|Big Time Rush ft. Beyonce - Irreplaceable Night|
Nickelodeon super-band, Big Time Rush, (in a desperate attempt to reach a new audience) will be joining forces with Beyoncé Giselle Knowles to create "Irreplaceable Night," in addition to some other new songs. The idea is the same as when Justin Bieber teamed up with Timberlake to create their album. The artists take the names of their songs, and combine them into new songs. The rest of the titles on the album are still under wraps, but Big Time Rush's James Maslow was here to let us in on five.
"We're super excited to be working with Beyonce. Before recording our tracks, we played some scrabble, saw 'Paul', and I even exchanged some hair tips with her." "That's great, Maslow, but can you tell us the names?" "After just doing 'Boyfriend' with Snoop Dogg, Logan was pretty sick of working with ethnics. He loses stamina just looking at Carlos. "That's terrible, but can you PLEASE tell us the names!" "Fine. Jeez, a real interviewer would let me ramble about totally random stuff.
Why can't you be more like Ellen?"
1. Count on Crazy (Count on you, and Crazy In Love) Having originally preformed this song with Jordan Sparks, we found it surprising they would turn around and essentially redo it with Beyonce. Still, when the chips are down, you can always count on crazy! (That, or Jordan Sparks to eat them.)
2. If I Were a Boyfriend (If I Were a Boy, and Boyfriend) No surprise, Beyonce is the leading voice in this one. Pondering her life and what she would be like if she were not only a boy, but a boyfriend. James Maslow had this to say about it. "If the director isn't careful, this could end up gayer than 'Boyfriend' was. That's right, I read the forums about my show."
3. The City is Naughty (City is Ours, and Naughty Girl) This song follows the escapades of the boys while they cruise the nasty & fun parts of LA. "No one listened to me, but I think we missed a chance to promote safe sex...by not having it."
4. Till I Forget About You Single Ladies (Till I Forget About You, and Single Ladies) This song informs you that the boys will never stop being players unless they forget about single women. It's a bad song in it's own way, but hey, Beyonce's in it.
5. Irreplaceable Night (Big Night, and Irreplaceable) We actually had this mash-up on YouTube, but it was taken down by bogus complaints. Sorry, it was kinda the highlight of this post. But to avoid being a downer, I'll try and get the song hosted here.
~DVS & Scrape