Koko Pop returned to Channel Four screens March 17th with the 4th series of this popular Saturday morning pop show.
Koko Pop returned with X Factor star Marcus Collins with his cover of the White Stripes single ‘Seven Nation Army’, Stooshe performed ‘Love Me’ her UK top five single and Alexandra Burke returned to Koko Pop for the second time with an interview and to perform her hit ‘Elephant’, plus exclusive behind the scenes of JLS on their 4D arena tour.
Angel and UK superstar Wretch 32, performed new single ‘Go In, Go Hard’. Cher Lloyd performed an exclusive acoustic version of ‘Superhero’ and hot new act Clement Marfo & The Frontline whipped the crowd up with their single ‘Mayhem’ with a surprise appearance by UK rapper Kano. Will Young is interviewed and closes the show with ‘Losing Myself’ the third single from his number one album ‘Echoes’ and ends with American boy band Mindless Behaviour.
Of the back of an incredible year, Labrinth performed ‘Earthquake’ which has to date sold 700,000 copies and top 5 single ‘Last Time’ which wowed US R&B star Usher enough to get him to produce a track for his album. LMFAO wowed the show with ‘Party Rock Anthem’ and we follow UK boy bands The Wanted and One Direction in the US, plus an interview with US singer Sean Paul.
Rizzle Kicks who have scored three top ten singles perform ‘Down With The Trumpets’ and ‘Traveller’s Chant’. Maverick Sabre performs ‘We Used To Have It All’ the latest single from their album and Brit Critic’s Choice 2012 winner Emeli Sande performs ‘Next To Me’ from her number one album ‘Our Version of Events’. Plus Disney Camp Rock actress and US pop star Demi Lavoto visits the sites of London with an exclusive