Following her departure from Simon Cowell's British record label, Syco, and subsequent signing to a division of Sony Records, Cher Lloyd's sophomore album took a while to be released, inspiring the title "Sorry I'm Late." The first single featured T.I, the rapper who sang on Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" and Iggy Azalea's "Change Your Life", and the album contains co-writes with pop hitmakers and producers Max Martin and Shellback. On the album, Cher Lloyd uses her vocals a lot more, opting to only really have a rap verse of her own on one song, "Killin' It." With so many big writing and producing names, as well as Cher Lloyd's talent, which has improved significantly from her debut album, it's no surprise that "Sorry I'm Late" is an album that you can pop in and just jam to.
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Fountain Pen Girl Album Reviews is a blog writing track-by-track reviews of new popular and independent music with a focus on female artists. The main genres that are covered on this blog are pop, country, singer-songwriter and alternative music, focusing especially on independent artists and female country artists. Enjoy my blog!
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