Music: Cheryl Cole ‘Screw You’ Feat. Wretch 32
It must be like Christmas for Cheryl Cole fans at the moment, she is literally everywhere! Ahead of the release of her third album A Million Lights the Girls Aloud singer has put a new track taken from the LP online.
The delightfully titled ‘Screw You’ features Wretch 32 and is essentially a massive up yours to a naughty man who has upset Cheryl. No prizes for guessing who that might be.
After the brilliance of Cheryl’s current single ‘Call My Name’, ‘Screw You’ is a bit disappointing and beyond the attention grabbing title, has average album track written all over it. Wretch 32 brings nothing to the party either, sounding like any other rent a rapper featuring on a female led r’n'b song.
Hopes remain high for A Million Lights safe in the knowledge that this track has been put out more for the talk ability of it’s title and subject matter than the quality of the actual song.
Listen to Cheryl Cole ‘Screw You’:
In other Cheryl Cole news ‘Call My Name’ is almost guaranteed to go to number one this weekend and is the fastest selling single of 2012 so far proving that despite her absence from a high profile judging slot on The X Factor Cheryl is still hugely popular.
If you are looking forward to the release of A Million Lights – check out the cover art and full tracklisting…