Former Pussycat Doll, Nicole Scherzinger, is still on the search for her big comeback single. After releasing two warmly-received tracks from her upcoming album Big Fat Lie -- which is entirely produced by the always reliable Dream & Tricky Stewart combination, by the way -- she takes another stab at chart success with "Run." A decidedly different route than the last two singles, this piano-driven balled puts emphasis on Scherzinger's vocal abilities rather than her sex appeal, allowing the singer to reminisce on a love lost with convincing remorse. It's sounding like a step in the right direction.
Will the radio "Run" to this new track or does Scherzinger still have some work to do before Big Fat Lie gets a release date? Let us know what you think.
He's got this perfect way about him
He'll make you think that you'll come first
But you'll get lost in the challenge
Of trying not to get hurt
Here's advice for the next one: