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15.6.2012

(15.06.2012)

4 Tracks You Need To Know
From Far*East Movement’s New Album “Dirty Bass”

Big beats, dancefloor-ready scorchers and some of the hottest guest appearances pack Far*East Movement‘s newly release album, “Dirty Bass.”

2. If I Die Tomorrow: Tomorrow isn’t promised so it’s time to lose control. That’s the concept behind this bass thumping, pulsating track. Tokio Hotel‘s lead singer and resident glam rocker Bill Kaulitz is featured on the cut’s hook, giving it an extra hot touch.

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12.6.2012

(12.06.2012)

 Top 10 Results: Sexiest Men

…. Tokio Hotel’s Bill Kaulitz  made the top 10 without even being on the original ballot,
and a write-in entry,
See who else made the list of Music’s Sexiest Men in our gallery.

Bill Kaulitz at #5 on BillBoard’s poll ‘Sexiest Man in Music’

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22.5.2012

(22.05.2012)

Tokio Hotel Is Back With New Single – “If I Die Tomorrow”

Actually fronted by Far East Movement
Tokio Hotel fans will be happy that Bill Kaulitz features on the track!

Tokio Hotel fans can certainly rejoice as their beloved frontman Bill Kaulitz collaborated with Far East Movement on a new single called “If I Die Tomorrow”

Kaulitz and Tokio Hotel have been underground for sometime preparing for their next album. Kaulitz collaborated with FEM for their new album Dirty Bass which hits stores May 22.

Kaulitz sings “If I die tomorrow, that means we had the night of our lives/ If tomorrow never comes, then tonight we lose control.” in his full auto-tuned, falsetto brilliance reminding of early 80′s power ballads.

FEM commented that they have several unexpected collaborations including Tokio Hotel’s Kaulitz whom they saw on the MTV Europe Awards and knew “We need to do a song with those dudes.”

“So we got in with Bill Kaulitz and we just wanted to do a song about losing yourself, about possibly losing your mind, because you might die the next day.”

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19.5.2012

(18.05.2012)

Far East Movement ft. Bill Kaulitz, “If I Die Tomorrow”

Far*East Movement has a song out with the lead singer of Tokio Hotel. And we can all stop, all of us, calling this collaboration “unexpected.” (That means Far East Mover Kev Nish, mainly, but also MTV–if you can even say “wonder no more,” then you’ve basically laid out expectations.) Far*East Movement traffics in collaborations with up-and-coming pop artists like Rye Rye or Dev or Justin Bieber (up-and-coming in the sense that when “Live My Life” came out, people still thought he was 14 with a Disney combover.) And Tokio Hotel is a band with a pretty strong cult following that also happens to be on the same label, Cherrytree, as Far*East Movement. Unexpected would be if they got, I dunno, Diamanda Galas or Paul Potts or holographic Pachelbel. This is pop as usual.

Bill’s part is the one you’ll remember, and it serves both its purposes adequately but adequately. It brings in Tokio fans just by existing, and it’s a soaring, pitch-shifted and stutter-twitterpated hook as good as anything anyone else could possibly provide. (As for the content of that hook, “if I die tomorrow” can really only end one way. It’s the way most suitable to a club night. Look, we shouldn’t have to give many more hints here.) If  Tokio Hotel  breaks through in a major way, it’s entirely plausible this’ll be part of the cause

“If I Die Tomorrow” is a single any singles artist would love to have and easily the best one Far*East Movement has released this year. It’s entirely possible it’ll continue to be the best single they release this year, but hey, why worry about the future? This song wouldn’t want you to.

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18.5.2012

(18.05.2012)

Far East Movement Drop ‘Unexpected’ Track With Tokio Hotel’s Bill Kaulitz
‘If I Die Tomorrow,’ off FM’s May 22 release, Dirty Bass, is ‘a song about losing yourself.’

Ever wondered what it would sound like if the Far East Movement enlisted Tokio Hotel‘s glammy, gothy lead singer Bill Kaulitz for a track? Well, wonder no more, because now we have “If I Die Tomorrow.”

The collaboration, which dropped Friday (May 18), leans more on FM’s love for partying than Kaulitz‘s love for rocking. While FM rap all about bumping trunks, killing bottles and going crazy in the club, Kaulitz, in full auto-tuned, falsetto mode, proclaims, “If I die tomorrow, that means we had the night of our lives/ If tomorrow never comes, then tonight we lose control.”

“If I Die Tomorrow” is off FM’s new album, Dirty Bass, out May 22. When MTV News caught up with Far East Movement recently, Kev Nish told us that fans will see plenty of “unexpected collaborations” like this on the upcoming album.

“When we first signed to Cherrytree [Records], we went on the website and see who’s on the roster … and we saw Tokio Hotel, and we were like ‘Yo, this band is wild,’ ” Nish said of working with the Musical March Madness winner and Tokio Hotel‘s leading man. “We were on a bus watching them on the MTV Europe Awards, winning, and we were like, ‘We need to do a song with those dudes.’

“So we got in with Bill Kaulitz and we just wanted to do a song about losing yourself, about possibly losing your mind, because you might die the next day,” he added.

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18.5.2012

(18.05.2012)

Music Video For ‘If I Die Tomorrow’ – CONFIRMED

~ please do keep in mind, THis does NOT confirm wheTHer Bill will or will not be IN THe Musik Video. It ist just being discussed.  Best hopes are THat Bill will be available for THe video THough :D

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13.5.2012

(01.04.2008)

Letter to Canadian Fans

Wow, MuchMusic.com received this *very* special message from Bill Kaulitz of Tokio Hotel just now, explaining the recent events that caused the postponed tour dates! Read on for an update from Bill!

Hi, it’s Bill from Tokio Hotel!

Just wanted to say “Hi” to all our Canadian fans – everything is a little chaotic these days since I had to have surgery on Sunday to get my vocal chords back in shape. Luckily, everything has gone well so far…what a relief! I am not allowed to talk for the next ten days and after that I have to start training my voice again.

It’s definitely a tough time but I am getting so much support from all you fans out there, also the other three band members are coming by on a regular basis to check on me. Tom is especially there for me…practically 24/7.

I just wanted to let you know that I am really sorry that we had to postpone our Canadian concert dates but I can promise you that we are trying to catch up on them as soon as possible. Stay tuned and I hope to see you all soon!!! Oh yeah, thanks to everyone who got our brand new album Scream that was released last Tuesday in Canada – it’s amazing to have the best fans EVER! Keep on rocking and take care!

- Bill

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1.5.2012

(01.09.2008)

The twins are getting older, which means,
that the scandals, that they are sometimes involved in,
are getting bigger too.

Not that long ago, a few girls declared that Bill spends the nights in different online chatrooms, using his big name and fame to get the girls to send him naked pictures. But we know that Bill would never dare to take advantage of the love of  his fans, with such low behaviour.

The police did an investigation and caught an 18-year-old Frenchman, who, for few weeks was posing on the internet as Bill Kaulitz and making the girls believe that he really is the “real” Bill.  During the contact with the girls, the false-Bill was very friendly and caring, so it took awhile to find out about the fraud. But the Frenchman took too much advantage of  Bill’s  fans, and this brought about hard consequences.  At first the girls were nervous to send the poser their naked pictures. They were suspicious, but still sent the photos. Finally, the law enforcements were able to trace the guy and found him in a small town in France. With him, they found many photographs of naked girls in erotic positions. The police were in shock, when they found out that some of the girls were only 11-years-old.  Now the dude will have to pay a large fine.

When we contacted Bill  for a comment about the event, he assured us and all of his fans,
that neither he nor anyone else from the group
ever were and never will be at these online chatrooms.  
They just don’t have the time.

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