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- August 09, 2010
- Vol. 74
- No. 3
Picks and Pans: Music
From dance-pop divas (Gaga!) to hip-hop heavyweights (Eminem!), these 10 tunes make our midseason playlist.
KATY PERRY FEATURING SNOOP DOGG
This No. 1 single makes everyone want to rock Daisy Dukes and bikinis on top.
A synth-pop bull's-eye for dancing the hurt away.
SHAKIRA FEATURING FRESHLYGROUND
"Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)"
The official World Cup theme song is almost as hot as Cristiano Ronaldo. Almost.
Conjures up visions of being on a tropical island.
"Un-Thinkable (I'm Ready)"
Captures the sweet surrender of giving yourself over to summer love.
"Find Your Love"
His tender croon goes straight to the heart. Sigh.
EMINEM FEATURING RIHANNA
"Love the Way You Lie"
A blockbuster pairing from the smash CD Recovery.
B.O.B FEATURING HAYLEY WILLIAMS
After his spring No. 1 "Nothin' on You," the breakout hip-hopper soars again, this time with Paramore's lead singer as copilot.
"The Only Exception"
Williams again softens her rock edge on this exceptional, acoustic-laced ballad.
A fun, beach-ready splash with the country star to end your summer '10 playlist.
Praise & Blame |
After proving he still had it with 2008's 24 Hours, Tom Jones continues his late-career renaissance with another praiseworthy effort that finds the 70-year-old veteran taking on traditional gospel and blues. With Ethan Johns (Kings of Leon, Ryan Adams) producing, the inspired results bring to mind the work Johnny Cash did with Rick Rubin. Best is a haunting rendition of Bob Dylan's "What Good Am I" that leaves no doubt how good Jones is.
Masts of Manhatta |
It's been 14 years since Tracy Bonham's Grammy-nominated hit "Mother Mother." But the singer-songwriter shows she's far from washed-up on Masts of Manhatta. Bonham displays a rich, eclectic musicality-from the instruments she plays (guitar, piano, violin, claves, even spaghetti pot) to the genres she explores (folk, blues, country, classical, tango)-while addressing both city and country life.
DOWNLOAD THIS: "Devil's Got Your Boyfriend," a slinky, jazz-kissed seduction
Teflon Don |
If there were a Grammy for Best Guest List, it would surely go to Teflon Don. The fourth disc from Miami rapper Rick Ross boasts a sick lineup of contributors from the worlds of hip-hop (Jay-Z, T.I., Drake) and R&B (John Legend, Erykah Badu, Ne-Yo). With all that star power, it's hard to go wrong. The top collaboration? "Live Fast, Die Young," featuring a lively Kanye West.
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As the MTV reality show begins its second season in Miami, this CD will keep the dance floor pumping and the shots flowing. A continuous club mix, it's led by the hit single "I Like It," a hands-in-the-air party anthem with Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull. Other highlights include Girlicious' saucy "Drank," which is guaranteed to unleash your inner Snooki.
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BLAKE SHELTON'S NEW 'SIX PAK'
The country star's new CD, All About Tonight, isn't out until Aug. 10. But you can listen to all six songs (including the hit title track) from July 30 through Aug. 5 at people.com/blake.
>• As the MTV reality show begins its second season in Miami, this CD will keep the dance floor pumping and the shots flowing. A continuous club mix, it's led by the hit single "I Like It," a hands-in-the-air party anthem with Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull. Other highlights include Girlicious' saucy "Drank," which is guaranteed to unleash your inner Snooki. [
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BLAKE SHELTON'S NEW 'SIX PAK'
• The country star's new CD, All About Tonight, isn't out until Aug. 10. But you can listen to all six songs (including the hit title track) from July 30 through Aug. 5 at people.com/blake.
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