Danity Kane and Pussycat Dolls, the most popular American girl groups, don't really seem to cut it when compared to the other female pop acts in the western world. The American people deserve better, and Jay-Z might think so.
Neither the label nor representatives for the band have confirmed this, so it remains a rumor, though a hopeful one for U.S. FM radio airwaves. Of course, the Sugabages aren't Girls Aloud or anything, but unlike Danity Kane and Pussycat Dolls, their appeal seems to extend beyond the ears of emotionally stunted 25-year-old girls. That's not to say though, that I've forgiven them for that lame cover of Adina Howard's "Freak Like Me."
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