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You Win - Pixie Lott - Young Foolish Happy (CD, Album)


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  1. Young Foolish Happy, an Album by Pixie Lott. Released 11 November on Mercury. Genres: Dance-Pop, Contemporary R&B, Pop.
  2. Deluxe Edition includes seven bonus tracks. Co-written by Pixie Lott herself, Young Foolish Happy was recorded in both Los Angeles and London and features guest appearances from John Legend plays piano on "You Win", Tinchy Stryder features on "Bright Lights (Good Life)" and the legend that is Stevie Wonder plays harmonica on "Stevie On The Radio"/5(70).
  3. Nov 11,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Pixie Lott - Perfect [Young Foolish Happy - Track 12] YouTube Top 10 Unbelievable Facts in Music History - Duration: deicalxipolsoressterdarkbakoheami.coinfo Recommended for you.
  4. Pixie's second album, "Young Foolish Happy", follows that same formula as "Turn It Up". She channels Adele, Duffy, Rihanna, Lady GaGa, Katy Perry, and Beyonce all in one album. It has yielded four hits so far ("All About Tonight", "What Do You Take Me For?", "Kiss The Stars", "Bright Lights (Good Life)")/5(69).
  5. Young Foolish Happy is the second studio album by English singer Pixie Lott. It was released on 11 November by Mercury Records. Lott enlisted previous collaborators Mads Hauge, Phil Thornalley, Toby Gad, Steve Kipner and Andrew Frampton to handle production for the album, in addition to new collaborators such as Tim Powell, The Matrix and Rusko.
  6. Label: Mercury - • Format: CD Album • Country: Russia • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop • Style: RnB/Swing, Europop Pixie Lott - Young Foolish Happy (, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  7. AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine Disregard the effervescent title Young Foolish Happy: Pixie Lott takes a sharp left turn away from youthfulness on her sophomore set, determined to fulfill an imagined need for a diva with the stuffy stylishness of Natasha Bedingfield and the overworked desperation of Joss Stone in her modern R&B phase.

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