Monday, November 29, 2010

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

WEEK IN MUSIC-NOVEMBER 25th-Kanye and MInaj over Forecasts

Kanye’s Latest to Debut #1, Nicki Minaj #2, as Black Friday Looms 

November 24, 2010

Kanye West’s Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy just got a lot brighter.

The Roc-A-Fella/IDJ renaissance hip-hop icon and awards show provocateur lives up to his own lofty ambitions with a chart-topping debut for his latest rap opus, on target for between 525-575k, surpassing all pre-release forecasts. That tops the total registered by808s and Heartbreak, which bowed on almost the same week last year with 450k.

Those figures are based on those intrepid music retailers not being full body-scanned at our nation’s airports by the frisky TSA.

Cash Money/Universal Motown’s red-hot Nicki Minajalso bested pre-release predictions, with a total in the 375-425k range for her hotly anticipated debut, Pink Friday, though the upcoming Black Friday could render these estimates a little less accurate than usual.

Reprise emo-rock standard bearers My Chemical Romance’s fourth studio album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, their first since 2006’s The Black Parade, is on target for between 125-150k.

Def Jam/IDJ R&B songwriter/producer Ne-Yo’s fourth album, Libra Scale, should do in the 115-140k range.

Kemosabe/RCA/RMG pop diva Ke$ha’s Cannibal EP, available separately and as part of a deluxe package with her debut Animal album, should do between 60-70k on its own.

Lloyd Banks’ H.F.M. 2 (The Hunger for More 2), his first album for G-Unit under a deal with EMI Label Services, is off to a Top 10 start at iTunes, and should do between 40-50k in sales.

RCA/RMG’s Burlesque soundtrack to the film co-starringCher and Christina Aguilera, could do anywhere between 25-50k, depending on how the film, which opens today, fares at the box office.

Rounding out the new releases are Jay-Z’s Hits album (25-30k), Arista Nashville’s Alan Jackson (20-25k) andNine Inch Nails’ self-released Pretty Hate Machinereissue on their own Null label (17-20k).

Also, look for Justin Bieber's acoustic album, an exclusive at Wal-Mart and Sam's, to hit the street on Friday, and should be well-represented on the chart next week.

The market was up 29% vs. last week, up 2% vs. same week last year and still down 13% year to date. You may now go back to picking up the pieces of sky that are falling down.


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

THE top 2 HIGHEST EARNING WOMEN IN ENTERTAINMENT-OPRAH & BEYONCE


 FORBES mag released their Hollywood's 10 Highest-Earning Women list.  And Oprah lands at #1 with $315 millie raked in JUST last year.  From June 2009 to June 2010, O counted all those millies that put her far far above the rest of the list.
Beyonce came in at #2 with $85 million earned over the year's time. With the insane amount of world touring with the I Am album, the album itself, and endorsement deals from umpteen companies, chick padded her pockets with some serious dough.  Rounding out the top 5: Britney Spears came in at #3 with $64 mill (her 100 date+ world tour last year amade $130 mill alone), Lady Gaga at #4 with $62 mill (her 106 date world tour brought in $95 mill), and Madonna at #5 with $58 mill.
The rest of the Top 10:
6.  Sandra Bullock - $56 mill
7. Ellen DeGeneres - $55 mill
8. Miley Cyrus - $48 mill
9. & 10. (TIE) Taylor Swift & Judge Judy - $45 mill

Monday, November 8, 2010

BRANDI should win Dancing with the STARS!


 Singer Brandy better win Dancing with the stars -She can dance and she is hot, unlike bristol palin! 

Wednesday, November 3, 2010