Bleeding Love singer Leona Lewis is fuming after an album full of songs she recorded before she won X-Factor last year was approved to be released. According to recent reports, the singer laid down the vocals on ten tracks before she won the U.K. talent show that launched her mega successful album. Once signed to Simon Cowell’s company Syco, Lewis left the label where she recorded the songs. Now the label is set to release the as-yet-untitled album in October – and will be in direct competition with a re-release of the star’s official debut album, Spirit. A source tells The People newspaper, “Leona made it (the album) before she was famous and didn’t expect it to come back to haunt her like this. “The album was finished in 2006 and due for release that year. Then Leona won X Factor and all communications between her and UEG stopped. “There were attempts to release the album throughout 2007. But they were blocked immediately after signing the record contract with her current label. But now they have won the right to release it.”
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