New Song: Mel B – ‘Who’s Is It’

Published: Tuesday 4th Nov 2008 by Sam
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Former Spice Girl Mel B has been in the studio for several months now prepping her latest solo assault on the music scene. This new track ‘Who’s Is It’, which was produced by Scott Storch, is said to be a track from the as yet untitled set. Though the production really does bite off the Pop/Electro/Urban fused sound that has been all the rage for the last few years, it’s the best thing about the otherwise terrible song. Mel, no doubt, has a great personality and whatnot, but this is a big reminder that she could never sing…that well. What’s more the lyrics are just…blah. Times have changed since her last major attempt at solo success and so have expectations. This crap just isn’t going to cut it.

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  1. Anonymous November 4, 2008

    It took me about 10 minutes to remember that she was actually a singer . . . My first thought was who told her she can sing . . . LMAO

  2. Anonymous November 5, 2008

    I knew I had heard this Before. Danity Kane had recorded it prviously for Welcome to the dollhouse but never released it. Not a good look

  3. Anonymous November 5, 2008

    It really isn’t a good look cause Danity Kane did it way better

  4. hissip November 5, 2008

    The Drumline-like intro was much too rambuctious. The track is overproduced; the beat of the song seems to be competing with her for our attention, and it (the beat) clearly won. Her delivery was also very routine, reminds me of throwback Vanity/Pebbles I hear on oldies urban radio. I’m convinced, however, that Scary Spice is extremely talented. She just needs appropriate material to showcase her vocal assets. She doesn’t have the vocal stamina of a Mariah Carey, but she can do just fine, provided that she finds better material that suits her voice.

  5. Anonymous November 6, 2008

    danity kane got there first, and yes, its not the best song…but DK sang this waaaaaay better!!

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