“Mama Do” ventures into the soulful beats of Duffy and Amy Winehouse. It tackles about a pretty common situation: What would Pixie’s mom reaction would be when they found out about her boyfriend. Wait. What would you expect from a teenage girl to sing about? It’s so lame when teenage singers tend to sing about mature issues. They’re just making themselves a lot older than they are. Although some are successful in doing that, some are not.
“Mama Do” is eclectic, fresh and very girly in a positive way. Pixie does have a big voice and an incredible high range which is evidently shown a throughout the song. Its soulful vibe and clap-along hype definitely contemplates the track. Pixie shows a lot of soul in the whole record and it really compliments her identity as a singer. Overall, “Mama Do” is a nice introduction to the public about what her music is all about and what will the expectation be for this girl. And yeah, she’s a breath of fresh air isn’t she?
Watch out for the release of Pixie Lott’s debut album later this year (September 2009 release). In the meantime, catch the single when it’s out in UK music stores.
RELEASED: June 8, 2009
1. Mama Do
2. Want You