New Song: Vanessa White – ‘Relationship Goals’

Published: Monday 21st Sep 2015 by David

Nadine Coyle. Beyonce…Vanessa White.

Music lovers familiar with the names above will know that they are credited for carrying their respective groups to the top of the charts with voices far superior those owned by their “less fortunate” bandmates.

Today, White hopes to follow in the footsteps of many a lead singer turned solo sensation by releasing her debut single ‘Relationship Goals’ which surfaced online as her group, The Saturdays, enjoys time away from Pop’s courts.

Does Vanessa have what it takes to soar on a solo front?

Get into ‘Goals’ after the jump to find out….

Your thoughts?

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  1. ~The Arcade~ September 21, 2015

    Nadine Coyle? David really… you ain’t slick lol

    • Iggy Stay Paid September 21, 2015

      David knows his stuff, Nadine carried the group.

  2. ~The Arcade~ September 21, 2015

    The beat is bangin’ tho

  3. sleazy September 21, 2015

    nadyne carried the group but cheryl is the most succesful mmmmm you can have a voice but you must have the star quality!!! i dont think she carried the group to the top she okay

  4. Carey Like Mariah September 21, 2015

    I never heard of her before, so I googled her and The Saturdays popped up and I had never heard of The Saturdays either lol. But this song is fire. ????


    • NY_King10 September 21, 2015

      Neither have I. I heard of the Saturdays but have never had the urge to click on their music or posts. Call me shallow but I only clicked this post because the girl is so pretty, lol. Expecting nothing from the music I must say I am pleasantly surprised. The song and vocals were on point.

  5. lolhart September 21, 2015

    How is somebody from a flop girl group going to score a hit with this generic track?

    • CSAZ September 21, 2015

      12 singles/18 on the top 10 UK + a number 1 in collaboration with Sean Paul who reached n°27 in the USA. And you call that a flop band… really?

      • lolhart September 22, 2015

        Song with Sean Paul never charted in the US. Receipts. Greatest Hits that only spent 4 weeks in top 100 and last tour had to sell tickets 2 for 1 on Groupon = flop

  6. xedos September 22, 2015

    I just wonder what the hell some people hear when they’re in the studio? This is garbage

  7. MuscleTech/Nyc November 5, 2015

    Pretty girl.

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