Oksana Grigorieva: Knocked Up, Singing

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Oksana Grigorieva isn't just an expert on getting knocked up by a cheating, lying, disingenuous actor.

The Russian also knows irony!

Grigorieva has released the first song off her upcoming album, Beautiful Heartbreak. Its title? "Say My Name."

We've been trying for months, Oksana!

Listen to Oksana Grigorieva's new single at People's official website. Meanwhile, leave any comment bashing this artist and/or her pathetic boyfriend below!

Grigorieva wrote every song on the album, except for this one.

Reportedly, she actually collaborated on the lyrics with Gibson himself, so we can only assume they have a lot to do with pretending to love the Catholic Church, yet living one's life against its most basic tenants.

"It is the first and one of the simplest songs on the album, but also one of the most intimate," said Grigorieva, whose bastard child with the actor is due in late fall. "It is naked, intimate, raw emotion, little more than piano and voice as if it is a cry from the soul."


Very simple and mediocre . I refuse to believe that this album would've made it if it wasn't for her connection to Gibson. No matter how much money Mel will put in her it's obvious that she lacks the talent they both claim she has.


The singer also seems to be an expert on getting knocked up by big-time actors. Her son is by actor Timothy Dalton. Maybe that's how she stays in the business?


Oksomom, go away. No one will ever be impressed with a wannabe who hooks-up and quickly gets knocked up by an alcoholic, anti-semetic, rageful, millionaire, hoping it will somehow give them status by association. It won't. You ought to know it appears you've tried that before. Dude we all know really gifted musicians who struggle honestly, working real jobs if they need to, instead of mooching off other people's earnings and stature. Your 15 minutes is up. Beat it.


check that out then http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...


The song is mediocre and her voice is nasal and whiny (sorry -- voice professional here). She is overreaching in trying to sound bluesy & breathy.... being signed to your baby daddy's music label is rather convenient (not like you need to sell any songs!) Piano is good -- the only decent thing about the song.


I have to say, the song is really good.