The Detroit Celebrity Examiner reported Feb. 23 that Britney Spears doesn't sing on her own album and Star magazine reported on Feb. 23 with the release of their March 4 issue that Spears may not even know she’s been duped. On Feb. 24 new information came to light from Myah Marie Fans Twitter. In the new issue of Star magazine, Murray Langston, the father of Myah Marie, stated that his daughter was a singer for Britney Spears and that she has a “knack” for sounding just like Britney. The article went on to make it sound like he was admitting Myah was the lead vocalist; not Britney.
Britney’s management team had told Planet Hollywood Casino & Resort in Las Vegas that Britney does not sing live during concerts. It has also been reported that this is the reason for the delay in the contract. Last week female rapper, Eve, commented and later retracted a statement regarding Britney’s voice not being the voice on a Wil.i.am track “Scream & Shout.” With all this speculation it is easy to be curious.
Fans and haters have no reason to be curious. Myah Marie and her father have made a statement. It is up to the readers to make their own decisions.
@ChrystalMahan …..Sadly Star Magazine & RadarOnline mis-quoted her father. #Gossip
@ChrystalMahan Myah & her father have responded to the claims. Her father says “I said my daughter Myah sang bg." read http://www.myahmarie.co.uk
On her blog, Myah Marie confronts Radar and Star magazine stating that her father’s quotes were taken out of context. The fact is, Myah sings background. Nothing more.
On Breath Heavy Myah is quoted:
“While I am so grateful for the opportunity to provide background vocals for Britney Spears on a small number of her most recent works, I most certainly cannot take credit for her tremendous talent as a singer. She is a veritable “living legend” with a longstanding reputation for excellence in all aspects of her artistry. She is my idol and I have nothing but the utmost respect and admiration for her.”
So there you have it. Case solved.
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