Could Leona Lewis’ fourth album be make or break for future with Sony?
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Leona Lewis could be facing an uncertain future with her record label following poor sales, a source has revealed.
Leona's third album 'Glassheart' was released in October 12, but failed to repeat the successes of her first two albums. Despite hitting number three in the UK album chart, it slipped down the rankings and its final single, 'Lovebird,' failed to enter the UK top 200.
A label insider has now revealed that Leona's as-yet-untitled fourth studio album is going to be a "make or break record" for the singer.
"There's no denying Leona's talent, but 'Glassheart' sales were well below what was expected. It could be the delays [she experienced], it could be down to material. But her fourth album is going to be key for her future," they admitted.
"We'll be going all out to position her where she should be: at the top of the charts again."
A Syco spokesperson previously said: "Leona Lewis is one of the UK's most successful artists, one of a few that have enjoyed huge global success in recent year selling more then 20 million records worldwide.
"Leona will begin the recording of her fourth album imminently to be released later this year. She remains a key priority artist for Syco and for Sony Music Worldwide."