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Wednesday, October 04, 2006

My Official Blendz

So Excited JQ Offcial Blend Remix

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Maneater JQ Offcial Blend Remix

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This site will be updated regularly with my Blend Remixes

Monday, August 28, 2006

The House Party R&B Pleaser

The House Party Pleaser - There's Something For Everyone
One Continuious Mix
That is broken into Sessions, you wont need a DJ

The Party Starter Session

Upgrade You – Beyonce Ft. Jay Z (New)
So Excited – Janet Ft. Khia (New)
SugarDaddy – Nina Sky (New)
Show Me That Work – 112 (New)
Hold Me Down – Danity Kane
Come To Me – Diddy Ft. Nicole (From PCD)
Buttons (Coli Park Remix) – PCD
Fucked UP – Rhea (New Artist – HOT)
Too Grown For That – Tamia (New)
Bills Bills Bills (ATL Remix) – Destiny’s Child (HOT)
Wassup – Xscape (Sorta New lol)
Fired Up (Scott Storch) – Jessica Simpson (New Version)
Get Up (Video Version) – Ciara

The Grind Session
Down (Reaggaton) – Nina Sky Remix (HOT)
Deja Vue (Reaggaton Remix) – Beyonce
Ghetto Story – Cham and Alica Keys (HOT)
Breath (Reaggaton) – Lenny Kravitz and Luny Tunes (SO HOT)

The Down South Session

Ride – Nina Sky and Chamillion
ShowStopper – Danity Kane (P.DiddyMix)
EveryTime The Beat Drops - Monica
About Us – Brook Hogan Ft. Paul Wall
I’m Bossy – Kelis

The Back in The Day Blend Session

HeartBeat Interlude to JQ Remixes
Survivor - JQ Blend
There U Go - JQ Blend
Pay Your Bills - JQ Blend
Waiting For Da Holla Drumline – JQ Blend
Don’t Stop – JQ DANCERS Blend


Brandy - New Album Slated for Early 2007


Friday, August 25, 2006

Mathew Knowles is PISSED over Beyonce Gossip

Matthew Knowles has never been one to play by the book.
In an unusual move, Beyonce's manager/father has just released a statement addressing all the criticisms his daughter's been receiving lately, mainly stemming from the poorly-received first two singles (and accompanying videos) off the singer's new album, B'Day.
Read Matthew's statement....BELOW

It is apparent that there is a consistent plan by some to create chaos around Beyonce's B-Day album release on Sept 5 in the US. First, it was a petition against the single, "Deja vu", then a rumor regarding conflict between Beyonce and Rihanna, seizures caused by the "Ring the Alarm" video, putting out a single to compete with LeToya's album and now to add to all the ridiculous rumors, is my plan to postpone the release of her B-Day album. What will be next? Beyonce's cut off all her hair? Dyed it green? Maybe she's singing the songs in reverse with some hidden subliminal message!

Unfortunately what it shows is that anyone can go on the internet and create rumors and the media in some cases will pick up these stories and run with them which influence the consumer's perception.

Beyonce has sold over a 140 million records as an artist. Over half sold outside of America. 2500 responses for a petition on the internet (which really represents often the same people responding 2-3 times) go online with a petition regarding "Déjà vu" and it's national news? Think about that for a minute. 140 million records sold versus 2500 responses about a video. Does that really equate to a major concern? The answer is No!

I couldn't be happier with where "DejaVu" is on the charts. It's a Top 10 song on Billboard 100 and #1n this week's R&B charts. Mid week numbers in the UK is trending at #1 for the "Deja Vu" single for this week. Records have broken in Japan regarding ringtone sales of "Deja Vu." It is one of the most ever streamed videos at Yahoo. "Ring The Alarm" was added to TRL on its first day of airing and it is on the R&B charts this week which gives Beyonce two singles on the charts at the same time.

Our plan is to have three singles on the charts together. For this album we have a unique strategy. Rather than concern ourselves with purely chart positioning we are focusing on the combine audiences who are listening and are aware of the singles on the album. That strategy is based on the combine belief of Beyonce, SonyBMG and Music World. This is unique, creative body of work on B-Day and every song is a potential single.

After all what do we know? Some weeklies reviewed "Independent Women" and gave it a "D-" and Beyonce's first album "Dangerously in Love," a "D".

And just for the record, Beyonce's success or failure for me is not based on the number of records she sells. For me it's based on how proud I am that she is a genuine good person (Ask anyone who's worked with her). That she always has a kind word for others. That she is respectful and honest. That she gives back to her community and that she has so much love for her family. That she has grown to be such a leader. And lastly, she has the confidence not to be bothered by these planned distractions.


JT & Beyonce - One Night Only

So here is your chance to preview the FULL Album


1. Futuresex/Lovesound

2. Sexyback

3. Sexy Ladies/Let Me Talk to You Prelude

4. My Love (Feat T.I.)

5. Lovestoned/I Think She Knows Interlude

6. What Goes Around.../...Comes Around Interlude

7. Chop Me Up (Feat. Three 6 Mafia & Timbaland)

8. Damn Girl (Feat. Will.I.Am)

9. Summer Love/Set the Mood Prelude

10. Until the End of Time (With Benjamin Orchestra Wright)

11. Losing My Way

12. (Another Song) All Over Again

13. Pose (Feat. Snoop Dogg) *Bonus Not On Album*



1. Deja Vu (ft. Jay-Z)

2. Get Me Bodied

3. Suga Mama

4. Upgrade U (ft. Jay-Z)

5. Ring the Alarm

6. Kitty Kat

7. Freakum Dress

8. Green Light

9. Irreplaceable

10. Resentment

11. Check On It (ft.Bun B & Slim Thug) /

Encore for the Fans/

Listen (from Dream Girls) /

Get Me Bodied (Extended Mix)

12. Deja Vu (No Rap)


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Thursday, August 24, 2006

London Bridge JQ House BLEND Remix

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Another Hot Live Performance by DANITY KANE

Thursday, August 03, 2006


Ok so I have been slacking this week, not my fault - this damn Flu got the best of me and tackled me to the bed for 4 days straight (forward). So I'm able to get out of that damn bed finally and I bring you great gifts.

1. Xtina - B2B
Thats right the whole CD (the link will be deleted on Friday
so if you don't get it now, don't ask me later (not my link)
BUY THE ALBUM (The link is for true fans that cant wait)

2. Danity Kane 6 Song Sampler
Hold Me Down
One Shot(Handle It)
Right Now
Want It From You
I Wish
ft.Yung Joc - Show Stopper

3. Cassie - Cassie
Same thing here, Buy the Album
credit to jOnnyaLi's
password: iloveblockparty

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

NO SH!T, Like We All Didnt Know

Lance Bass is gay:

Wednesday, July 26, 2006 at 10:52am
This story comes from

Lance Bass, the former 'N Sync heartthrob, reveals that he is gay, in an exclusive interview with PEOPLE. "I knew that I was in this popular band and I had four other guys' careers in my hand, and I knew that if I ever acted on it or even said (that I was gay), it would overpower everything," says Bass, referring to bandmates Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, JC Chasez and Justin Timberlake. "I didn’t know: Could that be the end of ’N Sync? So I had that weight on me of like, ‘Wow, if I ever let anyone know, it's bad.' So I just never did," he says speaking about his sexual orientation for the first time with PEOPLE. Now, after years of keeping his personal life private, the Mississippi-bred, Southern Baptist-reared Bass, 27, is publicly revealing what he first shared with his friends, then his shocked family.

"He took years to really think about how he was going to tell everyone," says his close buddy Fatone, 29, who was the first 'N Sync bandmate to find out Bass is gay. "I back him up 100 percent." Adds Bass’s longtime pal, actress Christina Applegate: "I've always accepted him as who he is. It's about his own serenity at this point." Having pursued acting, producing and – most memorably – space flight after ’N Sync went on hiatus in 2002, Bass now is looking ahead to new beginnings. He is in a "very stable" relationship with model-actor-Amazing Race winner Reichen Lehmkuhl, 32, and is developing an Odd Couple-inspired sitcom pilot with Fatone in which his character will be gay. Mostly, though, he’s just enjoying the relief that comes with the culmination of a long, at times emotionally fraught journey. "The thing is, I’m not ashamed – that’s the one thing I want to say," he explains of his decision to come out. "I don't think it's wrong, I'm not devastated going through this. I'm more liberated and happy than I’ve been my whole life. I'm just happy."