20100318 Billboard各榜排行成績及"NBL" World Tour 2010專訪(補上專訪文字稿部分!)


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專訪文字稿:
Whitney Houston and her management team recently released an electronic press kit interview to the internet to accompany the European segment of her tour, and she had the opportunity to address some topics she wanted to speak about within a controlled interview environment.

She emphasized people want to hear and feel love and nervously spoke out against the strange and dark stage and video performances of currently popular musicians, such as Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Kanye West, Pink, Kylie Minogue and U2, which seem to include numerous references to the Illuminati cult, Devil-worshipping, Freemasons, occult rituals, torture, mind control, military take-over culture, mutilation and pornography.

Her statements are a less specific berating than ones from other musicians in the past, such as Tiffany Evans, Ol’ Dirty Bastard and Prodigy; however, Whitney has to beware of lawsuits and her safety.

When Whitney was asked what the success of her new album meant to her she stated: “It means they want to hear someone sing [laugh].

“They want to hear um, ah, someone who, um, from all the years I have been in the business, which is now going on 30 years, um, sing love to them, um, not so much, um, strip for them, take their clothes off for them, or, you know, do soft porn for them.

“They want to hear love. They want to feel love. They want to raise their daughters with an integrity, and, and dignity and pride and that doesn’t require that. So I just thought that’s what it’s about. And I think I’m right.”

Whitney then offers her warning about the change in the music industry and references the bizarre and sinister performances and videos from a lot of today’s most popular musicians.

“Music doesn’t change. People change the music,” said Whitney.

“Music is a gift from from Heaven – I believe as I started singing in church many years ago and many of my friends who sing the good news of gospel, um, it it does not change; people change the music.

“Um, they become, um, characters instead of – really – displaying their gifts, and if you look behind a lot of the people that are out there that are, like you know, wearing these weird, you know, kind of clothing [voice becomes more frank sounding momentarily, and she makes a sweeping gesture around her face with her hand indicating she is talking about masks or hats], which has noth- [she crosses and waives her hands in-front of herself to sort of defend herself against what she is just saying and then gets nervous and her voice speeds up].

“You know, I’m not, you know, um, um, talking about any one in particular, but I’ve seen for myself, but they are – there are some extremely gifted young women and young men out there who don’t have to put on Halloween costumes just be themselves, you know what I’m saying.

“A little, you know, extravaganza, you know, a little, you know, you know, ahh flare; a little sexiness; sultriness is cool, but some of them are very dark – are very dark, and days when we are going through so much – you know tragedies and earthquakes and things of, you know, of, of, of disasters and, and, and New Orleans and the whole thing – it’s time to, to – I believe to sing about love and what, um, has been here since the beginning of time, and that’s been love.”

When she mentioned young women and young men, she looked to the left after saying men because according to body language experts, it would mean she was not intending to talk about men, she was really aiming what she was saying previously at “young women.”

Whitney then discussed her clothes in the 1980s, comparing them to today’s entertainers: “Oh my God. How crazy. I mean, you know, but that was the eighties – you know what I’m saying – I look at myself; I look at Madonna; I look at Prince; I look at Michael; I look at all of us, and I go, you know, we had costumes! They weren’t scary. It was that we were performers.

“Performing, you know what I’m saying, having artistry is one thing, but being dark and just like, you know, different, weird stuff [She outlines around her mouth with her fingers like the masks being worn by Lady Gaga and Rihanna recently] is not becoming.

“I don’t know – to me – it’s not becoming – at all!”

Surprisingly, she seemed to not notice that Madonna has used a lot of the same dark, occult references in her performances for decades.

Later she spoke about perfecting her vocal musicianship: “To me, when I’m on stage, I want to exude love. I want them to take home something and say, ‘Uh, that song she sang it just – it stays with me.’

“You know what I’m saying – or, or that gospel song – just – it touched my heart or it made me cry or it made me happy; it made me laugh; it made me sad – whatever it is.

“The, the, the human emotion is a very, um, delicate thing so you have to be careful about how you present it because it can be kind of scary if you’re not careful or too overwhelming you know, so I try to just keep it love.”

Whitney told Oprah earlier this TV season that her ex-husband Bobby Brown was drawing Evil Eyes, images of the Eye of Horus, all over their bedroom furniture several years ago in a strange, maniacal outburst.

Was Bobby going a little crazy due to threats or pressure being placed upon him by Illuminati cult members or Masons involved in the entertainment industries who use the Eye of Horus as a symbol of their power and allegiance?

Is Whitney attempting to actually disassociate herself from these sinister people who are the same ones Bobby was afraid of and other celebrities have warned about in the past, or has she just realized a certain gang-like organization within the music business is more powerful than she and her handlers currently are, and she wants to draw in stronger support from fans aware of the dark side of some people in business and politics?

Source:PeopleMagazineDaily.com

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以下為本週Billboard各榜成績:

Worth It 單曲成績


◎R&B/Hip-Hop 單曲榜 #63 (進榜第5周,上週名次 #68)

I Look To You 專輯成績


◎R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 節奏藍調/嘻哈專輯榜 #46 (進榜第28週,上週名次 #41)



週次
銷售量
累積銷售量
BB 200
R&B
N/A
6,102
6,102
N/A
N/A
W1
304,801
310,903
#1
#1
W2
87,990
398,893
#3
#3
W3
155,588
554,481
#2
#2
W4
65,820
620,301
#4
#2
W5
51,498
671,799
#13
#3
W6
35,646
707,445
#13
#4
W7
23,846
731,291
#15
#5
W8
18,985
750,276
#20
#3
W9
15,194
765,470
#30
#6
W10
12,815
778,285
#43
#8
W11
10,458
788,743
#65
#9
W12
11,750
800,493
#62
#7
W13
18,143
818,636
#59
#8
W14
12,033
830,669
#99
#12
W15
12,411
843,080
#116
#15
W16
28,723
871,803
#63
#12
W17
31,133
902,936
#58
#14
W18
7,749
910,685
#101
#24
W19
5,089
915,774
#108
#25
W20
4,112
919,886
#133
#28
W21
3,684
923,570
#147
#28
W22
3,802
927,372
#155
#32
W23
4,710
932,082
#135
#32
W24
4,793
936,875
#168
#36
W25
3,945
940,820
#164
#35
W26
待查
待查
跌出榜外
#37
W27
待查
待查
跌出榜外
#41
W28
待查
待查
跌出榜外
#46

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