Flesh and blood of empire, dressed in open black fabric, set against a senate’s marble pillar, as a new generation rolling stone–poetic symbology, Georgia May Jagger stars as a messanger of Peace.
With a down to earth, Texan supermodel mom, Jerry Hall and a rock star English dad Mick Jagger, Georgia May Jagger has it all going on, for Harper’s Bazaar‘s stunning magazine cover. Rock royalty and fashion royalty fused together.
Born this way, GMJ, is too much! Gorgeous. Bazaar in her cross-cultural beauty and second generation Hollywood connections.
Here’s some old school Pauly Fuemana music- How Bazaar in celebration of this kid, finding her own platform in the world, by choosing to walk in her mother’s sashsaying stilletos too. Incidentally, although Pauly’s music video appears to be shot in California, it was actually filmed in the culturally diverse and always festive city of Otara.
I wonder if Georgia May, loves rugby football as much as Prince Harry Windsor and President Bill Clinton do too and if she’s going to jet down to the Rugby World Cup in 2011, to lean against New Zealand pillars or majestic native kauri trees there. What a beautiful bazaar blend this girl is. A double rose of the U.K and America. How bazaar! Cross-cultural hotness. :)
[Cover Image, courtesy of Cover Awards website with thanks]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 10.19.10~
Undoubtedly Pauly Fuemana of The Otara Millionaires Club wrote a song that still best describes Hollywood today. He is remembered in Hollywood today by Horiwood, as the singer passes away aged 40.
Says Billboard: “OMC frontman Pauly Fuemana, the man behind what is likely to be the most successful New Zealand single of all time, How Bizarre, died in Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday (Jan. 31) after a short period of illness. He was 40.
The South Auckland rapper’s 1995 single “How Bizarre” is one of the few New Zealand songs to become an international break-out hit. It is estimated that the song and album of the same name generated sales of well over 3 million worldwide.”
Sad. Pauly is survived by his wife and five children. For more, go here.
In a way, Pauly Fuemana was like the unique Samoan Elvis of New Zealand’s Pacific Islands musical sound. His one hit wonder became an anthem, like a prophesy foretelling a sound of New Zealand music, that is still to come. He was a New Zealand legend and growing up, we loved him. Pauly’s song is still a goodie. :)
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 2.3.2010~
Here’s some retro Pauly Fuemana of the Otara Millionaire’s Club. He is the 1 hit Wonder dude from New Zealand, who amazingly, achieved a US #1 song in his short dabble in music. How bizarre. That wasn’t a bad attempt at a music career!
The song best describes the goings on in Hollywood to me. I’m dedicating this one to Britney Spears fans today. It’s chillaxin fun music. Enjoy.
btw: today is the 2nd highest viewing day on Horiwood.Com. I have no idea why?! But thanks you guys and girls. i luv ya back with this song, here in Hollywood. Sam.