MKTO Premieres Highly-Anticipated Debut Single 'Thank You' [Download Free MP3]
After months of eager anticipation, rapidly-rising pop duo MKTO finally unleashed their debut single "Thank You" to fans via Twitter today. And it sure has been worth the wait. "Thank You" is a massively catchy, radio-savvy pop stomper that is quite frankly too irresistible to be denied. It's a bonafide earworm that you'll be able to singalong to the moment it hits and will have colored you world brighter as soon as it concludes.
Filled with heaps of positive energy and a healthy dose of confidence, "Thank You" is the ultimate feel-good anthem for the "no job out of schoolers, the future cougars, the ones that choose to be losers" and anybody else that has been put down by nay-sayers and came out stronger as a result of it. "Don't tell us how to live our lives," the group sings. "This world is too damn jaded. We'll be fine. Thank you for nothing because there's nothing left to lose."
Frequent readers of ArjanWrites.com may remember that I first introduced to the MKTO back in the spring. MKTO is the duo singer/songwriter Tony Oller and rapper/lyricist Malcolm David Kelley teamed up with master hitmakers Evan "Kidd" Bogart and Emanuel Kiriakou on tracks for their forthcoming debut effort, including this potent new "Thank You."
Both Tony and Malcolm may not be completely new to pop culture aficionados among you. Besides being an accomplishing vocalist, Tony is also a gifted actor who made his small screen debut at age 15 when he was featured in a comedy short program on the Disney Channel. He later also appeared in shows on Lifetime and Nickelodeon, and more recently he starred in the feature film, Beneath The Darkness, alongside Dennis Quaid. Malcolm started his career in acting as well. You may remember him as Walt LLoyd, a recurring character on several seasons of the ABC hit show Lost. He also guested on shows like Saving Grace, Law & Order and My Name Is Earl.
Signed to Columbia Records earlier this year, Tony and Malcolm are gearing up for a whole lot more musical goodness that should be unveiled very soon. In the meantime, make sure to follow them on Twitter and download a free MP3 of "Thank You" right here.
October 18, 2012 | Permalink