Well, this girl won't give up, will she? Girls Aloud member Nadine Coyle decided to follow in Cheryl Cole's footsteps and go solo, but her career tanked as debut single and album, both titled Insatiable had a poor showing on the charts, with the single at #26 on the UK Singles Chart and the album narrowly making it into the Top 50 at #47. Then, reports surfaced she was going to go Country to tackle the US, but more recently, reports stated she was going to release Runnin' in the States. But lo and behold, she's trying her hand in the UK again.
She recently released some darker promotional pictures, titled Nadine 2.0, which basically means Nadine Coyle from Girls Aloud with an edgier look and bolder artistic direction. So here comes Nadine 2.0 - her new single Sweetest High which you can check out below.
Personally, I don't like it at all because it sounds very much like a cheap club song put together in 5 minutes to get a hit, which she won't with this, by the way. But Nicola Roberts, whose debut single Beat of My Drum debuted at a lowly #27, one spot below Nadine's flop Insatiable, perhaps it appears the public does like Nuhdeen more. Huh. Well I think she's wasting her talent and voice on these tracks. Hon, get back in the studio with Girls Aloud hitmakers Xenomania. Thanks.