British solo pop singer Whinnie Williams aka the ‘Sunday Girl’ released her first single through Polydor Records in 2010 and supported Ellie Goulding on tour during the latter part of the same year.
In March 2012, she co-wrote a song titled “Turn Up the Radio” for Madonna’s twelfth studio album MDNA after collaborating with model Zara Martin to form one-half of the DJ duo Ooh La La!
In February 2013, Williams announced the end of the ‘Sunday Girl’ project, and released her first single and music video under the moniker of Whinnie Williams: “You Don’t Love Me”, in early 2013, later followed by “Break Hearts In Your Sleep”.
Whinnie Williams has now created a mixtape (produced by pop kings, Future Cut) that is guaranteed to get your weekend started:
‘Eiffel Tower’ is a sparkling protest song ironically illuminating the “Je t’aime… moi non plus” under-lay.
The vocals are clear and silver-bell shiny – this slips down as easily as syrup, shandy & silky drawers.
The cheeky cheerfully incisive “Chav at Heart” will remind you of Lily Allen – but the bump and grind of ‘Doo Wop’ is a little grimier and has a dusty complexion.
This mixtape is certain to gladden your heart and lighten up your weekend.
Check it out now!
– © Neil_Mach January 20134 –
1. Eiffel Tower
2. Chav @ ❤
3. Doo Woop
4. Never Get to Heaven with You
5. Break Hearts in Your Sleep
6. What the World Needs Now
8. Don’t Need You
9. You Don’t Love Me
10. I Wanna be Yours