Natasha Bedingfield’s single status was, evidently, a thing of the past as she kicked off her second album campaign.
With a writing credit on ‘Call My Name’, this may be our only glimpse at what Charlotte Church’s pop career could’ve been.
Launching Charlotte Church as a pop star should’ve been the most exciting chart event of 2005. So why did it seem like such hard work?
‘Moodswings (To Come At Me Like That)’ was perhaps the best fit yet for Charlotte Church’s transition to mainstream pop star.
Glenn Ball is here to spill the tea on working with Pete Waterman, that long-lost Pop! album and his incredible dancing career.
It could have been a case of difficult second album for Five, not that it was at all evident from ‘If Ya Gettin’ Down’…
Pop!’s third – and final – single ‘Serious’ saw the group go out on top. Or, as close to the top as they were ever going to get.
O-Town’s third single ‘We Fit Together’ was also the soundtrack to a movie featuring Eddie Murphy trying to convince two bears to mate. As you do…
Solid HarmoniE lacked the pizzazz of their pop peers, but they had a trump card – ‘I Want You To Want Me’ was penned by none other than Max Martin