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Grrrr its Betty Boo

another dose of pop as catchy as measels and as bright as a bunch of plastic flowers under a sun lamp.This is everything a great pop album should be-catchy,sassy,flirty and even a bit crap.Perfect Miss Boo!

Good album but she's done better

This is a good album from Betty Boo, however, it is not as good as her debut album, Boomania. I'm actually surprised that this particular album is on iTunes, whereas her more well known singles ("Where Are You Baby?", "24 Hours", "Hey DJ, I Can't Dance (To That Music You're Playing)") from Boomania aren't accessible, with the exception of "Hey DJ..." which is on a Beatmasterz album. As for this album, it lacks the spunky, attitude-filled stylings that she had on Boomania, though it's a pretty decent album all the same. Fun tracks are "I'm On My Way" & "Thing Goin' On" which open the album, though there are a couple of weaker spots towards the end of the album and an attempt at a more mainstream sound with the Dance/House sound of the early 90s on "Catch Me". This isn't to say it's unsuccessful, more uninteresting in terms of not being what you would hope for from Betty Boo after her excellent debut album. Only "Skin Tight" really reminds you this is the same author as Boomania with its high-tempo MC-ing and spunky attitude.


Born: 06 March 1970 in Kensington, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Self-styled U.K. pop-rap diva Betty Boo (born Alison Clarkson) began her music career as a teenager, singing in the rap trio the She-Rockers, the duo Hit 'N' Run, and studying sound engineering at school. Originally dubbed Betty Boop because of her resemblance to the classic cartoon character, the half-Malaysian, half-Scottish singer became Betty Boo when lawyers representing Betty Boop objected to her use of the name. After signing with the Rhythm King label, Boo got her first taste of success guesting...
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