Some marketing campaigns are so bad, they require no explanation. Others cry out for a rousing game of Beat This Caption. (Thanks to Idolator for the heads-up.)
India.Arie gets dumped by her record label.
Well..at least it is not inside the loo…haha
Boy that album sure stinks
This marketing campaign gives new meaning to “head” music.
Holy Sh*t!!!! what were they thinking…oh wait..that’s right.. it’s sh*tty!
This winteer… Overexposure has a whole new medium!
Climbing all the way up the charts to number 2 …….
The marketing campaigns for her always sucked. That hurts, but it is not surprising. A good, intelligent, thoughtful singer, songwriter getting shunned labelwise. I personally loved her music, I certainly like it a lot more than 90% of the garbage that is marketed well. That is a shame.
A warning to all the other artists who tell their record company that they are too pooped to do live promotions!
India’s career has gone right into the crapper.
So this is what happens when you’re nominated for six grammy’s in one year and you don’t win one; At least the ad is portable.
She was on Motown and they don’t do good with promotions. You have to self-promote. Now, she’ll probably take her music online to Myspace or own website, which won’t be a bad thing. She should hookup with Prince to find out how it’s done.
Take a sh*t on India.
did motown really drop her???
Jeff, you have no class.
This add is pathetic. And India Arie is tacky for having her picture on a traveling toilet.
India finally gets ‘poop in a group’
That said, it’s a fake.
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