New PRINCE Song! “Rock & Roll Love Affair” Listen Now!!!

PRINCE's new song "Rock & Roll Love Affair" debuted on an Iheart Radio station in Chicago this morning.

We were sent the photo above to post with the new song.

Rumor has it a video was shot for the song the same day that he shot "People Pleaser" with Andy Allo at his Paisley Park Studios earlier this month.

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Check out the song above and let us know what you think of "Rock & Roll Love Affair" by PRINCE.-DocFB


New PRINCE Protegé Andy Allo: “Sumthin’ FUNKY Comin'”….

Andy Allo. Photo: Andy Allo
Andy Allo. Photo: Andy Allo

Andy Allo. Photo: Andy Allo

New Prince protegé Andy Allo is letting it be known that "Sumthin' FUNKY comin' this WEEK!" and wanting to know if we are ready. Answer? Funk yea!

Andy took to her Twitter page today to ask that question.  Click the photo above for the full image.

It has not even been a year since we saw Andy Allo perform with Prince at the Troubadour show in Los Angeles, a gig that L.A. Weekly named the concert of the year.

Prince did 2 shows that night.  The first show, Andy Allo performed "Let's Get It On" by Marvin Gaye.  The second show, Andy performed "Wait In Vain" by Bob Marley with Prince providing background vocals.  That is the moment we became a fan of Andy Allo.

Prince & Andy Allo. Photo NPG Records 2011

Prince & Andy Allo. Photo NPG Records 2011

We unfortunately did not see Andy perform with Prince at any of his remaining L.A. Forum residence shows, but he took Andy on the road with him to Europe and to Canada last year, where she became a member of his band, The New Power Generation.

We have heard rumors that Andy has recorded new material with Prince recently.  During the European tour, she posted songs on her Facebook Fan Page that appeared to be recorded with Prince including covers of his songs "Guitar", "We Can Funk" (rechristened "Oui Can Luv") and a cover of "Love Is A Losing Game" by Amy Winehouse.

We don't know yet exactly what "FUNKY" thing Andy is bringing but color us purple and very interested.-DocFB

Diagnosis:  Expect negative comments from former Prince protegé's in 5...4...3..2...1


Katy Perry Covers The New Rolling Stone

Katy Perry. Photo: Rolling Stone.com
Katy Perry. Photo: Rolling Stone.com

Katy Perry. Photo: Rolling Stone.com

Katy Perry is averaging a Rolling Stone cover once a year and always make sure it is hot.  This time, she shelves some personal information about herself.

She has gotten political.  Katy says:   "Our priority is fame, and people's wellness is way low. I saw this knowing full well that I'm a part of the problem. I'm playing the game, though I am trying to reroute. Anyway, not to get all politically divulging and introspective, but the fact that America doesn't have free health care drives me fucking absolutely crazy, and is so wrong."

Katy also says that she used to pray for breasts when she is 11.  Well....she got them!

The new Rolling Stone should be on newsstands now....if you find one.-Dr.FB

Diagnosis:  Tape Them Down


New Beyonce “Run The World (Girls)”

Here is the latest n not the greatest from Beyonce "Run The World (Girls)" and it seems like this is some outdated Destiny's Child stuff.

Take a listen and tell me what you think of the new Beyonce?-Dr.FB


The New A-Team

The New A-Team. Photo: Michael Mueller
The New A-Team. Photo: Michael Mueller

The New A-Team. Photo: Michael Mueller

I am not much for remakes but the casting in this makes me like this remake a lot.

Liam Neeson, Sharlto Copely, Quentin "Rampage" Jackson and Bradley Cooper. They did a good job staying close to the originals and so far, the word on it is pretty good.

Will you see it when it comes out?-Dr.FB


Michael Jackson’s “This Is It” Written For Someone Else?

Here is Michael Jackson's "new" song called "This Is It" sung by Saifre? 17 years ago?

Well, this is interesting. It seems Michael Jackson's "This Is It", which was written in 1991, was given to the female singer Safire and was written with Michael and Paul Anka.

What gives? He names the tour that was to take place before his death "This Is It" so it seems there were plans(?) to go into his unreleased catalog and release it....or was it all some weird coincidence?

Safire had a HUGE HUGE hit in 1987 called "Let Me Be The One" and is a freestlye classic. "This Is It" was to be released on her "I Wasn't Born Yesterday" CD but was never released.

Sony? AEG? Any explanation?

Michael Jackson fans, how do you feel?-Dr.FB


Video: New Yeah Yeah Yeahs “Heads Will Roll”

Here is the new video from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs entitled "Heads Will Roll" and I am kind of liking it.

What do you think?-Dr.FB