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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Nelly Furtado | Revista Tv Mais (Portugal, 2009)

Revista Tv Mais, Março 2009
Moda: Brincos XL

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Nelly Furtado | New Album (2009)

Revista NS (Março 2009)



Hi, Nelly Furtado here.
I wanted to inform you officially that the song "Gotta Know" is NOT my song, and does NOT have my voice on it. I don't know who's song it is! Please spread the word.
I am currently recording two new exciting albums- one in Spanish and one in Portuguese. Stay tuned and I will give you a sneak peak really soon.
Thanks for all the love and support. Stay tuned for some othermusic-related news really soon.”

Friday, March 20, 2009

Nelly Furtado | Launches Music Company (2009)

Jornal Record (Março 2009)

Jornal Correio da Manhã (Março 2009)



Nelly Furtado takes indie route to launch labelBy Cortney Harding

Pop star Nelly Furtado is not the first major-label musician to start her own label, but she is one of the few to do it with an indie. Furtado is launching Nelstar in cooperation with the Canadian independent label group Last Gang Labels.


The Toronto-based electro-dance band Fritz Helder & the Phantoms is the first act signed to Nelstar and will release its debut album July 7.

"Nelly just wasn't that interested in doing a OneRepublic/Timbaland type of thing," says Chris Taylor, president of Last Gang and Furtado's longtime attorney. "She's an independent spirit, and she wants to make sure we build the band at the right pace. It's also very important to launch a band with indie branding behind them and be able to build them brick by brick."

Taylor points out that Furtado has close ties to the band, noting that two members are her backup dancers.

Furtado says she never considered introducing the Nelstar imprint via her label, Interscope.

"I'm happy there, and it would be great if Fritz got signed there at some point in the future," Furtado says. "But I also think that it's best to start off an indie. When you are a new band and you sign to a major, you get thrown to the fire. Plus, I always secretly wanted to be an indie artist. When I was a teenager, I loved Ani DiFranco and hoped I could do something like that. A major turned out to be my destiny, but I'm enjoying reconnecting with the indie world."Furtado adds that Interscope is aware of the project but says, "They have enough going on without my label adding to everything." Interscope didn't respond to an e-mail request for comment.

The model might resemble one commonly used in hip-hop, where a rapper signs his or her protege, then builds the artist up through a series of guest spots on tracks and promotional appearances, but Taylor says there are some differences.

"Nelly's not on the album in a meaningful way," he says. "She's in one of the videos, but that's really it. She's not like Puff Daddy in that respect."

But that doesn't mean Furtado has just signed the band and handed it over. "We had a meeting a few weeks ago to look at all the pictures, and Nelly was really concerned that (band member) Raquel Gil-Jimenez didn't look foxy enough," Taylor says. "She insisted we do reshoots, and we're going to send the new pictures to the Maxims of the world to promote the band."

The deal is also unique in that Fritz Helder & the Phantoms will remain signed to their own label, House of Helder, which will become an imprint of Nelstar. "We still have the label and we still control the creative aspect," Helder says. "Nelly is acting as a mentor, Last Gang will coordinate the distribution, and we'll still do the videos and things like that."

Helder and Furtado describe the deal as a long-term partnership. "It's a three- to five-year deal, with one or two albums," she says. "I'm doing this for a band I love, and I don't want it to be too restrictive."
Furtado adds that she's looking at signing a few other bands. "I'm busy enough right now, and I don't want this to get to a point where it's something I'm not passionate about," she says. "I want this to be something that really grows organically."
(Editing by Sheri Linden at Reuters)

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Turn off the light 12" vinyl single (USA)


12" Vinyl Promo Record (2001)


Track Listing:

Side One:
1. Turn Off The Light (Remix) feat. Ms. Jade & Timbaland
2. Turn Off The Light (Sunshine Reggae Mix)


Side Two:
1. Turn Off The Light (Instrumental Mix) feat. Ms.Jade & Timbaland
2. Turn Off The Light (Acapella Mix) feat. Ms. Jade & Timbaland

Friday, March 13, 2009

Cd Single Promo Te Busque (Mexico)


Audio Cd (2006)

2006 Mexican 2-track promotional CD and includes the Spanish and English versions - taken from the 'Loose' album.

Track Listing:
1. Te Busqué feat Juanes [Spanish Version]
2. Te Busqué feat Juanes

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Bravo Magazine (Germany, March 2009)

Bravo Magazine (Germany, March 2009)

Thursday, March 5, 2009

No Hay Igual 12" vinyl single (USA)

12" vinyl (2006)


NELLY FURTADO No Hay Igual (2006 US 2-track 12"" vinyl single taken from the album Loose and produced by Timbaland)

Tracks:
Side A: No Hay Igual
Side B: No Hay Igual (Instrumental)

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Cd Promotional Turn Off The Light (USA)

Audio Cd (2001)

2001 US 3-track promotional CD including Remix [featuring Ms. Jade and Timbaland] and Sunshine Reggae Mix

Track Listing:
1. Remix (f/ Ms. Jade and Timbaland)
2. Radio Edit
3. Sunshine Reggae Mix

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Cd Promotional …On The Radio (UK)


Audio Cd (2001)

2001 UK promo 1-track CD featuring Squeaky Clean Version.

Track Listing:
1. …On The Radio (Squeaky Clean Version)

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Cd Sampler Folklore (France Edition 2003)


Audio Cd (2003)

2003 French 5-track promotional Cd.

Track Listing:
1. Fresh Off The Boat
2. Try
3. Explode
4. Força
5. Island of wonder

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