Add this video, of the Chuck E. Cheese Band performing Usher’s “Love In This Club”, to the list of things that make us extremely happy. Thanks to Andrew for sharing this rendition with us. Keep reading »
“Women have started to become lovers of each other as a result of not having enough men.” — Usher in Vibe Keep reading »
We totally love cheesy, awesome, dancey R&B songs, especially when we listen closely to the lyrics and crack up. Usher’s “Love In This Club” provided much joy with the line, “I want to bag you like some groceries,” but it’s time to call attention to some other poetic words of love and lust from R&B MCs. Here are five of our favorite lines…
5. “Now your body’s got me feelin’ like spending/With a backroom I could come to live in/And your hair weave looking kind of pretty/The way you back it up on me baby/Lord have mercy.” — R. Kelly, “Feelin’ On Yo Booty”, TP-2.com
R. Kelly has a thing for big butts, especially on the dance floor. This particular lady has a butt that R. Kelly would like to move into. It doesn’t hurt that her hair weave is looking nice too. If I was this woman, I would be concerned, because we have all heard about what R. Kelly likes to do with butts he likes. Just sayin’.
Keep reading »
We missed his performance on Good Morning America today, so we don’t know how it ended. [New York City, 5/30/08] Keep reading »
Usher is a five-time Grammy-winner, a partial owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, and a master of catchy songs and slick — maybe too slick — dance moves. My friend Geoff and I watch the video for his new song “Love In This Club” and try to figure out what’s going on. Videos can be so confusing.
Catherine: Let me guess, he’s in a club.
Geoff: It looks like the one strip club I’ve ever been to. I suppose most of them look the same, though. Keep reading »
Usher kind of seems like a creepster, what with the cheating on TLC’s Chili, etc. But he’s really ridiculously hot and we totally love his smooth jams. Not all the Daily Hotness guys need to be worthy of bringin’ home to mom. Keep reading »