Is Blank Page the one that Cher Lloyd recorded at one point?
Do you think Cher can sing something like that ?
Blank Page is this (from RStone article)
We adjourn downstairs to the recording studio where assembled "people" (PR, A&R man, vocal engineer) make jokes, much to Leona's mirth, about tiny LA dogs wearing dinosaur-shaped coats. Suddenly, a voice shimmers throughout the room. Leona, as if beamed through a Star Trek transporter, is now barely visible behind a charcoal vocal booth curtain, singing a song no one has mentioned, a soaring reverie over mournful piano and strings, called Blank Page. "I am a blaaaaaank page," she serenades, a soul-bending power lilt somewhere between Sinéad O'Connor and Barbra Streisand, "waiting for life to start." It might just do for Leona what Someone Like You has done for Adele. Confronted by the force of this year's other Hackney Heroine there's no talk here, any more, of Hollywood hounds in jerkins. Instead: total silence. Other than the sound of a reporter's ruined mascara descending towards the floor..
Sing a ballad? Yeah. Obviously she's not as good a singer as Leona. But I remember something about a Cher demo (also called Blank Page) being sent to Leona or something, back when Cher was recording her album.
Originally posted by EyesOpen
Cheryl could never.
Originally posted by TheF
The minute Mariah stopped making hits and started shading other artists(Nicki Minaj) was the beginning of the end for her career.
Glassheart will basically not Glassheart anymore, and I HATE it, I hate how labels move releases back just to rip the original concept to pieces and make another album of it, Collide wasn't that bad, she had songs as Blank Page and Mountains and stuff, which could have easily functioned as singles during xmas/spring, she has a song as Glassheart which sounds hot and also could have easily been a single, I'm sad about the fact a lot of artists are not capable because of their label to make an album they are proud of, since one troubled single and the concept get's ripped to pieces, it's like the labels can't trust artists anymore