Cheryl Tweedy registers new track

LOS ANGELES – Cheryl Tweedy’s pop music comeback looks to be on track after she registered a new song with her friend Nicola Roberts.

Cheryl Tweedy has registered a new track ahead of her music comeback.

The 34-year-old singer is listed as a performer on the tune, ‘That’s My Song’, with her Girls Aloud bandmate said to be down as one of the writers alongside Triple 8 band member Iain James, who appeared in the group with Cheryl’s friend Kimberley Walsh’s husband Justin Scott. A source close to the ‘Call My Name’ hitmaker told The Sun Online: ‘’Cheryl is back in the studio and music is her main priority for 2018.’’

Music producer Fred Ball is also listed as working on the song.

In October, Nicola confirmed she had been penning tracks for her pal.

She told BANG Showbiz: ‘’I’m writing for Cheryl, and also for myself, so hopefully those songs are good enough to make it out into the world.’’

Cheryl took some time out when she was pregnant with her and boyfriend Liam Payne’s son Bear, who is now eight months old.

Earlier this month, the brunette beauty confirmed she had been in the studio with Nicola and producers Team Salut.

She took to Twitter to reply to the Afrobeat trio – made up of GKP, Mista Wood and T.I.M – after they thanked her for making their ‘’year’’ at the session.

Team Salut wrote on Twitter: ‘’Todays session has been the highlight of our year.

Cheryl replied: ‘’thank you for a great session you guys are amazing .. quick mathS. In 2014, she became the first British female solo artist to have five number one singles. Cheryl’s last album, ‘Only Human’, dropped in 2014, and spawned a titular single as well as ‘Crazy Stupid Love’ and ‘I Don’t Care’.

Her debut album ‘3 Words’ was released in 2009 and featured a single of the same name alongside

This comes just days after Liam teased fans he is to release a soundtrack song for the ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ movie alongside Rita Ora.

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