Susan Boyle is celebrating a decade in the music industry with her stunning new album TEN, available for pre-order today. The 17-track album features her favorite recordings from the past ten years and four never-heard-before tracks, which in her own inimitable style, she has chosen to keep a surprise for her fans.
Susan’s eighth studio album continues to cement her status as the most successful recording artist from the Got Talent brand and heralds a huge twelve months for the artist. January 2019 saw Susan step back into the public eye when she performed her iconic rendition of “Wild Horses” on America’s Got Talent: The Champions, and saw her receive the coveted golden buzzer, sending her straight into the finals. On Monday February 11, her next performance of “I Dreamed A Dream” airs on NBC, check it out here.
“I am really proud of this album, it has my favorite tracks from over the years and I hope you get as much joy out of it as I have had working on it and choosing the songs,” Susan says about TEN. “I’m a lady who likes to surprise, which is why I want to keep the four new songs a secret for now and give you something to look forward to! We live in a time where there are very few surprises anymore. I promise you won’t be disappointed.”
TEN was produced in Glasgow by Cliff Masterson and Steve Anderson. The duo, have worked with Susan on her last four albums and are known for their work with Lionel Richie, Kylie Minogue, Emeli Sande and Westlife to name a few.
The remarkable story of Susan Boyle proves time and time again that there is more to this woman than just being a fleeting reminder to “never to judge a book by its cover”. Ten years ago, she stepped on to the BGT audition stage, dazzled her way through “I Dreamed A Dream” and in the blink of an eye went from unknown to global star. Her list of achievements is compelling with over 23 million albums sold, 227 million audio streams and over 650 million YouTube views. In 2009 Susan’s audition video was the most watched YouTube video ever beating President Obama’s inauguration five times over. She has received two Grammy nominations, 3 Guinness World Records, no.1 albums in 40 plus countries, 128 platinum and gold album certifications and ranked amongst the likes of Beyoncé, Adele and Taylor Swift, by having three or more no.1 albums in the UK – one of only 17 female artists in the history of the UK charts to do so.