Could You Be The One Leona Lewis Official Music Video

Twilight is the name of a demo album recorded by the British singer-songwriter Leona Lewis in 2004, two years before becoming famous as the winner of hit reality show The X-Factor.

The album, comprised almost exclusively of her own compositions, was recorded under Spiral Music, a production company based in Fulham. "I tried to secure a record deal by doing things my own way. I worked very hard but I never managed to land a contract", said Lewis.

According to website thelondonpaper, if Twilight had been made commercially available, Lewis "would have been booted off the hit ITV talent show", because it is stipulated that X-Factor contestants must never have released an album under a major record label.

The paper affirms that, at the time that the show was happening, "music industry insiders" were concerned "that her Twilight tracks [could] be released to capitalize on her X-Factor fame, and [could] eclipse any subsequent album releases with Sony".

Predictably, the eleven tracks of Twilight leaked onto the Internet, although the CD itself was never made physically available to buy or to download. "In an age where tracks can be leaked on the internet" said one source, "not owning the rights to a track is a problem."

Despite the fears of the record label, the leaked compositions did not affect the release of Spirit, Leona Lewis' debut album under the Sony Music label.

Leona Lewis performed live some tracks of Twilight during an interview with Colin Murray. The singer made acoustic performances of "Paradise", "Twilight" and "Learn To Love". In the same interview, Leona says that some of the songs were written by herself when she was 12 years old.

Note: all the songs are credited to and written by Leona Lewis except for those marked *.

"Baby Girl"
"Could You Be The One"
"How Many Times" *
"I Can’t Help It" *
"Learn To Love You"
"So Deep"

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