Less than two years since she released her debut album Turn It Up, Pixie Lott is firmly lodged in the public’s affections. Let us count the ways… One million albums sold, a triple-platinum triumph. Two Number One singles. Weeks in the chart: 96 and ongoing. Three Brit nominations. Winner of two 2009 MTV Europe Awards. A 19-date, sold-out UK tour. One million Facebook friends. Half a million Twitter followers. And, since its debut just last month over Two million online views of the video for All About Tonight.
But more than that, it’s all about the music. Pixie was determined that her second album would not only build on the huge success of her debut, but also that she would have an even greater hand in the writing and recording process. So she’s overseen a heartfelt musical project that features contributions from Stevie Wonder and John Legend; reunites her with Phil Thornalley and Mads Hauge, her song writing partners on Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh), Boys And Girls and Cry Me Out; was recorded in various studios in London, New York and Los Angeles; and includes a collaboration kick started by celebrity blogger Perez Hilton. Daunted? Not Pixie.