Jump to navigation. From their mean side to how they share a love-hate relationship with each other, the trailer, as it claims, shows the unseen personality of these ladies. Fabulous Lives Of Bollywood Wives, as the makers claim, is the reflection of life of actors' wives. Maheep Kapoor says in the trailer, "People have this misconception about us that we have these 'Oh so glamorous lives' but that's not really true. Our lives can be quite mundane. The trailer also shows that Maheep, Bhavana, Seema and Neelam have known each other for 25 years. While they are great friends, they also don't shy away from "taking potshots" at each other. Apart from the four Bollywood wives, the trailer has a surprise element. Gauri Khan, who is an indispensable part of the star-wives club, makes a cameo in the trailer. And guess what?
It is hard to decipher how many streams a song has received these days, with so many music platforms and so many versions and releases of the same song on each of these platforms. Streaming numbers are even harder to calculate because songs are constantly uploaded and deleted, making stream counts almost obsolete in a technological age where creative permanence has been erased. Nevertheless, the most popular songs, and the most popular uploads of songs, still get the most views on YouTube. The movie featured a soundtrack from the political hip-hop group Public Enemy. Hip-hop quickly became a cultural force against political oppression during the '80s. More so, "Fight The Power" would become emblematic of the genre because of its use of sampling, including samples of activists speaking. Although her lyrics are not political, "Afro Puffs" is thematically political, channeling The Lady of Rage's political and gendered rage as a Black woman. Her afro puffs represent the energy of her anger, and her strength to continue to be as feminine and as Black as possible without reserve despite what American culture at the time dictated. Union also appeared as the love interest in the movie, while Amerie, at the height of her career, provided the chorus for the song. Blige, and Angie Stone.
Known as Mr. Showmanship, Wladziu Valentino Liberace made millions of dollars entertaining audiences with his flamboyant performances. In honor of what would have been his th birthday on May 16, here are 13 facts about the entertainer. If YouTube existed in the s, videos of a young Liberace expertly playing the piano would definitely have gone viral. Born in Wisconsin on May 16, , Liberace started playing the piano when he was just 3 years old , and began proper lessons soon after. He quickly learned to play by ear, replicating the songs his older siblings were playing. It became obvious that he was a prodigy, and by the time he was 7, his father—himself a professional musician who once toured with John Philip Sousa's concert band playing the French horn—enrolled him at the Wisconsin College of Music. As a teenager, Liberace played piano in clubs, movie theaters, symphonies, and classical music competitions around Wisconsin and the Midwest. But around , he decided to go mononymous—he told people that it was because his idol, the Polish pianist Ignacy Paderewski, only went by his last name.
It is also on Tamia 's album More. It reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot , becoming the second single from the album to reach the top 10 after top 10 single, "Can't Let You Go". The song stayed on the Billboard Hot chart throughout , and finished at number In addition both the album and single versions got heavy radio-play resulting in all three artists being credited on the Billboard Hot The music video for the single is 4 minutes and 20 seconds long and was originally supposed to have Ashanti in it, but because Irv Gotti refuses to allow Ashanti to shoot the video, Fabolous and his record label were forced to go with Tamia for the video instead. The video was shot primarily on a beach, for a summer vibe to keep the single hot and make it a summer hit, even though the song itself was released in March. Aubert also makes a cameo in the video as his love interest. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.