Must Hear: JLS – ‘Dessert (Written By Elijah Blake)’

Published: Thursday 27th Dec 2012 by David

Before the release of his debut album next year, this summer saw Roc Nation‘s Elijah Blake lend his skills to Pop quartet JLS and their fourth studio album, ‘Evolution‘.

Joined by ‘Video Phone’ producer Bangladesh and the group itself, Blake’s time in the studio saw him craft the innuendo laced ‘Dessert’, making for a brave and undeniably infectious number.

Check it out below…


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  1. Lana Del Slay December 27, 2012

    Ugggh. Finally a song i like from these boys, even though i don’t believe any of them are that sexual.

  2. MCThePlaceToBe December 27, 2012

    Didn’t care for them until i saw that interview. Don’t like this song though. Are they bigger than 1D in the Uk.

  3. ARTPOPPINIT December 27, 2012

    I’ll take the big chocolate one. Y’all can keep the rest.

  4. CSquaddie December 27, 2012

    OMG JLS. I used to love them when i lived in Ireland, they could be so big if they made better music. This one knocks though.

    • Lana Del Slay December 27, 2012

      Sis! I didn’t know you lived in Ireland, when did you move?

      • CSquaddie December 27, 2012

        Yeah girl I lived in Dublin for two years because my mom got a job there, moved back to New Zealand last March.

  5. I.D. December 27, 2012

    I don’t know WHY you’re highlighting that this track was written by Elijah Blake, when it’s full of repetitions.

    If you were to read the lyrics, I doubt you’d think much of it. I understand you championing certain artists, but try to give credit ONLY when it’s due.

  6. Sami December 27, 2012

    I’m going to remain as positive as possible. I’m not too keen on the song or Marvin’s vocals at the start. Although they’ve gone for a more r&b sound this album already sounds very dated and almost teeni bopperish. This is likely to be their lowest selling album

  7. James December 27, 2012

    You should also check out the Tiffany Foxx version, she adds a great rap verse.

  8. TheTruth December 27, 2012

    Why does when one person putts out a sexual song everyone else has to. Be original. and the song is s***.

  9. keke January 4, 2013

    the song is ok but why does everyone has to be a follower you have to learn to be unique.!

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