Wednesday’s back, which means it’s time for MFK!
We’ve all played the “M.F.K” game before — where you’re given three names and have to decide which one to marry, which one gets brings the lust, and which one has to die?
Well this is exactly the same, except with music. I give you three songs, and all you have to do is leave a comment below and tell tell me which one you LOVE, which one you want to fugg, and which one sleeps with the fishes.
Of course, we’re always looking for reader submissions — so if there’s a track you heard and you kinda like it, or you seriously love it, or you absolutely HATE IT — find a YouTube and email me the link and I’ll post it up here as soon as I can.
This week on New Music Tuesday we reviewed the new album (which was actually pretty good) that brings P!nk back to the scene after a long hiatus. But she’s not the only one who’s looking to get back in game — and this week I thought we’d highlight a few of the other ladies who are also returning from extended leaves of absence.
I don’t know — with all these new singing competitions hitting TV all at the same time with celebrity judges in tow, it seems like we’re knee deep in kinda-used-to-be-famous people invading our consciences, to the point where I seem to know a hell of a lot about who is or isn’t judging American Idol even though I’ve never actually watched the show.
Finally I know how my online friends who are tired of hearing about the presidential race feel — because there seems to be no escaping the talk about Brittney or Nicki or Simon or whoever.
Luckily we try to stay away from all that and focus on the music here — and this week we’re bringing back the star power. And when I say bringing back, I mean literally — because it’s like somebody hit the wayback machine with these three.
Let’s see who you’re glad to have back, and who you’d rather leave up on the shelf.
And remember, even if you like the songs — you HAVE TO CHOOSE!
Missy Elliot — Triple Threat
(also at the end of this video is a preview of another new track, “9th Inning”)
Nelly Furtado — Spirit Indestructible
No Doubt — Settle Down