Keri in Sasha’s Ass?

Let’s face it, it’s been a slow week for gossip, but I found this nugget interesting.  So, we all know singer/songwriter Keri Hilson has that hot song that’s being played constantly, and I actually like it, even with the gremlin Wayne doing what he does.  Well, Keri’s been acting up on the remix featuring Wayne and the other gremlin T-Pain.  Check out her verses, and tell me what you think.

I shot the sheriff, but wait till i shoot these b*thces……down
now i ain’t tryin to start no mess it just something of my chest…..that i need to get off
cause you turnin me off
ya vision cloudy if you think you the best
you can dance, she can sing but need to move it TO THE LEFT
you need to go have some babies, she needs to sit down she fadin

those other b*tches ain’t even worth my time to talk about
been had dollas boy, go get ya money up
know you ain’t the only homie homie lined up
i ain’t turnin it off, im still turning it on
go head and tell these folks how long i’ve been writing your song
i been putting you on
just check the credits ho
and if you want me you can find me in decatur ho

This is a blatant diss at Beyonce, the “To the Left” gives that away, but who else is she talking about?    Rumour has it that she’s also talking about Ciara.   I’m sure Beyonce is not going to say Boo, although I’m sure Solange will be running her mouth.  This is going to be interesting.  Keri’s cd is dropping on the 24th of this month.


This is what had to say about Keri’s career as a songwriter:

” Before she could utilize her talents for her own solo endeavors, R&B singer, vocal arranger, and songwriter Keri Lynn Hilson wrote a slew of songs, many of them chart-toppers, for several popular artists in the mid-2000s as part of the five-person production/songwriting team known as the Clutch. The dynamic songwriter was born in Decatur, GA, only a few miles outside of Atlanta. Addicted to TV talent shows like Star Search and Showtime at the Apollo, she was already plotting out her career in music at age 12. Even though her mother hired a piano teacher to encourage those talents, she mainly wanted to sing; therefore, Hilson converted those sessions into vocal lessons, accompanying the teacher on piano. In her mid- to late teens, her career jumped off as a songwriter and background vocalist, working under producer Anthony Dent (Destiny’s Child, Diddy). Borne out of that relationship were two failed girl groups (named Pretty Toni and D’Sign) and, more importantly, a host of connections within the industry for whom she wrote or did backup vocals, including Usher, Ludacris, Kelly Rowland, Ciara, and up-and-coming Southern rap producer Polow da Don.

After Hilson graduated from high school, she managed to continue juggling all these tasks when she enrolled into Emory University in Atlanta. She eventually moved on from Dent and began working more with Polow da Don. Attending school while actively advancing her music career put a great demand on her, especially from being a member of the extremely versatile Clutch team. But as luck would have it, Polow introduced her to superproducer Timbaland, who wasted no time in signing the multi-talented songbird to his growing Mosley Music imprint in 2006. Over the next couple years, Hilson‘s songwriting was practically ubiquitous, responsible for numerous hit singles, including Mary J. Blige‘s “Take Me as I Am,” Omarion‘s “Ice Box,” the Pussycat Dolls’ “Wait a Minute,” and Ciara‘s “Like a Boy.” With Timbaland and the Clutch in her corner, Hilson relied on the vast pool of recording artists and producers who needed (and wanted) to return the favor for her Mosley Music/Interscope debut. Cyril Cordor, All Music Guide”




2 Responses to “Keri in Sasha’s Ass?”

  1. loquacious Says:

    I give Keri props for coming out swinging. It’s time to put Beyonce on blast. She’s taken credit for other people’s work for far too long. I’ll check out Keri’s music. From what I heard so far, she’s really good. I need up tempo music for when I go to the gym.

  2. I say become popular on your own two feet and stop relying on “bad press” and jealousy to gain recognition. She don’t need Bey to get to the top.

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