Cheryl Cole re-records Cher Lloyd vocals on will.i.am track

Lloyd is "not fussed" about missing track

Cheryl Cole re-records Cher Lloyd vocals on will.i.am track

Photo: Press

Cheryl Cole is set to re-record the vocals on a track written and produced by Black Eyed Peas man will.i.am which was intended for Cher Lloyd.

M Is For Music reports that Cole will now put her vocals on the track and it will appear on the follow up to last year's 'Messy Little Raindrops'.

A 'source' is quoted as saying: "Cheryl loved the song from the start and didn't think twice about recording a version after she was sure it would not be appearing on Cher's album.



"There is no love lost between the two so she couldn't care less what anyone has to say about her being offered the song. It's a great track, so much so that it is being considered as the lead single from Cheryl's third album."

Lloyd told The Daily Star that she was "not fussed" about the missing track.

She added: "The song was good, but it just wasn’t meant to be."

The Mirror reported that will.i.am blocked use of the track after Cheryl Cole, who he now manages, was fired from The X Factor US.

Another 'source' told the paper: "Will wanted to sign Cher from the get-go and work on her career – but she signed to Syco affiliate Modest! Management because of what her contract said after the show. So he was miffed to start with.

"Now with everything that’s ­happened to Cheryl and the fact he's managing her too he's decided to play hardball with Syco. He's refusing to send the track into them and they just don't know what’s happening.

"The track they made was huge and Cher was counting on it being a single but it all looks like it is going to have to be pulled."





Read More On This Artist

More News
Tyler, The Creator reveals 'Cherry Bomb' album bonus song 'Yellow' - listen
Michael Bublé apologises after body shaming accusations: 'Women are to be celebrated and...
Diplo says he is 'actively' pursuing a collaboration with Robert Plant after Instagram...
The Prodigy team up with Sleaford Mods for 'Ibiza' video - watch
Bill Ward accuses Ozzy Osbourne of making 'false claims, elitist comments and rude...
Blur share new song 'My Terracotta Heart' and reveal Record Store Day plans
Alice Glass hits out at Ethan Kath's decision to continue Crystal Castles without her
Former Rolling Stones member Bill Wyman to release first solo album in 33 years
Matt Skiba on Blink-182 plans: 'We are hopeful to do more stuff in the future'
Miley Cyrus recording with Flaming Lips and Ariel Pink
Green Day joined by Rancid's Tim Armstrong at first US gig in two years
Faith No More debut new songs live in Vancouver - watch
Giorgio Moroder reveals Sia collaboration as he details first album for 30 years 'Déjà...
Multiple injuries reported as Twin Shadow tourbus crashes
Tame Impala say new song ''Cause I'm A Man' is 'about how weak men...
The Prodigy: 'Going onstage is like going into battle'
Major Lazer share 'Night Riders' featuring Pusha T and 2 Chainz - listen
Catfish And The Bottlemen document live show in 'Homesick' video - watch
Jay Z and Jack White are personally calling Tidal subscribers
Woman faces prison for selling fake Glastonbury tickets
Chris Brown shares first photos of daughter Royalty
Lady Gaga launches 'Emotional Revolution' youth scheme

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM