Shontelle spoke with MuuMuse about her plans in wake of her label Motown Records folding. “Now I’m on Republic. It’s a brand new label, brand new situation, which is probably going to mean a brand new album,” the Barbadian artist revealed. “Actually, we just decided which single is going to be next… My new single–look out for it, it’s called ‘Reflection’. It’s coming out soon.”
Shontelle is out with the music video to her new single ‘Say Hello To Goodbye’, off the Barbadian R&B singer’s second album ‘No Gravity’, out now on SRC. Watch the Armen Djerrahian directed video via Vevo below.
Sugarscape interviewed Shontelle the other day, where the singer talked about how as a former drill sargaent she’d like to drill Lindsay Lohan into shape, wanting to be a sandwich in between Aston Merrygold and Marvin Humes of JLS, finding nothing impossible, food being the last thing she dreamed about, if Rihanna or Beyonce would be a better shot putter, how she and Jason Derulo got really sick on the tour but he gutted it out in London for the fans.
“I’m a real foodie, and I have dreams about food,” Shontelle revealed. “When I have a really good meal, I literally dream about it. It’s really bad. I recently had this really good Italian, and I dreamt about it, it was ridiculous. That’s the last dream I can remember, food. I know I don’t look like it, but food, you don’t understand.”
Watch the interview via YouTube below.
Shontelle celebrated the New Year on January 3rd posting the following message to fans on her Tumblr:
Pray everyday that I can continue on this journey with you. You are the reason I can fly high. You give me life! We’ve made it through a 2010 of ups and downs (more downs than it felt like we could handle) but here we are in 2011 and still going strong. Let us not allow these things to make us forget all the wonderful times we had and the beautiful things we’ve seen. Let us remember that even in the worst of times, even when it seems we have nothing left… we have each other. You have me… Sometimes it’s ok to burn up in ashes and let there be a rebirth… a renewal… rise up like a Pheonix and fly! Bigger, better, stronger… more beautiful… I’ve done a lot of reflecting on this past year and after riding this rollercoaster I’m ready to build my own amusement park. Looking forward to seeing you inside!
Love always, Shontelle
Happy New Year
Shontelle is out with the music video to her new single ‘Perfect Nightmare’, off the Barbadian R&B singer’s second studio album ‘No Gravity’, out now on SRC Records. Watch the Colin Tilley directed video via Vevo below.
Shontelle visited Tim Westwood on his 1Xtra show with her new track ‘Impossible’ and drops an acappella. The singer also revealed her tramp stamp and said she has a preference for tall men with a sense of humor. Wiley served as the show’s special co-host. Watch the interview via YouTube below.
Shontelle is out with the video to her new single ‘Impossible’, the lead release from the Barbadian R&B singer’s second studio album ‘No Gravity’, out soon on Universal. Watch it via YouTube below the cut. (more…)
BuckHeadShow sat down with Shontelle the other day. The singer talked about growing up in Barbados, almost having a law degree before she sigend a record deal, how her parents never forced her to do anything, getting her singing start as soon as she entered the world according to mom, being attracted to taller guys, liking guys who dress like they care how they look, and more.
“I like a tall, healthy guy that takes care of himself, but I love a sense of humor, and if you can talk to me about politics, that’s pretty cool,” she explained about an ideal mate. “I like it balanced. If you’re smart, tall, sexy, handsome. Race doesn’t mean anything to me. I don’t think any culture or race is sexier than the other.”
Watch the interview via YouTube below.
News of the World spoke with Rihanna’s childhood friend and ‘T-Shirt’ singer Shontelle about the fellow Barbados star’s recovery following the allegedly assault by Chris Brown on Grammy eve. “Rihanna’s doing alright now,” Shontelle told Dan Wootton. “She’s pulling through. I was horrified, but it happened and we’re there for her.”
Shontelle talked with Billboard about how her “tough” military background in Barbados that helped her make it into the spotlight, having her song ‘T-Shirt’ make it on the Obama album, and the random set of events that led to her getting signed on a brief trip to New York City.
The interview at YouTube has since been removed.