August 2012 Popledge Playlist feat. @ItsMelanieAmaro @camrynrocks @Alphabeat @lukewhitemusic
POPLEDGE PLAY-LIST REVIEW – AUGUST 2012
In the month of August 2012 we placed 14 videos on our play-list, so if you are decorating or just want some good music to listen too then click below and check out an hour of great tunes! You just need to enable the play-list function at the bottom of YouTube, then you can shuffle all you want!
- Melanie Amaro – Don’t Fail Me Now – an uplifting track from the first X Factor US winner
- MIKA – Celebrate ft. Pharrell - another uplifting party track, I am really enjoying Mika’s new music
- CAMRYN ‘Keep It Going’ – One Direction’s US support act is going from strength to strength with her music
- Jillian O – When I Hate You – another young pop star with a very unique voice, through this tale she lets an ex know that she is not to be messed with!
- Maya von Doll – Open Chequebook – if you like Natalia Kills or Ke$ha then I would suggest checking this lady out
- Alphabeat – Love Sea – missing a bit of old fashioned pop music in your life? Then Love Sea is the answer…it’s like a kids TV theme show mixed with some Whitney Houston
- The Script – Hall of Fame – this track has just grown and grown on me since I first heard it, very inspirational in its message – great for the Olympic month!
- The Killers – Runaways – another track that I hope precedes an amazing album, great ‘comeback’ track from the boys
- Professor Green - Avalon (Lyrics) ft. Sierra Kusterbeck – I’m not normally a massive fan of Pro. Green but there is something insistent about this track that draws me in
- Muse – Madness – the 2nd Law is approaching, Muse say we shouldn’t take the LP very seriously but I take the awesomeness of this song to heart!
- Leona Lewis ft. Childish Gambino – Trouble – at last a track that can match up to ‘Bleeding Love,’ now can Leona’s team market this track to the masses?
- Conor Maynard - Turn Around – the first Maynard track that I have really liked, it’s a bit more ‘adult’ for him and a proper dance track
- Dappy – Good Intentions – if you can look past Dappy’s weird look in this video then there is a lot to like in his highly personal lyrics
- Luke White - ‘Black Market Red Roses’ – definitely one of my favourite ‘up and coming’ artists, such a lovely voice matching with a beautiful visual
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