UK NEWS:CHERYL COLE FAN APPEALS TO THE PUBLIC/FAMOUS FOLK TO HELP START A MALARIA FUND IN CHERYL’S NAME
Last week it was announced that the ‘nation’s sweetheart”/convicted batterer of a toilet attendant Cheryl Cole, had collapsed during a fashion shoot and rushed to hospital. The ‘star’ had contracted malaria.
As you can imagine the nation held its breath!
But thankfully Saint Cheryl is now making good progress, on the road to recovery, and now one of her die-hard fans Kirsty Fascione is appealing to us to help stop malaria by sending a £10 net to protect kids in honor of Cheryl.
Kirsty also informed the world via Twitter that she “just emailed a malaria charity to see if we would be able to start-up a fund in Cheryl’s name. They are going to get back to us asap x”.
A fund in Cheryl’s name…..
Good luck with that Kirsty!
Check out up and coming group (from East London) E.L and their debut single Throw It Back.
The group consists of two main rappers and a DJ. The front man of the group is known as Pteezy while the rapper known as T is the mysterious artist of the group (you will soon see why…….)
I can see the 14-16 year old female demographic grooving to this party track. It has mainstream appeal to a certain extent.
But I also think the production etc sounds quite dated.
The video – It’s a party track so predictable video treatment…..nightclub, attractive women, group of women dancing slightly out of synch, flossing, and bottles of champagne. UK video directors need to do better. Sitting at home and watching old Jay-Z videos (circa 1998) for “inspiration” will not wash in 2010.
The mysterious artist of the group should get rid of the mask. It proves to be a distraction and looks ridiculous. GET RID OF IT!
But there is one thing that I like about this video. Unlike most Black British male acts videos, E.L’s video features different types of women. They haven’t just gone with the one “acceptable” look.
Your thoughts please. Hit or Miss?
The manager of Reggae artist Mavado has revealed that singer/rapper Drake has donated (US) $25,000 (JA$2.15 million) to help Mavado build a Learning Centre in his hometown, Cassava Piece (Kingston). Click HERE to read more.
This Learning Centre will be a positive thing for the community IF Mavado sticks to the plan and ensures it’s built. If not then that’s Drake’s $25k gone down the drain or worse .. into somebody elses pockets.
Click HERE to also read - Mavado Connects Jamaica With Free Computers.