I was having a bad boy moment last night and I played classics from 112 (Only you), B.I.G (Big poppa), Craig Mack (Flava in ya Ear) and Total (Can't you See) and I couldnt help put reminisce as these songs were the soundtrack to my teenage-pubscent years.

I forgot how much I admired P.Diddy and his 'shiny-suit' artists. For pit sake, I bought a swimming google hoping to rock it as a pair of sunglseese. I blame Puffy!

Now, you can't rememeber Bad Boy Inc. without thinking about M A dollar sign E. The candy-non threatening puffy protege that made the world recognise Harlem world but some how disappeared faster than Hilary Rodham Clinton from South Carolina.

So I ask, what in the world happened to MA$E. I've heard rumours over the years about him turning to religion, smoking crack until I saw him appear next to 50 Cents in the 'Window shopper' video then I branded him "LOST".

Anyway, I will never forget how many girls loved "Tell Me What you want from me" featuring original Bad girls - TOTAL.

Please note how foxy the lead singer Keisha looked in this video. Too Hot.


I know we have all heard Nickelback's infectous single Rock-Star. I really like the song and I just wanted to share an extract from the song with you:

'Cause we all just wanna be big rockstars and
Live in hilltop buses driving fifteen cars
The girls come easy and the drugs come cheap
We'll all stay skinny 'cause we just won't eat
And we'll hang out in the coolest bars
In the VIP with the movie stars
Every good gold digger's
Gonna wind up there
Every Playboy bunny
With her bleach blonde hair
And we'll hide out in the private rooms
With the latest dictionary of
Today's who's who
They'll get you anything
with that evil smile
Everybody's got a
Drug dealer on speed dial, well
Hey, hey, I wanna be a rockstar

What I find interesting about this is, it isn't just Rockstar that live by this oath - every one of us try to live like this and it's just so amuisng when it's been conveyed in worlds - we all look pathetic and desperate.


Today, we are going to play a game called "Is there a differences between these videos"
We feel the videos we are about to compare have strong similiarities in conceptual and technical terms.

First, newcomer Adele's Chasing Pavements and Coldplay's The Scientist. We love both songs though, it's just strange that their promotional videos are so familiar.

NEXT UP, The Verve's Bittersweet Symphony and Amy Wino's Tears dry on their own

It's okay, you dont have to choose a favourite!