@MariahCarey release date and messiest era to date? 155

 

 The internet is buzzing with news that Mariah Carey may be pulling a Beyonce and releasing a ‘suprise album’. Jermaine Dupri, the songstresses long time producer and friend but now turned manager recently was attacked by the lambily. Apparently JD (short for Jermaine Dupri) has not being doing his managerial duties in the benefit of getting the queen of music that promotion her album needs.

This is just one snippet of Jermaine firing off back at Mariah Carey’s loyal fan base:

The lambs are not happy.

 So basically JD is saying Mariah Carey is the boss and he’s just an advisor? What do you guys think? It is an odd relationship for JD to be given manager title but no actual managerial duties. However no need to doubt we know Mariah Carey is a boss within the music game and probably has something lined up!

 For example the new album which is slated to be released on the 6th of May. However pop dust are reporting Mariah is going for a surprise release so it could happen anytime. Although this may come as news to some of the younger lambily but there is groans all over the internet for the hardcore fans. Mariah’s recent singles, although great have failed to perform on the charts due to lack of promotion. 

The promotion needed to help an album strive seems mandatory in the current music sales decline. However it seems Mariah is either unfased by possible poor first week sales or she is simply doing this album for her fans. I mean lets be honest! Mariah has got enough sales on her belt to last the next six generation.

Stop messing this up now baby! Mariah sings to JD.

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p> To the lambily and all the fans of Mariah Carey share with us what you think about Mariah’s quiet plans and is this her messiest era?

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THE SUMMER SEASON KICKS INTO GEAR WITH THE IBIZA BURLESQUE FESTIVAL 57

As summer approaches and the festival season slowly gets into full-swing, one of the hottest upcoming events is the second annual Ibiza Burlesque festival, which takes place Friday 25th – Sunday 27th May.

Founded by singer-songwriter Sapphira, who has found the music of the white isle a lifeline during her struggles with bipolar, this years’ event, organised by the globally established company Sapphira’s Showgirls which champions self-expression and fundraises in support of mental health, includes a tribute of her debut single Money$hot as well as a special guest appearance by Billboard Top 20 and Grammy Award winning artist, Kim Cameron with DJ Halo.

Other highlights of the festival include performances from several world class artists, hailing from seven different countries, with Innocence Bliss and Jamilia Wardknott, both from the UK, and Italy’s Scarlet Lovelace among those confirmed to entertain those in attendance. There’s also a swimwear parade, a couple of pool parties and, if you fancy learning a little bit of burlesque yourself, you can take a beginner class in Sex A Peel with Sheila Starr Siani or Fantastic Fans with Sapphira.

The festival works in partnership with premium venues on the island, with the premier event – the Bass & Tease gala – taking place at the distinguished Heart Ibiza, a state-of-the-art restaurant come nightclub. From the first day to the last, the festival is set to delight and excite all those who attend.

For a full programme of events and to purchase tickets, visit the festival website.

 

 

 

REVIEW: PAPER HAWK – ‘THE TIDE’ EP 66

Opening with lead single “Trails”, the 4 track EP from Brighton alt-folk duo Paper Hawk gets off to a strong start with a song that’s all but an anthem – and lyrical reminder – about not going back to something, notably a relationship, that is/was volatile and no good for you. It’s one of those songs that anyone who has endured negative situations in their lives will identify with, and one sure to find itself on repeat.

Next comes “The Fourteenth Floor.” Addressing long distance love and relationships, it’s not quite as strong as its predecessor, but with a impressive vocal performance, one cut from the demos the pair recorded on the same night they wrote the song, there is both a rawness and a vulnerability to the track which will likely leave anyone who hears it feeling that spine-tingling feeling that they can do achieve anything – especially when it comes to love.

There’s a fizzing, slowly building energy to “Northern Sky”  which ensures it’ll go down a storm when it’s performed live. At a time when mental health and personal struggles are all too commonplace, the track offers a soft, comforting, but at the same time strong arm of support to anyone who needs someone by their side to help them through difficult times.

Closing number “Written In The Lines” is all but a final chapter, a closing few paragraphs as it were, to the story told within “Trails.” Focusing on those final few life changing moments of a relationship when you reflect on how it should have ended some time ago, together with the toll it’s taken on you, physically, mentally and emotionally, the vocal performance very much mirrors that of “Trails”, bringing the EP’s story full circle, and finishes it off in a reflective, but also accepting manner – something rarely found or displayed in any artists’ music today.

Paper Hawk’s The Tide EP is out now.