“Try with Me” is a song by American recording artist Nicole Scherzinger, taken from the re-release of her debut studio album, Killer Love (2011). The song was written by Carsten Schack, Sean Hurley, Olivia Nervo, Miriam Nervo and was produced by Soulshock. “Try with Me” was released as the first single from the re-release and the fifth and final single overall both releases. The song starts as a slow power ballad before erupting into an upbeat dance track. Lyrically the song is about heartache and heartbreak.
“Try with Me” received mainly positive reviews from critics who praised the song’s production and Scherzinger’s vocals. An accompanying music video directed by Aaron Platt & Joseph Toman was filmed in Xilitla, Mexico which portrays Scherzinger dancing, singing and emoting throughout the video. Scherzinger performed “Try with Me” in a series of live appearances such as television shows The X Factor and This Morning. In addition Scherzinger performed “Try with Me” at the 2011 Royal Variety Performance, in the presence of Princess Anne.
“Your Love” is a song recorded by American singer Nicole Scherzinger for her second studio album Big Fat Lie (2014). It was written by Terius “The-Dream” Nash and C. “Tricky” Stewart and produced by the duo alongside Godz of Analog, with vocal production provided by Bart Schoudel. The song was released on May 30, 2014 by RCA Records as the lead single marking its first release since signing a deal with Sony Music Entertainment.
“Your Love” is a house-influenced, dance and pop song which is built on a 1990s-inspired rave piano-driven beat. It received positive reviews from music critics, many of whom highlighted the chorus as it’s main appeal. However several critics dismissed the song’s lyrics. In the United Kingdom, although BBC Radio 1 decided not to play it, the song entered the UK Singles Chart at number six and reached the top-forty of the charts in France and Ireland.
“Whatever U Like” is a song by American recording artist Nicole Scherzinger, featuring rapper T.I.. The duo along with Sean Garrett, and Polow da Don composed the song for Scherzinger’s planned debut studio album Her Name Is Nicole. Interscope Records released “Whatever U Like” on July 30, 2007.
In May 2003, Scherzinger joined The Pussycat Dolls, a burlesque troupe, as a lead singer, when they were re-cast as recording artists. With the success of the group’s debut album, it brought Scherzinger into the media spotlight, which resulted in a series of duets and guest vocals with many male vocalists. In 2006, Scherzinger later collaborated with Diddy on “Come to Me” which became Scherzinger’s first solo top-ten hit on Billboard Hot 100. Following the hiatus of the group, Scherzinger began working on a solo album. The song made its premiere on Scherzinger’s official website on July 10, 2007.
“Whatever U Like” is an up-tempo R&B song with a length of three minutes and fifty-two seconds. The artists co-wrote the song with its producers Polow da Don and Sean Garrett. The song’s beat was compared to Kelis’ “Blindfold Me” (2006) and Chilli’s “Straight Jack” which were both produced by Polow da Don. Rosie Swash of The Guardian compared the “rave-horn, synth-heavy production” to the works of Timbaland. Lyrically, Scherzinger sings about doing whatever her man likes: “riding it like a Harley.” Garrett appears throughout the chorus singing: “she’s hot as a stove, her name is Nicole!” while T.I. appears towards the middle of the track.
“Wet” is a song by American recording artist Nicole Scherzinger, taken from her debut solo studio album Killer Love (2011). The song was written by Ester Dean and Traci Hale, co-written and produced by Norwegian duo StarGate (Tor E. Hermansen and Mikkel S. Eriksen) and Sandy Vee. The song was serviced as the fourth single from the album to British radio stations on August 28, 2011, by Polydor Records, while in Australia it was released in the following month.
The dance-pop and pop song speak of Scherzinger singing that “her body is aching for a man’s touch”. It received generally positive reviews from music critics. The song received moderate commercial success where it peaked at number twenty-one on the UK Singles Chart, in addition to peaking at number ten on the Irish Singles Chart, where it also became one of her highest charting releases. The accompanying music video for “Wet” was directed by Justin Francis. It was generally received by critics which favored Scherzinger’s intricate choreography.
“Run” is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Nicole Scherzinger for her second studio album, Big Fat Lie (2014). It was written by Justin Tranter, Julia Michaels and Felix Snow of which the latter produced it alongside Chris “Tek” O’Ryan. The song was released on September 30, 2014 to contemporary hit radio by Epic Records in the United States as the lead single; however the release was never materialized. A piano-ballad which also includes dramatic strings, “Run” offers advice to the next broken heart.
The track garnered a positive response from music critics who praised Scherzinger’s strong and emotive vocal performance and highlighted it as an album stand-out. Its accompanying music video was premiered through Vevo on October 12, 2014 and features Scherzinger in an opulent mansion. Commercially, “Run” failed to chart in the United States but charted on the Irish Singles Chart and UK Singles Chart at number 63 and 46 respectively.
“Right There” is a song recorded by American singer Nicole Scherzinger for her debut studio album, Killer Love (2011). Written by Ester Dean, Frank Romano, Daniel Morris and co-written and produced by Jim Jonsin, the Island-flavored midtempo pop song sees Scherzinger singing about her lover and telling other women to stay away. “Right There” first impacted radio as Scherzinger’s third international single on April 1, 2011, after previous singles met success in the United Kingdom. “Right There” was Scherzinger’s third consecutive top three single from her debut album. The song was then re-released on May 17, 2011 in the United States, as Killer Love’s lead single, and was remixed to feature two new verses from American rapper 50 Cent. It has reached over 100 million views on YouTube making it VEVO certified.
The song became successful in many countries reaching the top ten in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Romania, Scotland and the United Kingdom. In the United States, “Right There”, reached the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Scherzinger’s most successful US single as solo artist to date. The song was later certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America for shipments of 500,000 copies of the single. “Right There” peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart, in addition to peaking at number seven in Ireland, where it also became one of her highest charting releases.
The song received generally positive reviews from music critics for having a R&B-heavy sound on a pop record. Scherzinger performed “Right There” live for the first time on American Idol, to coincide with the song’s US release. The show’s judges and studio audiences gave her a standing ovation, with the media later praising Scherzinger’s vocal and dancing abilities. An accompanying music video, directed by Paul Hunter, sees Scherzinger dancing along the streets of downtown Los Angeles, California. The video became Scherzinger’s first Vevo certified solo music video 
“On the Rocks” is a song recorded by American singer Nicole Scherzinger for her second studio album Big Fat Lie (2014). It was written by Terius “The-Dream” Nash, C. “Tricky” Stewart and Carlos “Los da Mystro” McKinney, while the song was produced by Godz of Analog, Stewart, Nash and McKinney, with vocal production from Bart Schoudel. The song was released on October 10, 2014 by RCA Records as the third single from the record. “On the Rocks” is an R&B ballad where the singer laments and gets over about a failed relationship by pouring up a stiff drink. “On the Rocks” received negative reviews from music critics, who described it as outdated and criticized the use of Auto-Tune. The accompanying music video premiered on September 5, 2014 on Vevo.
“Poison” is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Nicole Scherzinger for her debut solo studio album, Killer Love (2011). Released on October 25, 2010, it is the first single from the album. It was produced by RedOne, BeatGeek and Jimmy Joker, and is distinctively different from Scherzinger’s previous attempts at releasing solo material. “Poison” is backed with powerful synthesizers and a pulsing dance-pop beat. The single was released as a two-track digital download and as a seven-track remixes extended play (EP).
“Poison” has received mostly positive reviews from most music critics who praised her new sound and the energy on the record but some criticized the song for being too generic. Scherzinger performed “Poison” live for the first time on seventh series of The X Factor on November 28, 2010, to coincide with the song’s UK release. Both the show’s judges and studio audiences gave her a standing ovation, with the media later praising her energy, choreography and live vocals.
An accompanying music video, directed by Joseph Kahn, sees Scherzinger take on the role of a female superhero and switches between a good-girl and bad-girl persona. It was noted for its similarities to another Kahn-directed video, “Toxic” by Britney Spears. “Poison” peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart becoming Scherzinger’s second most successful single as a solo artist, in addition to peaking at number seven in Ireland, where it also became one of her highest charting releases. The single reached number one in Scotland, which was Scherzinger’s first solo number one worldwide.
“Fino all’estasi” (Spanish: Hasta el éxtasis) is a song by Italian singer-songwriter Eros Ramazzotti featuring American recording artist Nicole Scherzinger, released on November 13, 2012 as the second single from the album Noi. A Spanish-language version of the single, titled “Hasta el éxtasis”, was also released to launch the Hispanic edition of the album, Somos. The song was written by Ramazzotti, Luca Chiaravalli, Anthony Preston, Carlo Rizoli, Mila Ortiz Martin and Saverio Grandi.
“Don’t Hold Your Breath” is a song recorded by American singer Nicole Scherzinger for her debut studio album, Killer Love (2011). It was written by Josh Alexander, Billy Steinberg and Toby Gad and produced by the former two along with Carl Falk, Steve Angello and Rami. The song was released on February 16, 2011, as the album’s second single in the United Kingdom. “Don’t Hold Your Breath” was critically acclaimed, with critics preferring it over singles by The Pussycat Dolls, as well as praising the empowering message and theme. The pop production was also praised.
The song’s lyrics speak of the female protagonist realising that her relationship with her man is over and she is not going to return to what used to be. A demo version of “Don’t Hold Your Breath” with lead vocals from Timbaland and Keri Hilson leaked in 2010. Then in early January 2011, a second demo version with an altered production, different lyrics and uncredited female vocals also leaked. This was followed by a third unfinished version, this time with Scherzinger’s vocals, before the final version premiered on January 14, 2011.
An accompanying music video for “Don’t Hold Your Breath” was directed by Rich Lee, and follows Scherzinger as she experiences the emotions of the song. Scenes include a hackney carriage journey, self-realisation, scornful glances in a mirror and wandering an old 1930s house. It was met with generally positive reviews from critics, who described it as one of Scherzinger’s most personal music videos to date.
Scherzinger performed “Don’t Hold Your Breath” in a series of live appearances such as a performance on Let’s Dance for Comic Relief and Good Morning America. The song has also achieved commercial success by topping charts in Poland and the United Kingdom, as well as reaching the top twenty in many other countries.