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Simone Battle discography
Releases
Singles 4
Music videos 1
Other charted songs 10

The discography of American recording artist Simone Battle has released ten YouTube videos, four singles and one music video.

She is most notable for competing on a FOX reality TV talent compition The X Factor created by Simon Cowell. Cowell has also noted Battle as being one of his favorite contestants that he has mentored. She is a new member of The Pussycat Dolls line along with Lauren Bennett, Natasha Slayton, Natalie Mejia and Paula Van Oppen. Battle replaced Amanda Brandche in the new line-up. In August 2012 publicity photos showed the 'new' line-up including Simone Battle replacing Branche.Battle has also recently signed to record labels Interscope and A&M Records. Her hit single "He Likes Boys" was released online on October 24, 2011. It was written by Brian Kennedy, Ester Dean, Brett James, Dante Jones[1] It was produced by Brian Kennedy[2] and Ester Dean. Upon Steve Jones' announcement that she had been eliminated from The X Factor, Battle plugged the online release of her new music video "He Likes Boys." She was the only contestant on the show to release a music prior to their elimination. The video has received both positive and negative feedback from fans. The video was shot and directed by Shane McLafferty. Battle has her own YouTube channel called simicocopop and currently writes and records music on it. Prior to recording songs on her own YouTube channel. She has released several singles and plans to release more solo singles on her new PCD album while working alongside with the girls. You can also catch Battle dancing in the background behind the scenes her Cali Swag Districthit music video Teach Me How to Dougie.

Singles

Song Year Peak Album
UK
"Rain" 2008 TBA
"Just a Boy" 2009
"Material Girl"
"He Likes Boys"[3] 2011
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Music videos

Single

Song Year Peak Album
UK
"He Likes Boys" 2011 TBA

Cameo apperance

Song Year Peak Album
US
"Teach Me How to Dougie" 2010 28 — 9 — 6 The Kickback

Youtube singles

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US NZ CAN
2008 "Like a Star" TBA
"Saving All My Love for You"
2010 "Tik Tok"
"Speechless"
"Teenage Dream"
2011 "Rolling in the Deep"
"Someone like You"
"Santa Baby"
2012 "Take Care"
"Starships"

References


External links

The Pussycat Dolls
Studio albums
Live albums
Tour albums
Extended play's
Compilation albums
Singles
Promotional singles
Concert tours
Related topics
Notable contestants of The X Factor (U.S.)
Season 1
Season 2
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