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Cheryl Cole: ‘Craziest Things’ + ‘Screw You’ & ‘Under The Sun’

Cheryl Cole is just days away from releasing her third studio album A Million Lights on June 19. The 28-year-old Girls Aloud member has been spending the past couple of weeks promoting it and her current single “Call My Name” all over the UK. The Calvin Harris-produced record is currently on track to debut at #1 on the UK Singles Chart this week. Yesterday, Cheryl stopped by BBC Radio 1 to premiere “Craziest Things” featuring Will.i.am on Greg James‘ afternoon show and today she premiered another album track titled, “Screw You,” featuring Wretch 32. While I wasn’t such a fan of the “Call My Nameb-sides, I am totally feeling these. Both are solid pop tracks and are miles better than anything on Messy Little Raindrops. It shouldn’t be too long until we have the whole album. Check these out for now, Enjoy! Just Added:Under The Sun” got its first radio play this morning on Capital FM. The feel-good track was produced by Alex da Kid and is rumored to be the next single. I want this album now!

~A Million Lights~

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8 comments

  1. Craziest things is a hot song! Like it very much! Screw you is an okay song 🙂

  2. screw you is the next single, she announced at thatgrapejuice.net

  3. I do not understand what people are liking about Craziest Things. She sounds bored, will sounds bored–it’s no wonder I’m bored listening to it. Screw You is marginally better, but still really generic.

    I don’t think this is going to be any better than MLR, which is a shame.

  4. I LOVE both of these songs. They’re possibly her strongest tracks yet, beside “Promise This”.

  5. EPIC!
    Love them both VERY!

  6. thanks for sharing these, Jon! I can’t find any of her songs to download here in the US.

  7. was that a link for the album??? it doesn’t work. Need the album now!! thank you!

  8. there is also a new song called “ghetto baby “, it is written by lana del rey ,it is my favorite song of Cheryl
    http://musicvideosforme.blogspot.com/

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