NOW 9 CD Track List

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NOW 9 CD Track Listing:

1. Get The Party Started (Sweet Dreams Mix) – Pink

2. I’m A Slave 4 U – Britney Spears

3. Family Affair – Mary J. Blige

4. Whenever, Wherever – Shakira

5. Ain’t It Funny – Jennifer Lopez

6. Livin’ It Up – Ja Rule

7. Roll Out (My Business) – Ludacris

8. Lights, Camera, Action – Mr. Cheeks

9. Raise Up (All Cities Remix) – Petey Pablo

10. Caramel (Trackmasters Remix) – City High

11. Turn Off The Light – Nelly Furtado

12. Gone – *Nsync

13. Emotion – Destiny’s Child

14. Differences – Ginuwine

15. Drowning – Backstreet Boys

16. Stuck In A Moment – U2

17. Just Push Play – Aerosmith

18. Dig In – Lenny Kravitz

19. I Wish You Were Here – Incubus

20. Giving In – Adema

It Was Obvious Nelly Furtado Was Stalling In San Fran

Jim Harrington of LiveDaily.com was much more harsh on Nelly Furtado’s San Francisco concert last Thursday than the earlier review we posted was. Harrington said Furtado “simply had too many minutes and not enough worthwhile material. In moments, it seemed as if she was just killing time, watching the clock and hoping that we wouldn’t notice. We did.”

Nelly Furtado Not The Greatest But Manages To Have Fun

Tony Hicks of the Contra Costa Times was at Nelly Furtado’s Thursday’s show at the Warfield in San Francisco and reviewed the singer’s show before a diverse audience. Hicks said, “Though Furtado might seem to have the makings of a flash-in-the-pan artist because of her looks and appeal to preteens, her music is rooted firmly in enough styles to keep her around. Though not an accomplished guitarist, she knew what she was doing on at least three songs. Though not the greatest vocalist, her voice nevertheless doesn’t let her down on stage. Though not the greatest performer, she manages to keep the crowd into the show all night by simply having fun and not letting her focus stray.”

Howard Stern Talks About Nelly Furtado Soundcheck

Howard Stern told listeners Tuesday that he was at the soundcheck for Nelly Furtado during his stay in Las Vegas last week. Howard said he was impressed with Nelly and that she seemed to know what she was doing, even though he admitted to never being at a soundcheck before. He was impressed enough with Furtado to go and buy her CD but he said he’s not that big of a fan. Howard joked about her lack of height saying she looked like a little fairy or a cute singing dwarf. Fans on her official site’s message board had a mixed reaction to Stern and his comments.

Valentine’s Day Represents Heartbreak For Furtado

Marian Liu of The Mercury News spoke with Nelly Furtado ahead of her Valentine’s Day concerts on Thursday and Friday at San Francisco’s Warfield. Nelly apparently didn’t know her tour ran through the holiday which represents heartbreak to her. She groups it with birthdays and anniversaries as days during which people analyze their relationships. Nelly offered, “Maybe I’ll dedicate one of my songs to them, like ‘I’m Like a Bird,’ It’ll be a mixed message.”

Backstreet Boys & Nelly Furtado Get Juno Nominations

The Backstreet Boys were nominated for Best-selling album, foreign or domestic with ‘Black and Blue’ while Canada’s own Nelly Furtado got two nominations for this year’s Juno Awards. The awards will be held April 14 at Mile One Stadium in St. John’s and hosted by the Barenaked Ladies.

Nelly Furtado Compares Britney Spears To Campbell’s Soup Kid

Scott Batiuk of Slamm spoke with Nelly Furtado to get her thoughts on Britney Spears. Nelly revealed, “Britney Spears is kinda like the Campbell’s Soup kid. Andy Warhol would have loved her, ya know? She’s become an icon of some type of- I don’t know. She almost represents globalization, commercialism in a way. But not in a bad way. That’s just what she is and I think that’s what her appeal is. It’s like the Campbell’s Soup kid. Who knows if it’s evil or good, but it’s there, and somebody’s connecting to it. Musically- I don’t know.”

Nelly Furtado Enjoys Her Diverse Audience

Jimmy Magahern of the Phoenix New Times spoke with Nelly Furtado who gushed about her “awesome” and diverse fanbase. Nelly said, “There’s every nationality, every color, every ethnicity. Every type of person is at my show. It’s really, really cool. It’s really cool.” Furtado also touched on the FHM photo controversy saying, “I make my decisions for myself and my fans, so when somebody else makes a decision for you, I think you have a right, as an individual, to let people know the truth about what’s really going on.”

Nelly Furtado Calls Herself A ‘Musical Anthropologist’

Greg Quill of the Toronto Star spoke with Nelly Furtado where she explained the process of writing a pop song. Nelly said simply, “Lyrics and melody make a pop song – that’s all there is. Beyond that, I’m like a cultural and musical sponge, I just soak everything in and squeeze it out for my own music. Sometimes I feel like a musical anthropologist.”

Nelly Furtado Encouraged By Teachers

Entertainment Weekly spoke with India.Arie, Nelly Furtado, and Alicia Keys ahead of the Grammy Awards, where both dominate in nominations. Nelly gave a lot of credit to teachers saying, “There’s nothing better than when a teacher tells you you’re talented or they believe in your writing. When a teacher says that when you’re a kid, it’s like, Oh my God, nothing better. And I’m talking all it takes is one comment from a teacher to give you confidence for, like, five years- longer — a lifetime.”

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