Alexandra Burke Reveals Single
Bad Boys gets its first plays…
Tuesday, August 25, 2009 - 14:31
Alexandra Burke has revealed details of the first single from her debut album Bad Boys.
The pop focused song will be released on October 12 and features US rapper Flo Rida.
Bad Boys received its first radio plays today and is already being tipped for number one by pundits.
Burke- winner of last year’s X Factor- will release her full debut album on October 26 with more top collaborations on it.
Alexandra has received guidance from Beyonce and Jay-Z while production and writing comes from Red One (Lady GaGa), Stargate (Nas, Kelis) and Ne-Yo.
AB’s cover of Hallelujah- released last Christmas is the fastest selling song by a female in UK chart history.
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