Nicole Scherzinger released her newest single ‘Your Love,’ a memorable dance track that’ll have you singing along to the chorus’ unbelievably catchy “do-do-do.”

The 35-year-old singer has largely stayed away from the U.S. music scene since the Pussycat Dolls disbanded in 2010. Her newest single and latest attempt to hit her home market might actually land her the same success she found in the U.K. with her 2011 solo debut ‘Killer Love,’ which never saw a U.S. release.

‘Your Love’ is too catchy for American audiences to miss out on. The piano mixed with synths calls a ‘90s dance vibe while keeping it on this side of contemporary. Produced by music biz experts The-Dream and Tricky Stewart — who teamed up before for Beyonce’s hit ‘Single Ladies’ — it’s no surprise how powerful this tune turned out.

The former 'X Factor' judge sings about an alluring romance in the new song, declaring "Something 'bout you so enticing / Even when I try to fight it / Knock me out like Michael Tyson." That's some pretty powerful love, Nicole. The chorus will undoubtedly have you singing along, whether you know the other words or not. The "do-do-do" repetition is irresistible.

This single is the first from Nicole’s sophomore album, due out later this year. If ‘Your Love’ is anything to go by, there will be no sophomore slump for this Pussycat Doll. Hopefully that’ll guarantee a U.S. release, too!

More From MIX 108