Saturday, May 5, 2012

Beastie Boys:"Adam Yauch died at 47


 Adam Yauch, the gravelly voiced rapper who helped make the Beastie Boys one of the seminal groups in hip-hop, died Friday. He was 47.
Yauch, also known as MCA, died in New York after a nearly three-year battle with cancer, his representatives said. He had been diagnosed with a cancerous salivary gland in 2009.
At the time, Yauch expressed hope that it was "very treatable," but his illness forced the group to cancel shows and delayed the release of their 2011 album, "Hot Sauce Committee, Pt. 2."
He hadn't performed in public since 2009 and was absent when the Beastie Boys were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last month.
Yauch was an integral, founding member to the ever-weaving trio: three Jewish kids from New York who found widespread respect in a hip-hop world with few credible white performers.
In a 25-year span that covered four No. 1 albums and more than 40 million records sold, the Beastie Boys played both prankster and pioneer, a groundbreaking act that helped bring hip-hop to the mainstream.
"The group's music crossed genres and color lines and helped bring rap to a wider audience," said Neil Portnow, president of the Recording Academy. "Yauch was an immense talent and creative visionary."
The demure, gray-haired Yauch wasn't the most boastful B-Boy; he was the thoughtful one and a steady source of the trio's innovative spirit. A devoted Buddhist, he led the group in performing concerts to benefit Tibet, and, as a filmmaker, he helped grow their imagery.
The rapper Q-Tip, a member of another major '90s New York hip-hop group, recalled that the Beastie Boys "showed us the ropes." Sean "Diddy" Combs called Yauch "a true pioneer and a creative force who paved the way for so many of us." The rapper Nas lamented the loss of a "brother."
"I think it's obvious to anyone how big an influence the Beastie Boys were on me and so many others," Eminem said. "They are trailblazers and pioneers and Adam will be sorely missed."
The Brooklyn-born Yauch formed the Beastie Boys with high school friend Michael "Mike D" Diamond. Originally conceived as a hardcore punk group, they played their first show on Yauch's 17th birthday.
In a letter from Yauch read by fellow Beastie Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, Yauch recalled their early days at his parents' home in Brooklyn, "where we used to practice on hot Brooklyn summer days after school, windows open to disturb the neighborhood."
The group became a hip-hop trio soon after Horovitz joined and coalesced after Yauch dropped out of Bard College two years into his studies. They released their chart-topping debut "Licensed to Ill" in 1986, a raucous album led by the anthem "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!)". It was the first hip-hop album to top the Billboard chart.
"Adam was incredibly sweet and the most sensitive artist, who I loved dearly," Russell Simmons, whose Def Jam label released "Licensed to Ill," said on his website.
In the seven studio albums that followed, the Beastie Boys expanded sonically and grew more musically ambitious.
Their follow-up, 1989's "Paul's Boutique," ended any suggestion that the group was a one-hit wonder. Extreme in its sampling and thoroughly layered, the album (produced by the Dust Brothers) was ranked the 156th greatest album ever by Rolling Stone magazine in 2003.
The Beastie Boys would later take up their own instruments — a rarity in hip-hop — on the album "Check Your Head" and subsequent releases. Yauch played bass.
On "Pass the Mic," he rapped: "If you can feel what I'm feeling then it's a musical masterpiece / If you can hear what I'm dealing with then that's cool at least / What's running through my mind comes through in my walk / True feelings are shown from the way that I talk."
For many, the Beastie Boys' lyrics — overflowing torrents of wit, humor and rhyme — were always the main draw. While other forms of hip-hop celebrated individualism, the Beastie Boys were a verbal tag team. Yauch once rapped, "on the tough guy style I'm not too keen."
Their popularity perhaps peaked with 1994's "Ill Communication," which spawned several of their most famous music videos, including "Sure Shot" and the Spike Jonze-directed "Sabotage" — a hit highlighted by Yauch's bass solo.
Yauch used the group's growing fame to attract awareness for Tibetan Buddists. He founded the Milarepa Fund to promote activism for Tibet in defense of what the nonprofit considered China's occupational government.
In 1996, Yauch and Milarepa produced a hugely popular benefit concert for Tibet in San Francisco, which was followed by more concerts over the next decade.
"He was a goofball and behind a lot of their prankiness, but if you wanted to talk to him about what was going on in the world and social issues and everything, you got a totally different guy," said Rick Krim, executive vice president of music and talent relations at Vh1.
Introducing the group at the Rock Hall, Public Enemy rapper Chuck D said the Beastie Boys "broke the mold."
"The Beastie Boys are indeed three bad brothers who made history," Chuck D said. "They brought a whole new look to rap and hip-hop. They proved that rap could come from any street — not just a few."
Yauch also went under the pseudonym Nathanial Hornblower when working as a filmmaker. He directed numerous videos for the group, as well as the 2006 concert film "Awesome: I F-----' Shot That!" and the basketball documentary, "Gunnin' for that (No.) 1 Spot."
In 2008, he co-founded the noted independent film distribution company Osciolloscope Laboratories, named after his New York studio.
Yauch is survived by his wife, Dechen Wangdu, and his daughter, Tenzin Losel Yauch.

Phil so good:"New Music Video promoting Philippines"


Manila (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - A new music video starring a Frenchman singing about his love for the Philippines is turning out to be a great pitch for tourism in the country.
The song, "Phil So Good", is written and performed by French writer-turned-musician Julien Drolon.
Shot on location across Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, the video can be seen on YouTube and on the website juliendrolon.com. It shows Drolon basking in the sun on various beaches in the country and extolling, in French and English, this "paradise on earth". He also visits other popular destinations.
The music is an upbeat mix of funk, reggae and dance pop, and lends a cosmopolitan touch to the tropical scenarios.
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But it is the guest appearance of Filipino actress Rhian Ramos that kicks the video into high gear. Ramos raps in English and Tagalog about what makes the country tick. She is visually arresting-singing and dancing, fixing the camera with persuasive eyes that seem to speak only the truth!
Drolon told Inquirer Entertainment that he saw Ramos' hilarious cameos on Moymoy Palaboy's famous spoof music videos, and was convinced she was perfect for "Phil So Good".
He said Rhian was one of the main reasons that he had decided to spend more time in the country. "More than the places, it's the people that made me come back again and again," he said.
Drolon, 30, produced an earlier video that was a cover version of VST & Co.'s "Ipagpatawad Mo (Forgive Me)", and featured a Filipino beauty queen, Venus Raj, fourth runner-up in the 2010 Miss Universe contest.
The Frenchman first came to Manila in 2007 while on assignment for an international news agency to write a story on investment prospects in the Philippines.
His five-month stay was extended to another five months when he was commissioned to write another article about the country.
After doing more writing around the world, he took a break in Mexico and Spain. He said spiritual enlightenment came to him in Mexico and led him to pursue music as a career.
"The Philippines is the land of music in Asia," Drolon said, explaining his decision to launch his music career here. "In France we don't live music the way Filipinos do."
He admitted that his passion was rooted in his appreciation of Bob Marley and Michael Jackson.
He has so far recorded six songs with an all-Filipino lineup of musicians that also serve as his regular band, including keyboardist Leal Nanca, who wrote the rap lyrics to "Phil So Good." Drolon has also worked with Noel Mendez, Jack Rufo, Rico Blanco and the band Brownman Revival.
The six tracks are contained in an EP album, also titled "Phil So Good", now available online through iTunes and Amazon. It will be released in music stores nationwide at the end of this month.
Drolon is currently on a mall tour around the country. He said he has signed a deal to distribute his album in China, and will promote the record in Spain and in France.

Philippine Skies:"Supermoon"(not Superman) will appear @ 11:35pm Tonight!


The biggest full moon of the year, a so-called "supermoon," will take center stage when it rises this weekend, and may interfere with the peak of an annual meteor shower created by the leftovers from Halley's comet.
The supermoon of 2012 is the biggest full moon of the yearand will occur on Saturday (May 5) at 11:35 p.m. EDT (0335 May 6), though the moon may still appear full to skywatchers on the day before and after the actual event. At the same time, the annual Eta Aquarid meteor shower will be hitting its peak, NASA scientists say.
"Its light will wash out the fainter Eta Aquarid meteors," NASA meteor expert Bill Cooke of the Marshall Space Flight Center told SPACE.com in an email. Still, Cooke said there's a chance that the brightest fireballs from the meteor display may still be visible.
A supermoon occurs when the moon hits its full phase at the same time it makes closest approach to Earth for the month, a lunar milestone known as perigee. Scientists also refer to the event as a "perigee moon," according to a NASA video on the 2012 supermoon.
That's exactly what will happen on Saturday, when the moon will swing within 221,802 miles (356,955 kilometers) of Earth — its closest approach of the entire year. Because the moon's orbit is not exactly circular, there is a 3-percent variation in its closest approaches to Earth each month. The average Earth-moon distance is about 230,000 miles (384,400 km).
With May's full moon timed with the moon's perigee, it could appear 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than other full moons of 2012, astronomer Tony Phillips explained in a NASA video. There is absolutely no chance the supermoon will threaten Earth.
The last supermoon was in March 2011. At the time, it was the biggest and brightest full moon in 18 years. [Amazing Supermoon Photos from 2011]
While the moon's extra brightness during the supermoon may wash out some of the fainter Eta Aquarid meteors, all is not lost, Cooke said.
"Our fireball cameras have already detected four bright ones. So I would say that the odds are pretty good that folks can see a bit of Halley's Comet over the next few days, if they care to take the time to look," Cooke explained. "They will be the big and bright ones, fewer in number with a rate of just a few per hour, but they will be there."
Cooke anticipates that the 2012 Eta Aquarid meteor shower will peak at up to 60 meteors per hour on May 5.
The eta Aquarid display is one of two meteor showers created by dust from Halley's comet (the Orionid shower in October is the other). It occurs every April and May when the Earth passes through a stream of debris cast off by comet Halley during its 76-year trip around the sun.
The eta Aquarid meteor shower of 2012 actually began on April 19 and ends on May 28, but its peak is in the overnight period between Saturday and Sunday (May 5 and 6).
"Meteor watchers in the Southern Hemisphere stand the best chance of seeing any meteors," a NASA advisory from the agency's Jet Propulsion Laboratory explained.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

American Idol: Skylar is OUT!!!


This week was British Week on "American Idol," and maybe that gave  Liverpool-born contestant Hollie Cavanagh some sort of small advantage. Hollie was in the bottom two on this Thursday's top five results show, for the umpteenth time, but in the end, she managed to scrape by yet again. Instead, shockingly, it was all-American girl Skylar Laine who quite undeservedly went home in fifth place.
Skylar goes home too soonSkylar was a girl that I'd always predicted could actually win this whole thing. The amazing little country-crooning pistol fired off one great performance after another, week after week...and yet, she often landed in the bottom two or three. Why? I thought country music was hugely popular among "Idol" viewers, judging from how last year's finale panned out (or by the fact that this week's guest performer, Carrie Underwood, is still the most successful Idol EVER). So where are all the people who voted for Season 10's Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina, huh? Skylar, in my opinion, is better than both of 'em.
Meanwhile, the first two singers sent to safety on Thursday were--surprise!--the male contestants, Joshua Ledet and Phillip Phillips (followed by girl wonder Jessica Sanchez). Joshua was not that much of a shock, considering all the gushing, boot-licking praise, not to mention the ELEVENTH standing ovation, he had received from the judges this week. But...Phillip?
Sure, P-Squared has been a favorite all season (he's still never been in the bottom two or three), but this week, he arguably gave his worst performances to date. It almost seemed like he didn't care anymore, whether he was sleepwalking through his Zombies cover, phoning in "The Letter," or awkwardly going through the motions on his "You've Lost That Loving Feeling" duet with Joshua. He really did seem to lose some sort of loving feeling this week, and even on Thursday's show, he couldn't bothered to spit out his gum before going onstage. (Ryan Seacrest scolded him like a Catholic schoolteacher, amusingly.)
J.Lo reacts to Skylar's eliminationI certainly didn't expect or even want Phillip to go home this week, because he is very talented and has major potential as an artist. But I'd at least hoped he'd be in the bottom two, just so he'd get a little fear in him, enough to galvanize him to step it up next week--and, you know, maybe put on a Skylar-style performance.  Oh well. I know a dynamite performer like Skylar will steal the show on this summer's Idols Live Tour anyway, and she'll probably be headlining stadiums, just like Carrie Underwood, on her own one day.

Angelica linked to John Lloyd: "Third Party issue?"

Kasabay ng mga pagbati dahil sa nakamit na Box-Office King award, sinalubong din ang aktor na si Derek Ramsay ng mga katanungan tungkol sa balitang hiwalay na raw sila ng girlfriend niyang si Angelica Panganiban.

Napansin kasi ng ilang media na tila hindi nabanggit ni Derek ang pangalan ng kanyang kasintahan nang magpasalamat siya sa entablado sa ginanap na 43rd Box-Office Entertainment Awards ng Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Inc. (GMMSFI) noong Linggo, Abril 29.

Subalit sa panayam ng media pagkatapos ng programa, ipinaliwanag ng bagong Kapatid star, “I didn’t name names. I didn’t even name my sisters.

"But when I say family, Angel is part of our family.”

Bilang kasagutan na rin sa tanong tungkol sa usap-usapang hiwalay na sila, inamin ni Derek na, “Angel and I are working things out. We’re talking. May pinagdadaanan kami.”

Gayunman, naniniwala si Derek na maaayos din nilang magkasintahan ang problemang kanilang hinaharap sa kasalukuyan.

Sabi pa ng actor-TV host, “Pinagdaanan na rin namin ito before. So we’ll see. ‘Pag nag-usap na kami, doon kami magsasalita.”

"GIVE ME SOME TIME." Samantala, mas lumakas naman ang usap-usapang nagkakalabuan sina Derek at Angelica nang lumabas sa column ni Ricky Lo saPhilippine Star na nagkakamabutihan daw ngayon ang aktres at kapwa Star Magic star nito na si John Lloyd Cruz.

Naisulat ng Startalk host sa kanyang kolumn na maaaring nagsimula raw ito nang mag-shoot sina John Lloyd at Angelica ng mga eksena sa Vietnam para sa susunod nilang teleserye.

Kaugnay nito, sabi rin ng source ng entertainment columnist na may gusot din ngayon ang relasyon nina John Lloyd at Shaina Magdayao.

Sinubukan ng PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) na hingan ng pahayag ang aktor na si Derek tungkol sa isyung ito sa pamamagitan ng telepono kaninang tanghali, May 2.

Kasalukuyang nasa Boracay ang aktor para sa isang Frisbee competition.

Nakiusap ang aktor na hayaan na muna siyang i-enjoy ang parangal na nakuha niya kamakailan.

Naglabas din siya ng sentimiyento sa entertainment media na sa halip na tanungin siya tungkol sa nakuhang award, sinalubong pa siya ng mga intriga pagkatapos ng programa.

Sa huli, sabi ni Derek, “You know naman me, I will talk naman. But for now, let me have this time naman muna to enjoy.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Angelica & Derek: "COOL OFF"

Derek Ramsey and Angelica Panganiban’s six-year relationship has hit a rough spot. 
“We are in a cool-off stage,” Derek said. “We’re giving each other space.”
Derek did not give the exact reason for their decision but insisted no third party is involved.
“I trust her completely,” the host-actor said, referring to Angelica. “She’s not the type to fool around.” 

Derek’s comment must have been prompted by Philippine Star entertainment editor Ricky Lo’s column that said Angelica and John Lloyd Cruz  “discovered that they have something in common, that they like the same thing” while they were both in Vietnam.
Derek himself was in Australia while Angelica was in Vietnam, and they haven’t talked to each other since Holy Week.

But Derek is determined to take time out from his busy schedule to sit down and speak with Angelica to sort out their problems.

“If things go well, okay. But if not, she will always be my friend,” Derek declares.

The break-up talks are affecting Derek and could play a big role in how he fares in a frisbee tournament. He is in Boracay for as of posting time.

Derek says he was looking forward to a relaxing time when things changed all of a sudden. He got messages asking about his relationship with Angelica the minute he got off the first station in Boracay.


Derek Ramsay Accepted TV5 Offer

Derek Ramsay said he chose TV5 over ABS-CBN because the projects offered to him by the Kapatid network are closer to his passion—sports.
As earlier reported, Derek’s first project with TV5 will be “The Amazing Race Philippines.” The actor-host will also host TV5’s Philippine primer of the London Olympics this July.
 He believes that “The Amazing Race,” which will start this June, is “perfect for his personality” since he also loves traveling. Derek admitted ABS-CBN offered him a good line-up of projects. “I was going to get to work with the likes of Angel Locsin who I have wanted to work with for the longest time,” he said. 
 
But he added he was wired and born with a passion for sports.
 
“I am very passionate about my sports. Acting, I never believed I’d become an actor. I can’t believe till today that I am an actor. I’m so blessed. I’m beginning to love this craft,” Derek explained. “But ever since I was born, sports has been my passion. And I’d never turn my back on that.” 
 
The projects TV5 offered made Derek realize that he and the Kapatid network share the same passion.
 
“With all the success, which I appreciate so much, with ABS-CBN, at the end of the day, pag pumapasok ka sa trabaho, gusto mong pumasok na you love your job. Which I did in ABS-CBN, but if it’s your passion it’s a totally different thing,” he said.  “We looked at the two offers. Yung passion ko lumalabas talaga dito.”
 
Didn’t ABS-CBN pick up on his enthusiasm for sports? Derek said it may not be part of the network’s plans or goals. “That’s not their (ABS-CBN’s) objective,” he said. “With TV5, it is a part of their network.”
 
TV5 airs sports programs on AKTV on IBC 13. 
 Derek also denied reports that his three-year contract with TV5 is worth P 600 million. 
 
“Nowhere near that. I wish,” the actor said.
 
 He admitted that his current TV5 contract is higher than ABS-CBN’s offer but “it was in the similar range.” “But that’s why hindi nga pera e, kasi nga halos magkapareho,” Derek explained.
 
“I think I’ll be very proud of myself if I can help this network move forward and grow bigger. That’s something money can’t buy,” he added.
 
Derek said he pays no attention to negative comments saying he’dlose his luster as an actor in TV5.
 
“Ako, binigyan ako ng proyekto, hindi ko ginagawa paramaging sikat ako. I’m gonna give my best. That’s something given to me, I have a responsibility, gagawin ko lahat ng makakaya para madeliver yung gusto nila."

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