April 26, 2008 03:42:52 GMT
The three-piece group consisting of 13 and 14 year-olds are set to take the fans by storm with a series of their debuts.
New music outfit that will take over tweens by storm, Clique Girlz, is made the featured artist on Radio Disney this week in its Incubator program. The three-piece act that is comprised of sisters Paris and Destinee Monroe as well as their best friend Ariel Moore, are the latest teen-craze that was signed under Interscope Records by Jimmy Iovine himself.
The girls group have started off well by being the openers of Backstreet Boys, The Click Five and Jonas Brothers. They have also performed for model Kimora Lee Simmons' daughter's birthday. The performance was taped and made an episode that was aired April 20 in Kimora's reality show "Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane".
Their debut album is prepared for a release this year and meanwhile, their singles such as "Then I Woke Up", "The Difference" and "You Think" have been making rounds in both the nets and radio outlets. "The past four years have been so amazing, and this album defines who we are," Ariel said. "Our mindset has always been to enjoy every kind of music, from opera and classical to hard rock and R&B."
The digital EP for these songs will be released via iTunes on Tuesday, April 29. The song "Then I Woke Up," was written by John Shanks and Kara DioGuardi and produced by Robert Schwartzman and John Field (Pink, Switchfoot).
Speaking on their existence as teen stars, Ariel said, "It's important for us to be role models. We want to set a good example for kids in our age group," and added by Destinee who said, "Our thing is no drugs, no alcohol, no boys, no partying. Except for the dance parties we have during sleepovers." For more on the girls log on to the group's MySpace.