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02 October 2012 @ 10:00 pm
This is my fav comm ever, can we bring it back plz? kthnx..

16 January 2012 @ 10:33 pm

rip nadine/nadine 2.0's career this community
19 September 2011 @ 10:50 pm
It's time for a Nuhdeen update! There has been a lot of news these past few weeks but I've been too lazy to post it.

Cum on in...

She flopped for our sins..Collapse )
Current Location: Wurldwayde
Current Music: Nuhdeen - Don Julio
I can't really judge cause this is low budget video but I think I like it.


15 August 2011 @ 11:23 am
Our girl is now @NadineCoyleNow

RIP @NadineWorldWide
02 August 2011 @ 09:43 pm
Nuhdeen posted some Sweetest High mash ups on her tweturr. The Nuhdeen/Kylie mash up is amazing.

Sweetest High by Nadine/Put Your Hands Up by Kylie Minogue

Sweetest High by Nadine/S&M by Rihanna

DL links plz.
18 July 2011 @ 07:53 pm

The greatest part about the rapidly globalizing state of the music industry is that, thanks to the the Internet, music lovers worldwide have the ability to indulge in popular music from far-off territories while developing a strong kinship with fellow fans. The downfall, of course, is that no one else around you knows who the fuck you’re talking about.

Ladies and gentlemen, if you haven’t already: Meet Nadine Coyle.

On Thursday evening, I somehow found myself sitting down on a bench, outside on a patio in a gorgeous Chelsea loft, with an eager Nadine Coyle sitting directly next to me. “You’ll have to forgive me, I’m trying to keep it together,” I said, nervously fumbling at my phone to start recording. “Oh, yar so togaythur,” she reassured me with her thick Derry accent, adding with a smile: “Ay would have no aydeyuh!”

As I looked down at my barely legible notes where scattered thoughts like “‘Graffiti My Soul’/Britney connection?” and “How are the Mist Burgers at Nadine’s Irish Mist?!” were frantically scribbled and squished together, I could only think to myself: What is my life right now?

She talks about Neckola, Britney, GA Reunion...Collapse )

Read more @ Source

Very tl;dr but it's worth reading. I promise! This is the best Nuhdeen interview I have ever read.
15 July 2011 @ 04:24 pm
Those stateside may not fully feel the fame of Girls Aloud, the reality TV-spawned pop group that holds 20 top ten U.K. singles. But with the 10-year anniversary of the group's founding coming up, fans worldwide have been dying to know whether Girls Aloud will reunite, following a hiatus in 2009. GA vocalist Nadine Coyle, who is currently ramping up her own American presence with a new solo album, spoke about the possibility of a reunion.

"It's always been something we wanted to do," Coyle, who goes by simply "Nadine," tells Billboard.com. "It's been like 'Oh my gosh, we've been together ten years. We should do this, we should do that.' But at the minute there's been nothing officially discussed or decided. I'm hoping that we'll do something. Ten years of all that stuff, it would be a shame to let it pass!"

Nadine hinted slightly that something would, in fact, happen with a reunion of Girls Aloud, which includes fellow solo artists Cheryl Cole and Nicola Roberts. Nadine adds, "It's going to be fun."

For being such a huge star across the pond -- Girls Aloud were named the "Most Successful Reality TV Group" by Guinness World Records in 2011 and reportedly had a net net worth of 30 million pounds in 2010 -- Nadine comes to America relatively unknown.

"It's a challenge, it's a challenge!" she says. "You've got to come, you've to work hard. I remember the days beginning at sixteen, seventeen years old in Girls Aloud. Nobody knew us, nobody cared. We'd do university shows and people threw beers cans at us. All sorts of crazy things! (smh) We had to work really hard to get where we did. That's where I'm at now -- that grind. That mentality of, 'Yeah, let's do it. Let's work hard. What can we do? What can we achieve?' Working as hard as we possibly can. I love that part of it."

This grind includes preparing for the U.S. release of her debut solo album, "Insatiable," which was released in her native U.K. in November 2010. Nadine is currently in the studio working on new material, creating new mixes of tracks on the original "Insatiable" release, and revisiting material that did not make the cut originally. Her new songs, she says, ranges from the "really dark, fighter-esque type -- very strong, 'nothing going to get us down' songs," to a modernized take on Marilyn Monroe's "Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend." Other influences range from Lykke Li to what she describes as the "funk style" of the new Maroon 5/Christina Aguilera collaboration, "Moves Like Jagger."

Meanwhile, Nadine and her team are currently in talks with U.S. labels, while they see how her new track "Sweetest High," a summer introduction for "Insatiable," performs. "'Sweetest High' is for the clubs, that's what it was for," Nadine says. "It wasn't supposed to be anything serious."

She continues: "There's no rules in music anymore. You don't have to go down with, 'You have a single, let's do six weeks of promo, beginning with this, doing this, doing this.' We're doing it in our own way.


should be her first us single, with a new mix imo.