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Sky Ferreira

Precocious synth pop singer/songwriter Sky Ferreira had built up a huge online following, worked with Britney Spears' producers, and become friends with Michael Jackson, all before the age of 15. Born in Los Angeles in 1992, Ferreira counted the King of Pop among her childhood friends, thanks to his 25-year working relationship with her hairstylist mother. She began playing Elton John songs on the piano at nine years old, before discovering her voice while singing in her local gospel choir, prompting her to take opera lessons to improve her vocal talents. After attracting the attention of Swedish producers Bloodshy and Avant via a song posted on MySpace that she describes as a "dramatic 15-year-old's version of 'Careless Whisper' in outer space," she worked with the duo behind her idol Spears' "Toxic," which eventually led to a deal with Parlophone Records in 2009. While recording her debut album with producers Greg Kurstin, Dallas Austin, and Paul Epworth, she also appeared in Matthew Porterfield's indie drama Putty Hill and Uffie's "Pop the Glock" music video, and provided vocals on the Shoes' remix of the Virgins' "Teen Lover." Her first singles, "One" in the U.K. and "Obsession," later used on the soundtrack to The Vampire Diaries in the U.S., were released in 2010. A year later she released the EP As If!, and in 2012 Ferreira returned with another EP, the five-song Ghost. ~ Jon O'Brien
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Sky Ferreira

  1.   Song
  2.   Everything Is Embarrassing
  3.   You're Not the One
  4.   Red Lips
  5.   Sad Dream
  6.   17
  7.   Lost In My Bedroom
  8.   Ghost
  9.   Obsession
  10.   Kristine
  11.   Ain't Your Right
  12.   I Will
  13.   I Blame Myself
  14.   24 Hours
  15.   Heavy Metal Heart
  16.   Boys
  17.   Night Time, My Time
  18.   Love in Stereo
  19.   Omanko
  20.   Nobody Asked Me (If I Was Okay)
  21.   One
  22.   Sex Rules

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