Today UK superstar Tulisa announces her long awaited and rightful return to the music scene with ‘Sweet Like Chocolate’, released via AATW Records/Universal on Friday 2nd September. Watch here.

Her first release in two years, ‘Sweet Like Chocolate’ finds Tulisa paying homage to the sounds that ignited her passion for music and made her one of the UK’s most talked about female stars ever.

Fusing pop, hip hop and garage, ‘Sweet Like Chocolate’ showcases Tulisa’s distinctive vocals as she reinvigorates Shanks & Bigfoot’s 2000 hit chorus of the same name. The track is produced by SOS and features rap star Akelle of smash R&B trio WSTRN.

Tulisa says: “I’ve taken the chorus of an old school classic and written around it. It’s one of the most loved tracks of the 90s, and one of my favourite songs as a child. It was amazing to remake and rewrite a song like ‘Sweet Like Chocolate’, it feels like a good way to come back.”

The video for ‘Sweet Like Chocolate’, shot by Daps (Iggy Azalea, Kenrick Lamar, Jordan Sparks) shows a stunning and playful Tulisa enjoying a hot Ibiza summer with her friends by the pool, on quadbikes and flyboarding in the sea.

Tulisa first shot to fame as a member of multi platinum selling band N-Dubz. During this time she achieved two platinum albums and won 4 MOBO Awards. She has since established herself as a major star in her own right, with a smash No.1 solo single ‘Young’, numerous awards and a successful stint as judge on The X Factor where she mentored two of the shows biggest success stories, Ella Henderson and Little Mix.



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