This week’s From The Vault serves up not the usual one clip, but two. This time we journey back 8 years to 2000 with Pink’s debut single ‘There You Go’ and follow-up ‘Most Girls’. As seemingly one of the the few that actually prefer Ms. Moore with her current Pop/Rock sound, I still hold her sole R&B LP ‘Can’t Take Me Home’ in high regard; these standout cuts from the record IMO:
There You Go
For all the quality music and success that Pink has enjoyed since switching up her sound, it’s not uncommon to hear the ‘Oh, she should go back to R&B’ statement from many a person. That said, peep this idea (tell me if it’s wack too LOL); wouldn’t it be great if her next release was a double CD of sorts with 1 CD being the Pop/Rock songs and the other being more R&B-tinged. I mean her voice certainly is versatile enough to do her thing on both. Then again, with the singer herself saying she felt forced into the R&B thing, the liklihood of this happening is slim. Still one can dream…
In his lifetime, it was Michael that was pegged the most eccentric of the Jackson clan. Yet, in the wake of his untimely passing, the King Of Pop has seemingly been succeeded on that front by older sister LaToya.