Forget the quaint British tradition of tea-drinking. Supersister’s debut single was a celebration of coffee…and sex.
‘Download It’ saw Clea break out from the towering shadow of Girls Aloud with a sultry slow-jam about…well, you can probably guess.
Kéllé Bryan’s debut solo single ‘Higher Than Heaven’ saw her bring a slice of uplifting gospel-pop to the charts.
‘Half A Heart’ saw H & Claire take a swift change of direction for their second single as a newly-formed duo.
With sensual production, subtle hooks and an avante-garde music video, ‘Chocolate’ was more suited to an art gallery than the charts.
After a rocky year on the charts, the release of ‘X’ was intended to re-launch Liberty X and return them to chart-topping dominance. Alas…
With the muted response to their second album, ‘Around The World’ felt like a deliberate attempt to distance Aqua from themselves.
Every so often comes a song that re-defines the trajectory of a pop act. ‘Naked’ didn’t just save Louise’s career. It made her career.
When Lisa Scott-Lee stepped back into the spotlight with her debut single ‘Lately’, it looked for a moment like she might well have the last laugh.
‘Look At Me’ saw Geri Halliwell face her demons head-on as she launched her solo career a year after leaving the Spice Girls.