This has been quite a spectacular couple of weeks for Australian pop divas. Melinda Jackson unleashed her stunning debut single, The Deni continued her superb run of urban pop gems and Brielle Davis released her latest pop anthem, "Take It Off". With Dannii's next smash hit only a matter of weeks away, I think it's fair to call this something of a purple patch for Australian pop music. All we need is new music from Kylie and Melissa Tkautz and I will officially be in pop heaven!
Brielle Davis is a unique figure on the Australian music scene. She was something of a child prodigy, releasing a highly acclaimed country album when she was only 12 years old. Brielle is still the youngest artist to be nominated for an Australian Golden Guitar Award. After such an audacious start, Brielle surprisingly disappeared from the music scene for the next decade until re-appearing last year with the fantastic dance track, "Serial Thriller". Brielle had returned with not only a hot new sound but also a sexy, new image. The follow up to "Serial Thriller" has been almost a year in the making but it was worth the wait. "Take It Off" is an absolute corker of a track. The standard radio edit is funky pop tune with a distinct urban flavour. I like the original version but I prefer the dance mix, which has been a big hit on the Club Chart.
Download - Take It Off (Link Removed)
Make sure to check out the video clip - the shirtless construction worker won me over! You can hear clips of all the "Take It Off" and "Serial Thriller" mixes on Brielle's charming website. If you like what you hear, be sure to purchase the single from itunes, Chaos or Sanity. I can't wait for her forthcoming album, expect to see more of Brielle here in the near future!