by Casey Lewis
In what's shaping up to be a weekly (and seriously awesome) occurrence, Lea Michele has released yet another new tune off her debut album dropping March 4. "You're Mine" is a dreamy love ballad she wrote with Cory Monteith in mind. In this month's Teen Vogue cover story, Lea revealed, "My favorite song is, 100 percent, 'You're Mine.' I listened to it the other day-it was the one song I had the most emotional reaction to, just because that's my relationship with Cory." Aaaand, yeah, you're going to love it just as much as she does.
For those who aren't obsessively keeping tabs like we are, Lea's now unveiled roughly half of the 11-song track list, kicking off with first single "Cannonball", then karaoke-worthy "Battlefield," followed up by dance jam "Louder," and last week's newest, "What Is Love".
Oh, and also? There are still two weeks left until you can get your hands on Louder in its entireity. And while we're not psychics or anything, we feel pretty confident we'll hear a few more tracks before then.
In the meantime, enjoy this new gem.
- Arts & Entertainment
- Cory Monteith
- Lea Michele