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Glee’s Naya Rivera Lands Record Deal
As to be expected, another member of the cast of Glee has gotten a record deal. Any guesses which one? Forget it, I’ll just cut straight to the chase. The lucky singer/actress is Naya Rivera, who plays the cheerleader Santana. Currently, Rivera is on tour with the rest of the Glee cast, but once that wraps she’ll head into the studio begin recording her debut album with Columbia Records.
Rivera follows in the footsteps on two other cast members to branch out in to the solo realm. Matthew Morrison and Mark Salling have both released albums, making Rivera the first female cast member to strike out on her own. I think it takes a lot of guts to do this kind of thing, standing out by yourself without the help of those that made you famous in the first place. It’s risky and commendable.
This bit of news doesn’t excite me all that much, and with good reason. I’m not a fan of Glee. I appreciate what it does, but it’s not for me. But die hard fans will eat this up. You probably won’t purchase it, but you’ll at least download it to give it a listen. I’d be interested in seeing this tour that Glee is doing so I can hear how Rivera and the rest of the cast sound live. It’s hard to judge someones talent on a prerecorded track because there’s no much editing you can do to it. I’ve always liked live better than a recording.