Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Up Down Suite, Jan 3, 2016.
Call My Name is a behemoth of a dance-pop song, so let's not.
Promise This is her best lead single.
The album version though, not that radio mix.
Call my Name, Promise This and I Dont Care are pop jewels and I will not hear otherwise.
I would agree with this. That chorus just soars.
I'm more perched for her Cannes look than a new single.
I swear, if I see a single “Poor Me” esque type of song on Cheryl’s record I know where the rotten root came from
Yes her top singles are Call My Name and Only Human.
Yeah cos Nicola wrote Fight For This Love, Telescope, etc
Not the single mix I guess?
I've never heard it. Everybody said it was crap so I didn't bother listening to it.
Neither of those songs are anything like the song "Poor Me"... and if you're referring to a "poor me" narrative, I see that in the tabloids, not Cheryl's generally subpar music. How on earth is Fight For This Love saying "poor me"?
Telescope is actually rather lovely.
My hopes for the new Cheryl single whenever we get it:
She could pull that off, easily. It's giving me Crazy Stupid Love vibes.
Cheryl for Eurovision 2019!
What label is she with off is she doing it independently?
She is apparently still staying with Universal, we just don't know which division she will go to.
Universal would be fools to let her go. There's no telling how she will do in the post-streaming era but if I was a betting man I'd say she's more likely to do well than not. She might even bag a 6th UK No.1 single!
I think it's most likely them having to compromise. I'm betting she's putting up a fight against a 360 - or at least trying to drill the percentage down as much as possible, which is understandable.
I actually think if she wasn't on a 360 then she'd HAVE to put the work in because there would be nothing else for the label to fall back on. Although now she is a Mum, I can't really see that happening as it's clear she's not gonna want to leave Bear travelling around the country/world all year.
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