This week, pop world is awash with love, sex and acrimonious break-ups – well, it is nearly Valentine’s Day
Track of the week Never Be Like You by Flu me
We’re so in to this sparkly twinkly track by Aussie producer Flu me. There’ s a sharp, wounded female vocal( courtesy of Canadian singer Kai) and a wobbly bass throughout the chorus.
The track is about wanting to be someone, but hating who you are when you’ re around them. “What I would do to take away/ This fear of being loved, allegiance to the pain ,” she sings. Truly excellent.
Hero of the week is
George of Union J. In a You Tube video, he explained what was happening with his lovelife.
“I’ ve been reading a lot of speculation online as to whether I’ m straight or gay or bi, and it’s all these labels, and it’ s a little bit old fashioned, and this is why I’m not going to label it myself, because it’ s not something I feel I can label.”
He went on, “I’ve had girlfriends that I’ ve loved and have been amazing periods of mylife, but I’ve also had boy friends, and I just want you to know that whether I decide to be with a girl next or be with a guy next, it’ s because I love them, and it shouldn’ t be a big deal.”
been clearing the post
Pillow talk air. He told radio station Z 100,“” It is about sex, there is obviously sex in a relationship.
“It’s not the whole incentive of the song though, the actual intent of the song is even though you have great times in arelationship, you have really bad times as well butt hat’s what makes it worth while because you learn things and you go through experiences that bring you closer together .” Consider us updated.
Zero o fthe week
is Roc Nation, according to Rita Or a( left ). Ora had been suing the label and wanted to leave, but Roc Nation are now counter-suing. Their lawyer stated that Roc Nation “tirelessly promoted[ Rita’ s] career, investing millions in marketing, recording and other costs, which was instrumental in guiding Ms Or a to her current level of success and fame ”. Golly.