Hello My Name Is...

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Hello My Name Is...
Bridgit Mendler - Hello My Name Is.jpg
Studio album by Bridgit Mendler
Released October 22, 2012
Recorded September–November 2011[1]
Genre
Length 42:09
Label Hollywood
Producer
Bridgit Mendler chronology
Hello My Name Is...
(2012)
Live in London
(2013)Live in London2013
Singles from Hello My Name Is...
  1. "Ready or Not"
    Released: August 7, 2012
  2. "Hurricane"
    Released: February 12, 2013
  3. "Top of the World"
    Released: July 17, 2013

Hello My Name Is... is the debut studio album by American singer and songwriter Bridgit Mendler released on October 22, 2012, through Hollywood Records.[5] The first single of the album, "Ready or Not", was released on August 7, 2012. It premiered on August 3, 2012, and was released as a digital download on August 7, 2012. The song was written by Mendler herself, Emanuel "Eman" Kiriakou and Evan "Kidd" Bogart. The song debuted at number 98 and peaked at number 49 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was later certified Gold in Canada and Platinum in New Zealand. She has used three more songs to promote her album: "Hurricane", which is the second and final single from the album, "Forgot to Laugh" and "Top of the World".

The album received mainly positive reviews from music critics, who praised Mendler's vocals and songwriting skills, but criticized the songs for sounding too alike and lacking direction. It debuted at number 30 on the US Billboard 200 chart and at number 20 on the US Billboard Digital Albums chart. It also charted at number 17 on the Polish Albums Chart, the first country to chart outside the US.

Background, composition and release

Mendler originally announced that her album would be released in September 2012.[6] It was also announced that her single, "Ready or Not", would premiere on children's radio on August 3, 2012, be available to purchase on August 7, 2012, and impact top 40 radio on August 20, 2012.[7] The song impacted the mainstream radio on August 21, 2012.[8] The release date of the album was later changed to October 22, 2012. The track listing and album cover were announced on August 20, 2012.[9] The album has an "acoustic, soulful jazzy funky sort of thing."[10] The re-release of the album for Japan features an alternative album cover, and was released on February 17, 2014.[11]

Promotion

Mendler performing in Kansas City in July 2013.

On October 19, 2012 Mendler performed "Ready or Not" and "Hurricane" on Off the Charts.[12] In October 20, she performed "Ready or Not" on Radio Disney and Disney Channel show Total Access.[13] On November 14, 2012 Mendler sang "Ready or Not" and "5:15" on Good Morning America on November 14, 2012. Mendler performed the song on Live! with Kelly and Michael on November 15, 2012. The first single also was performed on The X Factor semi-final results show on December 13, 2012.[14] On March 11, 2013 Mendler performed "Hurricane" on Live! with Kelly and Michael.[15] In April 27 Mendler was on 2013 Radio Disney Music Awards and performed "Hurricane". This was the first time in her career that Mendler sang in an award.[16] In Canada Mendler performed the some songs on The Morning Show, on New Music Live in Toronto, Canada and on Disneyland Resort the song was performed in October 12, 2012.[17]

In May she traveled to Argentina to record a cameo appearances in the Latin telenovela show Violetta and sang "Hurricane" with the cast.[18] On May 17 Mendler performed the song on MTV Push.[19] On May 30 the CBBC's show Blue Peter also broadcast a performance previously recorded.[20] On June 5, she performed the song on The Ellen DeGeneres Show after an interview.[21] On June 20 Mendler traveled to the United Kingdom to promote her single on BBC Radio 1.[22] The next day, Mendler performed "Hurricane" on Daybreak[23] and, in June 23, she promoted the song on Sunday Brunch, but didn't sing it.[24] On July 15 Mendler performed it on the FOX morning talk show Good Day L.A..[25] On July 23 Mendler traveled Singapore to promote the song on the radios[26] and, in the same week, went to Australia to perform the song on The Today Show, in July 30,[27] and on NovaFM, 31.[28] Also on July 31, the Grammy Academy released a video of "Hurricane" in an exclusive intimate performance for 'Grammy HQ' with "5:15", "Ready or Not" and an interview.[29]

Tours

To promote the album, Mendler went on her first headlining tour entitled Bridgit Mendler: Live in Concert. The tour played 25 shows starting on August 25, 2012 and ended on January 19, 2013. The tour played music festivals and state fairs in the United States and Canada; it became a major success with critics, selling out many dates in the United States.[30] She continued to promote the album with her 2013 Summer Tour. The tour began on June 16, 2013 in Burlington, Iowa and ended on September 21, 2013 in Puyallup, Washington.[31]

VEVO Lift series

In April 2013, Mendler recorded a series of videos at the request of VEVO, from the special VEVO Lift, an intimate acoustic performance recorded in the VEVO Studios and interviews about her debut album.[32] The project was released in twenty three parts in her official channel.

Acoustic performances

  1. "Ready or Not"
  2. "Hurricane"
  3. "5:15"
  4. "Blonde"
  5. "Love Will Tell Us Where to Go"

Singles

"Ready or Not" is the first single from the album. It premiered on August 3, 2012, and was released as a digital download on August 7, 2012. The song was written by Mendler herself, Emanuel "Eman" Kiriakou and Evan "Kidd" Bogart. The song received positive reviews from music critics, praising the song's unique sound and also Mendler's vocals, which have been compared to Carly Rae Jepsen and Demi Lovato. The song debuted at number 98 and peaked at number 49 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, number 80 and peaked at number 48 on the Canadian Hot 100 chart, and at number 14 and peaked at number 12 on the US Top Heatseekers chart. It has also debuted at number 17 and peaked at number 12 on the New Zealand Singles Chart, becoming her first Top 20 hit internationally. It has sold 21,000 copies in its first week according to Nielsen SoundScan.

"Hurricane" was previously released as a promotional single to iTunes Store for Single of Week on October 22, 2012.[3] It was later announced to be the second and final single and was officially released to radio on February 12, 2013.[33] The song received positive reviews from music critics, praising Mendler's vocals and the song's reggae influence. Critics praised heavily on Mendler's rapping skills, which have been compared to Cher Lloyd and Lily Allen. The song debuted at number 194 on the South Korean International Singles Chart, making it the second song to chart in the country. It also peaked at number 4 at the Ukrainian Charts, her second top 5 hit there.[34] It has been certified Gold in the US for selling 500,000 copies.[citation needed]

"Top of the World" was released as promotional single to Radio Disney.[35] The song was released at Contemporary hit radio on July 17, 2013 as the official third single.[36] [37] It was featured on the twelfth season of American Idol during the "Charlotte Auditions".

Promotional singles

"Forgot to Laugh" was heard on October 4, 2012, via Idolator.[38] It was then placed on Mendler's YouTube page the next day.[39] Even without the song being released as a single, the song already received positive reviews, saying that the song "is a shiny, guitar-driven pop-rock anthem, loaded with witty metaphors that would give Taylor Swift a run for her money." and concluded that "the sharp songcraft is all the more impressive given that Mendler co-wrote the track herself."[38] According to MTV, it was produced by Emanuel "Eman" Kiriakou and Evan "Kidd" Bogart, the same people who produced "Ready or Not". Rachel Brodsky of MTV was also positive with her review, describing the song as "at once sunny and wise, and seems to revel in the friendly sass and punch of Cher Lloyd and the fast-talking know-how of Lily Allen".[40]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[41]
Spin or Bin 3/5 stars[42]
Common Sense Media 4/5 stars[43]
Musiqtone 4.7 stars on a 5 point scale[44]
AbsolutePunk 47%[45]
MSN 2.5/5 stars[46]

The album has received mostly positive reviews from music critics. Tim Sendra of Allmusic was positive with his review, praising her "fine singing voice" and her "songwriting chops". He comments on some of the songs: "Ready or Not" is the best track by far with a very catchy chorus, "Hurricane" has clever fairy tale lyrics and an impassioned vocal (and a sassy rap section), "Blonde" is a little clichéd but ends up as a convincing argument that hair color isn't a gauge of brains, and "Rocks at My Window" is a witty and fun love song with a big beat. Apart from the very moody and vocally powerful "5:15", the ballads aren't particularly memorable, though, and the album is bogged down by similar-sounding arrangements and song structures that don't do Mendler's voice and breezy style any favors. He concluded the album, saying "Still, it's an impressive debut from a singer who shows real talent and has every chance to break out of the Disney mold and do something all her own down the road."[41] Xinhua of Spin or Bin rated the album 3 out of 5 stars and praised the "catchy tunes" of the songs and her "surprisingly capable vocals" but concluded: "Honestly, with the industry dominated by Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato and Cher Lloyd at the moment, it's really going to be quite hard for a breakout artist to pit herself against the pop princesses, even with a pretty solid album like Hello My Name Is... but I'm really enjoying the songs on here, and will be on the lookout for Bridgit Mendler in the next year or so. She could just surprise us."[42] Jessica Dawson of Common Sense Media gave a positive review of the album and rated it four out of five stars and praised the clean lyrics of the songs.[43] Hailey Sager of Musiqtone gave an acclaimed rating of four-and-a-half stars out of five and praised her "vocal range" and the "powerful and lyrics" of the songs. She concluded that "Mendler has an amazing voice" and that she said that the album "is one of my favorite albums of 2012 because it has a lot of relatable material, and it is also an enjoyable album."

However, hiddentrack of AbsolutePunk gave a mixed review and rated the album 47% out of 100% and was not sure "whether she wants to be the next Taylor Swift or Cher Lloyd or even Kesha." He also said that the album "really lacks any direction at all." But he did praise the lead single, "Ready or Not", describing it as "catchy" with "a big chorus, handclaps and fluffy lyrics that lack substance, but it works."[45] Sherman Yang of MSN also gave a mixed review and gave the album two-and-a-half stars out of five; He praised "Ready or Not" for its "catchy chorus", and he described it and "Forgot to Laugh" as "fun and happy tracks that kids can party to but with sadly bimbotic lyrics." He also noticed that after listening to the first two tracks, "the tracks start to sound the same after a while with their seemingly similar melodies and arrangements." He concluded that "Mendler either needs to find some inspiration to write better songs or cover other artists' works because her songs sound the same after a while. It seems rather likely at this point that the singer might be headed down the path to nowhere."[46]

Accolades

Title Year Category Work Result Ref.
Pop Crush Awards 2012 About to Pop (Best song) "Ready or Not" Won [47]
Pop Dust Awards The 100 Best Songs of 2012 9th [48]
Shorty Awards 2013 Best Song Nominated [49]
Radio Disney Music Awards Best Acoustic Performance Won [50]
Best Music Video Nominated
World Music Awards Best Song Nominated [51]
Best Video Nominated
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Push Nominated [52]
PopBoard Awards Best Music Video "Hurricane" Won [53]
World Music Awards 2014 Best Video "Ready or Not" Nominated [54]
Best Song Nominated [55]

Commercial performance

The album debuted at number 30 on the US Billboard 200 chart and at number 30 on the US Billboard Digital Albums chart. According to Billboard and Soundscan, the album sold over 12,000 copies in its first week of release.[56] As of October 2015 the album has exceeded over 464,000 copies in the US.

Track listing

Standard edition[57]
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Ready or Not" Bridgit Mendler, Emanuel "Eman" Kiriakou, Evan "Kidd" Bogart, Thom Bell, William Hart Kiriakou, Andrew "Goldstein" Goldstein 3:21
2. "Forgot to Laugh" Mendler, Kiriakou, Bogart Kiriakou, Goldstein 3:09
3. "Top of the World" Mendler, Kiriakou, Jai Marlon, Laura Raia, David Ryan, Freddy Wexler Kiriakou, Goldstein 3:28
4. "Hurricane" Mendler, Kiriakou, Bogart, Goldstein Kiriakou, Goldstein 4:03
5. "City Lights" Mendler, Marlon, Ryan, Wexler Marlon, Wexler 4:00
6. "All I See Is Gold" Mendler, Kiriakou, Goldstein, Priscilla Renea Kiriakou, Goldstein 2:53
7. "The Fall Song" Mendler, Kiriakou, Bogart Kiriakou, Goldstein 3:39
8. "Love Will Tell Us Where to Go" Mendler, Kiriakou, Marlon, Ryan, Wexler Kiriakou, Goldstein, Marlon,[a] Wexler[a] 3:22
9. "Blonde" Mendler, Leah Haywood, Daniel Pringle Dreamlab 3:08
10. "Rocks at My Window" Mendler, Kiriakou, Bogart, Goldstein Kiriakou, Goldstein 3:12
11. "5:15" Mendler, Kiriakou, Renea, Goldstein Kiriakou, Goldstein 3:55
12. "Hold On for Dear Love" Mendler, Donnell Shawn Butler, Wexler Wexler 3:59
Total length: 42:09

Notes

  • [a] denotes a co-producer.
  • [b] signifies a remixer.

Sample credits

Personnel

Musicians

  • Bridgit Mendler – vocals
  • Andrew Goldstein – guitars, bass, keyboards, programming, backing vocals
  • Emanuel Kiriakou – guitars, bass, ukulele, keyboards, programming, backing vocals
  • David Ryan – guitars
  • Phil Shaouy – guitars
  • Freddy Wexler – synthesizers
  • Jai Marlon – synthesizers; string arrangement (track 3)
  • Donnell Shawn Butler – backing vocals
  • Spencer Lee – backing vocals
  • Evan Bogart – backing vocals

Production

  • Emanual Kiriakou – producer (tracks 1–4, 6–8, 10 and 11)
  • Andrew Goldstein – producer (tracks 1–4, 6–8, 10 and 11)
  • Jens Koerkemeier – recording, editing
  • Pat Thrall – recording and editing assistance (tracks 6–8, 11)
  • John Hanes – mix engineer
  • Phil Seaford – assistant mix engineer
  • Serban Ghenea – mixing
  • Freddy Wexler – producer, recording (track 5, 12)
  • Jai Marlon – producer (track 5)
  • Dan Glashauser – recording (track 5, 12)
  • Neal H. Pogue – mixing (track 5, 9, 12)
  • Jeremiah Olvera – mixing (track 5, 9, 12)
  • DreamLab – producer (track 9)
  • Chris Gehringer – mastering

Charts and certifications

Release history

Country Date Edition(s) Label
United States October 22, 2012 Standard,[70] Deluxe[71] Hollywood Records
Canada[72] October 23, 2012 Standard
Australia[73] October 26, 2012
New Zealand[74]
Argentina[75] February 19, 2013 Universal Music
Brazil[76] February 26, 2013
Spain[77]
United Kingdom March 18, 2013 Standard,[78] Deluxe[79] Hollywood Records
Italy[80] April 9, 2013 Standard Universal Music
Portugal[81] April 15, 2013
Germany[82] July 19, 2013 Standard Universal Music Group
Turkey[83] July 15, 2013 Standard Hollywood Records
Japan[84] February 5, 2014 Standard, Japan edition Avex Music Creative

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