Sinitta to relaunch pop career at London’s Pride
80’s pop idol will release first single in two decades
80’s pop princess Sinitta is planning to relaunch her pop career at London Pride.
The star, who notched up nine UK top 40 hits in the late 80s including ‘So Matcho’ and ‘Toy Boy’, will perform her new single to tens of thousands of revellers from the Out In The City & G3 Magazine float at London Pride on 28 June.
The single, ‘So Many Men, So little Time’, is a re-release of her mother Miquel Brown’s high tempo disco track which hit number 2 in the UK club chart in 1982.
The single will be available to download from iTunes.
In an interview with Out In The City magazine this week, Sinitta told of her excitement at releasing the single as well as her plans for recording a new album.
‘It was long overdue to get back in the studio. So Many Men’ just seemed like the perfect choice, it is a kind of song to break the ice and I’m looking forward to singing it for the first time at London Pride.
I’m also working on an album of new material and now that i’m back the creative juices are flowing.’
Out In the City magazine editor, David Hudson, said:
“Gay audiences love Sinitta. ‘So Matcho’ and ‘Toy Boy’ are huge gay anthems and the new single has the potential to be the same.
‘Launching her new single at Pride is a big statement from Sinitta who will be hoping to appeal to old and a new generation of fans who will best know her from the X Factor.
‘We’re thrilled that she is performing on the Out In The City & G3 magazine float’.