AHHHH! I’m SO happy to announce that I’ll be performing at Queerlesque Pride Showcase on Friday 15th February at 7pm during the Auckland Pride Festival.
My own slot, my own show, wow. I’m so honored to be performing in such an amazing event with such talented performers.
My Unicorn is coming to life… xo ^_^
Buy tickets here: http://www.eventfinder.co.nz/2013/queerlesque-pride-2013/auckland
I hope to see you all there in the crowd going crazy and fist pumping. gonna be one hell of a party!
I loved so many songs this year but these are the few that really stuck out, each for their own reason..
- The Faves -
Marina & the Diamonds
This album literally helped me through the toughest parts of this year. left broken by the first person I had loved in years, excluded from friends I thought cared, betrayed yet again by a best friend. Marina changed my views on love and life, forever. I feel so much stronger and wiser because of this album. #ThePrimadonnaLife became more than a lyric in a catchy song, it became a religion, a lifestyle. ‘fake it till you make it’ and I made it through.
Fear & Freedom
This album that overtook all of the sad those parts of the year and made them worthless. Ricki-Lee from season one Australia shines in this dance-pop album that made me dance away all of my problems and say to all the basics, ‘I need it raining diamonds’ either step up or fuck off, in a classy way of course.
Carly Rae Jepsen
Carly proves she’s more than a one hit wonder. Every single track is pop perfection, which is very hard to do these days but she does it, lyrically and musically.
Born to Die
Lana Del Rey
I was so skeptical with Lana after Video Games blew up the internet late 2011, but after hearing this album I understood exactly what she was doing. Every artist needs an image, a sound and she owns the field she’s in perfectly.
- Special Mentions -
Megalomania - Aqua.
This was released overseas in 2011 but wasn’t release on iTunes NZ till 2012. Every song is danceable and they have such basic lyrics which I love. If it had been released 6 months earlier and had some decent promotion we could have had an actual Aqua comeback, sadly the world knew nothing of this album, it’s a shame.
MDNA - Madonna.
I don’t really care much for her anymore but you can’t deny that this was a great album. Love the experimental dance tracks, not quite Kylie level though. Even her ballads are good, Madonna does have a nice singing voice when it’s stripped back.
Unapologetic - Rihanna.
Finally after 6 albums, Rihanna finally releases an actual structured album that isn’t just full of chart possible singles. The people who wrote these songs must have read her diary, or just her Twitter because they fit her and her situation perfectly.
Lotus - Christina Aguilera.
It’s so sad that Lotus is flopping more than Bionic because this is such a strong Xtina album. I personally don’t think she over sings at all on any tracks, they all fit her voice. The dance tracks are sassy, not slutty (cept for flawless Your Body) and the ballads are so beautiful written.
dont-forget-the-violence asked: I love your hair n.n
naww thank you sweetie :) the ginger in the pic or now? (I shaved it all off a month or so ago to show support for a friend going through cancer…)