Friday, November 9, 2012

Marina and the Diamonds - How to be a Heartbreaker



Considering the recent breakthrough of UK popstars Ellie Goulding and Cher Lloyd in the U.S.,  it wouldn't be surprisingly to see the UK based Marina and the Diamonds follow suit.

She shares a similar brand of electro pop and has songs such as "How to be a Heartbreaker" produced by Katie Perry hitmaker Dr. Luke.

In addition, her U.S. label is pushing really hard to make it happen.  If you haven't it realized yet, most pop music achieves success through labels pushing an artist and song enough that the public succumbs to Stockholm Syndrome.

Marina's label even delayed releasing the "How to be a Heartbreaker" video because allegedly they thought she looked too ugly and needed to touch the video up.  You can judge for yourself.

But based on this video, I'd say rule number one should be don't hang out in a Roman bath house with a bunch of guys who appear more concerned with breaking each other's hearts than hers.

And rule number two should be don't court sketchy shirtless vagabonds leaning against cars because that's how to become an STD carrier.

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