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Lea Michele's new album: We pitch the 'Glee' scenes!


Will Rachel Berry cover Lea Michele this season?

If Glee is known for one thing, it’s song covers. And while earlier seasons gave us new twists on the biggest hits of the ’70s and ’80s, in recent years they’ve rushed to put their spins on current pop tracks blowing up the charts. (See: All the Katy Perry!) Which means when McKinley’s brightest star — which, duh, would be Lea Michele — dropped her first album (Louder, streaming now on iTunes), it would only be a matter of time before the pop songs make their debut on Glee.

Because it’s all but inevitable, we picked five of Michele’s Louder cuts and imagined how they might wind up on the show in the future. READ FULL STORY

Hear Lea Michele's song for Cory Monteith, 'You're Mine'

A few months ago, Glee star Lea Michele talked about a track from her upcoming album Louder that was especially close to her heart.

The song’s called “You’re Mine,” and it made her break down in tears while telling Elle, “It makes me so happy, this song. It makes me think so much of Cory. It was ours. When I think of him, I play this.”

And now you can hear the result, which she co-wrote with Sia Furler (Rihanna’s “Diamonds,” Britney Spears’ “Perfume”) below: 

Hear the new Lea Michele song 'What Is Love' -- EXCLUSIVE


With her debut album Louder roughly a month away, Lea Michele has taken to releasing new tracks every Tuesday to get you excited. This week’s selection is “What Is Love,” which you can hear ahead of time exclusively here.

The song will be included as one of several iTunes bonus tracks on the deluxe version of the album. “What Is Love” marks the fourth to be released from her Louder era, joining previous early releases “Battlefield,”  “Louder,” and, of course, the single “Cannonball.”

Give the new song a listen below:


Lea Michele's 'Cannonball' video: 'Glee' star finds her way through the dark -- VIDEO

Lea Michele fittingly takes center stage in the music video for the first single, “Cannonball,” which premiered on Vevo this afternoon.

The video features lots of pretty close-ups of a vulnerable looking Lea singing in a rundown room with a broken piano. Sun streaks through the windows as  the Glee star, dressed in a flowing black dress, slowly finds her strength as the song crescendos.

Watch the video below:


Lea Michele's piano-ballad 'Battlefield': Hear her new single here

Lea Michele has already launched a “Cannonball,” and now she’s assessing the damage on the “Battlefield.”

Michele’s debut solo album, Louder, lands in March, and the march to its release is on with the arrival of the piano ballad “Battlefield,” which uses the same metaphor that Pat Benetar made popular several decades ago. It doesn’t have the same kind of propulsion as “Cannonball,” but it does show off her impressive pipes.

Give “Battlefield” a listen below — and try to figure out where that melody comes from, because it sounds deeply familiar: READ FULL STORY

Lea Michele's new single 'Cannonball': Hear it here

Lea Michele is already a staple on the Billboard charts, thanks to the many chart-crashing versions of pop songs she sings on Glee
(the show’s cast actually holds the record for most appearances in the history of the Hot 100).

But her new song “Cannonball” may give her the chance to earn her own original spot in the pop universe. It’s from her upcoming album Louder, which is scheduled for release on March 4, 2014.

You’ll be able to hear “Cannonball” live when Michele performs the song on Ellen this Thursday, December 12, but for now you can listen to the studio version below: READ FULL STORY

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