Countdown Clock: Kevin Federline's 'Playing With Fire'

94222__kfed_lThe K-man Fed-eth. Kevin Federline’s album has a title and a release date. Okay, a release month. The title is Playing with Fire (aw, I was hoping for Meritocracy) and the month is August. Optimistically assuming it’ll be all finished and scrubbed clean of any lingering Cheeto dust by Aug. 1, that’s 125 days until the "Popozao" papi graces us with his genius. (The single “For Real,” an anthem of  righteous anti-media indignation, can be heard at K-Fed’s myspace crib.) But if you can’t wait that long, never fear: Daddy Spears will be touring his work (but not performing it) in select clubs.

Funny, it was always my understanding that years of animal testing had to be completed before clinical trials in humans began. But I understand the urgency: The world, quite simply, cannot wait.
So, the countdown begins: 125 days. It will take me only half that long to grow a Federline chinstrap. So I’ll be ready. Will you?

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  • Brian

    Britney’s sperm donor is only that to most of america. We don’t care about this guy. He rates about as high on my list as navel lint.

  • Ep Sato

    Scott, I plan to spend my time in line for the unveling of the naked Britney Spears statue (here is the link:

  • dma69

    Jesus H. Christ, why is Popwatch still talking about Britney’s sperm donor?

  • Brian

    He needs to go hes a loser living off Britney

  • mike

    What about Jason Alexander? You know the guy Britney was married to for about twenty minutes. Doesn’t he have a project? Todays blog has an item about Wilmer Vallderama and now this bozo. Has someone with talent done anything?

  • pitchmeister

    Two Words – who cares???????

  • pn

    Where’s the vomit bag

  • Scott

    With the likes of Kevin Federline and Paris Hilton releasing albums, is it any wonder the record industry continues to suffer from mediocre sales?

  • Tommy G.

    I really hope this summer EW is able to devote an entire issue to K-Fed, and how horrible his album is. Get the top 100 stars in Hollywood to rip on it. Have every single critic stomp on it. Let Stephen King trash it.
    And then hopefully we’ll never have to hear Kevin Federwang’s name again.

  • stephanie

    I am getting so K-Fed up with this phoney.

  • nathan

    Playing with Fire huh? Sounds pretty dope, am I right?
    I can’t wait til that one drops, it’ll look great on my shelf, right next to my Black Eyed Peas boxed set.

  • Martin

    I really hope the Fire burns his masters. I don’t need to hear that!

  • Jenet

    I’m all for the idea of having Stephen King rip on K-Fed. Then again, K-Fed isn’t exactly hard to rip on. You don’t even need a punchline, persay. Just say “K-Fed” and people laugh!
    On the one hand, I hate how we’re all paying attention to him like he’s something important (I’m guilty myself, obviously). But on the other hand… K-FED IS A GIFT FROM THE COMEDY GODS. He won’t go away, so why not milk the joke for all it’s worth?

  • Ep Sato

    I hope K-Fed’s album will be a gift from the comedy gods the way Vanilla Ice’s second album was. I worked as a record store clerk about twelve years ago when the album came out, and we would play the album around closing time to empty out the store. Stuff worked better than Pavarotti. K-Fed. Soon to be filling discount and clearance bins at a music store near you.

  • missa

    the sad part about it is is that there are so many stupid poeople out there that will buy it and make it a hit.

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