Friday, June 29, 2007
Monday, June 25, 2007
Anyways snce I am in a sharing mood, I have another song for yall to download. This song is sooo wicked, makes me wanna yahooze all night long. The other day I was in my car at a stop sign listening to the song and this old oyinbo dude walks up towards my car, at first I was about to roll up my window like why is this dude coming at me, then I saw him dancing.. hahahaha, that ish was too funny, so I let him dance for a little bit before waving and driving off. I have one of the hottest DJ's, if not the hottest in the carribean club scene feeling the song, now thats very exciting.. The song is called Ganja Man - by 9ice <---click to download, who by the way I will be representing soon as we work out the details.
YUP! I have that much faith in the guy, because a few artists have approached me for their PR and management that Ive turned down, not because they are not good but because I can only hype stuff I can vouch for, stuff I feel 100%, if it excites me, chances are it will show through when I talk about it, makes my job easier.
Wednesday, June 20, 2007
oo to those who emailed me about the eye shadow, the sale is over sorry! but there is a one cent sale going on now. FYI. its one shadow per order. Enjoy! and I do hope you enjoy the shadows, if you need tips let me know. With that said exhaustion lo ma run down.. lol... ciao!
Monday, June 18, 2007
talking freebies -` and naija music
ooooooo and ok so Im such a lucky girl, you know how I really wanted Deola Sagoe's Jeans, well Matthew Mensah, who is like the best guy in the world, who is also her publicist said he would get them to me soon. Yaaaaaaayy, a big thanks to Matthew.. u rock! Can someone say Rockability!, I am totally rocking the life out of em.. hehehehe, so wienna, hopefully my next budunk shot will be in my DS jeans.
Ruggedman: knows how to play with words, his lyrics unlike a lot of rap doesn't give me a headache, great stage presence, and my fav songs are ruggedy baba, ehen, rock da spot, boing boing, so idi ye.. (the one he did with durella, who by the way is another artist to keep an eye on) and in fact 98% of the songs on his new album. btw: I love this picture of him. tres sexy!
One thing I noted was, a lot of the songs I like were produced by the same producer, ID CABASA, hmnnn so maybe its CABASA I like. lol.
Saturday, June 16, 2007
So Im excited because...
Anyways here are some of her other designs that I love, love, love... and when I say love, I mean I would rock to a party, event or whatever. Not love like just to look at it but as in who do I have to bribe to get them all ASAP and rock em till people start wondering if I have anything else in my closet.. lol .. Ah that blue one in the second picture. I would sooo rock it till the threads fall off, Uniform.. lol
Anyways. her website is HERE so feel free to check her out.
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Listen Live..in 10 mins
update: for those that missed it, you can still listen later on today. Thats going to be 10pm if you are in California or west cost, 12 AM for texas or same time zone.. 1am if you are in the east coast and 6AM if you are in naija or west africa. and 6am if you are in london or parts of europe.
I gave a shout out to bloggers..
sidenote: now can leave me voice comments but clicking to the right..... and oo.. so this voice comment thing tells me that, if I want voice comments I should give my friends this message.lol.. "Send me a VoiceComment. It's FREE! Just call 1(641)985-7878 and enter *4464762. " sounds interesting
Monday, June 11, 2007
Free Paris..$80 bucks to fill up etc
Everyone has been giving me slack for saying Free Paris Hilton. Well, yeah, dont get me wrong, I do not condone what she did but the point I was trying to make was, why release her and re arrest her. Like friggin make up your minds. Almost seems like they are making a mockery of the system. I mean how many inmates get released everyday that the judge has no clue about. Its become obvious the judge took note because of her status and it almost doesnt seeem fair. Like a power struggle between the judge and the sheriff. Anyways whatever, there are more pressing issues on earth. It was soo hilarious watching those lame paparazzis falling over each other just to get a picture of one person, when there are starving children in Africa, South America and even in Hollywood.
I still think there should be a law against paparazzing. After what happened to Princess Diana, they should be banned. Maybe no paparazzi = no attention = celebs behaving.
Anyhoo, back to my awfully busy Monday, if the rest of my week goes like this, I'll be needing a week off at a spa. Oh gosh!, I actually think I am hopelessly in love.. well that is gist for another day.
Friday, June 08, 2007
catwalk the world...nollywood etc
Speaking of events, I will be participating at the Nollywood Convention next weekend. Its being put together by a bunch of wonderful people including a friend of moi's Uduak aka Ladybrille. She is a very smart lawyer/model/writer/everything. *shameless plug* ( she will probably kill me for this, lol) The event will be held in Los Angeles from June 15 - 17, 2007. I wanted to go last year but ended up being occupied that weekend so this year I am not missing it. def looking forward to it.
anyhoo gotta go..
Tuesday, June 05, 2007
I need an adventure, if something interesting doesnt happen soon, I am going to start pulling my hair out one strand at a time. Sighs! or maybe its time to start considering family life.lol. eeeeeeekkkk!!!!
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