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Leona Lewis debuts title track for new album ‘Glassheart’

While promoting her new single ‘Trouble‘ and upcoming album, Leona Lewis took the opportunity to debut the title track ‘Glassheart‘ on In Demand radio.

The track was co-written by Lewis and produced by Ryan Tedder (who wrote her debut single ‘Bleeding Love’) and Fraser T Smith. ‘Glassheart’ features a grimy dubstep breakdown – what do you think of Leona’s more urban edgier direction?

Listen to ‘Glassheart’ below:


‘Trouble’ is available to download from October 7. The album Glassheart follows a week later on October 15.

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    9 Responses to “Leona Lewis debuts title track for new album ‘Glassheart’”

    1. She needs to have a new direction. They don't seem to have any idea what to do with her and what direction she's going in, I hope it doesn't result in poor record sales.

    2. She needs to have a new direction. They don't seem to have any idea what to do with her and what direction she's going in, I hope it doesn't result in poor record sales.

    3. She needs to have a new direction. They don't seem to have any idea what to do with her and what direction she's going in, I hope it doesn't result in poor record sales.

    4. She needs to have a new direction. They don't seem to have any idea what to do with her and what direction she's going in, I hope it doesn't result in poor record sales.

    5. Andrés Felipe Jiménez Rozo 20. Sep, 2012 at 9:57 pm

      I'm kind of upset… the really cool instrumental part of the chorus you could hear in the performance she did a year ago at G-A-Y has been erased and put on some stupid climax-breaking dubstep… you can still hear it in the final chorus… but it was amazing without the dubstep… and they have really damaged the song with that… stupiddddddddddddd noise.

      Been waiting for this song to be released because I loved the live performance and now it's going to be released like this! will edit it when I get it…