Friday, April 2, 2010

New Singles from Christina Aguilera, Robyn

There are a couple new singles out this week from two of the biggest pop stars around. One, in my opinion, is mediocre but will get tons of play and might grow on me. The other is fantastic and won't get any play, so I am entrenched in order to get you to love it. Can you guess which is which?

Don't cry for me, Guatemala...

Here's the new one from Christina Aguilera's new album Bionic (to be released June 8), "Not Myself Tonight." It hits the radio on Tuesday and iTunes on April 13. Thoughts?



And here is a new track from one of the three new albums by Swedish pop sensation Robyn due to come out later this year. "Fembot" can also be heard streaming at Robyn's website.


So, lovely readers? Who wins the new single-off?

3 comments:

  1. It's been a long minute since I've liked a single released by Christina. "Keeps Getting Better" had 5 seconds of appeal, but nothing has hit me like "Dirty" and thi8s new single continues the trend.

    Of course, Robyn has a recurring theme of being an elctrotronic funk beat girl, so "Fembot" fits Robyn's style, where as Christina seems to be trying something new again and I still just don't care. But who knows? Let me see a music video and let Christina's song smash into my head a few times.

    Fembot wins.

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  2. Hmmm well this is a toughie... You know, from a producer's point of view, I can't get enough of tracks like Aguilera's, and even Fifty Cent's stuff. Those tracks are so pumping and pimped out technically, it's a treat to listen to.

    But I appreciate the Swedish effort, although the production sounds somewhat meek compared to the best that the big labels can afford... Being a Futuramafan, anything involving Fembots is golden to me.

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  3. Thomas BronzwaerMarch 7, 2011 at 9:58 AM

    Hmmm well this is a toughie... You know, from a producer's point of view, I can't get enough of tracks like Aguilera's, and even Fifty Cent's stuff. Those tracks are so pumping and pimped out technically, it's a treat to listen to.

    But I appreciate the Swedish effort, although the production sounds somewhat meek compared to the best that the big labels can afford... Being a Futuramafan, anything involving Fembots is golden to me.

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