Could Victoria Beckham seriously pull off a hip-hop reinvention with ‘This Groove’? Or perhaps more to the point, was she even trying to?
The Spice Girls’ ‘Goodbye’ was a tribute not just to the end of a friendship, but the end of the group as we knew it.
Somewhere within the contentious ‘Forever’ project lies a very good song in ‘Holler’. If you can disassociate it from the Spice Girls…
The summer of 1997 saw Spice Girls fans eagerly guzzling 6½ litres of Pepsi to obtain the exclusive promotional single ‘Step To Me’.
There was a sizeable market for a song like ‘A Mind Of Its Own’, even if it wasn’t one you’d typically associate with Victoria Beckham.
‘Let Your Head Go’ saw Victoria Beckham strike a compromise with her new record label, while also showcasing her brilliant sense of humour.
‘Let Love Lead The Way’ is a worthy addition to the Spice Girls’ catalogue, albeit one perhaps best enjoyed out of context.
‘Spice Up Your Life’ saw the Spice Girls launch their second album with another signature hit, while this time stamping their trademark all over it.
‘Not Such An Innocent Girl’ is a brilliant effort, albeit one that wouldn’t be judged by the same standards as most other pop songs.
She might have featured alongside Dane Bowers and True Steppers on ‘Out Of Your Mind’, but as her debut single, Victoria Beckham is front and centre
Out of the chaos surrounding Geri Halliwell’s sudden departure from the Spice Girls came the group’s serendipitously beautiful swansong: ‘Viva Forever’