Dido’s back, for those who care about her lackluster beats and her banal voice. Yes, we picked up her debut No Angel and we thought she was special, but we didn’t think she was this special. Maybe we are just bitter that she gave Eminem that sample. Anywho, whatevs.
Dido is getting ready to release her fourth album and keep her relevancy alive. So, she opted to include one of the hottest rappers out there when, in reality, she doesn’t need to do that but be relevant. What do you think of it?
Dido has dropped off the radar for a hot minute, but she’s back to mull us with melancholy prods. The British singer is back with anew album titled The Girl Who Got Away. Her last album, Safe Trip Home was released 4 years ago and didn’t quite match up to the success of its predecessors. This one is supposed to have a robust electronic sound. yes, new album on way. just starting the finishing of it! xxx— Dido (@didoofficial) August […]
The Grammy nominations are out and they are a bit poppier than usual. A little less Paul McCartney, a little more GaGa. We don’t really care where the awards go, but the show is always fun. The highlights of the event are as goes: 10 nominations: Beyonce. 8 nominations: Taylor Swift. 6 nominations: Maxwell. 5 nominations: Lady GaGa, Black Eyed Peas. 3 nominations: India Arie. 2 nominations: Melody Gardot, MGMT, Dido, Pink, Jazmine Sullivan, Keri Hilson. 1 nomination: Royksopp, Leslie […]
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This is a strong song. It is bound to put her back on the map especially after her long hiatus. Safe Trip Home is going to top the charts, just because of all the hoopla surrounding it. The free song featured on her website, “Look No Further,” was a downright bore. But, I hear she is experimenting with new things this time. Using flutes or something, according to Pop Justice. It will probably cater to its fandom, but be a […]