Watch Cheryl Cole’s new track ‘Call My Name’

Cheryl Cole has been quiet for quite some time, but that’s all about to change. The star is back with a brand new song called Call My Name. After a very succesful run on the charts with her albums 3 Words and Messy Little Raindrops in 2009 and 2010 respectively, the star took a bit of a break from music (so to speak). She was part of Simon Cowell’s X-Factor judging panel in the US for all of like three episodes and then she suddenly left not only the American version, but the franchise entirely. She also went through a lot in her personal life, but that seems to be a thing of the past as the star is all set to unleash her new material on the globe!

This is the first single off her forthcoming album, due out in June. The video was released 19 hours ago but if you haven’t seen it yet, you can do so above. The song is bound to get loads of airplay on radio and in the clubs. The video was shot in downtown Los Angelas and it sees the getting back to her dancing ways. The choreography is great and guys, you’ll agree with me when I say Cheryl is looking Well Fit!

Her new album is called A Million Lights. It is expected to be released on the 18th of June. As soon as there are more details available on the album, I’ll bring them to you. I’m sure Will.i.am will appear on a few of the songs and if memory serves me correctly, Cole mentioned a possible collaboration with Rihanna. Gosh, imagine that. Throw Will in there and a little bit of David Guetta and the clubs would be exploding with excitement… That is of course all speculation. Let’s what and see.

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One comment

  1. She is indeed looking fantastic. A lingerie laden video of her and Rihanna is a must. I hate pop music but this will sell well I’m sure. Has all the bells and whistles of a chart topper.

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