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Lea Michele Is An Emotional Powerhouse In Cannonball! Listen To The Full Song HERE!

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This song is all about overcoming a difficult time…

And Lea Michele's emotional performance of her first single, Cannonball, surely conveys the heartfelt message flawlessly!

Judging by her strength and sound, the Glee star's solo debut into music will be nothing short of perfection!

And we're so excited to see where the journey takes her career!

Ch-ch-check out the full version of the powerballad (above), and add it to your uplifting and inspiration playlist on iTunes RIGHT NOW!!!

We can hardly wait to hear more from this special talent!

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12 comments to “Lea Michele Is An Emotional Powerhouse In Cannonball! Listen To The Full Song HERE!”

  1. Elienay says – reply to this


    1

    I simply LOVE it. And I'm hoping hardly that she and Demi collabed cause they were recording their albums in the SAME studio!

  2. Brendon says – reply to this


    2

    Meh… I expected a lot better. Her voice is great and it's being… wasted. If her entire album is like this, aside from the small legion of Glee fans, it won't get much attention or sales.



  3. 3

    I love her voice, but this song is just not that impressive. She has done way better stuff on Glee.

  4. madmike says – reply to this


    4

    whuz up w/ all these young girls and their penchant for singing about balls?

    hun, why don't you sing about your fur boots and your bad choices?

  5. Zaina says – reply to this


    5

    It's better than I thought it would be. I though it would be a typical pop song. She can really sing. I like her accent too. You can still hear her broadway voice there. It's really cool. I like her voice here in comparison to her voice on Glee. It sounds more real and authentic. Whereas on Glee some of her songs seem forced.



  6. 6

    I'm not playing it; I don't want to waste 3 minute of my precious life on this talentless JEWISH trollop…

  7. Justina says – reply to this


    7

    I actually like the song. I think it's better than some of the crap that is being played on the airwaves, although it's still pop, but her voice is so beautiful and emotional. And by the way Hillary, she's not Jewish, she's Catholic, but bravo for posting an anti-Semitic comment under an anonymous pseudonym, I guess it takes courage to do that.



  8. 8

    Some of those long wailing notes end up sounding nasel. I don't think it's Lea. I thinks it's the sound engineering trying to make a recording studio into a sound stage. Isn't it strange that Cannonball is used as a 'term' when this generation doesn't really know much about 19th century warfare? It seems as if "Wrecking Ball" was such a visual with an impact. What next? "Bouncing Ball", "Medicine Ball", "Goof Ball", "Belle of the Ball", "Hair Ball"?

  9. Erick says – reply to this


    9

    Louder tem tudo para ser um grande sucesso!
    (Louder has everything to be a great success!)



  10. 10

    I thought it was a decent song. I think she has a good voice, and I like that she's not gimmicky.

  11. Yikes says – reply to this


    11

    YIKES! I honestly thought her music was going to be good. It sounds like one of her typical solos on glee with less quality!

  12. Dna says – reply to this


    12

    Sia wrote this -by numbers obviously. You don't honestly think the label would release a song written by Lea as her 1st ever single do you?? Anywayz -it's cr*pola, and she's cr*pola.