Jackson, or a Aretha Franklin, the Blues Brothers, the sounds are very similar. The beat is similar, but different enough that you know that it's two styles of music and not one style with two different names. I think it would have been a stretch for Janet to play and sing to country or classical music, but rhythm and blues and classic rock and perhaps even hard rock, are very similar. Which is one reason I love both and are really the only two sounds of music that I listen to at all. I'll listen to Aerosmith just to hear Joe Perry on guitar. And Aerosmith is a great classic rock band and they're more than just Joe Perry, but Perry alone by himself I believe is all you need to hear to know that they're a great band. Janet sounds like a great rocker chick here and I believe at least part of that has to do from going to r and b to classic rock.
Janet Jackson Vevo: Janet Jackson- Black Cat Official Video

Monday, October 8, 2012

Chrissy Ozioma: Janet Jackson- Black Cat Remix

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Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal

A great version and you really get to see Janet Jackson's versatility in her music adding classic rock to her rhythm and blues sound. Black Cat really is a classic rock if not hard rock sound that is performed by a rhythm and blues band. But where you also get Janet's performance and dance team. You generally don't see classic rock and hard rock bands with dancers and with vocalist dancing around on the stage and doing rehearsed dances. It's generally a lead vocalist singing on stage and moving around to some extent and moving with their bandmates, but you generally don't see them dancing around together. Blues rock is where you mix in classic rock like say something from Aerosmith and mix that in with rhythm and blues. Like something from Janet Jackson, to use as an example. The Dave Matthews band does that, Bruce Springsteen does this, Eric Clapton does this, Elvis Presley did that, Jim Morrison and The Doors did that combination. But with Black Cat you get a classic or hard rock song and sound played by r&b band with an r&B singer. And they did a great job with that.
Chrissy Ozioma: Janet Jackson- Black Cat Remix

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Geo Beats: Style Guide- Denim Faux Pas: Denim Jeans

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Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal

They picked the right if not perfect woman for this video. A tall curvy woman, who is very pretty, but the fact that she's tall and curvy for what they're talking about here is more important. If there's a group of women regardless of ethnicity or race that has the hardest time finding the right jeans for them it would be curvy women and probably especially tall curvy women. And I'm not talking about fat or obese women, but big-bone strong women who wear a larger size than the average woman obviously and because of that have a harder time finding clothes that look good on them, but also fit. And perhaps jeans whether they're denim like in this case, or leather jeans which are less common (at least in America) are the hardest pants for attractive women to find for themselves that again look good and highlight their curves. Which is perhaps the main reason for tight jeans. For women to showcase their legs and butts and if you're an attractive well-built curvy woman, you're going to want good jeans. Jeans that fit and showcase your curves.
Geo Beats: Style Guide- Denim Faux Pas: Denim Jeans

Janet Man: Janet Jackson- What Have You Done For Me Lately- Live

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Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal

"What have you done for me lately?" Another way of saying what have you done for me, period. Where have you been. It's one of those things that people say when someone who isn't very close with them suddenly appears out of nowhere and asks for help. And someone might say, "why should I even care and help you, where were you when I needed you, what have you done for me lately?" Janet Jackson is a very good communicator and app at using her music to communicate a broader message. Her 1989-90 album Rhythm Nation was about race relations in America and is a perfect example of that. This is not one of my favorite songs, but it's a great song in the sense that the message is clear. And is about someone perhaps in Janet's life who perhaps hasn't been there for her lately and perhaps that person was once close with her and what's she saying in this song about that person is essentially where have you been. And "What Have You Done For Me Lately" I believe is her way of delivering that message.
Janet Man: Janet Jackson- What Have You Done For Me Lately  

Harley Davidson: Jennifer Martin- The Motorcycle Experience: Choosing the Best Riding Boots

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