When the band you're not allowed to admit to liking, Girls Aloud, went on hiatus many within the music industry focused on the plights of Cheryl Cole and Nadine Coyle. The other three (can you name them?) were seemingly forgotten about.
In a world however that supports underdogs a growing buzz emerged when it came to light that Team Ginge, a.k.a Nicola Roberts, would be releasing solo material until the band reformed.
Taking inspiration from eccentric singer-songwriters M.I.A and Robyn, Nicola emerged with a debut track produced by recent Beyonce collaborators Major Lazer.
The result was a part rapped burst of energy that leads to a chorus of an L.O.V.E chant and a request by Nicola to "dance to the beat of my drum."
It is the production on the track that flourishes as the absurdity of it all causes you to forget that this ditty has come from the shy and often described depressive one that Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles decided to belittle on his morning breakfast show.
Avoid her at your own peril!