Many of today’s teen pop artists bleep up on our radars via
the slew of reality TV outlets, but there are some names that rear up again and
again through their conscientious hard work in promotion and gigging it from
the get go, that go on to ensure that they become worthy of note.
One such name that I’ve picked up on is that of
Warwickshire’s slip of lass Molly Monroe, who over the past year has been
popping up regularly at jaunts all over the West Midlands and further afield,
alongside some of the UK’s teen tipped new acts such as The Mend and The
Loveable Rogues as seen on Britain’s Got Talent.
Molly may well be a miss teen thing – that is until she
sings, sings, sings. The youngster
confidently reigns in a sleek RnB pop performance that cuts in a mere edge of
youthfulness whilst snapping in a maturity that will readily appeal to the post
teen market and urban pop hungry aficionados alike.
Take a listen on Molly’s just released debut track “Nu Love”
that packs some serious pixie pop soul style and dance nation energy.
and from Molly’s promo catalogue be sure to check out
jangly swaggering urban pop ditty “Get This Way” –
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