Mic Righteous, Dot Rotten and Ghetts lend Lloyd a hand in this dub-fuelled track
Yes, I was always an unashamed fan of Cher Lloyd since her popular X Factor audition, I even have mp3 versions of her audition and other performances on my iPod – judge me if you wish.
I rooted for the spunky vocalist throughout her time on the show. Cher was undeniably talented in my opinion, it was a given that she would go on to have a successful music career.
However, I did lose interest when I heard her first single release, Swagger Jagger. I wasn’t too keen on the hook but in retrospect, the single isn’t at all bad.
I recently noticed that the US release of her album Sticks + Stones had debuted at number nine on the Billboard 200 chart, so I decided to refresh my Cher Lloyd playlist and had a listen of her album.
Now I have this song on repeat. Cher has a solo version of Dub on the Track but I’m loving this version, with the sprinkling of Mic Righteous, Dot Rotten and Ghetts.
A UK deluxe edition of Sticks + Stones is expected for release next month. The 21-track re-release will include tracks that are only on the US version of the album as well as alternative versions of previous songs.