James Gilmore loves Olivia Holt. If you understand that, you probably don't need to read this article.
When a new pop song comes about, sometimes it can be hard to fight that irresistible urge to just not stop talking about it.
That’s the challenge James Gilmore faced once he’d heard Olivia Holt’s latest single, ‘Generous’.
The singer-songwriter-actress-who-can-probably-also-dance released her debut EP last year – the pretty much self-titled ‘Olivia’ – which spawned hit singles such as ‘Phoenix’ and ‘History’, a track which James believes may just be a modern classic.
Proof that he absolutely loves this new pop song? Just 18 hours after the song was released, he did a segment on-air charting Olivia Holt’s journey and music so far and raving about how great the new music is.
That’s a pretty solid sign, guys.
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