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  1. Enjoy this joyful version of the best song off Renaissance Yes, is fanmade but excellent
  2. Kelis confirms to People that her sixth album is titled ‘Dirt’ and it’s going to have farm type sounds, here’s what she says in the interview. Kelis Reflects on Her 25-Year-Long Career and Maintaining Positivity Through Grief: 'I'm Grateful' PEOPLE.COM Ahead of a recent DJ set at Bai Boost's happy hour in New York City, Kelis spoke to PEOPLE about life as a farmer, new...
  3. Beyoncé is making another change to Renaissance. After Kelis called out the "Break My Soul" singer and The Neptunes - Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, specifically - for using her song without notifying her, the 40-year-old superstar is now removing the "Milkshake" interpolation from her song, "Energy," co-produced with Skrillex, Al Cres, BEAM and Nova Wav. "I have the right to be frustrated," Kelissaid of the interpolation done without her permission. Kelis’ name was not featured in the songwriting and production credits for “Energy,” but Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo were. (Kelis is not credited as a songwriter or producer on "Milkshake," either.) Fans have noticed while listening on Tidal that the interpolation is now missing from the song, as are the songwriting credits attributed to "Milkshake." The change has not yet been applied to other streaming services. Related:
  4. I love her!! She has such a unique voice, and all the attitude in the world. I actually think there is a Lizzo because first there was a Kelis. This is her new single, with music video included! It premieres / premiered today, I can't wait!: She doesn't release a single since 2017's "Who's Lovin' You" Of course, she's the one behind this mega-bop. If you don't know this song, please go back to your mother's womb. RELATED:
  5. Flesh Tone, the fifth studio album by American singer Kelis, was released 11 years ago in the spring of 2010 by Interscope Records. A distinct departure from the R&B/Hip-Hop sound of her previous albums, the mastering on this project features heavy hitters like David Guetta, Boys Noize, Burns, will.i.am, and Benny Benassi. The album is VERY 2010, but in some ways ahead of its time (seriously!). With EDM dominating the airwaves back then, it's amazing how many people slept on this record! I loved playing Flesh Tone during my summer 2010 outings. I wasn't out yet, but the album found me before I left for college (and started... you know... experimenting ). While the album is "an ode to motherhood", re-listening to this album during Pride Month 2021 has made me realize how many songs are dedicated to embracing your identity and "emancipating" yourself -- a message I was struggling with, if not suppressing. Clocking under just 40 minutes with nine tracks (plus stellar interludes), I submit Flesh Tone is a lost gem of the 2010s. Competing for the same radio play as Ke$Ha, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, and hell, even Justin Bieber, I feel as though Kelis got lost in the mix. This is quite unfortunate considering at how fun this record is and how great Kelis is at flawlessly hopping from the slinky production of Pharrell Williams to the booming bass of the Benassi Bros. Not many artists can genre hop like that. Disappointed with Flesh Tone's performance, she left Interscope and joined a British independent label, Ninja Tune, for the release of Food, a soul album with a diverse musical style incorporating funk and Afrobeat. It was very much a passion project, embracing her roots and saying farewell to mainstream dance pop. But I don't think Flesh Tone is bad or even dated. In fact, I like it more than I did 11 years ago. What do you think of Flesh Tone? Is it a good record? Does it stand the test of time? Or is it a ? ***In May 2021, Kelis announced that she was likely to title her upcoming seventh studio album, Sound Mind, and I'm here for it. Midnight Snacks, is thought to be the lead single. Sounds like old Tasty Kelis to me.***
  6. If you have not listened to one or both please listen and then vote. If you already have listened to both, why not refresh your memory? Poll closes on Tuesday at 4:30 PM MTN Time. C U Next Tuesday UPDATE: She's just a little BOSSY! Teen Icon Lindsay Lohan's Bossy Reigns Supreme Thanks for participating everyone!
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