Ashley Roberts

From a band,to a world class tv presenter to female solo artist is there anything Ms Ashley Roberts can’t do?

One listen to her brilliant single Woman Up and you will be hooked, Woman Up is featured on her feisty giving it her all, powerful album Butterfly Affect if you haven’t already listend to it I suggests you head over to iTunes now it’s that good.

What is next For Ashley well she kindly took time out of her very busy schedule after touring with Ant and Dec on their massive arena Saturday Night Takeaway tour to speak with Music Promotions about her music and future plans.


1. Can you tell us more about your new single ‘Woman Up’?

Woman Up is all about empowerment and owning your independence. Screw a man’s world, this one’s for us ladies! I was so excited that this was the next single and we wanted to make the video reflect the song: bright, fun, and full of energy, so got the amazing Sisco Gomez to do the choreography.

2. What can we expect from your album? Can you talk us through the album? Your favourite stand out songs?

Butterfly Effect has all facets of my personality. I am very proud of this album and excited for people to hear my voice. each song is special in it’s own way. I got to co-write on the album which is so rewarding! I wanted the album to be authentic and I feel I’ve accomplished that. There is a song on there for every mood/occasion. My stand outs: All In A Day, Clockwork, Face Of Love, Standing In The Rain, Wild Heart…actually, I love them all. They’re all my babies.

4. Where have been your favourite cities to perform at?

Favourite places on the Takeaway Tour would have to be Newcastle (their hometown…it went off!) and Dublin! They were so interactive and full of life.

6. Who in the charts are you currently listening to?

Listening to Pharrell, Ed Sheeran, Usher, Lorde, Erik Hassle and Heffron Drive.

7. What is next for you?

I’m currently sat in Peru, about to hike Machu Pichu for Coppafeel charity. Excited for the trek! Then I’ll be visiting the family for a bit before I travel to Oz and back to London for work.