Music Is My King Size Bed is a music blog, founded in 2007 by pop music lover, Jamie Sward. Mainly UK pop and dance music focused, Music Is My King Size Bed spans the entire musical spectrum; everything from indie rock and country to electronic, house music and R&B. Enjoy artist interviews, CD reviews, music videos and all the latest in music news.
Saturday, July 2, 2011
Hot Video Alert: Alex Gaudino feat. Kelly Rowland - What A Feeling
Kelly Rowland could very well be my favorite Destiny's Child solo star. Sure, Beyonce's great and all but Kelly Rowland is the one that I can't keep my eyes off whenever she releases a new song. While, by and large, I steer clear from her more R&B-leaning material, when she comes out with a dance hit it instantly jives with me. Her latest dance collaboration, "What A Feeling," with Italian house DJ Alex Gaudino is no exception.
Released back in April on UK dance label Ministry of Sound, "What A Feeling" has all the makings of a dance classic. Written by Gaudino, Giuseppe D'Albenzio, Emmanuel Mijares and Jenson Vaughan, the song is taken from Gaudino's second studio album, Magnificent. This up-tempo house jam is a perfect fit for Rowland's voice and she fills it out well.
While the Frank Gatson-directed/choreographed video is nothing ground breaking, it's nice to see Rowland cutting loose and dancing her ass off. Rowland starts out playing all girly and innocent, walking past a Graffiti-covered wall, on the way to an audition (?) or performance of some kind. As soon as Rowland hits the stage, she and her talented troupe of background dancers get crazy on the stage. This choreography doesn't seem too easy either so the fact that Rowland is holding her own is pretty impressive.
Download "What A Feeling" on U.S. iTunes HERE, featuring hot remixes from Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Henry John Morgan, Promise Land, Alex Guesta, Sergio D'Angelo, Simioli & Black and Simon de Jano.
Hi! My name is Jamie. Originally from the Northern Chicago suburbs, I now reside in New York City. During the day I work for a online marketing/advertising startup in Manhattan. At night and on the weekends, I blog over at Music Is My King Size Bed.