LISTEN: Tulisa Unveils Lyrics Video For 'Live Your Life' Ahead Of Debut Album Release


As Tulisa prepares to release her eagerly-anticipated debut solo album The Female Boss on November 26th, the star has also released a new lyrics video online, titled 'Live Your Life' for her army of fans who just can't wait any longer to hear some of the star's upcoming tracks.

The X Factor judge is also set to release next single 'Sight Of You', a bittersweet ballad to show a slightly softer side to the singer, on November 26th.. Exciting stuff!

The single EP features a brand new upbeat Tulisa smash ‘Live Your Life’ (premiered at festivals this summer) alongside two remixes of ‘Sight Of You’ by Sticky and TS7, providing house infused and two step garage flavours.

Both tracks are taken from Tulisa’s debut album ‘The Female Boss’. Recorded throughout 2012 in both the UK and USA, Tulisa’s debut features the cream of the world’s top producers. The Dream, Toby Gad (Beyoncé, Fergie), Rico Love (Usher, Chris Brown P Diddy) and legendary songwriter Diane Warren (Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey) have all collaborated with Tulisa to create a confident collection of smash hit songs, with the lady herself co-writing a number of the tracks.

The lyrics video release comes amid reports that the 'Live It Up' star is apparently dating Newcastle United footballer Danny Simpson, despite claims she had reconciled with ex Fazer.

Photos have emerged of the pair walking beside one another inside a Manchester hotel, fuelling speculation that Tulisa enjoyed a sleepover with the footballer.

An insider told The Mirror of the alleged date: "It went well it's early days."

Stay tuned for further updates.

In the meantime, give Tulisa's latest track 'Live Your Life' a listen below:

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