She’s beggin’ us for mercy: Duffy says she’s “borderline on a nervous breakdown” due to her newfound fame: “I have sold my soul and I’m no longer anonymous.
Even though I’ve shown some distaste for Duffy‘s recent singles, I know I’m in the minority: the Welsh teen queen knocked the socks off of The Daily Telegraph‘s Adam Sweeting, who was sweet on her vocal skills …
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Estelle may have the No. 1 song in the UK right now, but she still has some issues with the British music industry.
Now we’re talking. Duffy (four weeks at No. 1), H Two O, and Nickelback continue their chokehold on the top three spots on this week’s chart, but two phenomenal songs have entered the top 10 this week.
Just a head’s up, folks: Anglophenia is on jury duty this week. Thus, you can expect lighter posting.
Tomorrow night’s BRITs are shaping up to be one of the most anticipated in recent memory. With the Osbournes hosting and Sir Paul McCartney performing, the ceremony already had potential for standout moments.
Blue-eyed soul singers Adele and Duffy have topped BBC’s Sound of 2008 list. Clearly, the industry’s trying to develop white female R&B singers in the mold of the mega-successful Amy Winehouse.