“Show Me” is the first official music video and single from Ex-Pussycat Dolls’ member, dancer, singer, & recording artist Jessica Sutta‘s upcoming debut studio album. She is best known as a member of the American pop girl group and dance ensemble, the Pussycat Dolls. She left the group in January 2010 to embark her solo career. She is currently
“Hush Hush“ is a song recorded in 2008 by the Pussycat Dolls with lead and background vocals performed by lead singer Nicole Scherzinger. The other Pussycat Dolls only perform the background vocals and small parts on the chorus. It is the sixth single released from Doll Domination, or fifth if you do not include “Bottle Pop”
The Pussycat Dolls have teamed up with two time Oscar winner A.R. Rahman for an English interpretation of the song “Jai Ho”, the spectacular finale to the Oscar winner for Best Picture, Slumdog Millionaire. Find more videos like this on The Hype Factor
“Jai Ho“ is a Hindi song composed by A. R. Rahman, written by Gulzar, and performed by Sukhwinder Singh and Rahman, for the end credits of the film Slumdog Millionaire (2008), where it accompanies a choreographed Bollywood dance sequence. The song was recorded in 2009 by The Pussycat Dolls with English lyrics and featuring lead
“Bad Girl” is a single by the Pussycat Dolls off the upcoming movie soundtrack Confessions of a Shopaholic. The track leaked late last year and it had vocals from Rihanna and featured Chris Brown. This version doesn’t feature much different from that version besides it lacks a rap and a minute or two.
“Bottle Pop” is the fourth single from the Pussycat Dolls second studio album Doll Domination. The video does not feature Snoop Dogg, however the album version does – not sure if it’s because this is a rough cut or not. Find more videos like this on The Hype Factor
1. Sober (Bimbo Jones Radio Edit) – Pink 2. I Stay In Love (Jody den Broeder Radio Edit) – Mariah Carey 3. If I Were A Boy (Karmatronic Remix Radio Edit) – Beyonce 4. When You Leave (Numa Numa) (Basshunter Radio Mix) – Alina 5. I Hate This Part (Moto Blanco Radio) – The Pussycat
1. Mad – Ne-Yo 2. I Stay In Love – Mariah Carey 3. Permanent Monday – Jordin Sparks 4. Heartless – Kanye West 5. I’m So Paid – Akon f./Lil Wayne 6. Just Like Me – Jamie Foxx f./T.I. 7. Numba 1 (Tide Is High) – Kardinal Offishall f./Keri Hilson 8. Break Ya Ankles –
1. Womanizer – Britney Spears 2. If I Were A Boy – Beyonce 3. Light On – David Cook 4. Live Your Life – T.I. f./Rihanna 5. Us Against The World – Christina Milian 6. Gives You Hell – All-American Rejects 7. I Stay In Love – Mariah Carey 8. Gotta Be Somebody – Nickelback
The Pussycat Dolls and Missy Elliott performed “Whatcha Think About That” live on Dancing with the Stars recently. Check out their live (vocals included) performance. Listen/Download:
One lucky #1 fan of the Pussycat Dolls got to go behind the scenes of their new video “Whatcha Think About That“. As you already know, their video “Whatcha Think About That” (featuring Missy Elliott) leaked forever ago.
1. Keeps Gettin’ Better – Christina Aguilera 2. Rehab – Rihanna 3. Love Remains The Same – Gavin Rossdale 4. Seventeen Forever (Radio Mix) – Metro Station 5. Miss Independent – Ne-Yo 6. Without You – Hinder 7. Whatcha Think About That – The Pussycat Dolls f./Missy Elliott 8. Lovebug – Jonas Brothers 9. Whatever
“I Hate This Part” is the second main single by the Pussycat Dolls from Doll Domination, and the third in the U.S. It will be released as main single in the U.S. to Chr/Pop stations, while “Out of This Club” with R. Kelly and Polow Da Don will be released to Urban stations and is
“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
“Numba 1 (Tide Is High)” is a track featured on Kardinal Offishall‘s debut album Not 4 Sale. Three female vocalists had a chance to be on the track. Rihanna (who was on the album version), Keri Hilson, and Nicole Scherzinger. Who rocked it better? Listen/Download: Kardinal Offishall feat. Rihanna – Numba 1 (Tide Is High)
“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
Listening to the new Pussycat Dolls album Doll Domination you’re not quite sure what to expect. You don’t want to set your expectations too high, but you need to remember these are the girls who brought you “Don’t Cha“, and “Buttons” – so I don’t know about you, but my bar is definitely set high
“When I Grow Up” is the official single for the Pussycat Dolls and produced by Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins for the Pussycat Dolls’ upcoming sophomore studio album Doll Domination. The Remix features Diddy, Lil’ Wayne, Fatman Scoop & Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins as well as a new more-urban beat.
1. All I See (Mark Picchiotti Funk Vocal) – Kylie Minogue 2. Shut Up And Let Me Go (Chris Lake U.K. Vocal) – The Ting Tings 3. Give It 2 Me (Paul Oakenfold Remix) – Madonna 4. Hot Stuff (Let’s Dance) (Dave Aude Club Mix) – Craig David 5. Underneath (Josh Harris Club Mix) –
Danity Kane had the chance to performance in place of Pussycat Dolls on “Pop Goes Country” episode of Nashville Star. This is either horribly bad, or quite well, depending on how much of a fan you are for Danity Kane. Or maybe, depending on how much you like the Pussycat Dolls – maybe you’re still
1. One Step At A Time – Jordin Sparks 2. Moving Mountains – Usher 3. Girls Around The World – Lloyd f./Lil Wayne 4. Disturbia – Rihanna 5. A Milli – Lil Wayne 6. No Matter What – T.I. 7. Get Silly – V.I.C. f./Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em 8. Gifts – Ray J 9. Got
Here’s the video premiere for “When I Grow Up” from the Pussycat Dolls‘, which is their first single from their upcoming album Doll Domination. Britney Spears was set to make a cameo appearance in the video, but from the looks of it, it looks like she was cut from the final video.