Miranda Cosgrove first appeared at the wicked little sister on Drake and Josh, then she was given her own show iCarly on Nickelodeon. Now, Miranda has signed with Columbia Records in order to produce her new album, iCarly iPlaylist. Miranda will have four songs on the album: "Headphones On," "Stay My Baby," "About You Now" and, the iCarly theme song, "Leave It All to Me."
I haven't heard Miss Cosgrove sing except for the theme song, which I really do like a lot. I could probably see myself buying that song on iTunes or Amazon or something of the sort. I think it's pretty cool that she's branching out from acting like many stars are doing these days.
I can't help but wonder if one of the major reasons this album is coming out is to compete with Disney. Disney has so many actors/singers: Miley Cyrus, Cast of High School Musical, Jonas Brothers … It only makes sense than Nickelodeon does the same thing. Personally, I believe that Miranda is a very good competitor with Disney. Her show is extremely successful — it's the highest-rated program on all of TV in its time slot with kids 6-11 and tweens 9-14. The girl can act.
The album also includes, A Nick Mix of "Beautiful Girls" (Sean Kingston), "I Don’t Wanna Be In Love" (Good Charlotte), "I Like That Girl" (Leon Thomas), "Girlfriend" (Lil Mama, Avril Lavigne), "Freckles" (Natasha Bedingfield), "Face In The Hall" (The Naked Brothers Band), "Let's Hear It For The Boy" (The Stunners), "Thunder"(Boys Like Girls), Dance on Sunset's theme, "Move" (Menudo), and "I'm Grown" (Tiffany Evans featuring Bow Wow).
Plus, if you buy the Deluxe Package, you will also get: Miranda's "Leave It All To Me" featuring Drake Bell Remix, "Whatever My Love" performed by Mickey Drummond (From iCarly Episode "iLike Jake"), and "Take Me Back" performed by Backhouse Mike (From iCarly Episode "iAm Your Biggest Fan")
iCarly iPlaylist is out in stores June 10th.