Monday, April 8, 2013

Monday Monday

About the Children

Krugman Activate! 

Searching for Calvin’s Dad

Colonial Williamsburg: Where the Tea Party gets schooled

 I KNEW I recognized her!

Raised By Wolves (Or Lions, Or Dolphins)

NASA Wants $100 Million To Bring An Asteroid Back From Deep Space

Passing gas: A modern scientific history

Ex-Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher dies, aged 87

Chocolate and agar recipe can halve the fat

The Wu-Tang Clan's 20-Year Plan

Julian Lennon At 50: It’s Never ‘Much Too Late’ For Lennon Family Discord

Videos of the day: Wu-Tang Clan - Protect Ya Neck

"Wet" is the official lead single from hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg's eleventh studio album Doggumentary. The original version was produced by The Cataracs. Snoop Dogg specifically recorded the song for Prince William's bachelor's party. Titled "Wet", Snoop spokespeople bill the song as a sequel to 2008's "Sexual Eruption.”  Snoop spoke of the gift “When I heard the royal family wanted to have me perform in celebration of Prince William’s marriage, I knew I had to give them a little something." He continued, “’Wet’ is the perfect anthem for Prince William or any playa to get the club smokin’.” --Wiki
Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg - California Gurls 

According to Perry, the song is an answer song to "Empire State of Mind" by Jay-Z and Alicia Keys. Initially the song was titled "California Girls", but in tribute to the group Big Star, who recently lost one of its members, the spelling was changed to "California Gurls" as a nod to their song, "September Gurls".

Perry used Wikipedia to research which rapper she wanted to collaborate with for "California Gurls", browsing West Coast artists before selecting Snoop Dogg. The publishing company for The Beach Boys had allegedly threatened a lawsuit due to Snoop Dogg's line "I wish they could all be California Girls", which they consider to be one of the classic lines in the band's song "California Girls". --Wiki


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