Rebecca Ferguson is one of the most talented artists to hit the music scene via the talent show circuit but issues with her management have thus far prevented her from achieving her full potential. However, the rising diva is ready to claim what is rightfully hers with her new album, Freedom.
The 2013 Brit Awards are underway but before you diva head first into the performance footage, let’s take a few moments to enjoy the fashion ups and downs of the red carpet. Featuring Justin Timberlake, Rita Ora, Rebecca Ferguson and others, the event attracted some of the biggest names on the UK music scene.
The Christmas season is the time of year when artists pop out of obscurity in a bid to boost the sales of their albums. So, it was no surprise when Rebecca Ferguson made a guest appearance on ‘This Morning’ to plug her ‘Heaven’ album with a performance of her latest single, ‘Shoulder to Shoulder’.
Each time that Rebecca Ferguson performed onstage during the last few weeks, she has improved by leaps and bounds. Today, however, the liberated songbird put all of her past appearances to shame when she returned to ‘The X Factor (UK)’ to perform her latest UK single, ‘Backtrack’.
Rebecca Ferguson is simple yet effective, and so is this new video for ‘Teach Me How To Be Loved’. The production was filmed to support the British Soul singer’s upcoming rereleased version of her debut album, ‘Heaven’, which will arrive in UK stores on October 15th.
Rebecca Ferguson has full reignited her promotional drive for her ‘Heaven’ album in the US. For her latest television appearance, the British Soul singer visited ‘Good Day LA’ where she performed ‘Mr. Bright Eyes’ from her debut LP.
Rebecca Ferguson is often accused of being more boring during her live shows than even Leona Lewis. However, during her recent visit to ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’, the Soul singer let loose and proved that there is some sass hidden behind those innocent eyes.
It’s a cool Sunday afternoon and the perfect time to enjoy the angelic voices of two of the industry’s brightest young stars. Both Emeli Sande and Rebecca Ferguson hit the stage at BBC Radio 2’s 2012 Live in Hyde Park festival earlier today and dazzled the crowd with their vocals.
Rebecca Ferguson only released the single cover for her new single, ‘Backtrack’, and now she has followed it with the song’s accompanying video. The track will arrive on UK iTunes on October 15th, which is the same day that the reissue of Ferguson’s ‘Heaven’ album hits stores.