“Hello Kitty” is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, released as a single on May 23, 2014, only in Japan from her self-titled fifth studio album Avril Lavigne (2013).
It was written by Lavigne, Chad Kroeger, David Hodges and Martin Johnson, while the song was produced by Kroeger and Hodges, with additional production by Brandon Paddock and Kyle Moorman.
Musically, “Hello Kitty” is a technopop song, featuring a dubstep-influenced drop. The song was influenced by her obsession with all things related to the Japanese brand Hello Kitty, also having sexual content.
“Cheers (Drink To That)” is the sixth single by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna, taken from her fifth studio album, Loud.
The track was produced by The Runners. The song also contains interpolations of Avril Lavigne‘s song “I’m with You”, which is featured on her album Let Go (2002), and incorporates the musical element of dancehall and pop rock.
During a concert in Barbados on August 5, 2011, Rihanna announced that a taping of “Cheers (Drink to That)” had been recorded during the show for the music video. It features Rihanna with red curly hair riding a car
“What The Hell” is the upbeat lead music video and single from Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne‘s upcoming fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby.
The music video premiered in late January 2011.
“What The Hell” is the upbeat lead single from Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne‘s upcoming fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby.
Avril Lavigne loves her fans. The sassy, newly single singer will be offering a free download of her new song, “What the Hell,” for 48 hours on her Facebook page starting January 1, 2011. The free download will follow the broadcast debut of the single on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.
Fans can go to here and click “Like” in order to access the free download after midnight on New Year’s Eve.
Although not sure how well the Pop/Rock sound will be perceived, but I can definitely tell you that it is one hell of a hook that will have you singing endlessly – almost as much as Girlfriend had you on repeat.
Alice is an alternative rock/Acoustic rock song written and performed by Canadian singer/songwriter Avril Lavigne for the soundtrack to the 2010 film Alice in Wonderland, entitled Almost Alice. The song is a mid-tempo ballad sung from the perspective of the film’s lead character, Alice. According to Lavigne, she wrote the song after asking Disney executives and director Tim Burton for a role on the soundtrack. The song was produced by Butch Walker and mixed by Lavigne’s former husband Deryck Whibley.
It was first played on radio on January 27, 2010, when Lavigne appeared on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show, On Air with Ryan Seacrest. The soundtrack will be released on March 2 while the music video for the song is scheduled to debut in early February. “Alice” serves as the first self-written song by Avril Lavigne in her career and her first post-divorce single. The video will be available to preview on MySpace as of January 31st.
Lavigne shot the music video for “Alice” on January 26 and 27, 2010. The video is directed by Dave Meyers and is expected to be released in early February. She appears in the video running through a forest wearing a black dress.
Lavigne, designing clothes inspired by Alice in Wonderland for her Abbey Dawn line, told Disney executives she could write a song for the film’s soundtrack. Director Tim Burton agreed, and Lavigne “wrote the song immediately” on her piano. Lavigne described the song as “a little darker” and confirmed the lyrics, “trippin’ out, spinnin’ around, I’m underground, I fell down.”
“I Will Be” is a Power Ballad written by Canadian singer Avril Lavigne, Lukasz Gottwald and Max Martin which appears on Leona Lewis‘ debut album Spirit. The song was originally recorded by Lavigne in 2006 and is included on the Limited Edition version of her third studio album, The Best Damn Thing. The song will serve as Leona’s 3rd single, but to only be released in the United States and Canada.