Conceptual Love

"Conceptual Love"
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Bada Badoo - Conceptual Love Single Artwork
Single by Bada Badoo
Released27 September 2010
FormatDigital Download
GenreR&B, Pop
Length3:29
(UK Radio Edit)
LabelI-innovate (UK)
Songwriter(s)Baddar Chowdhry
Producer(s)George Eyo, Mel Glynn, Najero Okenabirhie

"Conceptual Love" was the debut single by singer "Bada Badoo" and was the first official single release by any featured performer from X-Factor, UK series 7 (ITV/SYCO, 2010).[1] Bada Badoo, real name Baddar Chowdhry gained notoriety for his initial stage performance on the X-Factor (UK) TV Series.[2] Bada Badoo entered the competition at the Cardiff, Wales auditions and reached the latter stages of Boot camp.[3] With a geek persona his televised performance of the Tom Jones version of ‘I Who Have Nothing’ coined a Cheryl Cole soundbyte ‘Don’t Judge a book by its cover’. The geek persona was later carried forward in to the promotion campaign for the Conceptual Love Single released by I-innovate (UK).

The original music composition for Conceptual Love was based on a song by R&B/Soul group The Wah Wah Collective called ‘Quartet Junkie’. This original recording was taken by I-innovate (UK), indie label of the Wah Wah Collective and restructured by the Greasy Geezers production unit for the Bada Badoo release.

  1. ^ "Bada Badoo Stuns X-Factor Judges". DigitalSpy, Alex Fletcher, TV Article. 13 September 2010.
  2. ^ "ITV X-Factor Bada Badoo Showcase". ITV/SYCO. 11 September 2010.
  3. ^ "Pentwyn X-Factor star "blows away" Cheryl Cole". Abby Alford, South Wales Echo. 18 September 2010.

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