The pop culture website, Popbytes recently did a feature on the new Mel C & Matt Cardle video for “Loving You.” Popbytes definitely loves the track and video, proclaiming “Anything Melanie C (aka Sporty Spice) does, I’m right there eating it up, and her brand-new duet, “Loving You,” with UK X Factor winner (2010) Matt Cardle is certainly no exception.” Check out the feature here and video below.
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Today, on Fresh New Tracks they posted up the steamy video clip for Matt Cardle & Melanie C’s “Loving You.” With it recently hitting the US, we along with Fresh New Tracks agree this track is going to big in the fall. The real question is when are Matt & Melanie going to start dating? Check out the video and read FNT’s original article here.
Matt Cardle first took the UK by storm in 2010 when he was crowned the winning contestant on Simon Cowell’s vocal competition show “X Factor.” One of a very elite group of male solo artists with a platinum-selling debut album, Cardle has sold over two million singles and albums combined, and has completed four sell-out UK tours in the past two years.
Melanie C, better known as Sporty Spice to many, lends her gorgeous vocals to this very sexy duet. No stranger to collaboration, Melanie has been a feature artist on tracks with top artists such as Emma Bunton, TLC’s Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, and Bryan Adams. For Matt Cardle’s song “Loving You,” Matt saw Melanie as a perfect musical partner.
“I met Melanie at the Isle of Wight Festival last year,” says Cardle. “I’m a big fan and I’ve always loved her voice. I had already started writing ‘Loving You,’ and I thought with a few changes it could work perfectly as a duet. I’m really thrilled with the song and I can’t wait for people to hear it.”
Once a top charter in the 70s, Minnie Ripperton’s “Loving You” was invigorated with life in the 00s by electronic duo Marc Et Claude. Marc Et Claude’s reconstruct the song to become a floor shaker with thumping bass and it’s airy vocals. The song’s signature high pitch screech lays as the checkpoint as the song delves into a deeper trance. Take that, lounge lizards (looking at you Wayne Newton).