Some of these songs haven’t even premiered yet, but we’re getting pumped up about the pop possibilities coming out of this pack of performers! Try saying that five times fast. Here’s your roundup of the latest announced singles from some of your favorite acts.
After a successful reunion in 2008 and several big tours, one co-headlined with the Backstreet Boys, the boys from Boston, New Kids On The Block, are returning once again with a new single, “Remix (I Like That)”, due out by January 25, which will be followed by an album, 10, tentatively scheduled for April 2. Yes, they will be going out on the road again this summer with 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men. Will they be able to score a top-40 hit once more from their newest release? Stay tuned. (Source) (Source 2)
Demi Lovato is moving on from her Unbroken era, which provided her with a #1 CHR radio single, “Give Your Heart A Break”. From her fourth as-yet-titled album, the video for “Pieces Of A Heart” will be debuting on MTV on February 13 at 7:49PM. This came from a tweet written by MTV correspondent Sway Calloway, though it has since been deleted. We’ll have to see if it proves to be right or if the date’s been changed around. It should be at radio before the video premiere. Lovato is also still on The X Factor (as of now) as a judge.
The newest Country Aircheck update notes via a banner advertisement (look at the bottom of Page 10) that a new single from Lady Antebellum will be sent to Country radio soon. Their last album, Own The Night, produced four top-40 singles on that genre chart, including crossover single “Just A Kiss”. No word if the band intends this strictly to be a Country release or if it will get the Pop treatment as well.
Mutya Keisha Sibohan, or MKS, the trio that was the original incarnation of the girl group Sugababes, are preparing for the release of their reunion single, which may be a song entitled “Boys”. Listen to a 3-second clip of it on PopJustice.
Lastly, we’re still waiting on the release of One Direction‘s “One Way Or Another”, a Blondie remake that will be used as this year’s Comic Relief single in the United Kingdom. More information on the single and other past Comic Relief efforts can be found in this post.
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