New Music: Melanie Amaro – ‘Love Me Now’

Love Me Now

She made you dance with her debut single “Don’t Fail Me Now.” Now “X Factor” winner Melanie Amaro shows off her powerful pipes on “Love Me Now” off her forthcoming debut, due this fall. The 20-year-old songstress, who landed a $5 million recording contract with Syco Music/Epic Records, yearns for some lovin’ on the soulful ballad. Give in to her demands.

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39 Comments

  1. Cali Kid

    Im glad she switched it up! because that dance record was not her at all!

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  2. HotLikeFire

    Cute. I like it much better than her first single.

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  3. 2bad2bme

    i like that chorus

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  4. CarribeanBoi97

    CUTE VOICE

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  5. CJ

    SHE’S SO BORING THO!!!!!!!!!

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  6. WonderLand19

    Dont like it, sorry.Not a fan of her tone of voice.

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  7. Bear

    Like it, thou she sounds sooo much like leona lewis

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    key Reply:

    @Bear, lol of course…..signed simon,the same who find leona

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  8. Be3000

    Well better then her first song! Well better…

    But she is really boring

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  9. Morgan

    I didn’t like her on X Factor. It’s not that she’s not talented, but I feel like America voted for her simply because she had a BIG voice. Some, at the time, were already crowning her as the next Whitney Houston. This song is certainly better than the last released, but it’s got a lot of growing to do on me. She has a pretty voice, but I’m not a fan of hers per say.

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    x Reply:

    @Morgan,

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    x Reply:

    @x, i so feel the same way. no hatin of course

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  10. Issa

    This song is a change of pace, but Simon & LA will push her to that dance/europop audience. And those fans tend to buy music in droves.

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  11. Sebastian

    I have a feeling Marcus Canty, Rachel Crow, Chris Rene and Josh Krajcik will all be outselling Melanie when the albums are released.

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    x Reply:

    @Sebastian, amen to that

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  12. KillaBey

    Good voice>>>>Bad Material

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    x Reply:

    @KillaBey, damn we all on the same page today

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  13. Hank

    When she “unleashed” her accent midway the show, the judges had these crazy looks on their faces, like “Bitch, we told you to keep that shit under wraps.” I remember talking to people who were immediately turned off by the fact she concealed it, even in her first audition.

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    MJ3 Reply:

    @Hank, LOL I was like how the fuck you suppose to have two accents? Either your putting the american or caribbean on which is weird actually…

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  14. Jsongwriter

    Unfortunately she just can’t get it right. I don’t even see this making it into the top 40 billboard, let alone Itunes. Luckily she has a 5 million dollar contract BECAUSE I honestly don’t see her making it if she is going to keep releasing these outdated songs. Smh.

    & I voted for her on X Factor -_-

    Come harder Melanie!

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  15. iBzThuggin

    I like Her Voice, but yet she has a struggle to find what materail fits !!

    I think she needs a persoanl music producer cause all her songs she has put of is not doing her justice at all !!!

    #XFactor

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  16. Tae'Jon

    I love this song. The chorus is definitely the best part. She has potential

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  17. yooo

    im sorry but Simon Cowell has lost his touch. If you look at EVERY singing show he’s done he picks THE SAME SONGS for the female artists..songs from Whitney, Mariah, and Celine..hes so predictable. Last year’s X Factor truly revealed his lack of knowledge when it comes to MUSIC..he should truly stick to the marketing process because his musical taste is less than stellar. I hope Melanie can break through and create some hits, but the way Simon is putting her out there, it will be hard to find her own identity as an artists.

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    yooo Reply:

    @yooo, artist*

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  18. gwew

    raven symone

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    Dreamteam Reply:

    @gwew, lmao i was about to say the same thing.

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  19. Young Pereezy YMCMB-MMG

    B*tch I Click on This post To have u a chance but u let me down one more time.

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    John Reply:

    @Young Pereezy YMCMB-MMG, Learn how to spell before calling someone what your mother is. K. Thx.

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  20. Mikee_TM

    I actually like this.

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  21. yasss

    something is missing..

    good voice..BUT

    i’m not believing what shes singing about..make me believe and feel what you are singing.

    good voice nonetheless

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  22. TRP

    Much better than that other single, still boring but definitely on another level than the other record they tried.

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  23. J to the B down to the aaa(Liyah)

    The song is ALright

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  24. Lady

    Love it & love her!!!

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  25. vik

    love it.

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  26. Diego

    radio wont play this shit horrible

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  27. Leslie

    “Cause destiny don’t take rain checks.” Oh. Kinda corny, Mel. *Kanye shrug*

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  28. KillaX

    I kinda like it. It could be anybody singing it though. Sadly I can think of several artist who could have killed this.

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  29. Bea

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  30. Marigo

    I guess it’s true … you can’t satisfy all the people all of the time; however, this young lady sings. Whatever she sings is simply terrific. If she has a weight problem, I feel for Candace Glover (a winner of AL). I wish Melanie luck and look forward to hearing more from her.

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