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Katy Perry – Hot N Cold

Posted in Single Reviews with tags , , , , , , , , on September 24, 2008 by kv

Well, Katy Perry certainly enjoyed kissing the girls when her first single “I Kissed A Girl” topped almost all the charts around the world. Her exquisite music taste is even getting better as she releases her third official single titled “Hot ‘N Cold” still off from her debut album “One Of the Boys”. 

For those who are tired of hearing “IKAG”, “Hot ‘N Cold” promises to deliver us with another electro-pop song that’ll make sure it makes its way to radios and your iPods / music players. The song is written by Katy Perry, Dr.Luke and Max Martin. It’s lyrics are quite a bit cheeky for the second time around for Katy. “You PMS like a Bitch” is a little bit remarkable. Agree?

Even way before the song is released, it already managed to gain sales due to her album “One Of The Boys” on iTunes and other music stores. It is currently on its way to the US top 10 with a current #12 spot. Will “Hot N Cold” equal the success of I Kissed a Girl? or will it even have much larger success than IKAG? 

RELEASED: September 9 (US), September 10 (AUS), October 6, 2008 (UK)



1. Hot N Cold

video will be posted soon as it to be available.


UK Charts: 14.09.2008

Posted in music news with tags , , , , , , , on September 15, 2008 by kv

US four-piece band KINGS of LEON ended Katy Perry’s 5-week reign with their brand new single “Sex on Fire” which ousted Perry’s “I Kissed A Girl” and landed at #2.

Cliff Richard, bidding to become the only artist to top the chart in six consecutive decades, has to settle for the number three spot with ‘Thank You For A Lifetime’.

Miley Cyrus climbs to 11 from 14 with “See You Again” and Gym Class Heroes ascends to 12 with “Cookie Jar”.

Meanwhile, in the Albums Chart, Metallica rises to top on the UK Albums Chart with their “Death Magnetic” album while Scottish rock band Glasvegas enters at #2 with their self-titled debut album. Last week’s #1 The Verve falls to #4 with their second #1 album in the UK “Forth”.


1. (-) Kings Of Leon: ‘Sex On Fire’
2. (1) Katy Perry: ‘I Kissed A Girl’
3. (-) Cliff Richard: ‘Thank You For A Lifetime’
4. (3) Pussycat Dolls: ‘When I Grow Up’
5. (4) Rihanna: ‘Disturbia’
6. (2) Eric Prydz: ‘Pjanoo’
7. (5) The Script: ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’
8. (6) Madcon: ‘Beggin’
9. (7) Kid Rock: ‘All Summer Long’
10. (8) Biffy Clyro: ‘Mountains’


1. (-) Metallica: ‘Death Magnetic’
2. (-) Glasvegas: ‘Glasvegas’
3. (5) Rihanna: ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’
4. (1) The Verve: ‘Forth’
5. (4) Duffy: ‘Rockferry’
6. (2) The Script: ‘The Script’
7. (-) Elbow: ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’
8. (3) Michael Jackson: ‘King Of Pop’
9. (6) Abba: ‘Gold – Greatest Hits’
10. (9) Coldplay: ‘Viva La Vida’

complete the UK Charts HERE.

VMA 08 Winners: Britney has done it again.

Posted in music news with tags , , , , , , on September 8, 2008 by kv

Best Female Video

Mariah Carey – ‘Touch My Body’
Katy Perry – ‘I Kissed A Girl’
Rihanna – ‘Take A Bow’
Jordin Sparks – ‘No Air’
Britney Spears – ‘Piece Of Me’ – WINNER!

Best Male Video
Chris Brown – ‘With You’ – WINNER!
Flo Rida – Low’
Lil Wayne – ‘Lollipop’
T.I. – ‘No Matter What’
Usher – ‘Love In This Club’

Best Hip Hop Video
Mary J. Blige – ‘Just Fine’
Lupe Fiasco – ‘Superstar’
Flo Rida – ‘Low’
Lil Wayne – ‘Lollipop’ – WINNER!
Kanye West – ‘Homecoming’

Best Pop Video
Danity Kane – ‘Damaged’
Jonas Brothers – ‘Burnin’ Up’
Panic At The Disco – ‘Nine In The Afternoon’
Britney Spears – ‘Piece Of Me’ – WINNER!
Tokio Hotel – ‘Ready, Set, Go!’

Best Dancing In A Video
Chris Brown – ‘Forever’
Danity Kane – ‘Damaged’
Madonna – ‘4 Minutes’
Ne-Yo – ‘Closer’
Pussycat Dolls – ‘When I Grow Up’ – WINNER!

Best New Artist
Miley Cyrus – ‘7 Things’
Katy Perry – ‘I Kissed A Girl’
Jordin Sparks – ‘No Air’
Taylor Swift – ‘Teardrops On My Guitar’
Tokio Hotel – ‘Ready, Set, Go!’ – WINNER!

Best Rock Video
Fall Out Boy – ‘Beat It’
Foo Fighters – ‘The Pretender’
Linkin Park – ‘Shadow Of The Day’ – WINNER!
Paramore – ‘crushcrushcrush’
Slipknot – ‘Psychosocial’

Video Of The Year
Chris Brown – ‘Forever’
Jonas Brothers – ‘Burnin’ Up’
Pussycat Dolls – ‘When I Grow Up’
Britney Spears – ‘Piece Of Me’ – WINNER!
Ting Tings – ‘Shut Up And Let Me Go’

Best Art Direction
Gnarls Barkley – ‘Run’ – WINNER!
MGMT – ‘Electric Feel Version 2’
Katy Perry – ‘I Kissed A Girl’
Pussycat Dolls – ‘When I Grow Up’
The White Stripes – ‘Conquest’

Best Choreography
Adele – ‘Chasing Pavements’
Chris Brown – ‘Forever’
Chris Brown – ‘Kiss Kiss’
Gnarls Barkley – ‘Run’ – WINNER!
Pussycat Dolls – ‘When I Grow Up’

Best Cinematography
Erykah Badu – ‘Honey’
Death Cab For Cutie – ‘I Will Possess Your Heart’
Katy Perry – ‘I Kissed A Girl’
Pussycat Dolls – ‘When I Grow Up’
The White Stripes – ‘Conquest’ – WINNER!

Best Direction
Erykah Badu – ‘Honey’ – WINNER!
Linkin Park – ‘Shadow Of The Day’
Panic At The Disco – ‘Nine In The Afternoon’
Pussycat Dolls – ‘When I Grow Up’
Rihanna – ‘Take A Bow’

Best Editing
Erykah Badu – ‘Honey’ 
Death Cab For Cutie – ‘I Will Possess Your Heart’ – WINNER!
Ne-Yo – ‘Closer’
Katy Perry – ‘I Kissed A Girl’
Weezer: ‘Pork and Beans’

Best Special Effects
Erykah Badu – ‘Honey’
Coldplay – ‘Violet Hill’
Missy Elliott – ‘Ching-A-Ling / Shake Your Pom Pom 3D’
Linkin Park – ‘Bleed It Out’
Kanye West ft. T-Pain – ‘Good Life’ – WINNER!

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UK Charts: 07.09.2008

Posted in music news with tags , , , , , , , on September 8, 2008 by kv


It’s not surprising that Katy Perry still wins the heart of British fans, she’s still at #1 this week with her phenomenal anthem “I Kissed A Girl” for the 5th week in a row. She’s now on the running to become the artist with the most weeks at #1 this year after Duffy claimed the current reaching #1 for 5 weeks. Katy fended Swedish DJ Eric Prydz and the Pussycat Dolls from reaching #1.

Swedish DJ Eric Prydz still remains at #2 with his piano dance anthem “Pjanoo”. The highest new entry belongs to the sizzling dolls who was in London last week to promote their spanking new album “DOLL DOMINATION”. The Pussycat Dolls entered the charts at #3 with “When I Grow Up”.

Miley Cyrus was also in the running for a top 10 spot next week after she landed 14 from 23 last week with “SEE YOU AGAIN (Rock Mafia Remix)”. Ne-Yo’s unoriginal track spends its 2nd week in the charts finding a 21 spot leap with “Miss Independent”

Meanwhile, in the albums chart THE VERVE reigns supreme for the second time with their second #1 album “Forth”. It prevented The Script from gaining a second week at #1 which rose from #3 to #2 this week.

Still in the albums chart, Michael Jackson’s latest compilation CD “King Of Pop” climbs to #3 while Rihanna’s Reloaded album gains a top 5 spot due to her “DISTURBIA” success.

the top 10s in full:


1. (1) Katy Perry: ‘I Kissed A Girl’
2. (2) Eric Prydz: ‘Pjanoo’
3. (-) Pussycat Dolls: ‘When I Grow Up’
4. (3) Rihanna: ‘Disturbia’
5. (4) The Script: ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’
6. (7) Madcon: ‘Beggin’
7. (6) Kid Rock: ‘All Summer Long’
8. (5) Biffy Clyro: ‘Mountains’
9. (8) Dizzee Rascal ft. Calvin Harris: ‘Dance Wiv Me’
10. (9) The Verve: ‘Love Is Noise’


1. (1) The Verve: ‘Forth’
2. (3) The Script: ‘The Script’
3. (5) Michael Jackson: ‘King Of Pop’
4. (7) Duffy: ‘Rockferry’
5. (11) Rihanna: ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’
6. (6) Abba: ‘Gold – Greatest Hits’
7. (4) Eva Cassidy: ‘Somewhere’
8. (2) Slipknot: ‘All Hope Is Gone’
9. (8) Coldplay: ‘Viva La Vida’
10. (-) Miley Cyrus: ‘Breakout’

complete the UK charts HERE.

UK Charts: 01.09.2008

Posted in music news with tags , , , , , , on September 1, 2008 by kv

Katy Perry holds on to the #1 spot this week making it her 4th straight week at #1 after just 5 weeks of charting in the UK Singles Chart. Looks like Katy’s kiss is clearly locking lips on British music buyers.

Debuting at #2 is Swedish DJ Eric Prydz with his electrifying Piano pop anthem “Pjanoo” which followed his success from 2003 and 2005 singles reaching as high as #1.

The Script falls to #4 this week while Rihanna climbs another spot with “Disturbia” which proved favourable success at #3.

Meanwhile, on the albums chart. The Verve’s latest album in over a decade debuts at #1 in the UK albums chart beating metal rock band Slipknot which settled at #2. 

The Verve’s latest LP titled “Forth” is their second #1 album after Urban Hymns which was released 1997.

Other new entries in the top ten come from late songbird Eva Cassidy, a Michael Jackson hits compilation, rapper The Game and folk-rock singer Teddy Thompson.


1. (1) Katy Perry: ‘I Kissed A Girl’
2. (-) Eric Prydz: ‘Pjanoo’
3. (4) Rihanna: ‘Disturbia’
4. (2) The Script: ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’
5. (10) Biffy Clyro: ‘Mountains’
6. (3) Kid Rock: ‘All Summer Long’
7. (5) Madcon: ‘Beggin’
8. (6) Dizzee Rascal ft. Calvin Harris: ‘Dance Wiv Me’
9. (7) The Verve: ‘Love Is Noise’
10. (8) Noah & The Whale: ‘5 Years Time’


1. (-) The Verve: ‘Forth’
2. (-) Slipknot: ‘All Hope Is Gone’
3. (1) The Script: ‘The Script’
4. (-) Eva Cassidy: ‘Somewhere’
5. (-) Michael Jackson: ‘King of Pop’
6. (2) Abba: ‘Gold – Greatest Hits’
7. (3) Duffy: ‘Rockferry’
8. (4) Coldplay: ‘Viva La Vida’
9. (-) The Game: ‘Lax’
10. (-) Teddy Thompson: ‘A Piece Of What You Need’

complete the UK Charts HERE.


UK Charts: 24.08.2008

Posted in music news with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 25, 2008 by kv

For the third straight week, American rising pop-star Katy Perry ruled this week’s UK Singles Charts with her worldwide smash anthem “I Kissed A Girl”. She beat the Script which were number 1 in the UK Albums Charts for the second week. 

Kid Rock slips to third with “All Summer Long” while current US #1 Rihanna ascends to the #4 spot with “Disturbia”.

Highest entry in the charts came from Scottish rock trio Biffy Clyro with “Mountains” which debuted at #10. Up and coming rock band The Automatic enters at #16 while Australian prodigy Gabriella Cilmi climbs to 33 from 91 with “Save The Lies (Good To Me)”.

Meanwhile in the albums chart, The Script dominated the bunch with their debut album for the second week in a row while Abba and Duffy remained at 2 and 3 respectively.



1. (1) Katy Perry: ‘I Kissed A Girl’
2. (3) The Script: ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’
3. (2) Kid Rock: ‘All Summer Long’
4. (6) Rihanna: ‘Disturbia’
5. (7) Madcon: ‘Beggin’
6. (5) Dizzee Rascal ft. Calvin Harris: ‘Dance Wiv Me’
7. (4) The Verve: ‘Love Is Noise’
8. (9) Noah & The Whale: ‘5 Years Time’
9. (8) Jordin Sparks ft. Chris Brown: ‘No Air’
10. (-) Biffy Clyro: ‘Mountains’


1. (1) The Script: ‘The Script’
2. (2) ‘Abba: Gold – Greatest Hits’
3. (3) Duffy: ‘Rockferry’
4. (4) Coldplay: ‘Viva La Vida’
5. (-) Monkey: ‘Journey To The West’
6. (6) Kid Rock: ‘Rock N Roll Jesus’
7. (5) Noah & The Whale: ‘Peaceful The World Lays Me Down’
8. (10) Rihanna: ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’
9. (7) Jane McDonald: ‘Jane’
10. (15) Scouting For Girls: ‘Scouting For Girls’

complete the charts HERE.

US Charts: 22.08.2008

Posted in music news with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 22, 2008 by kv

Rihanna spends her second week at #1 in the BILLBOARD HOT 100 charted 22.08.2008. She beats 17 year-old David Archuleta, runner-up from American Idol with her infectious anthem “DISTURBIA”. 

David Archuleta‘s first ever single titled “CRUSH” debuts at #2 and is performing a great start this week but isn’t good enough to dethrone Rihanna’s 4th #1 song.

Meanwhile, Chris Brown dips onto the 3rd spot with “Forever” while Katy Perry stumbles into the 4th spot with “I Kissed A Girl” is the song affected over her rumoured family feud?

In the albums chart, The Jonas Brothers debuts at #1 with “A Little Bit Longer” beating out the last week’s #1 “The Mamma Mia OST”. Others in the top 10 are Miley Cyrus’ “Breakout”, Kid Rock’s “Rock ‘N Roll Jesus” which spends his 45th week on the chart and Rihanna with her reloaded edition at #9.


1. (1) Rihanna: ‘Disturbia’
2. (-) David Archuleta: ‘Crush’
3. (2) Chris Brown: ‘Forever’
4. (3) Katy Perry: ‘I Kissed A Girl’
5. (6) Coldplay: ‘Viva La Vida’
6. (5) M.I.A: ‘Paper Planes’
7. (7) Kardinal Offishall ft. Akon: ‘Dangerous’
8. (4) Rihanna: ‘Take A Bow’
9. (10) Ne-Yo: ‘Closer’
10. (-) Taylor Swift: ‘Change’



  1. (-) Jonas Brothers: ‘A Little Bit Longer’
  2. (1) Various Artists: ‘Mamma Mia OST’
  3. (4) Kid Rock: ‘Rock And Roll Jesus’
  4. (2) Miley Cyrus: ‘Breakout’
  5. (3) Sugarland: ‘Love On The Inside’
  6. (5) Lil Wayne: ‘The Carter III’
  7. (6) Coldplay: “Viva La Vida and the Death Of His Friends”
  8. (8) Various Artists: ‘Camp Rock OST’
  9. (9) Rihanna: ‘Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded’
  10. (11) Jonas Brothers: ‘Jonas Brothers’
complete the charts HERE.