Label: Phonogenic/Epic Records
Some say the summer is nearly over, I say it’s not over until I see snow. For me this summer was filled with lots of pop and rock releases but the ones that is still replaying, Natasha Bedingfield’s Strip Me. It’s the third studio album for the London pop singer. Her sophomore album Pocket Full of Sunshine had two major hits, “Love Like This” with Sean Kingston and “Pocket Full of Sunshine”, which has sold over 3 million copies to date.
Strip Me was released December of 2010 off Phonogenic/Epic Records and the first single “Strip Me” was used in the Rachel McAdams and Diane Keaton’s Morning Glory. This past spring Natasha embarked on a U.S. Tour and made TV appearance like Bravo’s Platinum Hit as a guest judge with Jewel.
The album is really an uplifting one and sends a message to not hold on to the material things in your life and each person has a voice that no one can take away. It’s songs like “Weightless” and “Neon Lights” that make the album pop and send those messages. This is no surprise as Natasha brought Grammy award winners to produce and work on the album such as John Shanks (Michelle Branch, Sheryl Crow), Ryan Tedder (One Republic, Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis), Wayne Wilkins (Beyonce, Jordin Sparks), John Hill (Shakira), Kleerup (Robyn, Cyndi Lauper), Danielle Brisebois (“Unwritten”).
Weightless (album and less is more version)