NEW: Marry Me
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NEW: Marry Me

Jason Derülo – Marry Me Putting aside the ‘will they, won’t they’ buzz surrounding this single, given that it has reportedly been written for Jordin Sparks, and that the pair are on the brink of getting engaged, or already have depending on who you believe, how does it sit alongside the Derülo cannon? Well, we like our Derülo … Continue reading

NEW: R U Crazy
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NEW: R U Crazy

Conor Maynard – R U Crazy The man responsible for the absolutely incredible ‘Can’t Say No‘ and above average ‘Turn Around‘ returns with a new track. The first 30 seconds of the video is truly odd, showing a light jazz rendition of the new single, it sounds better than the actual single itself. A memorising, … Continue reading

NEW: Broken
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NEW: Broken

Daley – Broken Best known for last year’s funky (and Jessie J featuring) retread of Blue Boy’s ‘Remember Me‘, Daley – the Manchester-hailing male popstar with massive hair – returns with ‘Broken’. And what a glorious return it is. Reminding us of Aiden Grimshaw stylistically, ‘Broken’ is a sublime, sophisticated tune which sounds more mature than Daley’s … Continue reading

NEW: Encore
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NEW: Encore

Christina Milian – Encore If there’s one pop/RnB artist from yesteryear we can genuinely say never so much as crosses our minds, it must be Christina Milian. However we easily forget that she was responsible for two absolute stonking songs, ‘Say I‘ and ‘Dip It Low‘, as well as the above average (if showing its … Continue reading

Mutya Monday
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Mutya Monday

We’re bringing a brand spanking new feature to Popfools! Entitled ‘Mutya Monday’, we will perhaps unsurprisingly be celebrating one of pop’s most unique voices by sharing some of our favourite Mutya moments with you all, until such a time that we run out of Mutya Moments. Fast Car Although Tracy Chapman covers are rather on … Continue reading

NEW: Wrecking Ball
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NEW: Wrecking Ball

Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball Miley has dropped the follow up to UK #1 smash hit ‘We Can’t Stop‘ and we are very very disappointed with Miley. There is no mention of ‘la da di da di’ (or indeed ANY nonsensical chanting whatsoever), there is no ‘dancing with Miley’, and the song is an exteremely … Continue reading

NEW: Flatline
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NEW: Flatline

MKS – Flatline When it comes to MKS we feel there are some inherent problems. The first and most obvious problem is that the girls aren’t 16 any more. They aren’t who they were when incredible ‘Overload‘ and the soulful ‘New Year‘. Quite clearly they are not the Sugababes who spurned such mega pure pop … Continue reading