Robbie Williams – Candy [music]
Robbie Williams gives us some ear-candy with new album ‘Take The Crown’.
After signing with Universal Music in October 2011, UK Music Hall of Fame’s Greatest Artist of the 90s, Robbie Williams, arrives with his forthcoming ninth studio album entitled “Take The Crown”, which was released nationwide recently under MCA Music (Universal Music Philippines).
The album takes flight by the lead single, “Candy”, a brilliantly addictive classic pop song Robbie wrote with former Take That band mate, Gary Barlow.
“It’s a summer song about a girl who thinks she’s great. And she might be, but she’s a bit nefarious with her ways. Some songs take an age to write and some songs just fall out of your mouth completely formed, and you don’t have to think about it. I don’t know why that fell out of my mouth and out of my brain at that particular time – it just did,” explains Robbie.
“Take The Crown” also features the original demo version of Take That’s “Eight Letters”, which is entirely performed by Robbie. It is his first solo album in three years after his return to Take That in 2010.
Besides “Candy” and “Eight Letters”, Robbie also treats us to some ear candy with other promising songs included in the album like “Sh_t On the Radio”, “All That I Want”, “Hunting for You”, “Hey Wow Yeah Yeah” and “Reverse” among others.