New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ Bobble Head Official Website)
Bobble Head is readying the release of his debut album, Thinking Out Loud, in 2012, he's giving fans his second single, "Sometimes," which follows the number-one selling digital download "Robodic."
On Wednesday, Mi2N got a preview of the album, Bobble Head channels classic Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis sound on current hit "Sometimes," telling Mi2N:
I love the way Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis musically captured so much emotion on Janet
Jackson's "Come on Get Up". The instrumentation was cool because it was upbeat and dance but there was a lot of feeling in that song. It makes you feel good. Which is what I wanted to do with my single.
" is certainly one of the more radio-friendly tracks on the LP, that also offers grinding, aggressive production, all done by the twenty-one year old from Denver who was discovered by one of the fastest rising actors in Hollywood, Eric West.
His style of production is pure pop with a touch of dubstep ("Dirty
"), rock ("Hurts") and R&B ("Personal Bad Girl"). Possibly creating a more radio-friendly version of Patrick Stump's well-crafted album Soul Punk.
Thinking Out Loud's first buzz single "Robodic" was featured on MTV's mega-hit Jersey Shore, which helped catapult the single to the top of AmazonMP3's download chart in August.
In the lead-up to the LP's release, Bobble Head has some big TV plans, as well as the video premiere of "Sometimes
" in 2012, directed by Rhonny Tufino, premiering exclusively on US Weekly Video and Vevo.