Visa

Album: The Female Boss (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • This Wiley-featuring track had a mixed response when Tulisa first played it to her record company, but she was insistent that it should be included on The Female Boss. "I have full creative control over my music - thank God!," she told Digital Spy. "There's one song I want to release after the album comes out that 50% of the people I've played it to don't think I should put out. I personally love it, as do my closest friends, and I think it will appeal to a certain culture of people. It's called 'Visa' and it's one of my favourite tracks on the album."
  • The song was originally recorded by N-Dubz for their 2010 album, Love.Live.Life, but didn't make the final tracklist.

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