Lemar has pulled back the release of his new album 'The Hits' to March 8 after Record company bosses learned that the word 'Hits' was missing from the cover.
British R&B star Lemar was forced to delay the release of his latest album - because the wrong record name was printed on the cover. The "Dance (With U)" hitmaker, who was discovered on British talent show "Fame Academy" in 2002, was due to release "The Hits" compilation on Monday, March 1.
But it will be hitting the shops a week later, on March 8 now - after record company bosses noticed the printers had missed off the word 'Hits' from the title, leaving just 'The' as the album's name.
Although he reached third place in "Fame Academy", Lemar succeed in winning contract with Sony Records. He then released his first studio album "Dedicated" in 2003. His second single "Dance (With U)" reached a second place on the UK Singles Chart in early 2003. The next year, he won Best Urban Act at BRIT Awards.