Leona Lewis performs classic Elton John love song

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International superstar Leona Lewis is back with a new track that will be officially released worldwide today, thought this might be of interest for you guys.
On ”Your song” she’s recorded her own version of the classic Elton John song with the same name – one of the most popular love anthems in history.
International singer-songwriter Leona Lewis is back with a classic love song. Travel agency TUI Nordic asked Leona Lewis to record a new version of the theme song Elton John’s Your Song, one of the most popular love songs in history.

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– I’m such a huge fan of Elton John and I’ve always loved ‘Your Song’. I was excited to have the opportunity to record my own version.  It’s such a beautiful song. Both the melody and the lyrics are perfect.  I hope people like it, says Leona Lewis.
Leona has recently released her fifth album, I Am.
That instantly recognizable voice is what has garnered Leona Lewis seven BRIT Award nominations, three Grammy Award nominations, and made the quadruple-platinum “Bleeding Love” the “best-selling song of 2008.” Among going No. 1 in over 35 countries and 10x Platinum in the U.K., she made U.S. history becoming the “First UK female solo artist to debut at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 in over 20 years” while the critically celebrated singer-songwriter’s worldwide sales surpass 20 million albums to date.
In 2014 she re-teamed with Echo producer and collaborator Toby Gad (John Legend, Beyoncé) to create her fifth and most personal full-length album — I Am. Released September 2015 on Island Records & Def Jam Recordings, I Am is as confessional as it is catchy. Featuring a special collaboration with GRAMMY Award-winning artist Diane Warren and including stunning hit singles such as “Fire Under My Feet,” “Thunder” and “I Am.” I Am highlights powerful, upbeat anthems and incredible emotional ballads, all demonstrating Leona’s striking, almost ethereal vocal range.

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