Jan. 30, 2012
-- The sounds of rising electro-pop act 21st Century Girl debuted on network television on Thursday night, when their song “Crash Your Party” aired on “30 Rock” on NBC. The catchy pop song was featured in a celebrity-packed trailer of fictitious parody movie “Martin Luther King Day – The Movie,” starring Emma Stone, Kristen Bell, Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Vince Vaughn, and Nick Cannon, among others. The trailer spoofs blockbuster romantic comedies “Valentine’
s Day” and “New Years Eve.”
21st Century Girl is an LA-based electro-pop act featuring artist and songwriter Charly. A Philadelphia native, Charly has performed with Gnarls Barkley, opened for Chris Brown and Shontelle, and worked with top pop producers in NYC and LA.
With a unique take on what modern girl power sounds like, 21st Century Girl is quickly gaining attention for song placements on Hung (HBO), The Real L Word (Showtime), Dance Moms (Lifetime), Born to Dance (BET), Degrassi (Teen Nick), Fly Girls (The CW), Keeping Up with the Kardashians (E!), Kim & Kourt Take NY (E!), Khloe & Kourt Take Miami (E!), Khloe and Lamar (E!), The Spin Crowd (E!), The Real World: New Orleans, DC, Las Vegas, and San Diego (MTV), I Used to be Fat (MTV), Bad Girls Club (Oxygen), Love Games (Oxygen), The World According to Paris (Oxygen), and Life with Derek (Disney Channel). TV theme songs by 21st Century Girl include "Here We Go Again" for WE TV series I Do Over, and "If Pretty Hurts (Please Hurt Me)" for LOGO series Pretty Hurts. 21st Century Girl also wrote and recorded the title track of romantic comedy "Slightly Single in L.A." (2011), placed music in "L!fe Happens" (2011) starring Kate Bosworth, Rachel Bilson, and Krysten Ritter, and had a song featured in television promos for 20th Century Fox’s “What’s Your Number” (2011) starring Anna Faris.
Follow 21st Century Girl on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/21stcenturygirl
and on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/21stcenturygirl
. Visit the official 21st Century Girl web site at http://www.21stcenturygirl.com
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