Ricki-Lee’s “Come & Get In Trouble With Me” Is Your New Favorite Dance Song

Sam Lansky | September 3, 2013 11:02 am

Australian pop chanteuse Ricki-Lee has been through a couple different incarnations (and a fairly dramatic weight loss transformation!) but one thing has remained consistent: The songs are super, super good.

Her latest single is “Come & Get In Trouble With Me,” and it’s a blistering slice of house-inflected pop, a monster Guetta-style beat that leads into a huge pop chorus. It evokes the well-loved (and mostly ignored) Rachel Stevens hits of the last decade, while sounding totally modern — the perfect marriage of radio-friendly EDM and a disco pop sensibility that’s a little more niche. 

It’s the finest summer dance-pop song that just missed the season, and practically a Kylie Minogue tribute (in the best possible way). Listen below.