New Song: Nicole Scherzinger – ‘Who’s Gonna Love You’

Published: Wednesday 27th Feb 2008 by Sam
Nicole Scherzinger - 'Who's Gonna Love You'Word has it Nicole Scherzinger’s ill-fated solo debut ‘Her Name Is Nicole’ has been officially shelved, despite the news of her working on the album alongside the next Pussycat Dolls record. It may as well be (axed), as yet more material from the album has surfaced; this time the Polow Da Don produced ‘Who’s Gonna Love You’. Perhaps the best track to come from the mass garbage she was churning out as singles, Polow really delivered on the production front. Nicole’s voice also compliments the track fairly well too. With that said, something still feels kinda off with the song. I don’t know if it’s her vocal delivery or what; I just can’t put my finger on it.

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  1. J-esper February 27, 2008

    This is the fanmade full mix Made of the snippets which were on her site when we could pick her next single

    not the real full version

  2. Anonymous February 27, 2008

    yeah maybe the thing that’s off and you can’t put your finger on it is the fact that this isn’t the full version LOL trust me it sounds real…very well done, but if you listen closely, the first and second verses ARE the same, this is NOT i repeat NOT the full version of the song

  3. Anonymous February 27, 2008

    ^ aman !!!

  4. Mateo February 27, 2008

    This song get a 4.5 out of 10. Who’s Gonna Love You is lackluster and forgettable. It’s a definite MISS (especially for the radio).

    Even though I scored it so low, I really do like the song. I can relate to the song. This song’s strong point is its lyrics. No, they’re not spectacular, but the song’s B-section, Chorus and Hook help get the song’s message arcoss. Every other point of the song is a total let down. Nothing about Who’s Gonna Love You gets me excited. Something is obiviously lacking. (IMO) this song definitely ISN’T “single worthy”; I don’t know what audience they where targeting (musically). I’ve always liked Nicole alot (for many reasons,) and I wish she’d get the right people behind her to help her rise in this industry.

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