I can only imagine that sometime in the future when we purchase our favourite musician’s record they’ll appear right in front of us in holographic form just to say “thank you for being my number one superfan [insert name] and may I just say you look dayam fine.” A girl can only dream but in the meantime some artists are patting you on the back in other interactive ways.
Adam Lambert paired with an app called Zappar for his album Trespassing, which is out today. If you have Zappar when you buy the album, you’ll get a personal video message from the singer and will be able to take a photo with him. You’ll also receive a Golden Ticket that will earn you a special promotion at the cash. Winning.
And please, someone tell us what the surprise is because we’re dying to know.
Also, Lambert stopped by Good Morning America this morning to answer a few quick questions and perform a few of his Trespassing tracks, including his latest single “Never Close Our Eyes.”
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First it was Angry Birds. Then it was Temple Run.
Now thanks to the new and addictive smartphone game Draw Something, here are some of the craziest, amazing and on-point drawings from talented finger artists.
I keep wondering whether or not these people used a tablet or not. I already have enough trouble drawing “Lady Gaga”.
Some of these are definitely “WTF” moments. These people really go out of their way to make sure their buddies get it right.
I didn’t think anybody but T-Pain bought into the Autotune trend, but it looks like I was wrong.
Apple has released an iPhone application that allows you to Autotune your voice, and has apply called it “I Am T-Pain” after the rapper who brought the device to overwhelming mainstream employment. The app retails at $2.99 and comes with T-Pain’s instrumental discography as well as a Freestyle option that allows you to sing whatever the heck you want and sound like a robot.
T-Pain has actually based his career on his electronic-induced vocals, with songs like “Buy you a Drank (Shawty Snappin’)” and even won a spot “singing” on the SNL’s Lonely Island skit, “I’m on a Boat.”