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New song is.... Ok

I must say that I have respected and follwed Melanie C's entire career. SHe's always been a star, and with her solo career, she has many stages to show her many sides. She has contributed her share of unforgettable hits in her solo career. She has definitely grown as an artist and person, thus her music reflects so.

Northern Star was a great pop album where Melanie C elaborates on different elements and sounds of music. She really was creative with her first album makes it a complete departure from her Spice Girls days.

Reason wasn't bad but it wasn't great. Again, she put her efforts in more acoustic work. All of the acoustic shows worked positively in her favor; she developed her own unique style and serious vocal coaching.

Beautiful Intentions was a great time for Melanie C. She looked terrific, sounded beautifully, andwas very aggressive. People actually started to listen to her surperiour vocals and respect her as a song-writer and artist.

This Time was a fantastic album for Melanie C but did not live up to the high standards from her previous album Beautiful Intentions. Melanie was very creative with this process and used a very soft theme for this album. The songs were heart-felt, lyrics were beautiful, and vocals were the best ever making it a ran favorite.

The Sea was shakey for Melanie. Most fans were confused with her music and direction, but when Think About It debuted, it really gave Melanie C some long awaited attention. She sounded fantastic and looked amazing. She was looking the best in her entire career. Her baby Scarlet really has made her more feminine.

The Night was a shcoker to all Melanie C fans. With fans being very appreciative of Melanie C's constant releases, they were are overwhemled that Melanie had made a more mainstream EP. Her vocals were hot and songs were slamming.

Melanie C has now dropped the bomb that she was releasing another album with songs that inspired her from the theater. Fans eargly await for the new single. The song isn't bad, but it isn't great. I wouldn't say that there is anything special about the song other commending Melanie C's brave efforts in trying another style of music and capturintg another audience. More than anything, she should be fighting to be recognized in more territories, other than releasing covers.

She must want to flop

Very disappointed, MC has a beautiful pop album and single out, and then this train wreck comes. I don't care to hear Jesus music, and I won't be wasting money on it either. I have all albums and singles until now, all I see is one big bitter flop. Very, very sad!

It's pretty...

I would take this over "The Night EP" any day. This is beautiful and her vocals stunning, as compared to that three-song garbage. By the way, I am not religious, and don't feel you need to be to appreciate this. I am looking forward to this next album! Though I love her aggressive side (Beautiful Intentions, "Goin Down") and her poppy side (The Sea, "I Turn to You") this may end up being my favorite album of hers if she keeps it up.


Born: January 12, 1974 in Merseyside, England

Genre: Pop

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

The world-famous Sporty Spice, singer Melanie Chisholm was born January 12, 1975, in Liverpool, England; a onetime session vocalist and ballet dancer, in March of 1994 she answered an advertisement for an all-girl vocal group, and with fellow applicants Geri Halliwell, Victoria Adams, and Melanie Brown formed the nucleus of what later (with the addition of fifth member Emma Bunton) became the Spice Girls. The biggest pop phenomenon of the late '90s, the Spice Girls enjoyed a series of chart-topping...
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I Don't Know How to Love Him - Single, Melanie C
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Vocal
  • Released: Jul 22, 2012

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