DJ DIphoeniX’s top 20 Jamz – EVERY FRIDAY!!!..[the hottest songs on urban & pop radio] + updates on the Billboard Hot 100 & Jamaican Music Charts {September 11 – 17, 2009}

September 11 – 17, 2009

30. ice cream paint job [dorrough] (30)
29. last chance [ginuwine] (19)
28. say hey (i love you) [michael franti & spearhead/cherine anderson] (-)
27. fallin’ for you [colbie caillat] (-)
26. 21 guns [green day] (22)
25. best i ever had [drake] (18)*~ {Pk:1(3wks)}
24. lol :-) [trey songz/gucci mane/soulja boy tell’em] (-)
23. battlefield [jordin sparks] (16) {Pk:8}
22. be on you [flo rida/ne-yo] (27)
21. big green tractor [jason aldean] (26)

20. love drunk [boys like girls] (23)
19. God in me [mary mary/kierra “kiKi” sheard] (25)
18. ego [beyonce] (13) {Pk:3}
17. wasted [gucci mane/plies] (21)
16. whatcha say [jason derulo] (20)
15. she wolf [shakira] (10) {Pk:10}
14. sweet dreams [beyonce] (14)
13. run this town [jay-z/rihanna/kanye west] (17)
12. throw it in the bag [fabolous/the-dream/drake] (12)
11. successful [drake/trey songz/lil wayne] (11)
10. party in the USA [miley cyrus] (15) {Pk:10}
09. obsessed [mariah carey] (9) {Pk:9}
08. hotel room service [pitbull] (8) {Pk:8}
07. good girls go bad [cobra starship/leighton meester] (5) {Pk:4}
06. you belong with me [taylor swift] (7) {Pk:3}
05. use somebody [kings of leon] (1)* {Pk:1(2wks)}
04. pretty wings [maxwell] (3) {Pk:3}
03. break up [mario/gucci mane/sean garrett] (2) {Pk:2}
02. down [jay sean/lil wayne] (6) {Pk:2}
01. i gotta feeling [the black eyed peas] (4)*~ {Pk:1(6wks)}

* – Former NUMBER 1 ‘jam’
~ – Nominee for ‘jam’ of the year(2009)
(#) – Previous Week
{Pk:#) – Peak Position (shown for top 10 peakers only)
RE – Re-entry (to the charts)

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NOMINEES FOR TOP JAMZ OF THE YEAR (no particular order):
live your life [t.i.]
single ladies (put a ring on it) [beyonce]
just dance [lady gaga]
blame it [jamie foxx]
poker face [lady gaga]
boom boom pow [black eyed peas]
best i ever had [drake]
i gotta feeling [the black eyed peas]

2007 – Timbaland Ft. Keri Hilson, Sebastian & Doe “The Way I Are”
2008 – Snoop Dogg “Sensual Seduction (Sexual Eruption)”

DJ DIphoeniX’s top 20 Jamz (“Da Jamz”) IS BROUGHT TO YOU COURTESY OF:

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Girlz {Radio Version} (Ft. Vegas, Chico, Kiprich, Hawkeye & Mr. Lex)
Dj Diphoenix & Dj Dimitri – USA

Ms. Body {Tha THICKness} [Tha Ladies (‘Y U Wanna’ & ‘B. Girls’ Mix)]
DJ DIphoeniX & ZJ Ice (Ft. T.I., Munga Honorebel & Aidonia)
Diphoenix, T.I., Munga Honorebel, Sean Kingston, Cham & Beenie Man – USA

One Woman’s Man (2008)
Shonie Featuring Diphoenix – USA

Meeting In My Bedroom
Silk & Diphoenix – USA

Filthy Rich (Meking Money)
Serani & Konshens Featuring Diphoenix – Jamaica

Romain Virgo & Diphoenix – Jamaica





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Reggaefusion (Reggae fusion)

Old Skool R&B/HIP HOP Joints

Classicz from early 2000s

Pop-Rock.Soft Rock hits from the Mid (& early) 90s

Hitz from the “POP ERA” (1997-2002)

F*** songs

ONE Hit Wonders (Late 90s to Early 00s)
by Richie B – host of “HOT MIX” on HOT 102 FM – Jamaica
Date : -+ September 11, 2009 +-


TW LW WOC Play Song – Artist – Label
1 1 10 Play the Tune ! Completely (Come Breed Mi) (2 wks @ #1) – Vybz Kartel feat. Gaza Indu – Big Ship <!–| view video–>
2 3 8 Play the Tune ! Mockingbird – Mavado – Firelinks
3 2 18 Play the Tune ! Think Bout Mi (1 wk @ #1) – Macka Diamond & Unicorn – Notice Productions
4 6 6 Play the Tune ! Couple Up – T.O.K. – Fresh Ear
5 5 11 Play the Tune ! Life – G Whizz – TJ Records
6 4 22 Play the Tune ! Ugly (2 wks @ #1) – Kiprich & Black-er – Fresh Ear
7 10 9 Play the Tune ! No Man Room – Ding Dong – Fresh Ear
8 11 8 Play the Tune ! Dollar Coin – Black Rhyno – Adidjaheim/Not Nice
9 7 20 Play the Tune ! Unfinished House (2 wks @ #1) – Flippa Mafia – Liv-Up Records
10 12 4 Play the Tune ! Something Ago Happen – Vybz Kartel – Firelinks
11 9 15 Play the Tune ! From Mawning (Never Change)- Chino – Big Ship
12 13 6 Play the Tune ! Ever Clean – Beenie Man – Young Blood
13 8 23 Play the Tune ! Hallelujah (2 wks @ #1) – Elephant Man – Very Huge Records
14 15 5 Play the Tune ! Unfair Officer – WASP – WMP
15 16 3 Play the Tune ! Love Dem – Vybz Kartel – Heart Of Love
16 17 4 Play the Tune ! Hustle – Iyara – Rescue Production
17 18 4 Play the Tune ! Back Broke – Junior Pinchers – Sloppishizzle Records
18 14 14 Play the Tune ! Spell It Out – Tifa – Ward 21
19 20 3 Play the Tune ! Versatility – Vybz Kartel feat. Gaza Indu – Head Concussion
20 21 3 Play the Tune ! Don’t Blame Life – Bugle – TJ Records
21 22 3 Play the Tune ! So Fine – Sean Paul – VP Records/Atlantic
22 24 3 Play the Tune ! Hurt Mi – Spragga Benz & I-Octane – Arrows Recording
23 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Hope & Pray – Mavado – Chrome Records
24 19 13 Play the Tune ! The Good Life – Stacious – Liv-Up Records
25 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Without My Own – Vybz Kartel – Smurf Records

TW – This Week; LW – Last Week; WOC – Weeks on Chart
Sources: Sound Systems, Record Shops, Night Clubs & Radio Play


TW LW WOC Play Song – Artist – Label
1 1 15 Play the Tune ! Pressuring The Poor (3 wks @ #1) – Spryng-I & Ras Shiloh – Tren-setta Productions <!–| view video–>
2 2 14 Play the Tune ! Talk It Over – Lt Brooksie – Sounie Productions
3 3 16 Play the Tune ! Wanna Go Home – Romain Virgo – Vikings & Peat Music
4 5 14 Play the Tune ! I’m Free – Jahranimo feat. Jah Cure – Lighting Ball Production
5 6 13 Play the Tune ! Talk If You Talking – Cherine Anderson – Taxi
6 7 15 Play the Tune ! Street Life – Richie Spice – Sons of Spoon
7 8 11 Play the Tune ! I Wanna Wake Up With You – Stevie Face – Boot Camp
8 4 18 Play the Tune ! You’ll Never Find (1 wk @ #1) – Jah Cure – Don Corleon
9 9 9 Play the Tune ! Fuss Nor Fight – Stream – House Of Hits
10 10 8 Play the Tune ! Weak To You – Sophia Brown – Music Mecca/321 Strong
11 11 7 Play the Tune ! Caan Cool – Khago – Shacoops Music
12 13 8 Play the Tune ! Sold Out – Bonafide Band – Broad Yard Records
13 14 7 Play the Tune ! All About You – Wayne Wonder – Big Ship
14 16 4 Play the Tune ! Mama You Alone – I-Octane – Arrows Recording
15 15 11 Play the Tune ! Heart Of Stone – Tanya Stephens – Bass Inna Yu Face Records
16 17 5 Play the Tune ! Melody To My Song – Christopher Martin – Baby G
17 19 3 Play the Tune ! Lioness on the Rise – Queen Ifrica – Penthouse
18 20 3 Play the Tune ! Rastaman – Macka Diamond – White
19 21 3 Play the Tune ! Wash The Tears – Gramps Morgan – Dada Son Ent
20 22 3 <!– Play the Tune ! –>N/A Always On My Mind – George Nooks – Tads Records
21 23 3 Play the Tune ! Secrets – Petah Morgan – Juke Boxx
22 24 2 Play the Tune ! Ghetto Vibes – Lady G – House Of Hits
23 25 2 Play the Tune ! Try Jah Love – Josie Mel & Smokey Benz – Minor 7, Flat 5
24 12 25 Play the Tune ! Too Late (1 wk @ #1) – Junior Kelly & Queen Ifrica – AL.TA.FA.AN
25 18 26 Play the Tune ! Under My Skin (1 wk @ #1) – Anthony Red Rose – Taxi

TW – This Week; LW – Last Week; WOC – Weeks on Chart
Sources: Sound Systems, Record Shops, Night Clubs & Radio Play

Mariah Carey Returns To Hot 100 Top 10

by Ayala Ben-Yehuda and Keith Caulfield, L.A. | September 10, 2009 10:55 EDT

After eight weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Obsessed,” Mariah Carey leaps over the top 10 hurdle as the song breaks through to No. 7. “Obsessed” spent the last three weeks at No. 11, just shy of the top tally, but jumps to No. 7 this week – making the song Carey’s 27th top ten on the chart.

That puts her in a tie for fifth place (with Elton John and Janet Jackson) for most top 10s in the history of the Hot 100. Ahead of Carey on the tally are Madonna (37), the Beatles (34) and Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder (28 each). “Obsessed” holds at No. 7 on Hot 100 Airplay and returns to the top 10 of Hot Digital Songs (courtesy of 72,000 downloads last week).

No such delay for Jason DeRulo’s debut single “Whatcha Say,” which took just four weeks reach the top 10 – the fastest climb for an artist’s first entry on the Hot 100 since M.I.A.‘s “Paper Planes” last year. “Whatcha Say” climbs to No. 9 this week from No. 13 last week.

Elsewhere in the top 10, the Black Eyed Peas‘ “I Gotta Feeling” is still at No. 1, followed by Jay Sean feat. Lil Wayne‘s “Down” holding at No. 2, Miley Cyrus‘ “Party in the U.S.A.” staying at No. 3, and Jay-Z, Rihanna and Kanye West’s “Run This Town” achieving the week’s greatest airplay gain to jump 6-4.

Kings of Leon drop 4-5 with “Use Somebody,” Taylor Swift falls 5-6 with “You Belong With Me,” Pitbull‘s “Hotel Room Service” rising 9-8, and Drake‘s “Best I Ever Had” falling 7-10.

Billboard’s Woman of the Year, Beyonce, becomes the fifth female in Hot 100 history to place six songs from one album within the top 40. Her “Sweet Dreams” climbs 46-39 this week. The other women to place six songs from one album in the top 40 of the Hot 100 are Janet Jackson (three times), Shania Twain, Rihanna and Taylor Swift.

Breaking Benjamin scores the week’s highest debut with “I Will Not Bow” at No. 40, on the strength of 50,000 downloads and a jump in alternative radio airplay. Lady GaGa‘s “Paparazzi” is the week’s greatest digital gainer, soaring 74-44 on the Hot 100 with increased airplay and a 52% increase in downloads.

Chart Beat Thursday: Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Billie Holiday

SHE’S GOT THE ‘LOOK’: How long had it been since Whitney Houston presided over the Billboard 200? Until this week, the superstar last led when the soundtrack to the “The Bodyguard,” credited as a Houston album in Billboard’s archives, spent its 20th and final week at No. 1 on the chart dated May 29, 1993. That week, a band called Radiohead made its first career appearance on the Billboard 200 with “Pablo Honey,” Tag Team’s “Whoomp! (There It Is)” was the Hot 100’s Hot Shot Debut and Toby Keith notched his first of 33 career top fives on Country Songs.

This week, Houston returns to the Billboard 200 throne, as “I Look to You” roars in at No. 1. ( Click here for’s analysis of Houston’s hefty sales haul that produced the bow).

“I Look to You” becomes Houston’s fourth No. 1 album. Her fab four are:

“Whitney Houston,” 1986 (14 weeks at No. 1)
“Whitney,” 1987 (11 weeks at No. 1)
“The Bodyguard” 1992-93 (20 weeks at No. 1)
“I Look to You” 2009 (1 week to date at No. 1)

“I Look to You” is Houston’s first No. 1-debuting album since “Whitney” 22 years ago. The latter title was also the first album by a woman to begin at No. 1, arriving atop the Billboard 200 dated June 27, 1987.

Despite her lengthy hiatus from the penthouse, Houston’s standing on the chart stretching to her juggernaut of a debut album remains sterling. Since her first week atop the tally on March 8, 1986, here is a look at the artists to spend the most weeks at No. 1:

51, Garth Brooks
46, Whitney Houston
30, Mariah Carey
22, Eminem
21, M.C. Hammer
21, U2
17, Billy Ray Cyrus
17, Jay-Z
16, Bruce Springsteen
16, Vanilla Ice

On R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, “I Look to You” becomes Houston’s fifth No. 1. She previously reigned with “Whitney Houston” (1985), “I’m Your Baby Tonight” (1990-91), “The Bodyguard” (1992-93) and her soundtrack to “The Preacher’s Wife” (1997).

While Houston starts atop the Billboard 200, she posts a new entry on the Billboard Hot 100 at the anchor spot, as “Million Dollar Bill” cashes in at No. 100. The song is her 39th career Hot 100 entry. The new album’s title cut concurrently jumps from No. 98 to No. 70, granting Houston her highest Hot 100 ranking since “Could I Have This Kiss Forever,” with Enrique Iglesias, peaked at No. 52 in 2000.

Whitney Houston isn’t the only female superstar ascending to notable Hot 100 heights.

After spending four of its prior eight chart weeks, including the last three, at No. 11, Mariah Carey‘s “Obsessed” breaks through the top 10 barrier, rising 11-7.

The track is the Carey’s 27th top 10, lifting her into a three-way tie for fifth-most top 10s since the Hot 100 launched in 1958. She also ties for second-place among women:

37, Madonna
34, The Beatles
28, Michael Jackson
28, Stevie Wonder
27, Mariah Carey
27, Elton John
27, Janet Jackson

“Obsessed” reaches the top 10 thanks to its No. 7 ranking with a bullet on Radio Songs/Hot 100 Airplay and a 12-10 rebound on Digital Songs. With the title’s rise, Carey has now logged time in the top 10 on the Hot 100 in 17 of 20 years since her arrival. Stretching to the bow of “Vision of Love” on the Hot 100 dated June 2, 1990, she’s been absent from the top tier only in 2002, 2004 and 2007.

‘SWEET’ SPOT: Whitney Houston’s chart career began in the ’80s, Mariah Carey’s in the ’90s. Now, how about a diva who soared to solo success this decade?

Beyonce bounces 46-39 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Sweet Dreams.” The song is the sixth top 40 hit from her album “I Am…Sasha Fierce.” The six are, with their peak positions noted:

No. 3, “If I Were a Boy”
No. 1 (four weeks), “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)”
No. 19, “Diva”
No. 5, “Halo”
No. 39, “Ego”
No. 39 (to date), “Sweet Dreams”

Beyonce becomes just the fifth female artist in the chart’s history to score at least a six-pack of top 40 titles from one album.

Janet Jackson was the first woman to achieve the honor, with all six singles from “Control” reaching the top 20 in 1986-87. The next two albums Jackson released repeated the impressive six-cess. She garnered seven top 10s from “Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814” in 1989-91 (plus the No. 5-peaking Hot 100 Airplay cut “State of the World,” which did not appear on the Hot 100, as commercially unavailable singles were not then allowed on the latter chart). Jackson added six more top 10s (counting the double-sided “You Want This/70’s Love Groove” as one entry, per Hot 100 rules at the time) from “janet.” in 1993-95.

Following Jackson, Shania Twain posted six top 40 hits from “Come On Over” in 1997-99.

This decade, two women prior to Beyonce accomplished the feat. Rihanna collected seven top 20 hits from “Good Girl Gone Bad” (Billboard counts both the original and “Reloaded” edition of the set as one chart entry). Since last November, Taylor Swift has sent six songs from “Fearless” into the top 20.

TOP HOLIDAY ALBUMS: A discount at Amazon’s MP3 store sends a pioneer woman in American music to her highest-charting album on the Billboard 200 in 36 years.

“The Complete Billie Holiday” bows at No. 122, granting the late jazz legend her highest-ranking set since 1973’s “Strange Fruit” reached No. 108.

The new entry is Holiday’s fifth charted album. She first appeared with “The Billie Holiday Story,” her top-peaking set (No. 85), in 1972. Until this week, she had last charted with “Ken Burns Jazz – The Definitive Billie Holiday” in 2001.

(A singer who enjoyed success alongside Holiday moves into the runner-up spot on U.K. Albums. Dame Vera Lynn races 20-2 on the chart with a compilation released to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II. Lynn is 92 years young).

REVIVAL: As with Holiday, 1973 also figures into the album that starts on the Billboard 200 at No. 24.

A month after Creedence Clearwater Revival notched its highest-charting set on the Billboard 200 since 1973, its frontman bests the peak of his solo debut from the same year with a sequel set. John Fogerty‘s “The Blue Ridge Rangers” reached No. 47 in 36 years ago. This week, the album’s conceptual bookend, “The Blue Ridge Rangers / Rides Again,” arrives 23 spots higher than the peak of its predecessor.

The new release is Fogerty’s eighth straight top 40 album. His current batting streak began with the No. 1 “Centerfield” in 1985.

ALONG COMES MARY MARY: Sister duo Mary Mary earns its second top 10 on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, after waiting out the lengthiest climb to the top tier in the survey’s 67-year history.

“God in Me,” featuring Kierra “Kiki” Sheard, lifts 11-10 in its 42nd week. Its trek passes that of R. Kelly‘s “Step In the Name of Love,” which reached the top 10 in its 36th week in 2003.

“God in Me” is Mary Mary’s second R&B/Hip-Hop Songs top 10, following its No. 9-peaking chart debut “Shackles (Praise You)” in 2000. The twosome is the only gospel act with multiple top 10s on the chart this decade.

On Gospel Songs, “God in Me” leads for a seventh week. The pair had previously ruled with “Heaven” for 15 weeks in 2005.

CHART BEAT BITS: Shannon’s classic “Let the Music Play” finds new life on Dance/Club Play Songs, as Jordin Sparks‘ “S.O.S. (Let the Music Play),” which borrows the original version’s chorus, enters at No. 48. Shannon’s take spent six weeks atop the Dance/Club Play tally in 1983. Sparks’ new single follows the No. 10-peaking Hot 100 hit “Battlefield,” the title cut from her sophomore album …

Breaking Benjamin‘s fifth Hot 100 entry instantly becomes its highest-charting, as “I Will Not Bow” does bow at No. 40. The track, No. 15 on Alternative Songs, debuts at No. 18 on Digital Songs. The quartet releases its fourth studio album, “Dear Agony,” Sept. 29 …

Michael Buble’s new album, “Crazy Love,” doesn’t arrive until Oct. 9, but anticipation for the collection looks strong. The set’s lead single, “Haven’t Met You Yet,” ties Seal’s “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” for the year’s best start (No. 22) on Adult Contemporary. The track also starts at No. 33 on Digital Songs and No. 65 on the Hot 100. Buble tells Billboard that fans should not be surprised by the new song’s uptempo sound, even if many of his previous hits have been traditional ballads. “I grew up in the ’80s,” he says. “I didn’t grow up in the ’30s. I love great melodies – great pop songs” …

History continues to be re-written on the Hot 100. Updates: the Black Eyed Peas extend their record streak to 23 straight weeks at No. 1, while the act’s label, Interscope, pushes its record run among labels to 24 consecutive frames in charge (Lady Gaga‘s Poker Face” began the No. 1 lockdown in April). Concurrently, Jason Mraz‘s “I’m Yours” registers a record-extending 73rd chart week, even bulleting as it rebounds 35-30 …

You’ve known her as Audrey Griswold, Danielle Bowden and Carla Tate, but, this week, actress Juliette Lewis adds a new role: Billboard-charted musician. The film and TV star makes her first appearance on a Billboard music chart, as “Terra Incognita” opens at No. 15 on Heatseekers Albums. Lewis released three albums with her former band the Licks between 2004 and 2006, the last of which featured Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl on drums.

Chart Beat Wednesday: Carrie Underwood, Kings Of Leon, Miley Cyrus

CARRIE ON: Carrie Underwood collects the highest debut by a female artist this year on Country Songs, as “Cowboy Casanova” ropes a No. 26 start. Among all acts, Underwood’s new hit ties Brad Paisley‘s “Then” for the year’s second-best bow on Country Songs. Kenny Chesney‘s “Out Last Night” began at No. 25 on the April 11, chart.

Dating to the conversion of Country Songs to Nielsen BDS-monitored data on the chart dated Jan. 20, 1990, “Cowboy Casanova” logs the fifth-best entrance for a song by a female artist. And look who has the highest:

No. 20, “So Small,” Carrie Underwood (2007)
No. 21, “All Jacked Up,” Gretchen Wilson (2005)
No. 24, “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!,” Shania Twain (2002)
No. 25, “Love Story,” Taylor Swift (2008)
No. 26, “Cowboy Casanova,” Carrie Underwood (2009)

Just two other songs by women have arrived in the top 30 during the Nielsen BDS era. Notably, the top six have done so this decade. Faith Hill‘s “Mississippi Girl” launched at No. 27 in 2005. The only top 30 debut of the ’90s by a female artist? Twain’s “Love Gets Me Every Time,” which opened at No. 29 in 1997.

Just as “So Small” resoundingly heralded the release of Underwood’s sophomore album, “Carnival Ride,” two years ago, “Cowboy Casanova” introduces “Play On,” due Nov. 3. reported on the new song’s online leak last week. Click here to read more and to hear the track.

CHART KINGS: Kings of Leon continue to don more chart crowns. This week, the Followill family quartet rises to the top of Alternative Songs and Adult Top 40 with “Notion” and “Use Somebody,” respectively.

On Alternative Songs, “Notion” (3-1) becomes the band’s third No. 1, all from its fourth album, “Only By the Night.” “Sex On Fire” reigned for eight weeks, and “Use Somebody” ruled for three weeks. The act is the first to earn three leaders from an album since Foo Fighters, whose “Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace” yielded “The Pretender,” “Long Road to Ruin” and “Let It Die” in 2007-08.

On Adult Top 40, viewable at, “Use Somebody” rises 2-1. The group’s crossover to adult radio is fortified by the track’s debut at No. 27 on Adult Contemporary.

‘PARTY’ GIRL: Miley Cyrus bounds into the top 10 on Pop Songs/Mainstream Top 40, as “Party in the U.S.A.” pounces 14-10. The song wins the chart’s Greatest Gainer award for a second straight week.

The track is Cyrus’s third top 10 in four tries on Pop Songs. “See You Again” reached No. 4 in April 2008. Three months later, “7 Things” rose to No. 19. This June, “The Climb” climbed to No. 5.

At just five chart weeks, “Party in the U.S.A.” easily marks Cyrus’ swiftest ascent to the top 10. “See You Again” took 13 weeks to reach the top tier, and “The Climb” required 14 frames.

COMPLETE BEAT: After a No. 3 start on the Billboard 200 last week following just three days at retail, Cyrus’ “Time of Our Lives (EP)” grows after a full week of availability. Blocking her path to the summit, however, is the artist who led the Billboard Hot 100 five days after Cyrus was born almost 17 years ago. Check back tomorrow when we run down feats from among all our charts, including the Billboard 200, where Whitney Houston celebrates her first No. 1 since “The Bodyguard” led for 20 weeks in 1992-93. “I Look to You” becomes Houston’s fourth Billboard 200 topper. Prior to “The Bodyguard,” she led with “Whitney Houston” in 1985 and “Whitney” in 1987.
DJ DIphoeniX’s iCANDY [EYEcandy]

Feature Model: Nicole Alexander a.k.a. Hoopz


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“Treat me no different than you would the queen!!” – Sexy Tammy

Sexy Myspace girl of the week

sexygirls_hotgirls.jpgHEy OutAroad.comLittle about Tammy
Name: Tammy
Birthday: February 18, 1983
Birthplace: Boston Ma
Current Location: Boston and everywhere else
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Height: 5’9”
Right Handed or Left Handed: Right of course
Your Heritage: African American, Native American, Bahamian
The Shoes You Wore Today: Black Suede High Heels
Your Weakness: Love
Your Fears: Fear itself
Your Perfect Pizza: A good one
Goal You Would Like To Achieve This Year: Buying my house
Your Most Overused Phrase On an instant messenger:” I’m all set!”
Thoughts First Waking Up: Where’s my cat?
Your Best Physical Feature: Lips
Your Bedtime: Anytime
Your Most Missed Memory: My Dad



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Ecstasy Models Stepping up The Pace

EcstasyModels_tierra.jpgAfter two years of extensive research and behind the scenes work in helping models further their careers, Ecstasy Models(Formerly Paradise Models) is stepping up and moving into the forefront in the modeling industry.

We feel there is a void needing to be filled for models who are up and coming in their careers to become a Top model. So to fill that void Ecstasy Models has moved into the management and photography side to give models who are up and coming the right place to not only showcase their talent but also assist them in the right way to reach their goals. Because Ecstasy is a state of being…..being in the right place, at the right time with the right people behind you…..that’s ecstasy – Here are a few photos of some of our models – Tierra, Britteny, .






~ by diphoenix on September 13, 2009.

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