The Brit is back!
Leona Lewis is gearing up for her fifth studio album, I Am, to drop on September 11 by sharing her newest single! On Thursday, the 30-year-old vocal powerhouse premiered the video for a new anthem called Thunder.
What's inneresting about this choice is that this song was specifically selected for the US market, while she'll instead be promoting the album's titular track in the UK.
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Seems like she's taking a leap of faith that this song — in which she belts about finding her independence — will be a stronger success on this side of the pond!
And speaking of leaping, she totally jumps off a cliff in the video. So if that doesn't intrigue you enough to press play, we aren't sure what will! Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
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Pharrell, Will.i.am (or his hologram) will see you in court!
That's right, Will.i.am is going
mental legal over the fact that Pharrell has launched a new creative brand called "i am OTHER," which Will.i.am claims is too close and "confusingly similar" to the phrase "I AM," which he claims he trademarked.
In response, Pharrell had this to say:
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Tom Shadyac's latest film I Am is about a man who bangs his head and suddenly begins ridding himself of possessions and money. And it's based on his own life!
The director of films such as Evan Almighty and Patch Adams had his own spiritual awakening after hitting his head in a cycling accident and post-concussion recovery during which his "brain had lost the ability to filter things out."
Three years ago, Shadyac sold his mansion and moved into a trailer home. He also gave most of his money and possessions away to charity. He gave $2 million to a Telluride, Colorado organization to save 550-acres of natural land to be used as public space rather than commercial developments.
In his film I Am, Shadyac interviews Desmond Tutu, Howard Zinn and Noam Chomsky in exploring the materialistic nature of man.
[Image via WENN.]
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