Boasting a new electro-pop sound, ‘With Love’ served as the first proper single from Hilary Duff’s fourth album. But what was that smell…?
‘Kinda Love’ showcases a bigger, bolder sound for Darius, and is everything the lead single for a second album should be.
Hilary Duff’s third album skipped the UK entirely, But its lead single eventually reappeared two years later alongside her greatest hits.
‘Play With Fire’ offered a first glimpse at what would eventually be one of the most essential pop albums of the ‘00s. No, really.
There’s no doubting Lindsay Lohan exuded star quality, but ‘Over’ had to prove that a pop career was the right outlet for it.
Having been on the receiving end of so much negative press, ‘Boyfriend’ saw Ashlee Simpson re-claim her narrative and bite back.
For her all-important second single, Rosie Ribbons picked an overlooked Jessica Simpson track and gave it a new lease of life.
Bluffing her way through the pop game, Hilary Duff described ‘Come Clean’ as “not really pop, sort of like techno, but it’s slow”