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Interested in making a band, vocalist Michael Fitzpatrick quickly brought together his college friend saxophonist James King who then suggested singer Noelle Scaggs and drummer John Wicks. Wicks then invited bassist Joseph Karnes and keyboardist Jeremy Ruzumna to form Fitz…
Kandi Burrus has goned from R&B singer to actress, then record producer and finally a reality television star. She combines all of that in a new show. From the group Xscape to the Real Housewives of Atlanta, Burrus always seems to land on top and has become a strong contender in the music business.
Now Burrus is ready to help 16 contestants build their dreams on Kandi Factory her latest project. Many are found on YouTube and look to be possible dance artists for the future.
She brings a history of such hits as “No Scrubs” and “Bills, Bills, Bills” to the table. With such vast experience she takes these budding music stars to a whole new level on a competition reality show.
We talked to her right before the season kicked off.
Jerry Nunn: Hi, Kandi. I interviewed you at a club in Chicago a while ago. How is the Chicago contestant on the Kandi Factory?
Kandi Burrus: Oh yeah, I actually lover Mathew Cash. I can’t tell you everything that happens of course but Matthew is a rapper and he actually writes his own lyrics. I knew that he was serious about his craft so I didn’t want people to take him as a joke. So I wasn’t even going to attempt to try to write his raps for him or anything like that.
He’s the only artist out of all of the contestants on the show who actually had the opportunity to write his own music. I only wrote his hook because I just felt like to be taken seriously as a rapper now somebody has to actually be a good writer. I guess that in itself, makes him stand out from everybody else.
JN: How were the contestants in general?
KB: A lot of the people who came on the show they did not have a musical background and we did have some who did. Like there were some people that came onto Kandi Factory who had already done music videos before.
They had already been trying to get a deal for some years. One of the guys he is actually an engineer.
The thing that cracked me up and weirds me out is we had one gentleman who told us he was a choreographer. But then when it came time for him to start doing the choreography something was going on. I don’t know. I sure didn’t see a choreographer. So sometimes it’s harder for them to take direction.
Whereas with somebody who is open minded, they’ve never done it before, they’re kind of like open and they’re just soaking up everything you’re teaching them.
JN: Were there any gay contestants on the show?
KB: Oh yeah definitely. There were a couple actually. We had a young lady. She is an open lesbian. She is an older woman as well. We also had a young guy. He lives in California and he was openly gay. He’s definitely a fun artist and he brought the drama.
As far as when it comes to sexuality and the entertainment business come on now, we know there are a lot of people in the entertainment business who definitely are in the LGBT community.
Whether or not they’re open with it or not I mean it is what it is.
JN: What went into the selection process?
KB: We did have a casting agency that they received like thousands of audition tapes and they kind of narrowed it down to a certain number. Then it went back and forth between myself, you know, some of the Bravo executives and True Entertainment, the production company.
Like we were going back and forth voting in a way, which ones we felt like should make it. And with that it was like we had to have people that represented all different age groups, all different styles of music. We wanted people with different levels of talent.
When we did the pilot some people thought that we were only catering to people who weren’t necessarily great performers or great artists or great singers. Well we wanted all different levels of talent this time around.
We wanted people who could really sing or really rap. We wanted some people who were a little more challenged, to show the range of what we could do with that person. So that’s how we kind of judged it.
Like if we had somebody who is great in this area then we had to find somebody who was great in another area and we wanted all different age ranges as well. So it was a lot of different factors.
JN: What made you do another reality show?
KB: Basically I wanted to do another show that I had two show ideas that I had pitched to Bravo.
I could give people the opportunity to help them achieve their lifelong dream of doing music because after my first year on the Housewives when I did the song with Kim, so many people were coming up to me every day saying oh, if you could do that for her I know you can do that for me.
So I was like well it would be kind of cool and fun to just do it for just regular everyday people who just never had anybody to work with them. So Bravo thought it was a great idea and they let me do it.
JN: What does your show that other music reality shows don’t have?
KB: Well first off I can tell people that our show has all original songs. Like all of the songs were written specifically for that contestant. There are no cover tunes on our show. Like most of the music shows I see I mean they all have cover tunes. Not on our music show. You will not get that.
So we did that because obviously I’m a writer and I wanted to showcase that side of it. On our show it’s mostly about the whole artist development process. I think people totally forget about that. They just want to become a star overnight.
We show you the behind the scenes of what it takes to get there as far as you have to have a hit song. You have to have a hot image if you’re going to showcase for different record labels you need to have all that together. That’s what you can get from me and my team on the Kandi Factory.
I think it’s kind of cool because we do all genres of music this season. Everything from rock, pop, rap, R&B, I mean some of everything. You get to see our skills and see how we can switch it up.
I’d love for people to know that I don’t like to be in a box. I don’t like to stay in one lane. I can write any style of music and so I’m really curious to see what people are going to think when they hear the songs.
JN: Are there any celebrity guests on the show?
KB: Well Ruben Studdard, he stopped through to give some advice to one of our contestants which I thought that was really good because he’s been in this whole competition situation before.
I haven’t seen all of the finished episodes. I don’t know if it made it or not but Phaedra, she had to come by at one point because we had a couple of people on my team actually got to fighting with each other.
JN: How do you know what is right for Kandi Factory?
KB: Well a lot of the artists kind of tell us what type of music they see themselves doing when they send their audition tapes in.
We had a rock artist on the show and on his tape he wanted to do rock music. To be honest with you his audition tape really did not showcase his vocals at all. When we got him in the studio he really did his thing.
We had another young lady who on her audition tape she told us she wanted to do songs where she could really belt out some vocals. We had to write her a whole other song. That’s the thing. I mean it is reality and sometimes you may think that you have the right record for somebody.
But when you see that you don’t then it’s back to the drawing board. We had some sleepless nights because we only have like five days to work with these people. On the fifth day they’re on stage.
So if I don’t have the right song for them when they get there that means like I’m up all night trying to come up with something that’s going to be perfect for them, for them to go back into the studio the next day. We had some situations where we had to switch the songs around. We just had to do what we had to do.
JN: Being on the Housewives how do you feel about having true talent in the music business?
KB: As far as with the show Housewives I feel like everybody has their good days and their bad days. I mean we’re taping for like five to six months. In my mind I just feel like anybody in your regular life if you had somebody taping you for that long and you did something crazy you know that’s what’s going to make the show. Do you know what I mean?
So on a day to day basis I think the girls are really cool and I think they all have success in their own right. So I don’t think that I’m necessarily above anybody. I just feel like I stay in my lane, I do what I do and, you know, they do what they do.
I think all of us represent a different type of woman. I feel like I was good for the show because Atlanta it’s a huge entertainment community.
I kind of represent the people in the music industry and the entertainment business that live here. I grew up here. I was born and raised here. They didn’t have any of the other ladies on the show were born and raised in Atlanta until I came on.
I think Porsha, she’s born and raised in Atlanta too now. But she just came on this year. But I felt like it was kind of cool to have somebody who represented the ATL, whereas some of the other ladies, you know, they, they, you know, they come from other places.
JN: What’s the latest update on Porsha?
KB: Well of course my heart goes out to Porsha. I don’t really want to speak on anything to do with her marriage or whatever because it’s not really for me to speak on. But definitely my heart goes out to her and I really hope that things work out for her. She had to come mediate, I don’t know if that made it onto the show or not since I haven’t seen that episode yet.
I had lots of friends that showed up at the big showcases at the end. I know Cynthia came by.
JN: As far as your wedding would you make a reality show of that?
KB: As of now we have not planned to. We have talked about it back and forth but as of now, no. But we’re open I guess. Right now I kind of have plans to do it just privately.
JN: Would you ever leave the Housewives to do this show instead?
KB: Well for now I would continue to do both if the network would allow me to continue to do both. The way they worked it out last year I did the whole season with the ladies and then I just went straight into taping Kandi Factory.
I only had like a two-week break or something like that. I pretty much was taping the whole year almost last year. Even though it was a lot of work I love music and that’s just something that I just love hands down.
I would definitely want to continue to do both because I do enjoy doing Housewives with the ladies as well. I wouldn’t say that I’m like a person who feels like I want my whole life to be on TV all the time. But it’s kind of cool to be on a show with an ensemble cast where it’s not just about me.
JN: I look forward to seeing the show.
KB: Thank you.
Look for Kandi and her Factory every Tuesday on Bravo.
American Idol has never been the same since Nicki Minaj took over judging for the twelfth season. The rapper from Trinidad has always danced to the beat of her own drum. Her debut album Pink Friday made her the first female solo artist to have seven singles on the Billboard 100 at the same time. Roman Reloaded her second album with “Starships” as a single became her highest peaking song on the charts and took her around the world on tour.
The reality game show American Idol has been one of the most successful shows on public television ever. Many major recording artists have come from the competition including Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, and Jennifer Hudson. The current season has Randy Jackson, Mariah Carey, and Keith Urban along with Minaj on the judging panel.
Love her or hate her she has become one of the most controversial personalities on television currently and always gives people something to talk about.
Jerry Nunn: Hi, Nicki. Happy pink Monday to you.
Nicki Minaj: Thank you.
JN: Since we are a gay publication in Chicago, did you have a favorite gay contestant from show?
NM: I definitely think Papa Peaches is the one that was probably the dearest to my heart only because I felt that he was such a super star, but I don’t think he really knew that yet. Whenever I meet someone where I feel like they don’t really know their own worth it kind of bothers me. I just thought he was so exciting like I wanted to just see him perform his original music every week, but unfortunately as soon as he didn’t perform the original music he kind of got overshadowed by all the other big singers.
JN: Who do you see as frontrunners for winners?
NM: I would say Kree, Angie, and Candice.
JN: Any special reason for these three?
NM: I think that outside of their voices they’ve just sort of won people over already, which I think is evident in just what I see on Twitter with my fans. You know those three singers have really, really made an impact not only with just a great voice that sounds like it should already be making albums but for some reason their personality seems to mean a lot of fans.
JN: Speaking of fans, how do you feel about your new fans that you have won over from being on American Idol?
NM: I think God is good. I feel like my entire career and life I’ve been judged by people who really did not know me. I definitely think that they probably were right to assume what they had assumed about me because there was such little to go on out there. If you only see videos and me being crazy and hearing little things here and there then obviously you’re not going to have any idea who I really am.
I’m just happy that the Idol producers gave me a shot on the show for me to be able to show who I really was because I feel like I’m every single woman. I really don’t think outside of maybe some pink wigs that there’s anything that separates me from every other women in America, so I’m just happy that I was given the opportunity. Some people don’t get an opportunity to show the world who they really are. Some people come out and put an album out and people just never talk about them again, but I was given an opportunity to show who I was as a human being and I really appreciate that.
JN: It seems like you are judging the entire package from clothing to singing. Is that important to the performance?
NM: I think so. I mean I don’t think that ultimately it will have anything to do with them winning Idol because I feel like the Idol viewer is really not bias when it comes to the look. But I think that when you go out in to the real world as an artist you may want to think about it. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with thinking about how you want to look, how you want to present yourself to the world.
I also think that they need to hear criticism on their look on the show because that’s what they’re going to be criticized on in the real world. They’re going to go out every single day and see themselves on the worst dressed list or best dressed list or saying they look bad or whatever so they need to start getting an idea of the real world.
JN: Is it hard to say goodbye to contestants being eliminated?
NM: Yeah. I mean I was like gutted when Curtis left because I feel like Curtis had the best male voice for the entire season, and he was exciting. I couldn’t wait to see him perform, and looking back now I wish we would have given him the save. I really do.
JN: Do you feel like you are just being yourself and the other judges are just reacting to you?
NM: I am absolutely just being me. I didn’t know what to expect going in to the show. I was so nervous. I had a lot of anxiety. I felt like, “Okay. I know everybody’s just going to hate me. Oh well.” There were moments in the audition process that I would say to the producers, “I can’t do this anymore because if everyone is going to give good critique and I’m going to be the only one being honest then America is going to hate me. I’m going to be seen as mean.” The producers said, “Nicki, trust me America is going to appreciate the honesty” and that’s all I had to go on.
JN: The nicknames you give contestants are certainly entertaining.
NM: What people see me doing with the constants is exactly what I do with my fans. Well, I don’t critique my fans but I definitely play with my fans and speak to my fans as if they’re my friends, and that’s why I started giving the contestants nicknames.
When I’m laughing on the show I’m genuinely laughing. I can’t come up there and pretend. I just can’t do it. I can’t be someone I’m not. I can’t sit there with a phony smile on my face; I can’t do it. I’m happy that people are responding well to it.
JN: What did you learn about yourself from doing the show?
NM: I’ve been more surprised about the way people have reacted to me like because it almost seems like people weren’t expecting artists to come up there as judges and be completely real, and that’s the only thing that puzzled me. I just thought, “Hmm isn’t that what we should be doing? Why is that so shocking to people?”
I mean I guess the other thing was I didn’t realize that maybe I am a bit strange because like the way people react to what I say to the contestants it’s like that’s really how I act but people think it’s kind of strange. Like when I asked Kree to marry me I didn’t think that was strange but I guess looking back at it now maybe no Idol judge has ever asked a contestant to marry them on live TV. I don’t know. I guess in general I’m just surprised at the way people react to things that I see as very normal.
JN: Would you do it again next season?
NM: Would I come back next season? I think people would rather be surprised. I like to save the mystery and the drama. I never give that away, but you know what I always say this and I mean this from the bottom of my heart that just the people behind the scenes at Idol have been just like a dream to work with and I really, really honestly mean that. Mike Darnell took a chance on me. Nobody else understood it. They were like, “Nicki who?” and he took a chance on me. He believed in me. His daughter and his wife believed in me and so I’m just super grateful to have been given the opportunity.
JN: Well, I look forward to seeing you back in Chicago. I saw you open for Britney Spears and solo at the Chicago Theatre. You are an awesome performer.
NM: Thank you.
American Idol airs Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Central on Fox with the finale next week.
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Bravo television’s Vanderpump Rules featured The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Lisa Vanderpump and surrounded the drama at her restaurant SUR. Set in West Hollywood, California, the show was such a success that a reunion was filmed and a second season has been ordered.
Scheana Marie Jancan is a server at the restaurant and an aspiring singer. While making an appearance at Hydrate Nightclub in Boystown Nunn went backstage to chat a bit before she performed her single “What I Like” for the crowd.
JN: (Jerry Nunn) Hi Scheana. I have watched the entire season of Vanderpump Rules.
SM: (Scheana Marie) Oh good.
JN: How did you wind up in LA?
SM: I actually grew up there. I was born and raised there so what I have always wanted to do.
JN: Did you always want to perform?
SM: I did it when I was kid but the singing thing came later in life. I was acting for years then the opportunity to write a song came about. It has been a hit so it has been something I have always wanted to do but never expected I would.
JN: How did you get on the show?
SM: I worked at Villa Blanca for about four years. When the idea came up Lisa coached me and told me I was doing this. I was a little apprehensive at first to do reality TV but I am so happy I did. I have no regrets.
SM: It has been crazy, getting recognized on the streets and people coming into work to see me has been awesome.
JN: Is Lisa very intimidating?
SM: She can be. For me we are so close so I am not intimidated by her anymore. When I first started there I was so scared of her.
JN: I bet she could be a good mother figure if she likes you.
SM: Totally. She’s a great role model and very motherly with both me and Stassi. She is just amazing.
JN: When the show began you had a very different relationship with Stassi than how it is today. Did you have to be careful to keep that a secret?
SM: Not really careful but I am kind of an open book. It was na interesting progression of our relationship. We are great friends now and I thought that would never happen.
JN: From watching the show seems like she could be a good friend but also a good enemy.
JN: Do you feel that you and other people were portrayed true on the show?
SM: I think so.
JN: Were there things that you wish had been shown on the first season that did not make the cut?
SM: There were a few date nights that Shane and I had filmed. We had our anniversary and a wine tasting that was supposed to be a double date with Frank and Stassi but he never showed up. It wound up being a weird little threesome anniversary date. I wish they would have shown that because it was such a fun night.
I would have liked some more of my night at The Roxy shown more also. My splits didn’t make it in.
JN: Oh no! Are you going to do those tonight?
SM: Oh yeah, totally.
JN: The show must have really helped promote your music.
SM: Yes, it has been crazy. I really never thought I would be doing this. It is amazing and fun.
JN: Has Andy Cohen talked to you about the music? I know he likes his reality show singers.
SM: Well, we did Watch What Happens Live and he played a little bit of my song. He has played the drinking game twice with my song on the show.
JN: That’s huge.
SM: Yes so maybe next time they bring me back on the show I will be performing.
JN: I heard the clubhouse is really small.
SM: It is tiny. It fits like fifteen people.
JN: Andy is a nice guy.
SM: He’s awesome.
JN: What made you come out to perform in the gay clubs?
SM: Sean invited me to come out here and I think my song is such a hit for the gay dance clubs.
JN: Where are you heading to next?
SM: Back to LA then to New York in a few weeks.
JN: Can people keep up with you and your music?
SM: My song “What I Like” is on iTunes. If you follow me on Twitter @scheanamarie then I update everything on there everyday.
JN: More music is coming?
SM: Yes, more to come!
The European girl group The Saturdays were formed in London, England in 2007. The lineup consists of Una Healy, Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford, and Vanessa White. They have released three albums and recently hit number one in the UK with the single “What About Us.” Products from The Saturdays have included an autobiography and a nail polish collection. They can now add reality stars to the list with Chasing the Saturdays on E!
We talked to Mollie King their blonde bombshell about the their crazy life and support of their massive gay following that is spotlighted on the show.
Jerry Nunn: Hey, Mollie. We have been trying to set this phoner up for a while so I have been really chasing a Saturday!
Mollie King: [laughs] I am sorry about that. JN: It means you are busy so I guess a good thing. MK: How are things over there?
JN: Good. I am in Chicago. Where in the world are you?
MK: I am in my hometown in Putney in London. It is nice to be home for a little bit. I want to come to Chicago. I’ve never been there so that just sounds great.
JN: You have to. How has the experience of being on American television been for you?
MK: Oh my gosh, it was amazing. It was something that we have always wanted to do. Just seeing the episodes air out there has given a great reaction. We have had tweets from American fans. It has been a dream come true to be honest.
JN: Do people tell you that you remind them of Kylie Minogue?
MK: Oh, I have never heard that one but I will definitely take it! I’m a huge fan. Thank you very much.
JN: Okay, I will be the first.
MK: I love that and I am going to tell everyone that now.
JN: Oh good. Your love life was a subject on the show. Have you found love since?
MK: No, not yet. It was so much fun just hanging out with the girls. They absolutely had a blast trying to set me up and everything. I was working a lot so there really wasn’t any time to go on any dates. It was fun just to be living in LA and getting into the lifestyle. Frankie and I actually rented cars so we really felt like we were Americans living the life.
JN: The scenes where you tried to fool people with an American accent were entertaining.
MK: Oh gosh, I kept practicing and have been practicing since I have been back but apparently I am not getting any better. Hopefully practice makes perfect.
JN: Did you ever hear anything from Bruno Mars?
MK: No, I didn’t. I am afraid not.
JN: Is the latest single “Gentleman?”
MK: Yes, that will be coming out in a few weeks time. It is so exciting, even just the plot of the video. The sound of the single is quite different for us. I look forward to people hearing that one.
JN: The Saturdays have a big gay following and played at the clubs on the reality show.
MK: Our gay fans are the best. They know every single lyric to our songs. There is a big club out here in London called G-A-Y and we taped there about two weeks ago and honestly the place just went mad. It was such a great gig. I think we did about half an hour up there. It was such a great crowd to play to.
JN: There is a gay bar here in Chicago that I want you to play at.
MK: We have to. What is it called?
JN: Roscoe’s. Your buddies The Wanted performed there in the past.
MK: Amazing! Well, we definitely need to come there.
JN: Chicago is heading into Gay Pride in June.
MK: We need to come out there. When we do a show for our gay fan base we spend the most time putting together our outfits. You have no idea. Normally we spend about a week thinking about what we are going to wear. When it is the gay audience we know we have to look great so it is fun planning all of our outfits.
JN: Just include a lot of glitter.
MK: And sparkles as well!
JN: Exactly. What has been the craziest thing a fan has asked of you?
MK: Somebody once asked me to marry them. I said, “Brilliant, I do I do!” That was quite funny. It was during a meet and greet before our show. I’m not sure if he thought I was serious but I walked back into the dressing room and told the girls that I am engaged!
JN: I don’t think you should have too much trouble in the love department. You are adorable.
MK: Thank you so much.
JN: You started with the British version of X Factor?
MK: Yes, I did.
JN: What do you think of the American version with Simon Cowell and Demi Lovato?
MK: It is such an incredible show. It is huge over here and the States. I just love watching it. They always find incredible talent by doing it. You fall in love with the judges even if they are not your favorite. You always want to hear what they have to say. I always watch it when it’s on over here.
JN: What has been the hardest part about breaking into the United States?
MK: I don’t know. It has always been our dream to cross the moat. It is such a huge place and takes a lot of work. We need to come out there and visit all the states. It is something that we are still focused on. It has been a huge help with the show. It exposes us to a massive audience that we wouldn’t have otherwise. They would have no idea of us still. We are very grateful for E! to putting us on the network. We just want to come out there and play shows now. People know us as a band and on an individual basis but we want them to hear the music now. So we are definitely planning on coming over there and playing some shows.
JN: So live shows for the rest of the year?
MK: Yes. Chasing the Saturdays actually airs in Australia, New Zealand, and all over Europe in the next couple of weeks so we will be visiting those territories as well. We have always had the American dream so fingers crossed that we will be out there as much as we can this year.
JN: Once again Chicago would love to see you.
MK: I am going to tell management right now to make that happen.
Chase your favorite Saturday at www.thesatursday.co.uk/. Look for a brand new single “30 Days” out on May 13.
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Fusion Radio has been teaming up with Roscoe’s Tavern for years now to bring the best dance music to the venue. Located on the corner of Halsted and Roscoe in the heart of Boystown, this gay bar has fun weekly events including a drag competition and a karaoke night. On special nights a music act is brought in to feature their song catalogue and bring attention to their latest single.
It has been a grand opportunity to hear some stellar dance music and Fusion Radio is there at the forefront of it. At the corner by the fireplace on the way to the back dance floor is our pop up stand with a Fusion banner, employees handing out CDs, stickers, and buttons among other promotional items.
The musical groups and solo acts have run the gamut from The Wanted before they exploded on the radio to Deborah Cox singing her huge dance hits while she was performing Jekyll and Hyde downtown for Broadway in Chicago.
The newly titled AnnaGrace sand hits like “You Make Me Feel” and “Love Keeps Calling.” Formerly Ian Van Dahl with the massive dance hit “Castle in the Sky” a name change was in order to start fresh with new music.
Singer Coco Star opened for Anna and was a hoot to hang with backstage. The English accent, creative look and song “Toca’s Miracle” all worked.
Actress from the Showtime sitcom Weeds Meital is just beginning to make a splash in the dance world. The Israeli singer brought some hot dancers and a Sean Kingston song “On Ya” but “Yummy Boyz” and no meet and greet for her fans was a little disappointing for a new artist. Better luck next time and pack some more singles in the future, Dohan!
The Mouth or in French La Bouche brought their vocal chops to the stage there also. Now consisting of original member Lane McCray after past singer Melanie Thornton passed away he has a new singer and new attitude. They did a longer set as opposed to Meital and really worked the crowd.
Speaking of crowds it gets backed back on the dance floor. It is recommended to arrive early and stake a space. It is general admission so expect to be elbowed, bumped, and stepped on. Add alcohol to the mix and it can make for an interesting night. The staff of both companies want everyone to have a great time so be good to each other, dance, and cut loose just not too loose in the goose if you catch my drift.
Stop by and say “heyyy” when you see our stand and grab some fun promo item! Look for us at a street festival near you this summer.
Check out Roscoe’s calendar at www.roscoes.com for upcoming events.