Artist Watch: Jessie J

Over the past few years the UK has been producing some serious talent. Even though American Market is notoriously difficult to crack, a few UK artist have broke through, some thing that I expect Jessie J to do.

Justin Timberlake claims that she has the best voice in the world right now, and she just won the coveted BBC Sound Award for 2011, which has gone too the likes of Adele, and 50 Cent.

So what makes her good?
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Artist Watch: Cher Lloyd

Anyone who watched/followed this years season of the X-Factor, the hit UK singing competition that sparked the career of Leona Lewis, than this post will hold nothing new. For those of you who don’t, I’d like to introduce you to Cher Lloyd. I have been meaning to do this post since the show ended, but better late than never.

Cher Lloyd is the 17 year old from Malvern who finished fourth this year in the shows competition. You may be wondering why I would even shed some light on her if she is not even the winner, but after you see her undeniable swagger and attitude will tell you why.
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Artist Watch: The Perennials

I like to pride myself on having a wide taste when it comes to music, but I haven’t done too many post on artist who are not in the R&B/Rap/Pop realm. The Perennials are a indie/folk music group consisting of married couple Pete and Amanda Wells. The band is unsigned and currently based out of Spokane, Wa.

If you like acoustic music than The Perennials should be a good listen for you. Their debut EP was released to itunes and other musical outlets this week, showcasing their passionate sound. Their meaningful lyrics and quiet tone create a haunting musical experience that is quite captivating.
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