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  1. @Nicki Minaj @Mr. Mendes @cocoCHANEL. @Breathin @Sempiternal @hammer @Tattooed Heart @Britney Spears @Variana @kordei @Irvine @MyWildestDreams @MELODRAMA @jungwoo @kordei @kipperskipper @Pabllo Vittar @Caramela @beysus @Black Excellence ? @Sweetener @messiah @Dár @Alex @ACT2 @Scorpion @Paris Hilton @no angel Just reposting Adam's message from the Discord for convenience
  2. Ulala interviewed on 95.8 Capital FM Wednesday, December 19, 2018 | 416 words | Photo courtesy of Primrose Records Pop princess and former Michael Jackson protégé Ulala has made a paid appearance today on London radio station 95.8 Capital FM in the United Kingdom, in promotion of her debut all-star collaboration single "I.F.O. / Runaway", which was released on Friday, December 14th. This is her second interview in the country, following an interview at BBC Radio 1 just the other day. Topic-related highlights of the interview can be read below this paragraph. ————— On staying in the U.K. "I love it here in London. I like the architecture. I've been getting some writing and recording done here lately, which is always fun. I've recently been putting vocals together for a project with a bunch of other artists, like Demi Lovato and Cardi B. It's a really huge thing and I'm excited for it to start coming out. I don't know when that will be officially put out yet. Before the end of the year, hopefully. After my layers on the song are finished, I'm flying back out to the United States tonight to complete more promo for the single like with this interview." On "I.F.O. / Runaway" "I think it's just a fun song that a lot of people can relate to. If you've ever run away from a place or scenery you didn't like, only to find the same disappointment in the next town over, then it's like that. I also think it's a really good song to dance or exercise to, with a quick bassline and interesting changes of pace. It was really cool, getting to work with everyone that's featured on the track. Nicki in particular is someone that I've always wanted to work with, and I never knew that getting a feature verse out of her was just as easy as sending a private message on Twitter, without even having any music out in advance." On her debut album "It's coming. It's not finished yet, but I'm working on it, and the main body of the album will have 10 tracks. There are a variety of genres on the record, from pop rock to J-pop to eurodance. I wanted to make a record that represented me and my aesthetic. It will probably be released everywhere at some point in the second quarter of 2019. There's a lot of fun to be had first before I drop the album." Song Intro "Hi, this is Ulala, and you're listening to my new single 'I.F.O. / Runaway' featuring Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj and Calvin Harris." ————— Formal Girl by Mars Argo and "I.F.O. / Runaway" by Ulala are now available for purchase on all major music vendors. Other projects are coming soon.
  3. Poppy is already signed to Clock Tower Records.
  4. "I.F.O. / Runaway" officially impacts pop radio Tuesday, December 18, 2018 | 188 words | Screenshots via AllAccess.com The rising hit single "I.F.O. / Runaway" by Ulala featuring Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj and Calvin Harris, has been officially sent to pop radio for impact today. The song had a radio debut on BBC Radio 1 yesterday following Ulala's interview on the station, and now the song is available on most other radio stations that would suit the song. In addition to a radio deal with Mediabase, Ulala has been assigned a banner on the All Access website, an appearance at the top of the page that was previously occupied by indie artist Kitty last week. The banner's intent is to enhance spins and radio ads by directly promoting the track to radio panelists and listeners alike, with colorful imagery and a small list of famous companies that have or will be promoting the song in digital media. The photo used for the banner is the same one from Ulala's iTunes banner, but this time with some slight color alterations to make her rubbery costume appear a bit more more orange than pink, complimenting the colors of the iTunes logo further to the left of the image. ————— Formal Girl by Mars Argo and "I.F.O. / Runaway" by Ulala are now available for purchase on all major music vendors. Other projects are coming soon.
  5. Ulala covers Britney Spears at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge Monday, December 17, 2018 | 454 words | Photo courtesy of Primrose Records Following a debut radio interview at BBC Radio 1 earlier today by Ulala, the station's official YouTube channel has been updated with the inclusion of a stripped Live Lounge two-song-performance from the singer. For the video, Ulala chose to sing a select portion of her new single's first section, simply billed for the video as "...Runaway", as well as deliver a cover of a classic 2001 hit "I'm a Slave 4 U" by fellow pop icon Britney Spears. A general summary of the set can be read below this paragraph. ————— For the performance, Ulala chose to wear a colored version of her main trademark costume from press shots and the single artwork, including orange gloves, an orange top, an orange skirt and chunky orange ankle boots, the items made from a shiny rubbery material and lined with white fabric. She is also equipped with a dark blue headset and jetpack, as well as a bright cyan holster around her right thigh to hold her futuristic space gun, presumably empty, as she plays the xylophone. She was joined by male lead vocalist, guitarist, etc. Member 5 of Mars Argo for the set, who wore an all-black ensemble with a spandex mask, sat beside her with an acoustic guitar. The "...Runaway" performance begins on an upbeat guitar and xylophone melody in the rhythm of the "Why don't we" sections of the song, before heading straight into the first verse, which Ulala sings passionately. After the first chorus, Member 5 joins in on backing vocals, assisting in the parts that would usually be sung by a group, such as the "Let's go" parts. As for general structure changes, Ulala omits the second verse-chorus section that would have been sung by Aaliyah, and rather sings Jennie's part instead, to slim down the song length. Choruses are also shortened slightly to minimize potential repetition. As this is the first section of the single only, the "Wipeout" parts and Nicki verse were not used or substituted. For the "I'm a Slave 4 U" cover, the performance method is generally the same as that of "...Runaway", but Ulala has traded out her xylophone for a simple stomping and clapping routine. Member 5's involvement is changed up slightly, to alternate between quick guitar strumming and hits against the side of the guitar, according to the melody of the song. For the rendition, Ulala takes the opportunity to shine a great focus on her vocal capabilities, bringing a fresh and soulful voice to the song's lyrics. Due to the nature of the rendition, all of the "Get it, get it" parts were skipped, and Ulala hummed a melody over the instrumental break that occurs about a minute into the original version by Spears. ————— Formal Girl by Mars Argo and "I.F.O. / Runaway" by Ulala are now available for purchase on all major music vendors. Other projects are coming soon.
  6. Ulala interviewed on BBC Radio 1 Monday, December 17, 2018 | 448 words | Photo courtesy of Primrose Records Today, pop diva Ulala has appeared for an official debut interview on BBC Radio 1 with Nick Grimshaw, in promotion of her new all-star collaboration single "I.F.O. / Runaway", released worldwide a couple of days ago on Friday. This interview also sees the proper radio debut of the single, which will be officially submitted to pop radio stations around the world tomorrow morning. Topic-related highlights of the interview can be read below this paragraph. ————— On if she's an android or a real human person "I love robotics. I wrote a new song recently, titled 'Femmebot'. It's a song about my security bot Evila. I created it with a producer called Sophie." On "I.F.O. / Runaway" "It's a really fun song. I wanted to convey the idea of running away from yourself. I wanted to convey the idea of a change of scenery not making you a happier person. I wrote the song with a band called Mars Argo, and had a large variety of artists in mind to feature on the track. The end product features the likes of artists such as: Aaliyah Haughton, Jennie Kim, Onika Maraj, and Adam Wiles!" On Asian pop reaching the forefront "I think it's wonderful. I just hope that the change is permanent and the general public won't get sick of our presence in American media. My album will contain a series of fun dance tracks that everybody can listen to and feel a connection to, and dance to. My music celebrates peace, love and equality among all forms of life, whether you're human, android or a space alien that uses laser beams to force people into submission. One of my favorite songs on the record is titled 'Groove Is in the Heart', and it's a groovy pop song that's perfect for house parties and other events." On writing with Mars Argo "We produced a good number of pop tracks in the past couple of months and some of them will be on the record, and some will be on their record. They're creative hard-working people, and they're releasing a new album called Linden Place next year." On the Twitter drama with ShadyMusicFacts "I think Madonna should find better things to do than yell at a news account on Twitter. I think it was dumb of Demi Lovato to get mad about Zayn liking a tweet. I think everyone should unite together to spread peace and love, and collectively find the time to buy or stream my new single titled 'I.F.O. / Runaway' on their preferred streaming service or music vendor." Song Intro "Hi, my name is Ulala, child of the Sun, and you're listening to my new single 'I.F.O. / Runaway'." ————— Formal Girl by Mars Argo and "I.F.O. / Runaway" by Ulala are now available for purchase on all major music vendors. Other projects are coming soon.
  7. "I.F.O. / Runaway" items released online + Twitter drama Sunday, December 16, 2018 | 300 words | Screenshot via store.ulala.com Groovy! Pop diva Ulala has unveiled a limited time small selection of physical items in relation to her new single "I.F.O. / Runaway" with Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj and Calvin Harris. This exclusive range includes 1 apparel item, 1 decor item and 2 music items. Fans and general listeners alike will find interest in the merchandise available at her online webstore, where they can purchase a comfy purple bomber jacket, a CD single, a cassette tape and even an autographed poster of the cover artwork at a marvelous low price. All of these items are bundled together with digital downloads of the single and its two shortened edit B-sides. The items are only slated to be available for a limited time only, with a removal date likely taking place during the next single cycle or when an pre-order campaign begins for the artist's potential debut studio album. Ulala was notably involved in Twitter drama earlier today when a handful of local singers such as Madonna and Shawn Mendes fought with infamous user ShadyMusicFacts, opting to promote her new single in a response tweet when Demi Lovato called out Zayn for liking a tweet against her. ShadyMusicFacts continued to make a positive tweet about Ulala's Spotify pre-save campaign later in the day, which she liked and retweeted. This isn't the first time she's gotten into hot water over Twitter, retweeting a post from Wendy Williams about Shawn Mendes' negative influence on children just a couple of days ago. Whether or not she's fed up with the Canadian singer is up to debate, although it can be said that her labelmate and label CEO Mars Argo seemingly is or was good friends with Mendes, appearing in a photo with him at the opening night of a tour he headlined earlier this year. ————— Formal Girl by Mars Argo and "I.F.O. / Runaway" by Ulala are now available for purchase on all major music vendors. Other projects are coming soon.
  8. Official "I.F.O. / Runaway" iTunes Banners Friday, December 14, 2018 | 110 words (No word minimum) | Photos via the iTunes Store Official banners for the new single "I.F.O. / Runaway" by Ulala featuring Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj and Calvin Harris, have been revealed worldwide on digital iTunes stores, in promotion of the song. The main banner is dark purple with a full-color photo of Ulala posing in a pink ensemble with text reading the artist names and song title, while the secondary small banner for further down in the page is simply the single artwork. Clicking on either of these banners will lead directly to the song's official page on the service, where it may be purchased or streamed accordingly. The banners will be active until the date of December 21st, 2018. ————— Formal Girl by Mars Argo and "I.F.O. / Runaway" by Ulala are now available for purchase on all major music vendors. Other projects are coming soon.
  9. PREMIERE: Ulala — "I.F.O. / Runaway" feat. Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj, Calvin Harris Friday, December 14, 2018 | 217 words (official single release) | Cover photo by Fuse Song listing: Ulala — "I.F.O. / Runaway (feat. Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj, Calvin Harris)" Release date: December 14th, 2018 Release type: Official debut single Genres: Pop, house, dance Song length: 07:21 (main version); 04:40 (shortened edit 1); 02:55 (shortened edit 2) Written by: Ulala, Brittany Sheets, Member 5, Aaliyah Haughton, Jennie Kim, Onika Maraj, Adam Wiles Produced by: Member 5 (exec. and prod.), Calvin Harris Copyright © 2018-2019 Primrose Records, a division of Warner Music Group. ————— Ulala has released her debut single "I.F.O. / Runaway" on all digital platforms tonight on Friday, December 14, 2018. The song is a seven-minute house-infused dance track with co-writing credits attributed to Brittany Sheets and Member 5 of Mars Argo fame, and features given to big artists Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj and Calvin Harris. Writing for the track began as two separate songs, "I.F.O." and "Runaway" obviously, but they were fused together for their thematic and musical similarities. Individual shortened versions of each of the two segments were included as B-sides on a digital EP of the single released immediately for stream and purchase worldwide. The song explores a concept about unhappily moving from town to town for a fresh start, when it's really yourself you're trying to run away from, as well as an additional astronomical theme about possible alien life on Earth and wanting to escape to another planet. Minaj's verse connects this theme with lyrics about being yourself, including a story point that the group is escaping to Pinkslam, a fictional planet she created years ago for the Pink Friday album cycle. In the verse, Nicki is welcoming the main trio of singers to the planet as it's ruler, after they have escaped human civilization and been taken to a place where abnormality is embraced. ————— Digital EP Tracklisting 1. "I.F.O. / Runaway" (feat. Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj, Calvin Harris) [07:21] 2. "Runaway" (Shortened Edit — feat. Aaliyah, Jennie, Calvin Harris) [04:40] 3. "I.F.O." (Shortened Edit — feat. Nicki Minaj, Calvin Harris) [02:55] ————— Audio 1. https://picosong.com/wgYdm/ 2. https://picosong.com/wgYGc/ 3. https://picosong.com/wgYGJ/ Main Version Lyrics ————— Audio Video Thumbnail | Title: "Ulala - I.F.O. / Runaway (feat. Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj, Calvin Harris) [Audio]" ————— Formal Girl by Mars Argo and "I.F.O. / Runaway" by Ulala are now available for purchase on all major music vendors. Other projects are coming soon. Licensed songs used: "Runaway" and "I.F.O." by Deee-Lite Mention for video comments: @Mr. Mendes
  10. She liked this tweet earlier: Her last music release was the "Using You" single back in 2014 and music video at the beginning of 2015. She's also set to have her major acting debut in 2 films next year.
  11. Alex

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  12. PRE-SAVE: Ulala — "I.F.O. / Runaway" feat. Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj, Calvin Harris Friday, December 7, 2018 | Official single announcement + Spotify pre-save | Cover photo by Fuse Song listing: Ulala — "I.F.O. / Runaway (feat. Aaliyah, Jennie, Nicki Minaj, Calvin Harris)" Release date: December 14th, 2018 (actual release); December 7th, 2018 (pre-save only) Release type: Official debut lead single Song length: 07:21 Genres: Pop, house, dance Written by: Ulala, Brittany Sheets, Member 5, Aaliyah Haughton, Jennie Kim, Onika Maraj, Adam Wiles Produced by: Member 5 (exec. and prod.), Calvin Harris Copyright © 2018-2019 Primrose Records, a division of Warner Music Group. ————— After almost a week since the cryptic 'UAJNC' banner ads spread across various locations in North America and England, the source has finally been revealed! In a surprising turn of events, new Primrose Records recruit Ulala is quickly making a splash onto the music scene with an all-star collaboration titled "I.F.O. / Runaway". The song was co-written by Brittany Sheets and Member 5 of the label's original signing Mars Argo, and features the big names of R&B songstress Aaliyah, K-pop sensation Jennie, Queen of Rap Nicki Minaj and producer Calvin Harris. This information is sourced from streaming service Spotify, who unveiled the song's existence at midnight for a pre-save listing. By pre-saving, people will be able to immediately stream the track as soon as it comes out worldwide on December 14th. In this particular instance, pre-saving will also grant exclusive access to a thirty-second snippet of the initial chorus, not yet available anywhere else online, as a gift to original fans. Ulala will be promoting the song with an iTunes banner deal upon release, Spotify banner deals two weeks later, and various other bookings throughout the month. ————— ▶ Official Spotify Teaser (0:30) https://picosong.com/wjaCW/ ————— Formal Girl by Mars Argo is now available for purchase on all major music vendors. Other projects are coming soon.
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