Sunday, September 6, 2009

Music can not be racist or chauvinistic - just can't
Brooke Hogan, Redemption, Paris Hilton and Britney Spears

The beauty with music is you can’t tell if it is black or white, what country the singer is from. Truth be told, today it is not about the singer – machines can fix that – it’s about the record produce and his or her vision.

Currently listening to Redemption by Brooke Hogan. Many have knocked her and Paris Hilton (both remind me of each other even more than musically). I find Redemption an enjoyable work and I look forward to Paris Hilton’s next CD, too.

Unfortunately for Hogan, her producer has included the usually Britney Spears clone (Ruff Me Up); except it starts out as Womanizer and ends being Radar. Even Kelly Clarkson suffered cloning.

As stated, it’s the producer. All I Want is You could be Mandy Moore, but it’s Brooke Hogan.

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