A little over a year ago, I wrote about Lady Gaga and Polaroid teaming up for a new creation, where Gaga said, “The Haus of Gaga has been developing prototypes in the vein of fashion /technology /photography innovation —blending the iconic history of Polaroid and instant film with the digital era – and we are excited to collaborate on these ventures with the Polaroid brand.” Now, on January 6th, Polaroid Grey Label will be revealed. The countdown begins. The announcement on Polaroid’s website reads:

“A year in the making, Polaroid Grey Label is a collaboration between two of the most influential icons of our time. Polaroid and Lady Gaga. Join us at Polaroid.com as we reveal the next generation instant experience. Live from CES in Las Vegas. January 6th, 2011 at 3:30pm PST.”

Find out when Gaga’s first single & album come out after the jump…

Justin Timberlake’s Gonna “Take You Down”

In: Music, Patrick

Yes – finally! A new song by Justin Timberlake surfaced online a few days ago, called “Take You Down“. The singer turned actor took a long break from music when he started venturing into the acting world. I guess after the success of The Social Network he feels accomplished and ready to play with some “Future Sex Love Sounds” again. Some of the lyrics read:

“I’ve seen my magic/ What’s your looks and your religion? / And I want you to understand that I can make you feel better/ So it’s me and you, my place, sexiness all day/ I’mma do whatever you like, if you cater to me all night, girl.”

The song is apparently an unfinished demo (and there is still some uncertainty that it’s even JT), but it certainly sounds very promising to me. This year continues to look better and better with so many big artists releasing albums. Let’s hope JT is one of them! People have been asking him for years when he was going to make another record and he’d just brush off the question.

Listen to the track after the jump…

And just like that another year has gone by and a new one begins. January brings a fresh start for people interested in a little self reflection and personal growth. You can look back at what you may have (or haven’t) accomplished over the past year. Reflect upon the people that have come into your lives, relationships you’ve grown to value, and all the good times and bad.

Looking back (and inward for that matter) helps you to look forward with a little more focus and clarity. Here are some of the resolutions (or outlooks on resolutions) of a ten of the Homorazzi cast members, including myself, as we step into 2011.

Check out the resolutions after the jump…

Homorazzi.com 2011 Edition

In: Behind The Cast, Donovan

Happy New Year Homorazzi.com readers. Now that you’ve read some of our individual New Year resolutions, it’s time for the site to make some of its own. And for that, we need your input regarding upcoming site changes. 2010 was a huge year for us and thankfully we didn’t experience a sophomore slump. In fact, we grew over 350% from 2009. Not only that, but we ended 2010 with a huge December blowing past our recording-setting November 2010 stats. Thank you SO SO SO much for making this project a success for us. We really appreciate it.

With more readers checking out Homorazzi.com on a daily basis, we thought this was the perfect time to conduct a quick survey. We want to ask you what topics you’d like to see more of on the site. What you like about the site and other suggestions you have to make our site an even bigger success in 2011. If you have any that aren’t covered in the poll, head over to our contact page and send your thoughts that way or post a comment.

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Hmmmm what to fix…

Well, I’m sure if you polled my friends you’d get one or two immediate responses to that one but, I suppose resolutions are suppose to be more about my own goals and less about the ideals of others. I think the expected answers from anyone who knows me (or hell has read more than a couple of my articles), would likely include a least a few of the following: too loud (annoying), too honest (crass), too skinny (not muscled enough), too… open-minded? Okay, there’s really no reasonable euphemism for slut ;) Still, this day is about what we don’t like with ourselves or want to change so let’s start to look inwards shall we. Well, there’s always things I want to change about my life: the singledom, the lack of owning a four-bedroom penthouse suite downtown ha, being just shy of 5″11… but again, not really “resolutions” per se are they. Though I do suppose that not wanting to wander aimlessly from awful first date to awful grindr meet up is something that can be vaguely controlled by who I am and how I act.

Recently, I’d been told by a good friend that I need to: “Be the man I want to be with”, but, as I informed him, gaining 60 pounds of muscle, 4 inches of height and a PhD in Neurosurgery isn’t really a reasonable set of goals for me to be able to find that my own Dr. McSteamy so that motto kind of fell to the wayside. Then, last night, I was reminded by my sweet friend Jonny that I’m pretty awesome how I am and that my great group of friends knew who I was when they met me and that if that’s who they “fell for” then, then I shouldn’t need to change now.

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We’re still recovering from our NYE celebrations, so we decided to take today off. In lieu of new articles, we decided to repost some of our favorite 2010 Year End List-themed posts from this year. HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE.

Is it me or did Fall 2010′s reality shows feature more annoying contestants than ever before? I don’t even think I’m exaggerating in the least. Cumulatively, the networks cast the most polarizing and irritating reality stars in recent memory if not ever. There were moments during this Fall TV season, when my jaw literally fell to the ground after witnessing some of their behavior. It was baffling to see how some of these people consistently remained on their respective shows, despite their shenanigans.

While I do recognize I could choose to stop watching the offending shows, I didn’t for the sake of my dear loyal reality TV fanatics. Papa’s gotta do his research you know. Hands up, if you believe that line of BS. Truth be told, I just didn’t have enough strength to stop staring at the trainwrecks. Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane and help me bequeath “The Most Annoying Reality Star” title to one of these hookers.

view the contenders after the jump

2010′s Top 10 Most Viewed YouTube Music Videos

In: Music, Patrick

We’re still recovering from our NYE celebrations, so we decided to take today off. In lieu of new articles, we decided to repost some of our favorite 2010 Year End List-themed posts from this year. HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE.

It’s a tough category, but it’s no surprise that Canadian teen pop sensation Justin Bieber has dominated 2010′s most viewed music videos on YouTube this year for one of his hit tracks “Baby”. He was recently given the title of Most Viewed YouTube Video…in YouTube’s history, so naturally he’s at the top of the list. The interesting thing is that “Baby” was never #1 on the Billboard charts in the US.

Bieber not only makes number one on the list, but not one, not two, but three of his other songs make the Top 10 list as well. Bieber fever definitely swept the globe this past year. So far, it looks like there is no cure.

Check out the Top 10 viewed music videos on YouTube for 2010 after the jump…

Rolling Stone Picks Their Top Songs & Albums of 2010

In: Donovan, Music

We’re still recovering from our NYE celebrations, so we decided to take today off. In lieu of new articles, we decided to repost some of our favorite 2010 Year End List-themed posts from this year. HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE.

Spin Magazine and MySpace already named their best music picks of 2010, and now it’s Rolling Stone Magazine’s turn. Kanye West’s latest opus has once again soared past the competition and claimed the top spot. His “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” took the No. 1 spot on Spin and the runner-up slot on MySpace’s list. Looks like someone is on a roll.

Rolling Stone’s list includes several of the same artists found on Spin’s, but there are a couple of WTF selections. Which ones you ask? I love me some Elton John, but seriously… his latest CD is at No. 3? If anyone’s listened to it, please enlighten me on what I missed out this year. The other selection that had my head scratching was Robert Plant. Maybe my musical tastes aren’t as refined, slash ancient as the editors of Rolling Stone.

Here are Rolling Stone’s picks for the crème de la crème of 2010.

  • 10. LCD Soundsystem – This Is Happening
  • ?9. Eminem – Recovery
  • 8. Robert Plant – Band Of Joy
  • 7. Drake – Thank Me Later
  • 6. Vampire Weekend – Contra
  • 5. Jamey Johnson – The Guitar Song
  • 4. Arcade Fire – The Suburbs
  • 3. Elton John and Leon Russell – The Union
  • 2. The Black Keys – Brothers
  • 1. Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

What did you think of the list? Personally, I like Spin’s list much better. How many of the Top 10 have you checked out or own?

view Rolling Stone’s Top 10 songs after the jump

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