?BLover wrote:This is not particularly dance music.mattsky wrote:I like like the album and I don't particularly like dance music
Well you have Dubstep, Drum & Bass, Chill-out / ambient music, and several other types of Electronica elements throughout the entire album.mattsky wrote:?BLover wrote:This is not particularly dance music.mattsky wrote:I like like the album and I don't particularly like dance music
Not dance? Since when dubstep/dance music is no longer dance? Don't tell me it's r'n'b cuz of Dynamite's feature.
??jszmiles wrote:BLover wrote:This is not particularly dance music.mattsky wrote:I like like the album and I don't particularly like dance music
Wynter Gordon's is just as good.ludichris wrote:Very true, there is just no competition between the two this is on a much higher level. As far as debut albums go this will be a hard one to beat in 2011 I think.mattsky wrote:IMO Katy's albums is way better than Jessei J's
NEW YORK, July 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Columbia Records is proud to present the critically acclaimed UK pop singer Katy B's US debut album On A Mission to be released on September 13, 2011.
Katy B made her U.S. live debut in New York City on June 6, 2011 as part of the Steve Madden Summer Music Series and left event goers wanting more. CosmoGirl raved of Katy's recent debut: "Just like Katy Perry and Lady Gaga, Katy B's songs are so good you won't be able to get them out of your head. It may not be long before she joins these artists on the top of the charts!" The Village Voice agreed saying "Katy, whose voice brings to mind freestyle divas as much as it does Aaliyah, soars over the fantastic pop amalgam created by her and her producers, which is stuffed with nods to dubstep, UK garage, funky, and other bits scavenged from the fringes of pop."
Look out for updates on Katy's US Fall Tour coming soon.