Pixie Lott Featuring Shaggy - A Real Good Thing

August 16, 2016 Critic Jonni 0 Comments

Wasn't quite sure what music video to do today, but saw that Pixie Lott dropped this on her YouTube Channel and I just had to review it, although the music video itself isn't that great, the song is FIRE! The video is a collaborative effort between Pixie Lott and Select Model Management, and is time limited, within a month this music video will not be available. One of Pixie Lott's favourite songs which also includes Shaggy, "A Real Good Thing" music video contain the hottest couple, Pixie Lott and Oliver Cheshire, and some very hot models dancing and showing a real good vibe.

Pixie Lott is currently playing Holly Golightly in Breakfast At Tiffany's. Real name Victoria Lott, she has had a successful career so far but it has totally dropped in recent time due to her record label. She needs to make a massive comeback, she has the voice for it, just needs the promotion and the songs. Featured on the track is Shaggy, real name Orville Burrell, who hasn't been doing well in the charts lately, but he's made his fortune and he is still a high quality and profiled singer, regardless of the fact that he doesn't chart all that much no more. This song is quite good but the video doesn't follow through. It's a cover version of Sugar Minott's "Good Thing Going" which in itself is a cover of Michael Jackson's "We've Got A Good Thing Going".

There isn't a whole lot going on in this music video. Oliver Cheshire and Pixie Lott feature in this video, showcasing this feel-good summer cover song.

It doesn't really suit Pixie Lott's voice but the song is catchy. Showcasing a modelling agency, Select Model Management has selected their best models to be in this video, and although they don't have dance expertise, they're all hot and stylish and bring the feel-good vibe to the video.

Visually slow with absolutely nothing really going on, you can tell that they all are having a real good time in this video. It's probably never going to be released as a single, and so it's a short campaign that probably won't be around for much longer, yet helps to promote the models and Pixie Lott for a little bit. Relatable and fun, this could have been so much better, but it doesn't need to be.
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