Eliza Doolittle’s “Rollerblades” – iTunes’ Free Single of the Week

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Like Eliza Doolittle‘s single “Rollerblades”? Download the track for free on iTunes this week; find out why she’s featured as the hot new thing. The 22-year-old songstress performed at all major UK festivals this summer and will make her New York City live debut on February 10 at the intimate Lower East Side venue Joe’s Pub.

Purchase the full self-titled EP on iTunes

More Video and Streaming Tracks

Remixes of “Skinny Genes” and “Pack Up”

Top Rated Projects by the Giant Step Community

Every year, we measure the projects we worked on throughout the past 12 months using a meticulous ratings system based on funk levels, dancing reactivity, clicks per engagement, dollars forked over, random tallies, and the rest is sealed in confidential documents protected by the US government.

This year Sade, Erykah and John Legend with The Roots are just a few of the artists rated as one of our top ten 2010 releases. Congrats to them! And us!

11. Four Tet - There Is Love In You


10. N.E.R.D. –
Nothing



9. Eliza Doolittle - s/t


8. Mark Ronson & The Business IntlRecord Collection


7. Sia
We Are Born


6. RobynBody Talk Part 1


5. Various Artists - 16 F#cking Years of G-Stone Recordings


4. John Legend & The RootsWake Up!


3. Erykah BaduNew Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh


2. Sade -
Soldier of Love

1. Janelle MonáeThe ArchAndroid

Introducing: Eliza Doolittle

This English songstress is bringing a youthful and fresh sound to a 60′s and 70′s vibe.  The 22-year old Eliza Doolittle has been writing songs since she was 12 and co-wrote all the songs for her debut album, Eliza Doolittle, which is set to be released early next year.

Some of Doolittle’s tracks recall lost songs from the Motown era and her music bears the hallmarks of folk, ska, vintage R&B/soul, and even Big Band sounds which blend together to create her unique feel-good vibe with plenty of pop smarts.

Click over to her video for the song “Pack Up,” which really displays her vintage pop style and features a catchy chorus from the soulful Lloyd Wane.