- 1. Baby Blue - Bump (Radio Edit) 3.18 3227 plays
- 2. Baby Blue - Bump (Main) 4.01 3301 plays
- 3. Baby Blue - Bump (Diztortion Remix) 3.32 976 plays
- 4. Baby Blue - Bump (TS7 Remix) 4.28 20131 plays
- 5. Baby Blue - Bump (Chartstalker Remix) 3.43 891 plays
- 6. Baby Blue - Bump (Seamus Haji Radio Mix) 2.45 742 plays
- 7. Baby Blue - Bump (Seamus Haji Remix) 5.46 1272 plays
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Hugely talented rapper/singer Baby Blue is back with a brand new banger -
“Bump”. Following on from the massive success of “Magnetic Eyes” - her
recent chart smash with Matrix & Futurebound - “Bump” is Blue’s
breakthrough solo single.
The track is a fusion of emotive rap lyrics with a hugely catchy hook that
showcases Baby Blue’s impressive singing voice. Swedish super producers
Quiz & Larossi, who already have six UK number 1s under their belt, bring
their immense skills to bear on the single.
“Bump” was co-written with top songwriter Ina Wroldsen who has scored hit
after hit with some of the best-known names in pop such as Leona Lewis,
One Direction, Pixie Lott, Britney Spears, The Saturdays and Tinchy Stryder.
She also wrote James Arthur’s chart topper “Impossible”.
“Bump” debuted on Charlie Sloth’s show on 1Xtra to a big audience reaction
and much excitement from Charlie himself who said wants to make it his
Record of The Week – watch this space! Spot plays have also come from
1Xtra’s DJ Target and Choice FM’s Firin Squad.
The remix bundle features some of the hottest talent around including
Dubstep star Koven as well as Diztortion who’s been getting a lot of attention
for his work on Stylo G’s “Soundbwoy” and Lethal Bizzle’s “They Got It
Wrong” featuring Wiley.
Blue’s recent street release “Soap Box” received solid support from 1Xtra
(Charlie Sloth’s ROTW plus spot plays from Target, Viz and Nick Bright),
Choice FM (Woody, Manny Norte, Firin Squad, Ras Kwame) and Rinse FM.
Radio 1’s Huw Stephens was also a fan.
In the official video for “Bump” Blue looks every inch the superstar, poised to
take her rightful place as the UK’s first lady of rap.