Jordan Pruitt

Album Title: No Ordinary Girl
Release Date: February 6, 2007
Genre: Pop
In the animal kingdom, whenever a niche becomes available, there's always someone waiting to fill it. Staking her claim on the currently empty "good girl" niche is Georgia's Jordan Pruitt. Still toiling away in the halls of school herself, Pruitt's 12-track record is brimming with the trails and tribulations of teenagedom. No Ordinary Girl is definitely aimed at the prepubescent set, and it's admittedly hard for anyone in possession of a driver's licence to get past that. However, it's nice to see songs about high school being sung by someone actually in high school as opposed to some 30-year-old who prances about in a schoolgirl uniform. A bit like Hilary Duff with strep throat, Pruitt's songs are sassy and empowering, and most importantly, preteen relatable. If you've got no choice but to put up with your kid's patience-testing music, better make it Pruitt over the Pussycat Dolls (you can even prove how cool you are by singing along to Pruitt's cover of Sister Sledge's "We Are Family").

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt

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