Share via Email 1. Jay-Z, Umbrella While this Bajan spokesmodel's first two hits - 'Pon De Replay', and the one with a bit of 'Tainted Love' in it - did the jobs required of them but nothing more, 'Umbrella' is far more than just a functional accoutrement. Mentor Jay-Z's seemingly lackadaisical intro sets the scene by smuggling in a great CEO-style simile about rain 'coming down like the Dow Jones'. And just as the sublimely improper concept of Rihanna as a kind of human nest-egg - someone he has put away for a rainy day - starts to take shape. Formed in March , they split in January without playing a single show.
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Lindsay Lohan and company and quasi-celebrity "cool bands" he's down with Klaxons , Justice. On his first mix album, oddly credited to him as if an artist album, Aoki gets to pull out all the "cool band" stops in his arsenal, both in the mix selections and in the friends he recruits to deliver guest raps atop the music. It appears that the only instruction Aoki gave his pals was to talk dirty. Using as many expletives as possible. Perhaps that's a smokescreen so that listeners won't notice how mediocre Aoki 's mixing skills are -- though one could assume that if you're in Aoki 's target demographic, his lack of mixing skills won't exactly keep you up at night.