Who knew that Mariah can do the proletariat so well. And a bad hair day, too. This song has the potential to be #1 in the US and in the US only. It sounds good, her vocals are impeccable and radio is just going to eat it up. Also, I heard that it would count as a #1 for her and not just The-Dream. So, yay. Advertisements
After packing seats in Vegas and assuming a creative hiatus to fulfill her aspirations of stability, Celine Dion returned with her album Talking Chances, which tanked badly. Mostly because the stuff on it isn’t as good even when she got Ne-Yo on board and other it-boys and partially because the lead single and its video are utterly ridiculous (watch it after the jump).