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Rebecca Ferguson: "I want a hit single"

Rebecca Ferguson has admitted that he would love one of her tracks to become a hit single.

The singer's highest charting song to date was her 2011 debut 'Nothing's Real but Love', which reached No. 10 in the UK.

However, her subsequent singles have varied in success, with 2012's 'Glitter & Gold' only hitting No. 116.

Ferguson is unleashing her latest single 'All That I've Got' on March 2 and she told Digital Spy that she hopes the tune will do well.

When asked if the song might change people's perception that Ferguson is more of an album artist, she said:

"It's funny because some people don't understand that - that some people sell an album rather than a single. I always found that at home people ask about single charts and if you're not in the industry you don't understand that aspect of it. I'm hoping this charts well - I want a hit single now."

Watch Rebecca Ferguson perform her new single below:

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