LOLcats Now Haz Music Reviews, Part 2: Beyonce, Jay-Z and Black Eyed Peas
The LOLcats have some pretty polarized views on pop music, as you can see by the LOLcat music reviews we posted Wednesday.
The cats are back today, once again pairing some cute pictures and choice words for three of the biggest acts in hip-hop and R&B.
Kristyn Pomranz and Katherine Steinberg, who penned "I Can Has Cheezburger: The MusicLOL!," an off-Broadway production based on the popular blog about silly kitties with misspelled captions, constructed these pictures as a Pop & Hiss exclusive.
This time, we get to learn what your pets think of Beyoncé, hubby Jay-Z and R&B-dance-sensation Black Eyed Peas.
We can has musik revyooz.
She's a chart-topper, spotlight-owner and Hamburger Helper maker. Her third studio album, "I Am... Sasha Fierce," spurred a number of massive hits, including "Single Ladies" and "If I Were a Boy." Of the album's concept, Ann Powers wrote, "Beyoncé meant to represent herself as a split personality, tender and open on the one hand, indomitable and rather scary on the other."
Here's what we said about her summer performance at the Honda Center: "There’s no incongruity in a superstar – even one who preaches sisterhood – commanding center stage. And in Beyoncé’s form of womanism, everyone is advanced when one woman hits her personal best."
The cats like her too.
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Though he continues to draw comparisons with Brett Favre as of late for both stars' inability to stay retired, Jay-Z is sitting pretty. He has a beautiful wife and is one of the biggest-selling acts in music history.
What we said about his live show in Las Vegas: "Jay-Z shows are fun because the rapper is so adept at spinning liquid gold; his mouth is one of the most nimble in the genre’s history, and he uses it to present thoughts that are sharp, funny and resonant."
The cats are hungry for more.
Black Eyed Peas
There's almost no escaping Fergie, Will.I.Am and the rest of the Peas.
Their songs are undeniably catchy, and their album, "The E.N.D.," was well received by fans.
What we said about the record: "As a plunge into the users' manual of post-disco dance pop, 'The E.N.D.' is quite charming, if predictably goofy."
The cats were less impressed.
For the last part of the LOLcat music reviews, check back to Pop & Hiss on Friday. You're welcome.
-- Mark Milian
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Images: Kristyn Pomranz and Katherine Steinberg