Not sure if it’s just to sell the new album or if he generally is opening up about his craziness over the past few years!
Following the weekend’s Olympics Closing Ceremony, Jessie J has revealed to fans that she’s back in the studio working on her new album.
The ‘Price Tag’ star took to Twitter to post a photo of herself busy at work hinting to fans that a new album could be due sooner than expected.
“I’m back,” Jessie posted alongside the picture of a recording studio mixing desk.
Earlier this year the singer confirmed that she had already started writing new music and was excited to get back in the studio to begin work on the follow-up to her 2011 debut Who You Are.
During Sunday’s ceremony Jessie joined Tinie and Taio Cruz for a joint performance and also sang ‘We Will Rock You’ with Queen.
”Watching The Closing Ceremony back with happy tears streaming down my face :),” Jessie wrote yesterday.
“So honoured to be a part of such a huge part of British History and to perform with Tinie, Taio and the incredible legendary Queen. #wewillrockyou #london2012.”
Katy Perry has revealed that her next album will include inspiration from her divorce from comedian Russell Brand.
But don’t worry it won’t be a tearjerker like Adele’s 21. The ‘Part Of Me’ singer is currently working on ideas for the follow-up to Teenage Dream and like her recent documentary, it will feature details of her divorce from comedian Russell Brand.
“I would love to just let it be the black box of who I am,” Katy told Capital FM. Perry said the album will be ‘a lot darker’ than her previous releases.
“I’d never devote a whole record to heartbreak,” she stated. “I’m happy, I’m in a good place, I’m looking forward to my future”.
Last week her ex-husband Russell Brand revealed that he wanted to have children with his then-wife and she didn’t because of her career.
The ‘Get Him To The Greek’ star was talking to Howard Stern about his 14-month marriage to Katy, which was finalised last weekend, where he revealed his plans to start a family but the timing wasn’t right for the ‘California Gurls’ singer.
Russell, 37, explained: “She’s young, successful and dedicated. [The reality is] you can’t fully understand it until you do it. I was really into the idea ofmarriage and having children.”
The SODMG leader reveals the follow-up to 2010’s “The DeAndre Way.”
Soulja Boy has announced his upcoming fourth album Promise, releasing at the top of the year in 2012.
During an interview with The BoomBox, the 21-year-old revealed the project, which will serve as the follow-up to his poorly received 2010 album The DeAndre Way. “Right now I’m working on my new album,” he said. “It’s called Promise — my fourth album to release from Interscope Records. It’ll be in stores top of 2012. I want everybody to support.”
Though SB is often criticized for being too simplistic, he assures that the new album will convey growth. “[The album is] just really showing the growth and maturity of Soulja Boy,” he continued. “It’s going to be dope. It’s going to be lot of great records on it, a lot of dope features, a lot of great production. I want all my fans to check it out.”
To be honest…I think he hit his peak with Soulja Boy Tellem Superman that ho* track! Can’t see what else he can do…
The Harajuku Barbie is currently in the studio working on the follow-up to “Pink Friday.”
Having released her platinum debut Pink Friday in November 2010, Nicki Minaj is already at work on its follow-up, due in the first quarter of 2012. During an interview with Billboard.com, Cash Money co-CEO and founder Birdman said that the rapstress is back in the studio recording her sophomore album, which may arrive as early as the first few months of the New Year.
“Nicki’s back in the studio, so we’re looking to drop Nicki in the first quarter,” said Baby, stating that a single could be out by the end of the year. “Maybe this year? I don’t know. […] We’re really thinking it out. But she’s in the studio, and we’re looking real soon, because she’s ready to go and we’re ready to go with her.”
Cash Money most recently released Drake’s Take Care, with plans to put out new albums from itslatest signee Busta Rhymes, Birdman and Jay Sean.
No news about Mystikal then? Smh
Having already collaborated with Raekwon and Kanye West, Justin Bieber is netting a few more rap features for his upcoming album Believe, the follow-up to last year’s My World 2.0.
During an interview with Capital FM (via Rap-Up), Biebs revealed that his forthcoming set will tout guest appearances from Drake and Yeezy. “I’m working with a lot of cool people. I’m working with Kanye. Drake is gonna work on the album with me and a lot of different artists,” he said.
Additionally, the teen star has worked with Bangladesh, Danja and Kevin Cossom. He will next release his Christmas album Under the Mistletoe, which features guest appearances from Busta Rhymes, Usher, Mariah Carey and more.
As if he needs any of them on his album though…like really, this kid was a millionaire before he started puberty!
Rihanna has confirmed that her sixth studio album will drop this autumn. The songstress confirmed last week that she was working on the follow-up to Loud, however, she refused to give anymore details.
Now, it seems that RiRi has been working hard in the studio because the album will be coming sooner than expected. Flooded by pleas from her fans on Twitter to provide more information, RiRi revealed that the album will drop before the end of this year, replying to a question: “THIS FALL.”
Despite currently performing on her Loud tour, RiRi will not be slowing down any time soon. When a fan asked when she will be taking a well-deserved break, she replied: “Yes, when I’m tired.”
Yes! Some more bedroom music soon come!
Doris Day, the legendary American actress and singer, is set to release her new album ‘My Heart’ next month – 17 years since her last record. The entertainer, now 87-years-old, will release the re-mastered recordings featuring new material and cover songs on 5th September 2011.
Born in Ohio in 1924, the singer had her first hit record ‘Sentimental Journey’ in 1945. She rose to become one of the biggest stars in Hollywood and received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in ‘Pillow Talk’. Speaking to the UK’s Yorkshire Post about her new record, Doris said, “It was brought to my attention that the recordings were in storage and Sony was interested in releasing them. So I listened to them and at first had some misgivings, but after they were re-mastered, I liked them and hoped my fans would too”. The singer has spent her later life working on animal rights projects and admits she doesn’t listen to any contemporary artists – except for one Canadian crooner, saying, “I think Michael Buble is marvellous but perhaps that’s because he sings in the style I’m so familiar with”.
Doris Day’s upcoming album features the track ‘Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries’, which was produced by her son Terry who died in 2004.
Now that’s what I call LONGEVITY!!!!
Here’s a little reminder incase you don’t remember who Doris is (Slap Yourself if you don’t!!):
Matt Cardle has revealed that his debut album will be called ‘Letters’. (FINALLY!!)
The X Factor winner had bided his time in releasing any music, with only ‘When We Collide’ as his only release to date. However that will change on October 17th when he releases his debut album.
‘Letters’ is said to be inspired by the likes of Snow Patrol and Coldplay. Speaking to The Sun, Matt said the song ‘All For Nothing’ was: “recorded it after a couple of cups of tea and a few cigarettes so it’s quite raw.”
Matt had previously been keen to embrace his rock side and has worked with song writer Guy Chambers on the album.
I look forward to this album…I am a fan of anyone who is seriously talented and so humble at the same time!
Dizzee Rascal has said that he is interested in working with Foo Fighters on his next album.
The ‘Bonkers’ rapper has long been a rock music fan and often cites Nirvana, the former band of Foo’s singer Dave Grohl, as a major influence on his music. Discussing plans for his next album with The Sun, Dizzee also revealed he’d love to work with Kanye West and Outkast’s Andre 3000.
“I’d like to to work with Kanye West and Andre 3000 but Dave Grohl is the one – I met him last year and he was really cool.” said Dizzee.
Explaining, “I’ve loved him since his Nirvana days. I love the way he carries himself. He refused to live in the shadow of Nirvana. He’s carved his own thing.”
“I’d love for Dave to produce a track, or just get his perspective and get some of the s*** he knows. Next album, I’d love to.”
Dizzee Rascal has previously said that he will make his return to the music scene in 2012.
Now this should be interesting!