“Don’t Fail Me Now” is the debut lead single by American recording artist Melanie Amaro, the winner of the first season of the USA’s The X Factor. The song was released as her debut single on August 1, 2012 from her upcoming untitled debut album.
The track was Produced by Rodney…
“Big Hoops (Bigger the Better)” is the lead music video and single from Canadian singer-songwriter, record producer and actress Nelly Furtado‘s upcoming fifth studio album, The Spirit Indestructible.
The song premiered on Nelly Furtado’s official YouTube VEVO channel as a Lyric video in late April 2012. The music video
The music video features Michael Madsen, best known for his role as Mr….
“Big Hoops (Bigger the Better)” is the lead single from Canadian singer-songwriter, record producer and actress Nelly Furtado‘s upcoming fifth studio album, The Spirit Indestructible.
The song premiered on Nelly Furtado’s official YouTube VEVO channel as a Lyric video in late April 2012.
The song, produced by Rodney “Darkchild“…
“Glow In The Dark” is the debut lead single from American singer Carishma‘s upcoming studio album.
The Banger of a Track was produced by was produced by Rodney ‘Darkchild‘ Jerkins premiered in late October 2011.
‘Glow In the Dark’ was also featured in the commercial for Snap-On Feathers. Carishma is currently…
The track features production by Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins.
“Just Can’t Get Enough” is the official second single from American pop and experimental hip-hop music group The Black Eyed Peas‘ sixth studio album, The Beginning.
It is set to be released in early February 2011 as a single. (more…)
“One Thing Leads to Another” is the first single from American R&B singer Ray J‘s upcoming fifth studio album, Raydiation 2.
The track was released in early mid October 2010. (more…)
“Perfect Nightmare” is a song by Barbadian recording artist Shontelle. It is the second single released from her second studio album, No Gravity. The official music video premiered in early October 2010.
In the Colin Tilley-directed clip, she sings away her frustration over the fact that she can’t tell her boxer boyfriend goodbye although she has been…
“Telephone” is a song by American recording artist Lady Gaga from her second studio album The Fame Monster, featuring American R&B singer Beyoncé Knowles and is produced by Darkchild. Gaga originally wrote “Telephone” for Britney Spears, however plans did not go through, and Gaga recorded the song herself, with Beyoncé as…
Make Me is a song by American recording artist Janet Jackson from her second greatest hits compilation Number Ones. It was written by Jackson, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Thomas Lumpkins, and Michaela Shiloh.
It features an up-tempo disco beat and lyrical hook reminiscent of her material from the 1980s. The song has received critical praise, with commentators comparing the song…
“The One” is the first single from Mary J. Blige‘s upcoming album Stronger. The producer of the song is Rodney Jerkins aka Darkchild and the writers are Mary J. Blige and Canadian rapper Drake, who is also featured on it. (more…)
“The One” is the first single from the upcoming 2009 album by Mary J. Blige. The producer of the song is Rodney Jerkins aka Darkchild and the writers are Mary J. Blige and Canadian rapper Drake, who also features on it.
Blige told Angie Martinez…
Ciara‘s latest album “Fantasy Ride” attempts to take the listeners through none other than a “Fantasy Ride”. This album is Ciara’s debut of her “Super C” which is here alter-ego that comes out when she’s on stage and performing. Super C can be seen in the video “Go Girl”. This album kicked off her first promo single…
“Girls” is the first single from Se7en, whom is a South Korean pop/R&B singer. He is readily preparing for his American debut for his first Untitled American album.
“Girls” is the first single from Se7en, whom is a South Korean pop/R&B singer. He is readily preparing for his American debut for his first Untitled American album. The track features Lil’ Kim and was produced by Darkchild. The video has been shot and should be premiering soon.
“Sidekick” is the third single from American R&B singer Natasha‘s upcoming debut album.
“Whatcha Think About That” is the second single from the Pussycat Dolls.
The track features Missy Elliott and the video version is produced by Darkchild.
Apparently, they weren’t sure how well the single would do – so they spent all their music video budget on the outfits. You know, something people would actually be looking at, and ignore the fact there is no scenery.
“Whatcha Think About That” is the second single from the Pussycat Dolls‘ sophomore studio album Doll Domination. The song features guest vocals by rapper Missy Elliott. It samples the song “Je m’appelle Jane” by Jane Birkin and Mickey 3D. The original is produced by Polow Da Don, and the remix is produced by Darkchild.
Pussycat Dolls feat. Missy…
“What Them Girls Like” is the first single from Ludacris‘s sixth studio album Theater of the Mind. The single co-stars Chris Brown and Sean Garrett and is produced by Darkchild.
“Angel” is a song from Natasha Bedingfield’s US album Pocketful Of Sunshine. It was released as the album’s third single in North America. The song was produced by Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, hence the “Darkchild forever” line at the beginning of the song.