(Dublin, Ireland) Pop celebrity Sinead O'Connor's new reggae single, "How About I Be Me?," has quickly become one of the singer's most popular iTunes songs, ranking within her ten most downloaded iTunes singles in more than ten countries.
Within a short time since the song's Nov. 8, 2011 release date, the single has achieved constant rotation within global radio formats, propelling the song to become O'Connor's #1 iTunes download in Italy, France, Japan, Austria, Poland, New Zealand and the Netherlands, and her 2nd most popular iTunes download in Switzerland and Belgium. The song is currently ranked among her top ten downloads in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada and Australia.
The single – a melodic dance-club reggae anthem – will also be included on McGregor's upcoming various-artists compilation, titled "Club Dance Riddim," due for digital release this fall.
Sinead O'Connor has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide, and she won the "Best Alternative Music Performance" category at the 1991 Grammy Awards for her second album, "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got." Her first album, "The Lion and The Cobra" was nominated for "Best Female Rock Vocal Performance" at the 1989 Grammy Awards.
Her last album, "Theology," ranked within the top-twenty albums charts in the United States, Ireland and the United Kingdom, and was listed on the top 100 charts in France, Germany, Italy, Poland and Canada.
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