What happened to shontelle?

What happened to shontelle?

Shontelle parted ways with Universal Motown and then signed with Universal Republic to release her third album. But after that label shut down, she was moved to Republic Records. With all this moving around, it’s no wonder she couldn’t release any music. Today, she’s no longer with Republic Records.

Did James Arthur steal impossible from Shontelle?

It was certified gold by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) in Denmark, for selling 15,000 copies. On 16 December 2012, “Impossible” re-entered the UK Singles Chart at number 22 after James Arthur won The X Factor and released the song as his winner’s single.

Who sang impossible originally?

James Arthur

Who wrote the song Impossible by Shontelle?

Arnthor Birgisson
Ina Wroldsen

Is shontelle related to Rihanna?

Shontelle and Rihanna have a past. Other than the fact they’re both from Barbados, they were in Cadets Corp together in Barbados. Aside from being cadets together, Shontelle and Rihanna have also worked together. In fact, she co-wrote Rihanna’s song “Man Down” from her fifth studio album, “Loud.”

Was shontelle a drill sergeant?

If it’s difficult to imagine Rihanna taking orders from a drill sergeant, just ask her friend, the R&B singer Shontelle. “I was actually Rihanna’s drill sergeant,” said Shontelle. “It was fun; we were both in Cadets Corp together in Barbados.

Why was Arthur dropped?

After his victory in the 2012 TV contest, the 28-year-old hitmaker was dropped by SyCo after a number of fallouts over lyrics and his behaviour on Twitter. James made headlines in 2013 after making homophobic slurs at rapper Micky Worthless during their infamous feud.

Who sang Impossible Dream first?

Richard Kiley
The Impossible Dream (The Quest)/Artists

Who sang run to you in 1985?

Bryan Adams
Run To You/Artists

Was Shontelle a drill sergeant?

How old is Shontelle?

36 years (October 4, 1985)

Was Rihanna an army cadet?

Rihanna was an army cadet in a sub-military programme, where the later Barbadian singer-songwriter Shontelle was her drill sergeant. Although she initially wanted to graduate from high school, she chose to pursue a musical career instead.