Sunday, September 12, 2010


Pokora mat est un homme sexy, et je veux le lécher partout tout en écoutant sa plus nouvelle chanson DANGEREUSE ! 
OOPS! pardon my french. i was daydreaming about my latest obsession Matthieu Tota (born September 26, 1985), commonly known as M. Pokora or Matt Pokora, he is a sexy mother fuckin French singer and songwriter of Polish descent. which only means one thing....POLISH SAUSAGE! He earned public attention as a member of French R&B group, Mic Unity. In fall 2003, he participated in the third season of Popstars. kind of like an american idol meets making the band type of deal. He was a crowd favorite and a boy band called Linkup was formed with Lionel and Otis. Although their first single "Mon Étoile" was successful topping French charts, they disbanded due to poor performance of the second single. then In 2004, the sexy bitch started his solo career as Matt Pokora. In his first eponymous solo album the second single Elle me contrôle received two NRJ Music Awards. In 2005, he was forced to change his stage name because of a lawsuit from French R&B singer Matt Houston. i guess you cant have the same first name and be famous in france. As a result, he changed his stage name to M. Pokora and re-released the album as M. PokoraIn January 2006, his second album Player was released topping the chart. The second edition was released in March with a bonus track, "It's Alright" duetting with Ricky Martin. hmmmm i wonder if they fucked around?????? hmmmm. His album MP3 was released on March 24, 2008. Numerous American producers includingTimbaland (over his douchey ways) and Ryan Leslie participated in this album, and 12 out of 14 songs are in English. Fourth studio album titled Mise à Jour was released on August 23, 2010. The lead single "Juste Une Photo De Toi" was released on June 7


  1. Wow! Thanks for not being greedy avec ce trésor! He exudes similar sexy aura as Ricky did/does, but in an unconventional Eruo kinda way.

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