In the year that marks the 20th anniversary since the Spicegirls scooped their first No1 with ‘Wannabe’, Sugababes’, Amelle Berrabah, shows that girl-power is stronger than ever as she releases a controversial duet with Norwegian singer/sonwriter, K-Syran.
‘Testify’ is released on 6 May and delves into the growing trend of how girls are turning to their best female friends for physical love when their husbands or boyfriends are no longer able to meet their needs.
Label mates on Metropolis’ M:89 Records, K-Syran and Amelle met after the Sugababe heard the demo to K-Syran’s controversial track.
She felt that it hit a personal nerve with her as she had just split with her husband following their whirlwind romance.
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Aldershot was included as part of the Hundred of Crondall referred to in the Domesday Book of 1086.
John Norden's map of Hampshire, published in the 1607 edition of William Camden's Britannia, indicates that Aldershot was a market town. The area was a vast stretch of common land, a lonely wasteland unsuitable for most forms of agriculture with scant population.
As it existed at the time of the Domesday Survey in 1086, the extensive settlement of Crondall in the north-east corner of Hampshire was certainly Scandinavian, for among the customs of that great manor, which included Crondall, Yateley, Farnborough, and Aldershot, that of sole inheritance by the eldest daughter in default of sons prevailed, as over a large part of Cumberland, and this is a peculiarly Norse custom.
Amelle was searching for a new single and she felt the message of this track grabbed her from the start. Every woman will find it touches her differently.”Written and co-performed by Norwegian singer/songwriter K-Syran, who also boasts x3 Top Ten UK dance hits of her own, as well as being the anthem for this year’s International Women’s Day, ‘Testify’ is an inspiring, energetic dance vibe, weaving the divine vocals of Amelle and K-Syran amongst the tempting melodies and anthemic beats..
K-Syran is an established singer/songwriter/playwrite and actress from Norway who has recently enjoyed x3 Top Ten UK dance hits and who’s track ‘Intimacy’ has been chosen as the anthem for this year’s United Nations International Women’s Day on 8 March.