Monday, May 07, 2007

Bjork R&B connections

The big hubbub now in Bjork-land is her recent collaberation with Timbaland, phoning in and pooping out some beats for
Earth Intruders
. Bjork has had a connection with R&b for a long time, starting with Homogenic back in 97 where Missy Eliot declared that the album was hip-hop, and Timbaland sampling her Joga for a remix of Hit 'Em Wit' Da Hee.

And does anyone remember this from Mary J back in '97? A remix vid-joe of Everything. A totally wierd mish mash of expensive effects, really cheap C&C Music Factory editing/effects, and evant-guard images. All to promote a remix of a song that wasn't even on the album. *Nance Grace voice* What is the real story?


She got on the bjork love by borrowing the Space-Geisha look from Homogenic.




And something tells me Bjork would approve of the disturbing Mary J chandelier of heads thingy.

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5 Comments:

Anonymous wehostudio said...

Seriously, we love the Bjork and all... but THAT's the first single from the new album??? It sounds like Frank Zappa meets the Residents.

1:57 PM  
Blogger Signalite said...

Don't forget her collab with P-Diddy.

4:20 PM  
Blogger Evol Kween said...

I LOVE the new single, it's a welcome return to form - a rythmic pop collision from hell. She let Matthew Barney get the better of her on Medulla.

6:21 PM  
Anonymous Patrick said...

those spinning heads scuuuurrrr me.

10:44 AM  
Anonymous Jay said...

that new album is quite phoned in. half of it is scraps from drawing restraint 9.

7:41 PM  

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