The Entertainer (Alesha Dixon album)

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The Entertainer
Studio album by
Released19 November 2010
Recorded2010
Genre
Length41:14
Label
Producer
Alesha Dixon chronology
'The Alesha Show
(2008)
The Entertainer 'Do It for Love
(2015)
Singles from The Entertainer
  1. "Drummer Boy"
    Released: 23 August 2010
  2. "Take Control"
    Released: 31 October 2010
  3. "Radio"
    Released: 28 November 2010
  4. "Every Little Part of Me"
    Released: 27 February 2011

The Entertainer is the third studio album by English recording artist Alesha Dixon. It was released on 26 November 2010 in the United Kingdom by Asylum Records. It was released by Atlantic Records in the United States. The album was originally called Unleashed but was renamed to The Entertainer instead. The Entertainer was the second album that Dixon used her first name instead of her full name. The first was 2006's Fired Up. Dixon also rapped on some of the songs. The album has an American precision pop beat feel to it.[1] It is a club record with the same kind of songs Britney and Lady GaGa love to sing.

Track listing[change | change source]

The Entertainer – Standard version
No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "Baddest Chick"  
3:36
2. "Radio"  Naughty Boy 3:04
3. "Every Little Part of Me" (featuring Jay Sean)
  • Michael Hannides
  • Anthony Hannides
  • Alan Sampson
  • Jay Sean
Slick & Magic 3:21
4. "Take Control" (with Roll Deep)
  • Ardom Ali
  • L. Atherty
  • Daniel J. Baker
  • J. Black
  • Richard Cowie
  • Johnny Dunne
  • Joe Hirst
  • Matthew Reid
  • R. Williams
  • Vicky Akintola
  • K. Alexander
  • S. Charles
  • Baker
  • Joe Hirst
  • Johnny Dunne
4:25
5. "Drummer Boy"  
  • Shama Joseph
  • Walka
  • Deodrick Jackson
  • James Riles
Joseph 3:45
6. "The Entertainer"  
  • Hannides
  • Hannides
Slick & Magic 3:40
7. "Colour"  
  • Hannides
  • Hannides
  • Alan Sampson
  • Slick & Magic
  • Sampson
2:58
8. "Tug of War"  
  • Dixon
  • Romulus
  • Yip
  • Reeves
  • Walka
Stereotypes 3:43
9. "On Top"  
  • Romulus
  • Yip
  • Reeves
  • Heather Bright
Stereotypes 3:25
10. "La La La"  
busbee 2:48
11. "Cool with Me"  
Gad 3:42
12. "Radio" (Klaas Remix Edit) (featuring Wiley) (bonus track)
  • Khan
  • Sandé
  • Scurr
  • Cowie
  3:37

References[change | change source]

  1. Sarah-Louise James (23 November 2010). "Review - Alesha Dixon: The Entertainer". Daily Star. Retrieved 17 September 2015.