Iggy Azalea’s performance would have made Cher Horowitz proud.
Charli XCX just released her debut, True Romance, last year, but she’s already working on its followup. And for this upcoming release she has a few tricks up her sleeve.
Iggy Azalea is doing her best Cher Horowitz impression in her new video for “Fancy” to prove she’s a blonde with some seriously expensive taste.
Iggy Azalea can’t worry about no haters, she’s got to work on her grind. Why you ask? Because she’s a girl with expensive taste as her cocky new single declares.
It seems Charli XCX is having a bit of an adverse reaction to her “SuperLove.”
This year, everyone and their mother was singing along to Lorde’s anti-consumerist anthem “Royals,” but the New Zealand teen wasn’t the only new kid on the block who got us excited.
Chloe Chaidez, the frontwoman for the L.A. band, grew up listening to punk rock and classic rock but when it came to her own direction she went in her own synth-heavy direction. Just don’t call them an Eighties band.
Plus Charli announced that she has a new album coming out in March of next year.
Can she replicate the magic she spun on her solo work, and Icona Pop’s “I Don’t Care”?
American Charli XCX fans will have to wait just a little longer to see the singer on this side of the Atlantic again.
Charli XCX is pop music for people who think they don’t like pop music.
Her first headlining tour, Charli’s 29-stop, largely American schedule will support her first debut full-length album, “True Romance.” Her camp promises to bring fans into Charli’s world.
It’s no secret that the 20-year-old loves the ’80s. In her latest music video, Charli leisurely strolls through a famous London night club checking out her friends, dancing to her new tune, “Take My Hand.”
Charli XCX is not embarrassed to admit she’s obsessed with the Backstreet Boys. In fact, she loves them so much she even tackled BSB’s monster pop hit, “I Want It That Way” for the first time at a recent show in Chicago.
Although the former art school student describes herself as “Wednesday Addams meets Winona Ryder in Beetlejuice meets Baby Spice,” the 20 year old Charli XCX had been making synthetic waves since she was 14.
In “What I Like,” the English “dark pop” singer-songwriter has once again laced a music video with copious amounts of sex appeal and bad-girl attitude.