From: Muso's Guide and Magazine
JC Chasez â€“ Some Girls (Dance With Women)/Blowinâ€™ Me Up (With Her Love)
Apart from the copious amount of obese American teenage girls, there wasnâ€™t really much interest in NSync until Justin started to bone, sorry abstain from boning Britney Spears. Yet for some reason no-one seemed to act that surprised when Justin Timberlake released an album that wasnâ€™t only good, it was bloody good.
NSync are something of an enigma. Justin was the one that everybody fancied, yet unlike Mark Owen, and Brian Harvey he could actually forge a decent solo career. Then, without any warning it appears that there were at least two talented members in the oft internationally overlooked band, and he didnâ€™t even have to put up with Britney Spearsâ€™ â€œpity me for being famous and successfulâ€ whinging.
To constantly compare Justin and JC is as inevitable as it is pointless. To say that JC sounds like Justin as if Justin created a sub-genre all on his own is not only a thoughtless comment, but also ignores that fact that Usher has been doing this brand of R&B laced ego pop for years.
With smooth unmistakably urban beats smothered in a dense blanket of pop melody and harmony, JC is the end product, the pinnacle of this 'pretty white boys hanging with the Neptunes' type pop. With a solo career starting with providing vocals for Basement Jaxxâ€™s Plug It In and then releasing this double A-side of two equally strong and sexy songs, JC has undoubtedly had an excellent start. If he can carry this on in Justinâ€™s absence, heâ€™ll be groping Kylieâ€™s pert little arse before collecting a Brit award in no time.
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