Pop singer/songwriter Natasha Bedingfield is closing 2010 with a bang.
Not only has she recently teamed up with heavyhitters in both country and hip-hop music, specifically Rascal Flatts and Nicki Minaj, the British songstress will also be releasing her third studio LP, "Strip Me," on Dec. 7. Leading up to the release, Bedingfield has given Billboard.com readers an exclusive first listen to a track titled "Can't Fall Down" off the forthcoming set. Listen below.
"The album's called 'Strip Me' because it's all about stripping it down to who we are as humans," Bedingfield told Billboard.com a couple of weeks back. "We're united about our needs, our desires and our pain, all the different things we go through together. 'Strip Me' felt like it explains what the songs are about more than any other title I could think of. So it has a double meaning, but I think people kind of know me enough to know what I mean by it."
Video Below: Bedingfield talks about 'Strip Me' with Billboard.
Natasha Bedingfield broke into the scene in 2004 with her solo debut, "Unwritten," from which the title track became the theme song for the MTV reality show "The Hills." Since then she's released 2008's stateside follow-up, "Pocketful of Sunshine."
Bedingfield is planning to tour in 2011 to promote "Strip Me," although no dates have been set yet.