Gabrielle: ‘Say Goodbye’ Single Premiere!

Gabrielle is out to prove that she is still on top of her game with the release of her new single titled “Say Goodbye“! The track serves asthe lead single off her upcoming Album ‘Now And Always – 20 Years Of Dreaming’, which is scheduled for release on November 25th 2013 via Island Records. The New single, ‘Say Goodbye’ will be released November 25th. It is 20 years since Gabrielle debuted at #1 with ‘Dreams’ and this week she has returned to the charts as a featured artist on Naughty Boy’s star-studded album ‘Hotel Cabana’ which went straight in at #2 on the album charts.

The new album will include a collection of Gabrielle’s biggest selling songs as well as six brand new songs which Gabrielle has recently worked on with world renowned producers, such as Syience [Beyonce, Mary J Blige] Paddy Byrne [Paloma Faith] DBH [Angel, Roll Deep] and Naughty Boy.
‘Now and Always – 20 Years Of Dreaming’ will be released on Gabrielle’s new label, Island Records. She was signed to the label by Island Records President, Darcus Beese earlier this year.
London-born Gabrielle has had an incredible career selling over 10 million records. Her hits over 20 years include the likes of the #1 ‘Rise’, ‘Give Me A Little More Time’, ‘Out Of Reach’, ‘Sunshine’ and ‘If You Ever.’ She has won two Brit Awards for Best Newcomer in 94 and Best Female in 97. She was also awarded an Ivor Novello in 2008 for Outstanding Song Collection. Gabrielle has also picked up two MOBO awards over the years, including one at the very first awards in 1996.


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