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On Repeat: “Just Thought You Should Know” – Betty Who

With the arrival of Betty Who‘s third album, titled Betty, comes 90’s infused pop ballads and dance tunes meant to bring smiles and memories to all who listen. “Just Thought You Should Know” feels retro and emotional; a true standout on one of her shiniest albums to date.

Betty shed light on the song saying, “‘Just Thought You Should Know’ is one of the songs I’m the most proud of in my career. I’m really emotional (duh) and in relationships sometimes it’s impossible to share that with someone who doesn’t feel the same way about you, even if they did at one time in your lives.”

She sweetly sings, “I can still feel you, you’re everywhere, I can taste your lips, hear your voice in my head.” Poignant Whitney Houston-esque beats and simple pop chords make this song heartbreakingly magical. Following the typical pop formula, Betty’s voice takes on softer notes and swiftly works her way up to a belted chorus.

Listen for yourself here:

Also watch this gorgeous stripped down version:

Image via rollingstone.com


 

Weekly Favorites

 Ariana Grande’s new merch: Including “thank you next,” “break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored” and more! Including shot glasses, shirts, and even SOCKS.

https://shop.arianagrande.com

HER’s Grammy performance: The R&B singer slayed her first ever Grammy performance, complete with a gorgeous electric guitar and a killer sparkly jumpsuit. Watch for yourself here:

 

Ariana Grande’s interview on the Zach Sang Show: She opens up about the making of thank you next alongside her production team (who she graciously invited to the interview). The pop star also opens up about the inspiration behind “Ghostin,” “In My Head,” and more standout tracks on the album while also shedding light on why she didn’t perform at the Grammy’s.

 

The trailer for the new movie “Yesterday”: This movie focuses on a young man named Jack who gets suddenly hit by a car. When he wakes up, he realizes the world doesn’t know who The Beatles are. Jack ends up stealing their songs, playing them, and ultimately becomes a superstar. Also starring Mama Mia’s Lily James, and British actor Himesh Patel.

I can’t wait to see how The Beatles songs are re-imagined into another beautiful storyline (if you’ve never seen Across the Universe, go watch it on Netflix right now.)