Have a Taste of Cinnamon Girl!

  “Devil in Me,” the latest single from UK-based (Denmark-raised) Cinnamon Girl, is very, very tempting. It’s an 80s pop dream of a song with loads of synth and chorus that’s catchy as hell. (Pun intended). I read that Cinnamon Girl writes and produces her own stuff, which is always nice to hear. I realize we often don’t like to know people with model good looks are multi-talented…   Check out the heavily color-blocked video:   Oh and it’s available to download for free! I can’t wait to hear more. Continue reading Have a Taste of Cinnamon Girl!

Found: Christopher Covers Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend”

Don’t you just love it when really attractive people make really unattractive faces?  Such is the case when trying to effectively emote while singing in a foreign language, I suppose.  Anyway, I was trolling tumblr this weekend and found a really great cover of Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend.” Check out Denmark’s impossibly fresh faced Christopher singing Robyn’s latest hit: Yes, I tried (and failed) to make him look bad.  And kudos to the kid (I don’t read Danish but he’s 19!) for not changing the lyrics to fit some creepy heteronormative standard.    http://rhymeetreason.com Follow us on Twitter! http://twitter.com/rhymeetreason Continue reading Found: Christopher Covers Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend”

Found: Christopher Covers Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend”

Don’t you just love it when really attractive people make really unattractive faces?  Such is the case when trying to effectively emote while singing in a foreign language, I suppose.  Anyway, I was trolling tumblr this weekend and found a really great cover of Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend.”   Check out Denmark’s impossibly fresh faced Christopher singing Robyn’s latest hit:   Yes, I tried (and failed) to make him look bad.  And kudos to the kid (I don’t read Danish but he’s 19!) for not changing the lyrics to fit some creepy heteronormative standard.      Continue reading Found: Christopher Covers Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend”