Isabella Chrystin is a Porn Star from Czech Republic. She is listed on Free Ones since 2012 and is currently ranked 859th place.
She currently has 155 gallery links and 18 videos in her own Free Ones section.
Arguably, the biggest phenomena have not been individual artists or thrilling new genres, but illegal downloading, the invention of the i Pod and i Tunes, the free music zones of You Tube, My Space and Spotify and the democratisation of the means of production and distribution that allows any kid with a computer to become a legend in their own bedroom studio.
Meanwhile, Top Of The Pops died from lack of interest while the charts became strangely hyperactive. The strongest argument could be made for the rise of modern hip hop-inflected R&B, where even mainstream pop idols (such as Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears) have effectively “urbanised” their music.
And laid out like this, it strikes me the decade doesn’t seem quite so bad. Thank You (2001) Dido Dido’s song of gentle yearning dominated the decade’s early stages. Never Gonna Give You Up (1987) Rick Astley This lovable Eighties hit “Rickrolled” to new popularity in 2007, via an internet prank. Good People (2005) Jack Johnson Johnson’s wonderings about the bad stuff on TV was an easy-going joy. Fallin’ (2001) Alicia Keys The R&B star’s inaugural hit was a gospel-tinged classic about romantic confusion. In Da Club (2003) 50 Cent Crunching Dr Dre beats launched the humorless Fiddy. Hips Don’t Lie (2004) Shakira Featuring Wyclef Jean Gyration-inducing dance floor filler from the Colombian gargle-singer. Everybody’s Changing (2004) Keane Soaring, yearning melodic piano anthem from Home Counties heroes Watch it on You Tube Buy it on i Tunes 36. Avril Lavigne Sk8er Boi (2002) Pop-punk teenage love saga for the txting generation. Hallelujah (2008) Alexandra Burke Leonard Cohen’s anthem of spiritual stagnation transformed into celebratory X Factor romp Watch it on You Tube Buy it on i Tunes 31.
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And when people start getting you mixed up with Queen Bey, you know you’ve done something right.
Its not every day that you find yourself discussing C S Lewis with an R&B diva; but then, Amerie is no ordinary member of that rarefied species. Her looks are sexy, yet sultry, the result of her African-American/Korean parentage.
'I remember telling all my friends about Narnia when I was seven years old,' she recalls avidly. She chats unselfconsciously, punctuating her conversation with an uninhibited laugh rather than the standard-issue diva's icy formality.
Women increasingly came to the fore, some with authentically soulful voices and striking characters, some blow-dried, sexed up and autotuned to within an inch of their lives. Yet somehow pop has continued to do what it does best. (2004) Gwen Stefani In which the ska-punk princess metamorphosed into a Madonna-rivalling, hi-tech pop-disco queen. Don’t Stop Believin’ (1981) Journey A 2007 slot on the Sopranos made this 1981 power ballad an i Tunes sensation Watch it on You Tube 80. Standing In The Way of Control (2006) The Gossip Big-lunged, punk-soul self empowerment anthem. Can’t Stand Me Now (2004) The Libertines The song where Pete Doherty’s rock chicaned into soap opera Watch it on You Tube 76. Mundian To Bach Ke (2002) Panjabi MC 'Knight Rider’-sampler sent bhangra worldwide.
There are still songs we all share, just not disseminated in familiar ways. (2004) Usher Drunk crazy = 'crunk’, a sound Mr Smooth made radio-friendly Watch it on You Tube 91. Lonely (2005) Akon He samples Bobby Vinton, becomes first housewives’ choice of hiphop. I Believe In A Thing Called Love (2003) The Darkness Stadium rock returned, complete with spandex trousers and Justin Hawkins’s ludicrous falsetto. Sheila (2006) Jamie T The lurching anthem for a distinctly Noughties tribe: heedlessly boozing suburban teens. In For The Kill (2009) La Roux The apotheosis of Eighties revivalism: pouting and make-up mask flimsy electro-pop. Golden Touch (2004) Razorlight Histrionic mega-hit that finally substantiated Johnny Borrell’s claims for his own talent. Mad World (2003) Gary Jules A cover version of excruciating poignancy, outshining even Tears For Fears’s original. A Punk (2008) Vampire Weekend The groundbreaking New Yorkers here fused indie-rock with African pop. 21 Seconds (2001) So Solid Crew Grime’s amply-staffed pioneers delivered this club smash, before crumbling amid gang violence. Sabali (2008) Amadou and Mariam Shimmering Malian pop on this Damon Albarn-produced gem. Since I Left You (2000) Avalanches Sweet Australian one hit wonder. Get Busy (2003) Sean Paul Jamaican dancehall topped the charts with this celebration of dancing. Skinny Love (2008) Bon Iver The affecting howls of a heartbroken man, recorded in a Wisconsin cabin. Crank That (Soulja Boy) Soulja Boy Tell`em A ringtone-friendly hook, and silly dance made this impossible to avoid. No More Drama - Mary J Blige (2001) Let’s all be calm, sang the Blige with ascending hysteria. 1 Thing (2005) Amerie Loony blast of Washington go-go. Title means: 'beware the boys’ Watch it on You Tube 70. (2001) DJ Pied and the Masters of Ceremonies The sound of hedonistic Britain decamping to Ayia Napa. All the things she said (2002) Tatu Pin-sharp pop and a controversy-stoking lesbian kiss Watch it on You Tube Buy it on i Tunes 62.