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Album Review

While Perez Hilton may have built his online empire with gossip, the blogger spends nearly as much time championing under-the-radar pop and dance acts as he does dishing the dirt; Dan Black, Mika, and Sam Sparro are among those Hilton shone the spotlight on during their early days. Pop Up! #1 features songs by some of his favorite artists, ranging from the Top 40-friendly sounds of Kerli's "Zero Gravity" and Kat Graham's "Put Your Graffiti on Me" — which sounds like the result of genetically splicing Rihanna and Christina Aguilera together — to the sleek synth pop of Capital Cities' "Safe and Sound [DiscoTech Remix]" to Fedez's Italiano pop-rap on "Jet Set." Songs such as these and tracks by Chantal Claret, Alphabeat, and the Cataracs will probably be familiar to many pop-savvy listeners, but the collection digs a little deeper with lesser-known standouts such as "Yo Vogue" by French Fries, one of the leading lights of the French Touch dance music style, and Zowie's brisk electro-pop single "My Calculator." Other highlights include Hi Fashion's snotty-fabulous "Amazing!" and Breedlove's power-poppy "I Never Had." Not every track is a winner, but enough clicks that even those who aren't Hilton fans but like this kind of music should find quite a bit to enjoy.

Customer Reviews


This mix is not amaze balls! No me gusta Perez.

Tainted ear , desperate grasp.

It is just not good. Simple as that. Hilton wants so badly to mean something in pop culture and he is trying so desperately to be a relevant tastemaker, that he has watered down even his own somewhat good taste. This is poor man's pop. There are 1 or 2 decent songs, but the rest is just Perez the care salesman doing what he does best: shoving crap he can attach his name to down your throat.

It is an old idea and it lacks the breath of fresh air that we all want whenlooking for new music.


Yes!! Kerli is so underappreciated, im so glad he put her on here! Shes so talented and she helped write Demi Lovato's Skyscraper! Team Kerli!<3

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