Daron from 112 vs. Adele


Now, we tried our hardest not to do this but it got to a point of no return.

After 3.36 MILLION Albums sold in week 1, I’m sure we are all verse in Adele’s recent comeback single entitled “Hello.” Recently, R&B Legend Daron Jones of the Famed Group 112. You know Daron. The one who wishes he was Slim and tries to sing like Michael Keith. Yeah Gurl. That Daron. Well anyways, doing what he does best lately, he did a COVER to Adele’s “Hello.”

Now let me say this:

  1. Covers on a Regular Basis are for Independent Artist seeking to gain notoriety from Mainstream songs that are popular.
  2. It allows an artist to showcase their talent and introduce themselves to the Famed Artist’ Base.
  3. It is NOT suppose to be for 90’s hasbeens attempting to hold on to what once was. Especially when the WORLD knows who they are and that they are an Amazing Talent.
  4. I feel Daron is:
  5. Too Legendary for such shananagians.
  6. Too Famous for such executions.
  7. Too old for entry level tactics.

In any case, he did the cover and all of a sudden………. Bytchhhhhhh! His Instagram Timeline was FILLED with:


  
Bytch da Fukk?????? All I could say was, 

Now listen, before I read. Get into it for yourself:

Now! Here are the facts

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  1. He sounded nice
  2. Smooth execution
  3. Too many runs
  4. He started whining after a while
  5. He is nothing close to Adele
  6. Joe’s Cover was better with his crying ass
  7. I was bored after the first 45 seconds
  8. All his fans who said his version sounded better then Mother Deles need to be slapped
  9. If he sound so good why didn’t   sell 3.36 Million Copies?
  10. He still ain’t no Michael Keith
  11. He finally sound better than Slim
  12. He still sexy tho

In any case, we here at TrueSlamBook.com are not haters as I know some are calling us. Bytch u know we keep it REAL.

Now, on another note, when’s the next 112 album dropping?

My Parents Have Money and I Don’t is Back!!!!

#RICHKIDS OF BEVERLY HILLS -- Season: 2 -- Pictured (l-r): Roxy Sowlaty, Jonny Drubel, EJ Johnson, Brendan Fitzpatrick, Morgan Stewart, Dorothy Wang -- (Photo by: Matthias Vriens-McGrath/E!)
#RICHKIDS OF BEVERLY HILLS — Season: 2 — Pictured (l-r): Roxy Sowlaty, Jonny Drubel, EJ Johnson, Brendan Fitzpatrick, Morgan Stewart, Dorothy Wang — (Photo by: Matthias Vriens-McGrath/E!)

Can we ask a question???? Who watches these needy bytches? And, who approved this Season? Ughhhhhhhh. Here we go again with the Children of the Rich and Famous.

As the saying goes, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue,” but this is Beverly Hills! More like something vintage couture, something new from Rodeo, something borrowed from a BFF, and something  #blue! Welcome back to E!’s hit series “#RichKids of Beverly Hills,” and this time it’s wedding season! Morgan Stewart and Brendan Fitzpatrick are ready to tie the knot and are taking E!’s cameras along for the luxurious ride. Along with their besties Dorothy Wang, EJ Johnson, and Jonny Drubel, the quick-witted Princess of Beverly Hills and her real-estate mogul Prince prepare for their dream wedding with all the glam only #RichKids could dream of. From the cake and flowers to venues and invites, every drama-filled moment in the 90210 will be Tweeted, Instagramed, Snapped, and Facebooked leading up to the big moment.

In addition to the wedding blitz, Dorothy Wang, EJ Johnson and Jonny Drubel are determined to jump start their respective careers. Dorothy, who is also giving dating a second chance after her devastating breakup, is looking to take her entrepreneurship to the next level, while Jonny returns to the music scene but this time focusing on something he is an expert in: partying. Jonny sets his sights on becoming the next big DJ in West Hollywood and beyond. Meanwhile, EJ, who has lost over 180 pounds is exploring the modeling industry and giving acting a try. However, it is the three friends’ mutual feeling of alienation from their engaged friends that unites them and suddenly creates a divide among the 90210’s most elite socialites.

But don’t take our word for it. The cast is already sounding off (in 140 characters or less):

@Morgan_Stewart: S4 is literally going to be the best season yet! @BrendanFitzp and I are getting married (he hasn’t left yet) and you’re all invited! #Bridezilla

@DorothyWang: Fab life, glitz life, adventure life, love life, nightlife, business life, bridesmaid life, luxe life, best life – MY life! Don’t miss a second of my #Fabuluxe life in season 4!

@JonnyDrubel: Wedding season means my 3 favorite “B’s”: Boys! Booze! Bachelor party! #RichKids #DJJonny

@Prince­_EJ: Season 4 will be everything!

@BrendanFitzp: Help me. #RichKidsWedding

From the mouths of #babes. Don’t miss season 4 of “#RichKids of Beverly Hills” returning 2016 only on E!


Adele Serves in the Name!!!!!

Listen, the Bey-Hive is Upset Bytch. Mother Adele has slayed the charts and Beyoncé has Never.

Now, you know we live for us some Queen Bey but the stans have been going H A M on Social Media over Beyoncé vs. Adele.

Well, we know the numbers don’t lie.

Adele’s red-hot new album “25” sold a whopping 3.38 million copies in its first week — making it the first ever to sell more than 3 million copies in a single week since Nielsen Music began tracking album sales.

The critically acclaimed LP obliterated the previous record for most album sales in one week, which was held for nearly 15 years by *NSYNC after they sold more than 2.4 million copies of “No Strings Attached” in 2000.

Adele’s eye-popping output is particularly impressive considering no other album besides “No Strings Attached” has even sold more than 2 million copies in one week. In fact, only 20 albums have eclipsed the 1 million-sales plateau according to Nielsen, which tracks album sales every Friday through every Thursday.

The British singer’s latest album is already the largest selling album for all of 2015, surpassing Taylor Swift’s “1989,” which has sold 1.8 million copies since the turn of the calendar after dropping late last year.

The hot-selling “25” hit shelves on Friday, Nov. 20, and it had already sold more than 2.3 million copies as of the following Monday.

The hot-selling “25” hit shelves on Friday, Nov. 20, and it had already sold more than 2.3 million copies as of the following Monday.

“There isn’t anybody that I’ve talked to in the music business who hasn’t been astonished by these numbers,” Dave Bakula, an executive at Nielsen, told the Associated Press.

Fans were extremely eager for “25” to hit shelves, as it had been nearly five years since Adele released new music. Her previous album, “21,” has sold 11.2 million copies — the 10th most in American music history.

Adele’s enormous album sales have likely been influenced by her decision to not make “25” available on streaming services such as Spotify or Apple Music, meaning fans needed to purchase the album to listen to it.

Last year, Swift also enjoyed considerable success for after pulling her music off Spotify, as her “1989” album sold 1.3 million in its first week.
Congrats to Adele. She #Slayed.