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She landed her first major breakthrough as a songwriter, co-writing Rihanna's song, "Cheers (Drink to That)", featured on Rihanna's fifth studio album Loud, released on November 12, 2010 on Def Jam Recordings.
"Cheers" features a vocal hook performed by LP (taken from Avril Lavigne's "I'm with You"). It gives you a great feeling inside like you want to go out and have a drink. People can't wait for the weekend." LP's major label songwriting breakthroughs continued, as she co-wrote "Beautiful People", performed by Christina Aguilera.
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On the record, she collaborated with songwriter and music producer Linda Perry. However, due to artistic differences she left the contract.
She signed with So Be Entertainment in 2007, an independent record label, with the album tracks she had written at the major label.
In September 2011, she signed a deal with Warner Bros. Shortly after, "Into the Wild", written and performed by LP, was prominently used in a Citibank national television advertisement campaign.
In April 2012, she released her first major label album Into the Wild: Live at East West Studios, a five-song live extended play, and started touring extensively including festivals such as SXSW, Over the following two years, she completed the recording of her third album that included collaborations with Billy Steinberg, Isabella "Machine" Summers (from Florence and the Machine), Josh Alexander, Claude Kelly, Justyn Pilbrow, Carl Ryden and Rob Kleiner.