Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by kal, Jul 14, 2015.
#3 is a fantastic result! She's really pleased as well, bless her. I'm so happy for her.
''Up there with some proper legends''
And No 1 on the cassettes album chart with 51 cassettes sold according to Music Week!
I'm not sure if it's been discussed on here yet but does 'I Belong to Me' sample Break Up with Your Girlfriend as well as NASA? I'm pretty sure the "end" from "girlfriend" is included a few times.
I reshuffled for maximum boppery
They'd be dumb if they didn't go with OK as the next single. Obvious choice for a reason.
It didn't really do much with New Music Friday exposure so I'm not sure if they are going to choose it now.
I really want Trouble to be the next single.
Or a full version of Stckholm Syndrome.
Trouble won't do anything. I don't think OK will either really. As I see it the only realistic options are Bad Behaviour, or Not Sayin' if they wanna shuffle it into the main album.
FML is the New Rules of the album and should totally be a single.
"High ExBOPtations", what half this forum suffers from.
No 'Fine line'? Flop.
Sis I rinsed the mixtape
'Selfish Love' is the one for me, can't get it out of my head.
If "OK" does not pick up steam and they truly want a pseudo-midtempo song for autumn time I'd go with "FML" next, which will sound great in that weather. If they want to try the "New Rules" route, which is a humongous mega gamble, "Not Sayin'" is the only remaining choice.
Trouble is so Rita Ora it hurts. It's a bop but not sure it fits on this album?
That'll be why it's the best thing here
As I said, it bops, I'm just not sure it suits Mabel.
Yeah it feels a bit too "pop song from any point in the last 15 years" whereas her voice really works best on the fresher, more rhythmic stuff.
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