Cher Lloyd – “Dancing On My Own”
Cher Lloyd’s last single “Want U Back,” had the 19-year-old songstress flipping tables, acting bratty in a diner and pretty much causing her exes to start filling out retraining orders. She shows us she isn’t all snarls and sass in her new cover of Swedish pop star Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own.” Lloyd strips down Robyn’s electro hit into an acoustic version, singing earnestly and powerfully. Like, seriously, if you had any doubts as to the girl’s talent, Lloyd will prove you wrong with this track.
Parade – “Light Me Up”
With the Spice Girls announcing a reunion musical, it would appear that British girl groups are all the rage right now. Parade is the latest group of five gorgeous, talented women to band together, and lemme tell ya, you’re going to like what you hear. Their latest single, “Light me Up,” produced by Tom Powell (of Girls Aloud and Sugababes fame) mixes influences of synth pop, electro, and dubstep into one catchy, crazy track. Trust me, one listen to thing song and the girls will “Parade” straight into your hearts. (Sorry, I had to!)
David Guetta ft. Sia – “Falling to Pieces”
After David Guetta and Sia’s monstrous hit “Titanium,” it was inevitable that the French DJ and Aussie songstress would collaborate again. Once again, ladies and gentlemen, we have a massive hit waiting to happen. Guetta debuted “Falling to Pieces” last weekend at the Tomorrowland festival in Belgium and judging by the videos out there, the crowd was eating it up. I’m definitely a fan of the Guetta/Sia collab and can’t wait to bust my moves at the club to this jam!
Jojo – “Demonstrate” Read more…
JoJo’s new music video is anything but a disaster.
The 20-year-old singer has really grown up since her first video for Leave (Get Out) back in 2004.
“I am so excited about this video. I think it’s sexy and young and rock ‘n’ roll. It’s definitely gonna be a reintroduction for me,” she tells Rap-Up.
Disaster is her first single off her third album, Jumping Trains which will come out early next year. The video directed by Benny Boom depicts her in a rocky relationship with her boyfriend, played by Rafi Gavron. Who knew she could play guitar. JoJo’s all grown up now.
Earlier this year, Jordan caught up with JoJo and gets the scoop on her not-so-normal life. Watch the video interviews here.
Now that everyone is talking about her newest album Jumping Trains (2011) we wanted to find out what she has planned for her live shows. In today’s music industry everyone needs something to take their stage performances over the top. So we tried to help her out. Unfortunately, JoJo wasn’t exactly thrilled about our suggestion.
After a much anticipated wait for her first album in five years, JoJo talks about moving to Los Angeles, her new album Jumping Trains (2011) and making music as a 20 year old woman.
It would be impossible to say JoJo has lived a normal life so far. Not many tweens get a record deal, tour the world and sell hundreds of thousands of albums. Now 20 years old, JoJo looks back on the experience. Part 1 of 3 with JoJo on Small Talk.