Mutya Keisha Siobhan, better known as MKS (or the Sugababes 1.0) have been gallavanting ’round the world for well over a year or two now, recording with basically every producer ever—from MNEK to Xenomania to Naughty Boy to Diane Warren—teasing amazing new tracks like “Boys” and performing secret comeback performances.
After recording with the girls for the past few weeks, Dev just uploaded a brand new track to share with the world from their last session together. (“The girls felt like having fun at the end of the session, he tweeted.) Well, almost brand new–it’s actually an interpolation of Kendrick Lamar‘s “Swimming Pools (Drank).”
Good things come to those who wait. (And wait, and wait…)
After whipping out some solid classics during their super secret, super sugary Ponystep New Year’s Eve party performance last week, the artists formerly known as the Sugababes–Mutya Keisha Siobhan–are back with a sampling from their upcoming 2013 (re-)debut: “Boys.” (Our girl groups seem pretty boy crazy lately, no?)
Girls Aloud wasn’t the only girl group ringing in the New Year with something new.
MKS–the holy trinity of Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy (also known as the Origibabes)–made their secret live comeback last night.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year: A time when the promise of next year’s music still shines bright like a diamond, free of the crippling reality of weak lead singles, terrible cover art and devastating chart positions.
(Remember how excited we all were for The Spirit Indestructible this time last year? Eesh.)
There’s plenty of major albums coming our way in 2013 by both up-and-comers and veterans alike, so as I do yearly, I’ve put together a guide to some of the most titillating releases just on the horizon. This is the first installment–watch for the next round-up tomorrow.
I’ll be anticipating…
With all the shaking and crying (on the metro) surrounding the return of the Almighty Aloud (Ten is out today!), let us not forget that they’re not the only legendary UK girl group making a comeback.
Mutya Keisha Siobhan (the original line-up of the Sugababes, if you haven’t been following along for the ride) have been hard at work putting the finishing touches on their highly anticipated 2013 reunion LP, the first since their debut (and only) 2000 effort, One Touch.
Today, the girls make their official return–in print, that is–by appearing together in Ponystep.