Elvis Songwriter's Granddaughter Debuts Pop Video!

Entertainment Oct. 20, 2010 AT 2:02PM

Elvis Presley was certainly no stranger to some pop hits, and 45 of them -- including "Lonesome Cowboy" and "Just For Old Time Sake" -- were penned by legendary songwriter Sid Tepper. But, oh, how times have changed. Nowadays, a new member of the Tepper dynasty is overtaking the charts, namely, his 19-year-old granddaughter Joanna

The Boulder, Colorado-born 19-year-old has just hit YouTube with her debut hit, "Girls Will Be Girls," a bouncy teen pop nugget that finds her relishing girl power with pals while singing along to a catchy Go Go's-esque groove. Consider it 2010's answer to "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun."

Can't wait for more? Consider this a scrumptious tease as she puts the finishing touches on her debut disc, which is being produced by Eminem collaborator Richard "Segal" Huredia and her proud pop, Warren "Mighty Jo" Tepper. 

By Ian Drew for UsMagazine.com. To read more of Ian's blog, click here, and don't forget to follow him on Twitter.

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