“Show Me” is the first official music video and single from Ex-Pussycat Dolls’ member, dancer, singer, & recording artist Jessica Sutta‘s upcoming debut studio album.
She is best known as a member of the American pop girl group and dance ensemble, the Pussycat Dolls. She left the group in January 2010 to embark her solo career. She is currently finishing up her debut solo album which is expected to be released in summer 2011. She is currently signed to Hollywood Records.
The upbeat dance track and music video premiered on Jessica Sutta’s official YouTube channel in early August 2011.
The song was written by Busbee, Alex Geringas and Paddy Dalton, produced by Busbee (Katy Perry, Lady Antebellum), and mixed by Grammy-nominated Veronica Ferraro (David Guetta). “Show Me” was described as an explosive shuffle-inspired dance track. In addition, it was remixed by top dance music producers Dave Audé, Alex Gaudino/Jason Rooney, and Ralphi Rosario.
It will appear as a bonus track on ‘Now That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 39’ and it will be featured in the ABC Family original movie “Teen Spirit”. The song will be available digitally on August 23.
“Hush Hush“ is a song recorded in 2008 by the Pussycat Dolls with lead and background vocals performed by lead singer Nicole Scherzinger. The other Pussycat Dolls only perform the background vocals and small parts on the chorus. It is the sixth single released from Doll Domination, or fifth if you do not include “Bottle Pop” which hasn’t had a proper release yet.
It was included on the first edition of their second studio album Doll Domination, without the “I Will Survive” mash-up. The “I Will Survive” version is featured on Doll Domination 2.0.
Despite the song never officially being released the single would go on enter the Russian Airplay Chart, debuting at thirty-eight, and eventually reaching number one. It outperformed the majority of the official singles released in Russia helping the album to reach Gold status.
The video features a cameo by the very-fake Perez Hilton.
The Pussycat Dolls have teamed up with two time Oscar winner A.R. Rahman for an English interpretation of the song “Jai Ho”, the spectacular finale to the Oscar winner for Best Picture, Slumdog Millionaire.
“Jai Ho“ is a Hindi song composed by A. R. Rahman, written by Gulzar, and performed by Sukhwinder Singh and Rahman, for the end credits of the film Slumdog Millionaire (2008), where it accompanies a choreographed Bollywood dance sequence. The song was recorded in 2009 by The Pussycat Dolls with English lyrics and featuring lead vocals from Nicole Scherzinger. Produced in collaboration with A. R. Rahman and Ron Fair, Scherzinger prefers to consider this version an interpretation of the original song rather than a remix. The music video, shot in a Vienna trainyard, alludes to the dance sequence in the film – will premiere March 21st. They performed the song on Jimmy Fallon on March 10th.
“Bad Girl” is a single by the Pussycat Dolls off the upcoming movie soundtrack Confessions of a Shopaholic. The track leaked late last year and it had vocals from Rihanna and featured Chris Brown. This version doesn’t feature much different from that version besides it lacks a rap and a minute or two.
“Bottle Pop” is the fourth single from the Pussycat Dolls second studio album Doll Domination. The video does not feature Snoop Dogg, however the album version does – not sure if it’s because this is a rough cut or not.
1. Sober (Bimbo Jones Radio Edit) – Pink
2. I Stay In Love (Jody den Broeder Radio Edit) – Mariah Carey
3. If I Were A Boy (Karmatronic Remix Radio Edit) – Beyonce
4. When You Leave (Numa Numa) (Basshunter Radio Mix) – Alina
5. I Hate This Part (Moto Blanco Radio) – The Pussycat Dolls
6. Falling For You (Radio Edit) – Soulcatcher f./Amanda Wilson
7. Poker Face (Dave Audé Radio Edit) – Lady Gaga
8. Seventeen Forever (DJ Suraci & Jimmy Greco Radio Edit) – Metro Station
9. Broken Pieces (F&L Radio Edit) – Jennifer Carbonell vs. Friscia And Lamboy
10. Right Now (Na Na Na) (Mike Rizzo Radio Mix) – Akon
11. Underneath (Nathan Scott & Tony Arzadon Radio Edit) – DJ Antoine
12. Not Falling Apart (Tiesto Remix) – Maroon 5
13. Love Will Save The Day (Bass UP! Radio Mix) – Greco Roman
14. Sandcastle Disco (Freemason Radio Edit) – Solange
15. Lips Of An Angel (Josh Harris Radio Edit) – Renée Stakey
16. Another Place (Radio Edit) – Mischa Daniels f./Crown
17. Never (Love To Infinity Radio Mix) – Kristine W.
18. Time 4 Dance (Radio Mix) – DJG Project
19. Gone Dancin (Soulshaker Radio Edit) – QED
20. Oye Party (Tim Spinnin’ Schommer Radio Edit) – Rod Carrillo Presents Bodega Charlie
21. Fashion Report (Radio Edit) – PAY TV
1. Mad – Ne-Yo
2. I Stay In Love – Mariah Carey
3. Permanent Monday – Jordin Sparks
4. Heartless – Kanye West
5. I’m So Paid – Akon f./Lil Wayne
6. Just Like Me – Jamie Foxx f./T.I.
7. Numba 1 (Tide Is High) – Kardinal Offishall f./Keri Hilson
8. Break Ya Ankles – E-40 f./Shawty Lo
9. One More Drink – Ludacris f./T-Pain
10. Drink In My Cup – Electrik Red
11. Come Over – Estelle f./Sean Paul
12. One And Only – Nelly
13. Crazy World – Young Jeezy
14. I Hate This Part – The Pussycat Dolls
15. Beep – Bobby Valentino f./Yung Joc
16. Just Dance – Lady Gaga f./Colby O’Donis
17. Let Me Come Back – Lil Rob
18. By My Side – Jadakiss & Ne-Yo
19. Stunned Out – Paula DeAnda f./Yung Joc
20. Universal Mind Control (UMC) – Common
1. Womanizer – Britney Spears
2. If I Were A Boy – Beyonce
3. Light On – David Cook
4. Live Your Life – T.I. f./Rihanna
5. Us Against The World – Christina Milian
6. Gives You Hell – All-American Rejects
7. I Stay In Love – Mariah Carey
8. Gotta Be Somebody – Nickelback
9. Right Now (Na Na Na) – Akon
10. Spotlight – Jennifer Hudson with Young Jeezy
11. Come On Get Higher – Matt Nathanson
12. I Hate This Part – The Pussycat Dolls
13. Love Story (Pop Edit) – Taylor Swift
14. About A Girl – The Academy Is…
15. Party Of The Year – Natasha Komis
16. Can’t Stop – Dondria
17. Summertime – Brianna Taylor
18. Rock N Roll Train – AC/DC
19. Let Me Think About It – Ida Corr vs Fedde Le Grand
20. Keeps Gettin’ Better – Christina Aguilera
The Pussycat Dolls and Missy Elliott performed “Whatcha Think About That” live on Dancing with the Stars recently. Check out their live (vocals included) performance.