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15 June 2012, 10:59
The Girls Aloud star posts four songs online ahead of the record's anticipated release.
Cheryl Cole has offered fans a taste of her forthcoming new album 'A Million Lights' after she posted four new tracks online this morning (15th June).
The 'Call My Name' star took to her Twitter account to post the links and a message to those who couldn't wait till the record is released on Monday (18th June).
The singer has unveiled her Will.i.am collaboration called 'Craziest Things' as well as 'Girl In The Mirror, 'Ghetto Baby' and 'Under The Sun' – which received its official premiere on Capital FM this week.
The first track, 'Craziest Things' is her collaboration with Black Eyed Peas man Will.i.am and sees him sing the lines: "I love you much. I hate your guts. You the love of my life."
Cheryl recently told Capital that she found the controversy surrounding Will's Olympic Torch relay run unnecessary as he is an "honorary Brit".
You can listen to Cheryl's new song 'Craziest Things' below:
'Under The Sun' was an immediate hit with fans on Twitter after its official first play on Capital this week and features a steady beat with a hugely memorable chorus which listeners described as "perfect for the summer".
You can listen to Cheryl's track 'Under The Sun' below:
The star has also allowed fans to hear her new song 'Girl In The Mirror' which sees a more dubstep style for the Girls Aloud star.
"I've picking little fights with the girl in the mirror – stressing me to be a woman. Oh I don't need this today. I don't know quite what to say," she sings during the song.
You can listen to Cheryl's 'Girls In The Mirror' below:
The final offering the former X Factor star was her collaboration with Lana Del Rey called 'Ghetto Baby'.
The song begins with the star softly singing: "You've got a face like a Madonna crying tears of gold," before delivering lines in a style reminiscent of the 'Video Games' writer.
It's a further change of pace from the singer who has already unveiled her Wretch 32 collaboration 'Screw You' and is currently the Vodafone Big Top 40 with her smash hit 'Call My Name'.
You can hear Cheryl's song 'Ghetto Baby' below:
Meanwhile, the star has also opened up on her plans to launch her own fashion range stating that she would "love" to as soon as she finds some free time.