Easy – Rascal Flatts Featuring Natasha Bedingfield Lyrics
26 Oct 2011
Album: Nothing Like This
Lyrics by: Katrina Elam, Mike Mobley
Label: Big Machine Records, LLC
Copyright: (C) 2010 Big Machine Records, LLC
Release Date: September, 2011
Rascal Flatts released their seventh studio album last year, however, they have officially released two songs during 2011: “I Won’t Let Go”, at the beginning of the year, and Easy featuring the good singer, Natasha Bedingfield who also collaborated in the music video.
The country song gets a soft sounds typical from ballad genre and its lyrics talks about how difficult is to hide the bad emotions when you breakup with someone.
Rascal Flatts has received two nominations for Favorite Country Artist and Favorite Tour Headliner for the People’s Choice Awards which is going to take place at Nokia Theater next January 11th, 2012.
Jet Lag – Simple Plan Feat. Natasha Bedingfield Lyrics
1 Jun 2011
Album: Get Your Heart On!
Genre: Pop rock
Lyrics by: Sebastien Lefebvre, Pierre Bouvier, Jeff Stinco, Chuck Comeau, David Desrosiers
Label: Atlantic Records
Copyrighth: 2011 Atlantic Recording
Released Date: April 26, 2011
The Canadian pop punk band, Simple Plan will be releasing its fourth studio album next 21st June. Since March, they have been promoting some of the singles and now the turn is for Jet Lag, a song which is ranked well in Australia. The one and music video is featuring Natasha Bedingfield, however, the band has done two more versions; one in French language with Marie-Mai and the another one with Krystl for Dutch language.
Touch – Natasha Bedingfield Lyrics
20 Jul 2010
Strip Me is the upcoming fourth studio album by Natasha Bedinfield which is expected to be released this fall according to the announcement by the singer in Twitter five days ago. The London singer has selected as her lead single Touch that was co-written by the same artist, Steve Kipner and Julian Bunetta. The pop song has been used as a cover for a new NIVEA skincare compaign. Touch has debuted at #90 on Canadian Hot 100 Chart.
Angel – Natasha Bedingfield Lyrics
16 Sep 2008
Album: Pocketful of Sunshine
Released: August, 2008
This song was released last month in United States, and it is the track number eight from her last material, Pocketful of Sunshine that is on stores since yesterday in United Kingdom. Angel appears as #7 into U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play, #25 into Slovak Airplay Chart and #38 into U.S. Billboard Mainstream Top 40. The music video was premiered the last September 9th. Only in U.S. the album has sold around 411,000 copies. The bonus track album contains songs like: Love like This (live), Unwritten (acoustic version), Cheer Me Up and Stepping Stone. She is inviting to all her fans to vote her at 2008 BT Digital Music Award.
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Soulmate – Natasha Bedingfield Lyrics
22 Jul 2008
Album: Pocketful of Sunshine and N.B.
Released: July, 2007
The song belongs to the second Natasha album N.B. in 2007, but it was also incorporated into her last material Pocketful of Sunshine for US. Soulmate was the most important single in the N.B. album. The peak positions reached during its new re-released are: number seventy four at US Billboard Pop 100, seventy at US Hot Digital Songs and three at US Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles. The entire album, Pocketful of Sunshine will be available on September 15, 2008 in UK. However, it has gotten more than 322,000 copies sold. The next August, 26th, Natasha will be on CBS studios by performing two songs live.
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Pocketful Of Sunshine – Natasha Bedingfield Lyrics
15 Apr 2008
Album: Pocketful Of Sunshine
Released: February, 2008
This song takes the name from Natasha’s second album. This single was featured on the MTV television show “The Hills”, and also it was performed by Natasha on the television Canadian series called Degrassi: The Next Generation. Moreover, it has been made different official remixes prepared for Johnny Vicious and StoneBridge. In spite the great popularity of the album, it has received mixed critics. All Music Guide said: “it feels inorganic in a way that unwritten did not, less personal and more vetted by various A&R executives”. While a Billboard reviewer said: “The album has an undeniable flip-flop feel throughout”.
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