Mutya Keisha Siobhan, Sugababes 1.0, Sugababes-MKS, or whatever the fuck you want to call them have finally released some new music. The Holy Trinity hooked up with Dev Hynes to rework one of the best songs of last year, Kendrick Lamar’s “Swimming Pools.”
Just days after Girls Aloud’s stunning comeback, the ladies of Mutya Keisha Siobhan aka MKS aka Sugababes made their first red carpet appearance since reforming at tonight’s Q Awards.
Okay, so I have a confession to make: I’m a fraudulent psychic. Some of the stunning insights from my official 2012 Pop Predictions post– which I literally wrote in ten minutes in-between New Year’s celebrations– is just stuff that I already knew on the down-low, but wasn’t willing/allowed to spill to the whole world yet. [...]
Didn’t I tell y’all last month that Sony had washed their hands of the Sugababes 4.0 and that nobody wanted anything to do with them? In a new interview to promote her stint on the UK’s Dancing on Ice, Sugababe Heidi Range has confirmed that the trio currently have no plans for a new album, [...]
Is the Sugababes’ reign of terror finally coming to an end? I don’t usually post rumors, but this one was too fun to pass up. A reliable little industry birdy in the UK tells me that the latest bastardization of the Sugababes has been dropped from Sony just five months after officially signing with the [...]
Sugababes may currently hold the dishonorable title of being the world’s worst girl group, but they weren’t always total shit. In fact, if Mutya had never left, they could’ve easily become one of the greatest girlbands in history, standing alongside the likes of TLC, The Supremes, and The Shangri-Las, but now they’ll only ever be [...]
Earlier today the web was rife with rumors that Jade Ewen was planning to leave the Sugababes. They were of course, nothing but rumors, and Jade cleared the air on her Twitter account by saying that the only place she’s going is “to the studio with the girls to work on our new album.” Given [...]
Maybe you’ve heard of girl band RD before. Or maybe you’re like me and you only discovered them this week. Whatever the case may be, these chicks are worth paying attention to. The British trio have been around for a year or so now, pushing gritty flops like “Do It Like Me” and “Alright Stilll” [...]