Since the release of his debut album ‘World Outside My Window’ in 2003, Glenn Lewis has been plagued with several obstacles, preventing him from releasing his sophomore follow-up. During that time, he signed a recording contract with Epic Records and Underdog Entertainment but attempts at releasing a new LP never saw the light of day.
Fast-forward to present day, Lewis has finally landed a solid deal at EMI, the home of Katy Perry, Coldplay and Snoop Dogg.
Excited over his new business situation Lewis stated, “A big thanks to Chris Schwartz & the IAMP group & Nova music group.. As of today.. I’m an EMI recording artist! See you in 2012!!!” The start of his celebration cut his tweets short adding, “I wanna say thanks to everyone individually but I’m fighting a hangover.. i’ll holla.. haha.”
Earlier this year, Lewis’ name started to buzz when a record entitled “Good One” leaked online. The track proved that even with several delays in releasing new music, fans still wanted to hear the “Don’t You Forget It” hitmaker.
Glad to see Lewis is back!