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Singer and songwriter Cher went off on social media, saying that her record label Warner Bros. Records "hasn't got a great deal of interest in my CD." She went on to say that the company doesn't seem to care that much about her current project.
Cher's latest album has been getting traction both with her fans and new fans who were exposed to her music when she sang "Woman's World" on NBC's hit reality competition The Voice.
The singer has been with Warner Bros. Records since 1996 and is known for her hits such as, "If I Could Turn Back Time," "Believe" and "Strong Enough."
Great Deal of Interest In My CD. Not ALL,THERE R HARD WORKING ADORABLE PPL.,But Decision Makers Don’t Seem 2CareThat Much. It’s Ok YHSTLOM
— Cher (@cher) February 6, 2014
Closer to the Truth is the most recent album from Cher and was released in September, Billboard reported. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard charts.
This marked the highest debut for one of her solo albums ever, according to the Daily Mail.
Closer to the Truth has sold over 285,000 copies in the U.S. since it has been released, Billboard added. The album features two chart topping singles, "Woman's World" and "Take It Like a Man."
Listen to "Woman's World" here:
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