Knew you’d be here tonight..
So I put my best dress on.
Boy I was so right!
With the nights gradually growing longer, can y’all blame me? Yes it’s cool, and yes I’m in the mood! So bow down, get hold of that special someone and get right down to bizness peeps – cuz it’s the irresponsibly flaw-free Goddess Of Pop Kylie Minogue in the house today!
Commence snuggling, cuddling and no-holds-barred love-making NOW.
Way before Britney and Christina, and way WAY before Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Ke$ha, Rihanna and Katy Perry – Australian diva Kylie Minogue brought to the forefront what we consider a major trend in music today – electropop and dance music.
And as much as I love her dance-pop gems she’s unleashed relentlessly over decades, it’s the Grammy winning pop chameleon’s slow jams that pack a special punch like no other. Case in point – the lead single ‘Slow‘ from Kylie’s 9th studio album, 2003’s ‘Body Language‘.
The mid-tempo synth-electropop ‘Slow‘ gave the term baby-making music a whole new dimension. The slow burning single featuring Kylie’s breathy vocals salaciously seduced the living daylights out of anything that had a life, sans a single vulgar word uttered throughout the entire song. Seems impossible for the current crop of ‘divas’ who poignantly speak of how their genitalia taste. Classy indeed.
As if the song itself wasn’t enough, the video was a different extravaganza altogether! The sleek video directed by Baillie Walsh featuring swimwear clad men and women writhing away ever so subtly with Kylie purring ‘slow down and dance with me..yeah..slow‘ – incited some rather unmentionable thoughts in the general human population.
‘Slow‘ easily finds its place as one of my fave baby-making songs of all time. Save this one for someone special – there’s an addictive and erotic warmth about the song that you would wanna feel while slow-grooving on the floor (or the bed, the table, the shower – take a pick) with your lover (preferably French) – eventually getting down and dirty!
Try it – it’s sexy as hell!
I know I will, and I ain’t ashamed to admit it #sitanddeal
‘Slow‘ peaked at # 1 on the UK Top 40 as well as the Australian Charts, as well as the Billboard Dance Charts – along with peaking within the top 5 of a number of countries, eventually being nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in 2005.
Check out the sensual ‘Slow‘ right here :