WHEN MUSIC POPS, WE TURN IT UP
WHEN MUSIC POPS, WE TURN IT UP
 

rihanna – pon de replay!

rihanna – pon de replay!



oh my gosh! some of you must have heard this hot hot HOT single burning up the charts “come mr. dj…” – when it first came out – me and my dear friend karen kept trying to figure out who sang it – then finally we found out it was rihanna and the name of the song was pon de replay – it is one of those songs that just gets in your head – and you can’t stop – so then my good NYC friend CK was chatting me the other day – and she was like listen to this – then i realized she had just discovered rihanna – and we both were like – oh my gosh we LOVE it (me and CK go way way way back to nyc – we clubbed it like a bunch of fucked up fools – we had SUCH fun – those were the days – glory days if i do say so myself – think palladium, twilo, and sound factory…oi vey i miss those places) – it’s such a hot dance track – and ms. rihanna’s debut album music of the sun hits stores aug 30th – but for now – you simply must GO HERE – and listen to pon de replay and shimmy & shake your ass off like a puta (my new favorite word) in heat! rock on – on a friday! woo hoo! popbytes out for now…xxoo



Come Mr. DJ song pon de replay

Come Mr. DJ won’t you turn the music up

All the gyal pon the dancefloor wantin some more what

Come Mr. DJ won’t you turn the music up


it goes 1 by 1 even 2 by 2

everybody on the floor let me show you how we do

lets go dip it low then you bring it up slow

wind it up 1 time wind it back once more








There’s nothing like the warm spirit of the Caribbean to re-energize a dry, stale season of the same old song and dance. And with summer fast approaching there couldn’t be a better time for Barbados-born singer Rihanna to break into an industry that is eager to celebrate the next big thing. Thanks to multi-platinum island-born superstars like Sean Paul, Shaggy and Elephant Man, the mainstream has been primed for a rhythmic female star to step into the forefront of popular music. READ FULL BIO »