First the 19-year-old Brit tries to woo Rita with his enticing dance moves: “I can tell that you’re watching me/ And I know you’re loving everything that you see/ The way I catch you go, crazy/ I’ll make you wanna dance with me.” But a confident Rita has a mind of her own: ”Take a picture, but you ain’t getting 3D/ Boy, slow down, come here/ So you say that you’re better than me?/ If I take it all off, bet you like what you see.”
The mid-tempo track, which will be on Conor’s debut album Contrast, has a cool electronic vibe with perfect harmonies. In the end, we’re not sure who’s “better” than the other, but the collaboration pretty much KILLS (in a good way of course).
Listen to it here:
While Conor Maynard chose The Mayniacs as the name of his massive fan group, we’re kind of liking the alternate title, The Condoms. It’s no surprise his fans came up with this name considering his hits are so-called “panty droppers.” @Jordans_Life sat down with Conor, who talked about the crazy experiences he’s had with The Mayniacs, including fan mail and strange experiences on Twitter.
After accidentally bashing into a girl while walking down the street in his video “Vegas Girl,” Conor Maynard realizes it must have been fate that led to the accident. He thinks the chick is dayam hot and wants her phone number. She doesn’t give it to him because it’s unwise to casually hand out your phone number to cute British strangers who randomly ram into you. Instead she allows him to take a photo of her so he can remember her forever, which seems more creepy to me but whatevs…
A smitten Maynard resourcefully campaigns to find this mysterious girl who wears a three-quarter length “Vegas Girl” T-shirt by creating obscure street posters and tweeting her photo. When Vegas Girl figures out he’s on a local scavenger hunt to find her, she’s totally flattered and weirdly not creeped out AT ALL.
Most girls who run into a cute guy on the street might think “wow I hope I run into him at a cafe” but creating viral campaign is a little witch-hunty for me. Then again, it is Conor Maynard.
The track is from his debut album Contrast, which will be out on July 30. You’ll have to watch to find out if he eventually finds her but in the meantime, discuss: do you find this romantic or creepy?