Kylie Minogue, fourtheenth studio album | New single produced by Sigala!


After spending a joyful Kylie Christmas, and releasing a divine track for Galavant‘s TV show, Goddess of pop Kylie Minogue is back to the work.

The “Aphrodite” of love has been working in the studio with frequent collaborator Guy Chambers on some new music which is expected to be included on her upcoming fourteenth studio album of her career, which arrives later this year via BMG UK.

Chambers is responsible for some of her old-school gems like “Your Disco Needs You“. Remember that in her recent interview with Idolator (made by my friend Mike Wass), the singer revealed that she could work with some friends like Richard Stannard and Karen Poole.

In April 2016, Kylie has been working in the studio with hitmaker Bonnie McKee and producer Cutfather, who worked within K’s global smash “Get Outta My Way” back in 2010.

During a recent interview with GayTimes, Kylie has confirmed that her next pop album arrives sometime this year and she will be touring again to support it. She said: “In 2017, I’d like to make a new pop album and even think about touring again“.

The first single is apparently produced by Sigala. According to a recent interview with The Sun, the producer and hitmaker confirmed:

The song has a ‘Spinning Around’ vibe, and it’s influenced a lot by the nineties. It’s cool that it sounds throwback but it needs to sound modern as well to take Kylie’s career forward

 

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Tracklist:

 

  • TBA

 

Confirmed/Recorded/Registered/Leaked tracks:

 

  • Acid Min (from “X” sessions) LEAKED
  • Sugar High (from “Kiss Me Once” sessions) LEAKED
  • Voodoo (from “Kiss Me Once” seassions) LEAKED

 

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