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  1. Performance

    So, this means Like A Prayer is like a bonus material and not a part of the actual setlist? This could mean Who's That Girl is on the setlist. Or maybe Take A Bow. I don't care about it if there is no WTG. She should just include many performances as bonus stuff.
  2. If I was an animal, I'd be a dog If I was a dog, I would be a manIf I was a man, I'd be the presidentIf I was the president, I'd be different The lyrics are a mess, but it has a catchy melody. With good lyrics and some improvements, it could have been a great album song. A hit single too.
  3. The documentary is renamed to Grace Jones: Bloodlight And Bami. An album this year! A future biopic based on her memoirs!
  4. Pop culture icon Grace Jones is set to bare all in a new cinema verite-style documentary Grace Jones: Bloodlight And Bami, which is being launched in Cannes by WestEnd Films. “This is the first time people will see me in this way,” Jones told Screen this week from her home in Jamaica. “They will see a very candid portrayal. It is raw. It will be like seeing me almost naked.” “I’m very happy with the film,” she continues. “I didn’t feel like it was an invasion. It was a very smooth and comfortable process”. Sophie Fiennes’ (The Pervert’s Guide To Cinema) intimate portrait, more than five years in the making, explores the performance, private and public life of the former Vogue cover model and singer, also known for movie roles in Conan The Destroyer and A View To A Kill. The film includes unique performances of Jones’ hits such as Slave To The Rhythm and Pull Up To The Bumper, as well as the more recent autobiographical tracks Williams’ Bloods and Hurricane. In the movie, the songs will link to Jones’s family life (including a traumatic early period) via a holiday road trip across her homeland Jamaica. In Jamaican patois, ‘Bloodlight’ is the red light that illuminates when an artist is recording and ‘Bami’ means bread, the substance of daily life. Jones’s own creativity shows no signs of abating and she is currently in the process of finishing her next album, which she is aiming to release later this year. “That’s why I’m working in Jamaica,” she explains. “You need to take more control. I’m my own boss. I feel more creative than ever, in the business side of things too.” A feature biopic could also be on the horizon. “I’m working on a feature film based on my autobiography [I’ll Never Write My Memoirs],” Jones reveals. “There are a number of established movie companies interested in the rights.” http://www.screendaily.com/features/grace-jones-talks-new-doc-it-will-be-like-seeing-me-naked/5118190.article?blocktitle=LATEST-FILM-NEWS&contentID=40562
  5. Are they the worst? I don't know, but they are horrible. If this was Gaga, you all would drag her to the pits of hell. People dragged Joanne era for every detail, yet Katy's new era is worse than that (although I don't think Joanne era was bad). Katy is recycling her shit and many of you are eating it. Not a stan or a a hater, but I am very disappointed. This should have been a time when Katy shows a different side of herself. All she did was changing her hairstyle, while keeping basic music. Some songs have interesting lyrics, but the production is uninspiring and nothing new. Sorry Katy Cats.
  6. After announcing a brief hiatus from her electro-pop duo MS MR, the group's frontwoman revealed her new solo project under the moniker LPX. She released two songs so far.
  7. Music Video

    Lovely. Still annoyed by The Weeknd's vocals.
  8. Glory always does the trick. Or any basic album.