“Hard Out Here” by Lily Allen

I’m really loving this new song by Lily Allen.  I’ve never really noticed her before, but I’m going to have to pay closer attention.

The video is ratchet, slutty and just plan HIlarious.  She’s making fun of the people in hollywood like Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke.

I don’t really care for for Robin Thicke.  I love Miley Cyrus.  And now I’m loving Lily Allen.  Remember, “it’s hard out here for a bitch.”

“Chinese Food” by Alison Gold

From the same creator of “Friday” by Rebecca Black comes another one-hit wonder (hopefully not), “Chinese Friday” by newcomer Alison Gold.  Just like “Friday” was about fridays and every other day of the week, “Chinese Food” is about . . . you guessed it, chinese food.  Specifically, Gold’s love of chinese food.

I like chinese food as much as the next person, but if you ever hear me singing about chinese food ever, then either my food or my drink was spiked.

Like “Friday,” this is a HORRIBLE music video (if you want to call it “music”), but it’s funny to laugh at.  And, in case you forgot “Friday,” here it is:

Songs of the Week!

It may have been a while, but I still like my music. Here a few of the songs that I’ve been listening to non-stop for at least the past week. Enjoy!

Let’s Have a Kiki (2012)

Artist: Scissor Sisters
Album: “Magic Hour”
Genre: Alternative Rock/Dance-Rock/Dance-Pop/Disco/New Wave

Stupid Hoe (2011)

Artist: Nick Minaj
Album: “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded”
Genre: Electro Hop/Hip Hop/Pop

Take It Off (2010)

Artist: Ke$ha
Album: “Animal”
Genre: Dance-Pop/Electro Pop

Monster (2010)

Artist: Michael Jackson featuring 50 cent
Album: “Michael”
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B

Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) (1983)

Artist: Eurythmics
Album: “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)”
Genre: New Wave/Synthpop

Songs of the Week!

With school in progress, I love listening to music all the time. It’s a great way to relieve some stress during the week, and it’s a great way to take a break between classes (even if it’s just a 5 minute break between classes).

I hope you enjoy my choices for this week.  Have a great weekend, and have a fantastic school year!

I Did It for Love (2009)

Artist: BoA featuring Sean Garrett
Album: “BoA”
Genre: R&B/Electropop

Video Phone (2009)

Artist: Beyonce featuring Lady Gaga
Album: “I Am Sasha Fierce”
Genre: R&B

S&M (2011)

Artist: Rihanna
Album: “Loud”
Genre: Dance-Pop

Whistle (2012)

Artist: Flo Rida
Album: “Wild Ones”
Genre: Pop/Rap

Breathe (?)

Artist: Tryad
Album: “Listen”
Genre: Electronic

Songs of the Week

It’s that time of week again. Yes, it’s time to go back to school (*sigh*), but it’s also time for songs of the week. I hope you enjoy my music picks this week. Enjoy.

Where Have You Been? (2012)

Artist: Rihanna
Album: “Talk That Talk”
Genre: Dance-Pop/Techno

My Name is Skrillex (2010)

Artist: Skrillex
Album: “My Name is Skrillex”
Genre: Dance Rock/Dubstep/Electro House/Electro Rock/Trance

Ain’t No Other Man (2006)

Artist: Christina Aguilera
Album: “Back to Basics”
Genre: Funk/Pop/R&B/Soul

Cleanin’ Out My Closet (2002)

Artist: Eminem
Album: “The Eminem Show”
Genre: Hip Hop

Here We Go (1997)

Artist: N’Sync
Album: “*N’Sync”
Genre: Dance-Pop

Songs of the Week!

This is one of my favorite times of the week: Sharing some of my favorites songs with you guys. Enjoy!

Goin’ In (2012)

Artist: Jennifer Lopez featuring Flo Rida
From: The motion picture “Step Up Revolution”
Genre: Pop

Put Your Graffiti On Me (2012)

Artist: Kat Graham
Album: “Against the Wall”
Genre: Dance-Pop

I Look to You (2009)

Artist: Whitney Houston
Album: “I Look to You”
Genre: Gospel/Pop/R&B/Soul

Sweet Sacrifice (2007)

Artist: Evanescence
Album: “The Open Door”
Genre: Alternative Metal

Because of You (2005)

Artist: Kelly Clarkson
Album: “Breakaway”
Genre: Pop/Rock