Greetings From MommyFrazzled

Follow Me on Pinterest

About Me

My photo
Mother, Daughter, Sister, Aunt, Friend, Business Woman, etc. means I am diverse, I am not defined by any one group, I am at all times everything I need to be.

Adsense Search

Sunday, July 28, 2013

AlunaGeorge – You Know You Like It (DJ Snake Remix)

AlunaGeorge - You Know You Like It (DJ Snake Remix) | New Music
The always talented, incredibly addictive, AlunaGeorge are back today, but this time in remixed for at the hands of DJ Snake. DJ Snake took his talents, along with the sounds of AlunaGeorge’s track “You Know You Like It” and brought the two together rather nice for our listening enjoyment.
The track takes on a trap type of feel with some new drums, smooth melodic elements and some dope breakdowns that will definitely get the club moving around. The vocals of the original are left untouched for the most part, while DJ Snake just added a new feel to the track, definitely adding a life of his own to the cut. Don’t sleep on this shit, and don’t sleep on AlunaGeorge; nor DJ Snake. Check out the banger after the jump and let us know what you think about it below.

New Song: Flo Rida (feat. Pitbull) - 'Can't Believe It'

Flo Rida set it off earlier this Summer with his Future-assisted track 'Tell Me When You Ready' and now the hit maker returns with his latest anticipated single 'Can't Believe It' featuring fellow Florida native Pitbull. The dance-heavy track will be appearing on Flo's forthcoming fifth studio album. Only a verse each from both Flo Rida and Pitbull but with a catchy hook and a ending chorus filled with auto-tune, there's plenty of hit potential here.
Flo's fifth studio album is rumored to be hitting stores late 2013/early 2014. This record has a different sound than what we've heard from Flo Rida on his previous album singles but different doesn't have to mean bad. Look for 'Can't Believe It' on iTunes Tuesday and expect a music video to drop soon as it's already been shot. Listen below.


Can"t Believe It


New Music: Mally Mall feat. Wiz Khalifa, Tyga & Fresh -- 'Drops Bands On It'

VIBE Posted July 27, 2013

Producer Mally Mal taps Wiz Khalifa, Tyga and rapper Fresh for his new track "Drops Bands On It." Mal leaves the boards to producers The Audibles. Download the track here.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Ciara - I'm Out (Explicit) ft. Nicki Minaj

Prince William and Kate go to Middleton residence

Prince William and Kate go to Middleton residence

Prince William, Duchess Catherine and their baby are at the home of Carole and Michael Middleton.

The Duke, Duchess and Prince of Cambridge left Kensington Palace in London at approximately 12:55 pm today (24.07.13) and were driven to the home of Catherine's parents in Bucklebury, Berkshire, South East England, in the same Range Rover that collected them from the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, London, on Tuesday (23.07.13).

The new family departed shortly after a visit from William's grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, the ruling monarch of the UK and Commonwealth.

The 31-year-old royal's brother Prince Harry, 28, also paid a visit to his two-day old nephew but managed to get in and out of Kensington Palace without being spotted.

The family arrived at the Middleton home at around 1:45pm and their arrival was assisted by a marked Thames Valley Police van which blocked off the entrance to the country road leading to the £5 million property, while two uniformed police officers also guarded the road.

Catherine - known as Kate Middleton before she married the prince - William and Baby Cambridge are expected to stay at the Middleton home for the next week at least.

It has also been speculated 31-year-old Catherine - who has a sister Pippa and brother James - could stay at her family home for longer and may remain after William's paternity leave from the RAF ends so her mother Carole can help her with the baby.

The Prince of Cambridge - who is third-in-line to the British throne behind his dad and grandfather Prince Charles - is yet to be named by his parents but has met all his closest family members now except his great-grandfather Prince Philip, who has been recovering from an operation at Sandringham.

Via xpose

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Nelson Mandela reportedly in a "permanent vegetative state"

Nelson Mandela, South African anti-apartheid leader, is seen Feb. 8, 1991, during a press conference one year after his release from jail.
Nelson Mandela, South African anti-apartheid leader, is seen Feb. 8, 1991, during a press conference one year after his release from jail. / TREVOR SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images

Updated at 2:52 p.m. ET
Doctors treating former South African President Nelson Mandela say the anti-apartheid leader is in a "permanent vegetative state," according to documents obtained by Agence France-Presse.

The documents, dated June 26, say Mandela's breathing is being mechanically assisted and the Mandela family has "been advised by the medical practitioners that his life support machine should be switched off" due to the "perilous" state of his health. The person whose name appears at the end of the documents, D.A. Smith, wrote that the information came from "my instructing attorney" and not directly from the Mandela family.
"Rather than prolonging his suffering, the Mandela family is exploring this option as a very real probability," the documents say.
CBS News has previously reported that Mandela has been on life support for some time during his nearly four-week hospitalization and that his family members haven't been able to come to an agreement on how much medical intervention to provide the 94-year-old global icon.
A spokesman for South African President Jacob Zuma denied the AFP report to The Wall Street Journal. "There clearly is not a vegetative state," spokesman Mac Maharaj said, according to the paper. He also said the recommendation of disconnecting Mandela from life support "hasn't come up at all."
Text from legal filings related to a family dispute about the burial of Mandela's deceased children.
Text from legal filings related to a family dispute about the burial of Mandela's deceased children.
/ Agence France-Presse

The papers, obtained by the wire service Thursday, were part of a legal filing related to a family dispute over the burial of three of Mandela's deceased children.

Mandela has been hospitalized since June 8 for a recurring lung infection. Since then, South African authorities and Mandela's family have been providing the public with limited but grim news about his ailing health. Zuma most recently said he was in critical but stable condition.
His wife, Graca Machel, said at a fundraising drive in honor of her husband that he is sometimes uncomfortable but seldom feels pain.
"Whatever is the outcome of his stay in hospital, that will remain the second time where he offered his nation an opportunity to be united under the banner of our flag, under the banner of our constitution," she said.
The bitter family feud about the former South African president's children concluded with a ceremony on Thursday. Remains of the three deceased children were reburied at their original resting site a day after a court ordered their return and two years after a Mandela grandson had moved the bodies.
Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years during white racist rule and was freed in 1990 before being elected president in all-race elections. He won the Nobel Peace Prize along with former President F.W. de Klerk.
© 2013 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

MTV Artist To Watch: Iggy Azalea

MTV Artist To Watch: Iggy Azalea
Meet your new favorite smart-mouthed lady rapper: MTV Artist To Watch Iggy Azalea.
Generally speaking, when we see tall, willowy blonde girls, the last thing we'd expect is for them to be foul-mouthed rappers. But then again, we've never met anyone like Iggy Azalea: a tall, blonde, willowy rapper who is anything but submissive, generic, or cookie-cutter. For one thing, she's not afraid to break song title taboos ("Pu$$y," "Dirt In Your P***y A** B****"). Face it, girl's got more bleeps than an entire season of "The Sopranos." But you know us: We're suckers for taboo-breaking, fast-talking, take-no-s***, strong, sexy women. Especially when they remind us of other pop music icons like Ke$ha, Missy Elliot, Nicki Minaj, and Azealia Banks.

Read more about Iggy Azalea after the jump.

Born Amethyst Amelia Kelly (now there's a mouthful) in Sydney, Australia, Iggy started her rapping career at just 14 years old. Initially she joined up with some friends in the neighborhood, hoping to emulate Lisa "Left Eye" Lopez from TLC, but eventually left to do her own solo thing. (I mean, really, could YOU see Iggy sharing the fame?) And here comes the ballsiest part: In 2006, after saving up a bunch of money cleaning hotel rooms with her mom, Iggy permanently left Australia for the States, telling her parents that she was "going on holiday." (Word to the wise, Iggy: It's not a "holiday" if you never come back.)

After bouncing around the States for a few years, Iggy finally settled in Los Angeles in 2010, where she began uploading freestyle videos on YouTube, but things REALLY got going when her first official music video, "Pu$$y," hit the 'net in 2011. (Can't imagine why...) Iggy's Independent Art mixtape quickly followed, featuring guest appearances with everyone from Chevy Jones to Problem.

Now signed to major label Island Def Jam (!!), Iggy's got all kinds of things going on. For one thing, she's now a bona fide model (signed to Wilhelmina Models), she's opened for Rita Ora, she's released two mixtapes (Ignorant Art, TrapGold), an EP (Glory) and is gearing up to unleash her first official LP, The New Classic, in September. All we can say is, it's been a long time coming.

But for someone who hasn't even released a full LP yet, the MTV Artist To Watch has PLENTY of material under her twerking belt. Just look at such club-ready, one-word anthems as "Work" and "Bounce," two relatively new tracks that showcase the rapper's no-nonsense, expletive-riddled verses. Iggy's not afraid to push cultural boundaries either -- her Bollywood-inspired "Bounce" video sparked up a lil' controversy when the singer wore a full sari, bindi, and rode an elephant around Mumbai. (But, um, need we remind you that Selena Gomez basically did the same thing in her 2013 MTV Movie Awards "Come & Get It" performance?) No harm done, however -- Iggy's been through worse. After all, you don't spend your entire first single talking up your ladyparts without inviting a little critical whiplash.

Download Iggy's TrapGold mixtape for free on her website, watch four exclusive live performances below, and if you're heading to Europe this summer (grrrr), look out for her upcoming European tour dates!

Photo credit: Island Def Jam

Monday, July 1, 2013

Chat With LHHATL's Traci + Drew

'Enter the Dragon' Actor Jim Kelly Dies at 67

Jim Kelly, Enter the Dragon Actor, Dies

07/01/2013 at 06:05 AM EDT

'Enter the Dragon' Actor Jim Kelly Dies at 67
Jim Kelly, in Enter the Dragon
Subscribe to PEOPLE Magazine
Jim Kelly, who played a glib American martial artist in 1973's Enter the Dragon with Bruce Lee, has died. He was 67.

Marilyn Dishman, Kelly's ex-wife, said he died Saturday of cancer at his home in San Diego.

Sporting an Afro hairstyle and sideburns, Kelly made a splash with his one-liners and fight scenes in the martial-arts classic. His later films included Three the Hard Way, Black Belt Jones and Black Samurai.

During a 2010 interview with, Kelly said he started studying martial arts in 1964 in Kentucky and later moved to California where he earned a black belt in karate. He said he set his sights on becoming an actor after winning karate tournaments. He also played college football.

The role in the Bruce Lee film was his second. He had about a dozen film roles in the 1970s before his acting work tapered off. In recent years, he drew lines of autograph seekers at comic book conventions.

"It was one of the best experiences in my life," he told of working on Enter the Dragon.

''Bruce was just incredible, absolutely fantastic. I learned so much from working with him. I probably enjoyed working with Bruce more than anyone else I'd ever worked with in movies because we were both martial artists. And he was a great, great martial artist. It was very good."

'Enter the Dragon' Actor Jim Kelly Dies at 67 :