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October 15, 2012

Keeping up with the exclusives in our site, we got some NEW HQ & MQ Shots of Leona earlier today at her Glassheart album signing, held at the HMV Store in Oxford Street, London! Leona looked flawless holding a copy of Glassheart’s exclusive HMV Slipcase wich you can purchase right HERE. Enjoy

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Red Carpet > 2012 > Glassheart Album signing at HMV Oxford Street, London (HQ)

October 15, 2012

Good evening everyone! One day before the release of her new album ‘Glassheart’, and after a bit of promotion for Glassheart, Leona spent the night with her friends and the RnB superstar Usher in a restaurant in London! Have a look at the first HQ exclusive pictures of Leona leaving the restaurant. Enjoy!

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Candids > 2012 > Leona Lewis leaves Usher’s Birthday Dinner (HQ)

October 15, 2012

Good evening everyone! One day before the release of her new album ‘Glassheart’, Leona gave an interview on BBC Radio 1 yesterday evening on the ‘Official Charts’ radio show, by Reggies Yates! Have a look to what she said …

October 15, 2012

It’s third time lucky for Leona Lewis as the famous X Factor champion begins to carve a unique and exciting sound to distance herself from the crowd.

For an artist with such potential for worldwide success, it’s shame that Leona Lewis has, as of yet, failed to live up to expectations. Those who were expecting her to be the next Whitney or Mariah have been left sorely disappointed. Of course, Leona has one of the highest selling albums ever in her debut Spirit and her iconic single Bleeding Love was an undoubtable worldwide smash, but since then her music has failed to reach the same dizzy heights of success; a great shame, considering what a phenomenal talent she is. The issue that many have with Lewis is that, despite her undeniable vocal ability, her music often evokes a sense of apathy and impassivity. As such, six years after her triumphant X Factor victory, Leona Lewis needs to create an eye-catching exciting new sound. Luckily for her, it’s a case of third time lucky as she begins to flirt with a distinctive and exciting new musical direction in third album Glassheart.

From the opening bars of lead single, and album opener Trouble, it’s refreshing to hear that there’s a shift in gear from the earliest possible moment. Although Leona still stays safe with a ballad, gone is the conventional style Leona usually adopts, replaced with an early 90′s Massive Attack style beat. As the record gathers momentum, there is a notable change in style from Leona’s previous albums. Here, although tracks such as Lovebird and Stop The Clocks are conventional ballads, exciting production courtesy of Fraser T Smith and Ammo keep these tracks sounding fresh and exciting, as opposed to dull rehashes of earlier efforts. Notable also, is Fireflies, a track so beautifully executed, that by the time the choir kick in in the final chorus, a wondrous wave of sound emerges, transforming a seemingly standard track into a wonderful explosion of sound and musicality. Furthermore to this, the Darkchild-produced Shake You Up is pure, unadulterated pop fun. It’s the most fun we’ve heard Leona sound since her X Factor debut back in 2006. Finally, I To You combines the sound of a classic James Bond theme song and the left-field of production of artists such as Jessie Ware to create a wonderfully vibrant track.

Lewis also has far more artistic control over this record than ever before. Her writing credits feature on eight of the thirteen tracks on the record; a remarkable feat, considering the high quality of the said tracks. Lewis’ experimentation with various different sounds throughout the record should not go unnoticed either. Her forays into Dubstep (Glassheart), 140 BPM plus dance balladry (Come Alive) and 80′s bubblegum pop (Shake You Up) are successful. For critics who often complained that Leona was notorious for sticking within her comfort zone, you can’t say fairer than that to the eclectic mix of sounds on display on Glassheart. Best of all is Favourite Scar; a track that combines Leona’s world-class knack for balladry with a genius hook and some wonderful production courtesy of Ryan Tedder.

Very rarely does Leona slip up, and this is without a doubt the strongest collection of tracks Lewis has recorded to date. Only on the dreary and dull When It Hurts is there a point in which you feel slightly undersold. Indeed, Glassheart is a record full to the brim of potential singles, and despite its many delays, this record sounds like a record suited for 2012. Lewis doesn’t abandon her credentials as a ballad singer, and the balance between making artistic progression whilst maintaining the strengths in Leona’s talent has been struck near perfectly. Leona has crafted a sound to build upon. No longer is she simply a ballad singer; with Glassheart she is a fully fledged pop star. This is not to say that the record is faultless. Indeed, Lewis still has an over reliance on ballads; her brief forays on this record into more fast-paced musical styles prove that she is not unable to pull it off with ease. Furthermore to this, although this is a strong record, it’s been released in a year where the market of female musicians has been unusually strong. What with the phenomenal debuts from artists such as Jessie Ware, Lianne La Havas and Delilah, there is a risk that this collection of tracks may not be remarkable enough to grab the majority of the public’s attention.

However, what is undeniable is the sheer talent of Leona Lewis. Her vocal ability still confirms her to be one of Britain’s most phenomenal musical talents, and her passion for music shines through in every track. What is most important, above all else, is that this record marks a new chapter in the career of Leona Lewis. Every iconic female musician has their renaissance period after a couple of records; Janet Jackson; Kylie Minogue; Mariah – they all underwent massive reinventions in sound and image after an initial bout of success. Glassheart represents the musical awakening and rebirth of Leona Lewis; whether it turns out to be a commercial success remains to be seen. However, this record lays in place firm foundations for Lewis to go even further into the unknown when preparing for her next record, and that, above everything, is an extremely exciting prospect.

A commendable effort.


October 15, 2012

Good morning everyone! Finally “Glassheart” is officialy out (Remember to get your digital copy on iTunes or Amazon)! Last saturday night Leona celebrated the release of her new highly anticipated album ‘Glassheart’ at the G-A-Y club in London! You saw the pictures yesterday, now here are some *incredible* fans videos! Be sure to check those amazing videos! Thanks a lot to DFA Poland Hottie580 on Youtube for uploading their videos!


Bleeding Love


Trouble / Come Alive


Collide (Acoustic Live)


Better in Time




Come Alive


October 15, 2012

Good morning everyone! Finally “Glassheart” is officialy out (Remember to get your digital copy on iTunes or Amazon) and we’re so excited about the start of this new Leona era! This morning we got an special treat for all those fans who still don’t have their physical copies of the album. Thank to the amazing Paulbaux from the Digital Spy forum here’s the HQ Scans of the “Glassheart” (Standard) Booklet and CD! The artwork looks even more amazing printed! Click on the link bellow to check it out!

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And don’t forget Leona will be today at HMV Store in Oxford, London signing copies of “Glassheart” So don’t miss this oportunity to get to know her and also buy your cd!

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October 14, 2012

00:00h bunnies! This is the moment we have all been waiting for, since 2009 and ‘Echo’ release! ‘Glassheart’ is now available on iTUNES UK and still available on Irish iTUNES as well. You can download your album for 7.99£ on iTunes UK! Let’s make this album #1! Share the word and share the link everywhere on facebook, twitter and more … 


Download ‘Glassheart’ | Download ‘Glassheart (Deluxe Version)’


Download ‘Glassheart’ | Download ‘Glassheart (Deluxe Version)’

October 14, 2012

Good evening everyone! Here we are in a few minutes Leona Lewis’ new album “Glassheart” will be availbale in the UK! 2 years and more after the release of “Echo”, Leona is releasing her brand new highly anticipated album “Glassheart”! And she did this well and filmed an amazing advert for TV’s. Enjoy she looks flawless…

October 14, 2012

God morning worldwide bunnies! What a better way to wake up on a sunday than an acoustic live video of Leona Lewis’ hit “Glassheart”! Leona continues her promotional campaign for her album ‘Glassheart’ performing the title track during a recent acoustic session. Have a look this live acoustic is just priceless! Just incredible! And many thanks to for uplaoding the video!

LEONA Lewis has admitted there was Trouble when Rihanna had a smash with We Found Love – because she had recorded it first.

The X Factor superstar was originally chosen to sing the Calvin Harris hit but ended up losing out to RiRi.
Although LeLe’s version has been relegated to the trash can she reckons it’s better than the Bajan babe’s.
Leona told me: “I worked with Calvin and we recorded We Found Love. But he went touring with Rihanna and she ended up releasing it.
“I didn’t commit to it because I wanted Trouble to be my first single so I think that was another reason they went with Rihanna. It was the same version and production but mine’s better.”
The track hit No.1 in 25 countries and is one of the biggest sellers of all time, shifting 6.5million copies. It spent three weeks at the top in the UK last year.
Leona, who will perform at this month’s Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women Awards, went on: “I still have the recording but I’d never leak it. That’s so unprofessional.
“There are so many songs I’ve recorded, only to hear other people singing them. It happens all the time.

“It was a bit annoying to see how big a hit it was around the world but if I’d released it maybe it wouldn’t have done as well.”
Leona releases her third album Glassheart today and it’s a musthave for any fan.

The Bleeding Love singer has recently been linked with One Direction’s Liam Payne but refused to divulge the goss, despite my prying
She said: “We are good friends, that’s all I’m saying. I don’t really talk about my relationships.
“Some One Direction fans can be ruthless but luckily I haven’t had any abuse.”


October 14, 2012

God morning worldwide bunnies! What a better way to wake up on a sunday  than an acoustic live video of Leona Lewis’ hit “Glassheart”! Leona continues her promotional campaign for her album ‘Glassheart’ performing the title track during a recent acoustic session. Have a look this live acoustic is just priceless! Just incredible! And many thanks to for uplaoding the video!