Posts Tagged ‘mariah carey’

R. Kelly Watch: April 21st

In muzak, R. Kelly Watch on April 22, 2008 at 1:10 am

Mariah Carey was my first diva-crush. [Can one help it when one is 10 years old and witnessing her father can-can around gleefully to ‘All I Want for Christmas’? Nay, one cannot!]

When Robert “Real Talk” Kelly sang ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ in Space Jam, my eyes watered. [Okay, I cried. But only because I was so happy those Looney Toons beat the monsters! Also, the Bugs ‘n’ Daffy Rap!]

So, it’s no surprise that, to this day, public freakouts and peeing on minors aside, these two are very high ranking in my Pantheon of Pop.

So, when the Party Pit’s Jenny Z. suggested the idea of a Mariah/R. duet [in the wake of Mariah’s new MAMAMAZING single Touch My Body] my first knee-jerk instinct was to do what every self-respecting social activist does: Start a Facebook Group!! I know that only 66 other Facebook users besides me currently feel as passionately as I about a collaboration between these two Masters of Pop and the Postmodern Condition [manifesto forthcoming!!], but given that the two considered a duet for Emancipation of Mimi, I have mustered up the little optimism for the world that I have left and channeled it in hopes of hearing the two, together at last.

Well, this is not a duet, but it still brought tears to my eyes. Please enjoy responsibly. Or, irresponsibly.

[Mariah Carey featuring R. Kelly – Touch My Body (Remix)]

[RELATED: R’s Upcoming Single KISS YOUR CANDY. In a word, Majestic.]

This concludes the April 21st Edition of R. Kelly Watch.


Eternal Youth Post-February Blues Round-Up

In round-ups on March 4, 2008 at 4:26 am

I have a manifesto or two in the works but since I’m PMSing I’m refraining from anything substantive, although I’d be more than happy to discuss primary dysmenorrhea at a later date [such topics as: do I need this or what?], but I am happy to, in brief, gossip-style round-up, tell you some things that have been catching my fancy. After you click ‘Continue Reading>>’:

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