JLS’ Aston Merrygold Hits ‘The Late Late Show’ For Debut US Solo Performance

Published: Thursday 29th Oct 2015 by Sam

As British boybands go, few achieved the level of success or omnipresence of JLS.

Two years on from the group’s split, its members are aiming to make a similar mark solo.

Lead vocalist Aston Merrygold is spearheading the charge after signing with Warner Bros and releasing debut solo single ‘Get Stupid’ earlier this Summer.

Well received critically, the track didn’t necessarily set the charts ablaze and peaked at #28 on home soil.

Undeterred, the dynamic performer – who has named his upcoming album ‘Show Stopper’ – snagged a slot on ‘The Late Late Show With James Corden’  last night and was sure to show up and show out.

Watch after the jump…

While the song doesn’t necessarily rock our world, Aston is a compelling talent and is wholly engaging on-stage.

In an era where UK urban talent rarely are given a look-in Stateside, Mr. Merrygold shows why folk should sit up and pay attention.

Good stuff.

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  1. Sweetnothings78 October 29, 2015


  2. Lil Kim thee ONLY QB October 29, 2015

    I’m so ready for Focus.

  3. al October 29, 2015

    Flopped here and will there same with whora and that hyped US debut been coming since 1998 YAWN

  4. Everyone’s A Critic October 29, 2015

    He was a local act! Nothing special about this corny guy! He’s a flop that offers nothing new to the industry. Why not focus on stating local. Anyone could’ve told him he would flop

    • lolhart October 29, 2015

      He’s not even local as that song flopped in the UK. Talk about money down the drain

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