Anjulie - Brand New Bitch

February 27, 2012 Critic Jonni 0 Comments

Anjulie is a Canadian recording artist, and I've only just heard of her. Her name is the stage name of Anjulie Persaud, and I was quite surprised it's her actual name. I don't know how many times she has attempted to become an international star, this video (along with "Boom"), has been in the UK and Europe for a while but she has yet to hit the charts, but this type of music is in at the moment, so she has a big chance at this current time of year. Her writing credits are surprising, since she has worked with quite a few people, I'd like to say watch out for this girl, but I'm questioning whether she'll be popular here. At the end of the day she needs to be promoting her singles, or they'll get nowhere.

This song "Brand New Bitch" is not played on the music channels, instead it's the clean version "Brand New Chick", that rhymes so much better, however I couldn't find the clean version on YouTube, so we'll have to deal with this one. It sounds a lot like David Guetta Featuring Nicki Minaj's "Turn Me On", and if anyone decided to mix them together, I could see them fitting nicely.

The music video is also pretty similar to "Turn Me On", with the table that she's on and the use of the doll with it's head off. It's quite interesting how they match up. Personally I don't see much connection to this song, although the dancing is a bit raunchy which links in with the raunchy song, but that's really it, and the bit in the bridge, presuming he's the guy who left.

I really don't have a lot to say about this music video, it's below average, there could have been a perfect narrative, but whether budget made it not so good... I don't know. I have to admit I think she resembles Anjli Mohindra, and I really thought it was her when I saw it this morning, don't you agree?

This music video could have been good, but it's lacking an easy-to-follow storyline, whether that's to do with the budget, or the editing, or the camera shots... I don't know. The song is definitely the sort of song that's making the charts at the moment, and due to not promoting the song here in the UK, she failed to make the chart. If there was promoting going on she would have gained high charting position.