Monday, September 30, 2013

WHAT AN AMAZING VOICE!! Get into Alice Russell

Alice Russell (born 1 March 1975, Suffolk, England) is a British soul singer. She is the daughter of an organist, and grew up in Framlingham, Suffolk. At the age of nine, following in her father and sisters' musical footsteps, Russell began taking lessons on the cello, and sang in choirs, before attending studying art and music in Brighton from 1994.
As well as the classical influences of her father, and formal music lessons, Russell began finding influence in Gospel music and soul artists such as Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin from an early age which played a big part in the shaping of her style. Artists including Minnie Ripperton, Eva Cassidy, Chaka Khan and Jill Scott are listed by Alice Russell as influences.

Friday, September 27, 2013

WTF?- The @KanyeWest VS @JimmyKimmel Twitter Feud

Sunday, September 8, 2013

MVP, most voluptuous player - Football Player STEVEN RHODES

"Rhodes — a 24-year-old freshman who was initially denied eligibility by the NCAA — does not even have cable TV. But he needed no help interpreting the smile across his coach's face at practice Monday afternoon.
"Coach (Rick Stockstill) was smiling real big. I was ecstatic when he told me. I'm going to play now," said Rhodes, who was granted his immediate eligibility by an NCAA ruling."

Blue Raiders coach Rick Stockstill said that Rhodes will have an opportunity to have an impact on the team in 2013, particularly on the special teams unit.
Middle Tennessee, now a member of Conference USA, opens the 2013 season on Thursday, Aug. 29 against Western Carolina.



Check him out in this 

Target TV Commercial called 'Phillip Lim'

Growing up in Philadelphia, PA, Jarret Janako wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to do with his life. That all changed once he was introduced to the stage and the play “Aladdin,” in which he played the role of Jafar. He was only 14 years old. Just two years later Janako received his first paid gig in an off-broadway show. He was hooked for sure.

A modeling career began shortly thereafter; however, his ‘baby fat’ limited him to print media. With his competitive spirit, Janako worked hard to compete with the ‘big boys’ on the runway, so he focused on the physical appearance. He worked out diligently (he play high school and some college football) and attended modeling school. By age 18, Janako stood 6’1”, the baby fat was no longer an issue, and he was walking the runway for NY Fashion Week and booking shows consistently.

Eventually, Janako would take voice lessons (he can carry a tune quite well) and learn to dance (the man has smooth moves!), but acting is clearly his passion as it's evident in the demand for his skills in most mediums. Some of Janako's television credits include: Forensic Files (TruTV), The Game (BET), Law & Order: SVU (NBC), Gossip Girl, and The Wire (HBO). Some of his films include HBO’s Spitting in the Window; ABC’s FAMS; and BET’s Harlem Renaissance Fab 5. “Fences,” "What Would Jesus Do?", “For Black Boys,” “La Familia,” and The Dutchman” are among the many stage productions in which he’s performed. And he is featured in Beyonce’s “Best Thing I Never Had” and Co Star of Monica’s “Until Its Gone” music videos, as well as numerous commercials 


Tuesday, September 3, 2013