* Play enough shows in cute dresses and skirts, and your tuchus is bound to pop out at one point or another. Just ask Taylor "Sweet Baby Tay-Tay" Swift, whose flesh-colored-briefs-adorned backside made its debut in St. Louis over the weekend. As Yahoo News writer Wendy Geller puts it, "the gal's a true pro" (her emphasis), and she handled it rather smoothly. See a clip after the jump.
* Jensen Sportag has a new single, and it's called "Gentle Man." As per usual, the track is a sassy, sexy mix of smooth R&B and contemporary electro. Hear it here or after the jump. It's also currently a featured track at The Fader, where Duncan Cooper says, "Jensen Sportag sing about love with giddy abandon, like riding your bike downhill to your boo’s house so fast the bouquet in the front basket starts to unravel and flower pedals fly everywhere." Good call. If you like Prince, Sade and Empire of the Sun, I think you'll enjoy this track.
And in other random, delicious, painfully nutritious Creamy bits: Elizabeth Cook will be on Letterman Monday, Aug. 22. "She's about the coolest Nashville country artist there is," says managing editor Jack Silverman. Also, JEFF the Brotherhood's Jake Orrall was just featured in Stereogum's "Under the Influence" series, where he talked about the tunes that inspired We Are the Champions. He unsurprisingly name-dropped some kraut rock (CAN and Kraftwerk) along with some hard rock (Nitzinger and Iron Horse) and, of course, Weezer.