King Bey is back with yet another visual from her album 4. This time around she serves “Love On Top” with inspiration from “Love On Top” wasn’t one of my favorites until she performed it at the MTV Awards.
I was just browsing through the internet, and I came across this article, written for men by a man. I thought it was quite interesting for Ladies to read what kind of woman you DON’T want to be if you wanna catch a mate. Enjoy ;)
When pursuing your lady, use this as a guide—The Player’s list of five types of women you should avoid. The Player has encountered many types of women in his existence, so who better to make a list than someone who’s been through the entire book? Don’t worry though, this list isn’t gospel—it simply offers a few guidelines to keep you from meeting Dr. Jekyll, but dating Mrs. Hyde… proceed at your own discretion.
Every man likes an articulate woman, a girl who can voice her opinion, sound intelligent and impress your friends with a philosophical debate on the downward spiral of modern politics. OK, maybe that’s pushing it a bit, but a woman with verbal confidence can be a hell of a turn-on. But let’s be realistic—while it’s always nice to date someone who is charismatic and well-versed, it’s something quite different to date a woman who beats the opinionated war drum.
The idea has been spread all over the world that if a husband sometimes goes to some other woman then this is going to destroy the marriage. It is absolutely wrong. On the contrary, if every marriage has the weekend free it will cement your relationship more strongly, because your marriage is not disturbing your freedom, because your wife understands the need for variety. These are human needs.
While most may know singer Olivia (@1andonlyOlivia) for being the First Lady of G-Unit whose album never saw light of day, I know Olivia as the First Lady of J Records. Olivia was the first artist to sign to Clive Davis’ J Records. Her lead single “Bizounce” for self-titled debut album was certified gold, in 2000.
In 2004, Olivia emerged as the First Lady of G-Unit Records. Although G-Unit was at the height of its reign, day 1 fans of Olivia, such as myself, were not impressed with her being the “hook queen” on the label. Olivia’s debut album was more of “hood R&B” sound with female anthems, cues “Silly Bitch In Love”, and that was not what we were seeing with G-Unit.
Now Olivia is back with a new reality T.V show (Love and Hip Hop) and a new single entitled “December”. The song may end up being the Side-Line Whore anthem, but she is definitely sanging.