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Having skilfully evaded the reality TV meat grinder, the Liverpudlian singer exorcises the demons of personal heartbreak on a confident firecracker of a fourth album. Gone are the stripped-back standards of her Billie Holliday tribute album Lady Sings The Blues, and in come fearless cuts of modern R&B—witness the showstopping title track and the tear-streaked, choir-backed majesty of “Pay For It”—propelled by Ferguson’s matchless delivery. A powerful and empowering rebirth.

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So happy Rebecca is back! Love Bones so far and can't wait to hear this album!! Hope It does really well. Rebecca really deserves it.


I love this song so much

Love Rebecca

Been waiting so long for this, going to see Rebecca at Sheffield City Hall I can't wait :-)


Born: 21 July 1986 in Liverpool, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Britain's Rebecca Ferguson is a soulful jazz and R&B-influenced singer best known for being the runner-up in the British televised singing competition The X Factor; the first woman to reach that level in the show's then seven-year run. Born in Liverpool in 1986, Ferguson grew up in a family of Jamaican immigrants and spent her early years in Huyton before moving to Woolton, where she attended primary and secondary school. Having been singing and writing songs since her childhood, Ferguson first became...
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