LOL. I think she'll be rising up with promo, it's just the first week. I'm sure we're gonna get performances later on. Especially if it's going ads in March. I think they need to promote this for a long time because Cassie's being re-introduced so maybe the radio promo and TV interviews first, works for now..
I like this but I don't see it doing some major damage on charts or doing her some huge favors.
In my opinion 'Money on Love' has more potential.
Really? I see Money on Love doing better on Urban and King of hearts doing better on pop. Though I do agree, overall that it most likely will not be a huge hit. I think they're just marketing her to urban atm because it's easier/accesible for them. If she plays her cards right she could get lucky though.
Richard has written for, among other people, Cassie and if there's one artist worth ending on here it's her. After her Me & U became a huge hit in 2006 she was talked about in the same breath as Aaliyah and there was much frothing at the prospect of her second album. But the release date was pushed back and back, and only now does it look as if Cassie will release a follow-up, called either The Seductress or Electro Love (depending who you trust). What's striking about the track she posted this month, King Of Hearts, is how it involves elements of nearly everything we've talked about. It has the ravey club-banger aspect, it has the innovative yet commercial edge of early noughties R&B, and it has enough sadness in her vocal to draw in the indie crowd. Put simply, it's the best-sounding identity crisis I've heard for a while.