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Paula Abdul returns to MUSIC plus album updates for the Queen of Pop and will the Beatles live forever in space?
Hi everyone and welcome to Get the daily****. I'm Andrea Rene and its time to look at the music scene.z
In case you missed the electro-dance performance by Paula Abdul at the Super Bowl Pre Party, don't worry! The American Idol judge and former pop princess is releasing, not only her new single, but a full album! Tentatively titled "Abdulmatic," the album will feature her new song "Dance Like there's no tomorrow" and is expected to be released sometime this summer. Of course Randy will be on board as a producer but don't expect any help from Simon. Abdul hasn't released a hit album since 1995, but give the girl some credit, she has sold over 50 million albums worldwide.
And in other album news, Cash Queen of Music, Madonna has locked in April 29th as the debut date of still untitled new disc. No word yet on singles or concerts, but she did get paid $10 million for that sunsilk ad during Super Bowl yesterday. Yep, you heard me right, and she didn't even perform anything new! No wonder she makes the most money! Plus another leading lady in music, Miss Janet Jackson debuted her new single, Rock With You, on Friday. It is the second single from her upcoming album "Discipline" to be released on February 26th. You can give it a listen on New York radio station's website at z100****.
Almost everyone on the Planet has heard of the Beatles, right? You think that's safe to say? Well, it was recently announced that the iconic band will live on digitally through their large catalog of music soon to be available online, but the real news is that today, NASA will project the Beatles into outerspace! Yes the boys with the bowl cuts took the world by storm, and now, the GALAXY! The space agency will broadcast the group's song "Across the Universe" to the North Star. It marks NASA first ever beaming of a radio song into deep space and coinicidentally, the 40th anniversary of the song. Paul McCartney said, "Send my love to the aliens." Oh I'm sure they'll feel the love alright...
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