Kylie Minogue is reportedly back in the studio working on new material.
The hitmaker “I Should Be So Lucky” – who is due to release an “Extended Remixes” edition of her 2020 album “Disco” on Friday (10.12.21) – was reportedly in a London studio last week to start writing her next collection. .
According to The Sun’s Weird column, Kylie worked with songwriter Biff Stannard, with whom she collaborated on “Love At First Sight” and “In Your Eyes.”
She is said to have also been joined by Duck Blackwell, who previously teamed up with Olly Murs and The Wanted.
Although the 53-year-old star is set to return to Melbourne, Australia over the “coming weeks” report claims she “is already thinking about her next album, that she wants to have an electro sound. -pop”.
Kylie – worked on ‘Disco’ during the coronavirus lockdown – built a studio in her London home and previously admitted the recording process was a bit chaotic.
The ‘Can’t Get You Out of My Head’ hitmaker said: “I think if there had been some kind of wall camera it would have been a comedy.
“I mean, I’m trying to sort out the sound absorber, what song goes where, lots of YouTube tutorials on Google and calling a friend.”
And she revealed that at one point, she wondered if all her effort was worth it.
She explained, “There was a point during the lockdown and during all of this where I guess the album maybe sort of finished. And I was like, what does that mean? is the point? There is so much going on in the world and there are no discos open.
“But the main question that kind of reassured me to continue was, ‘What am I going to achieve if I don’t release him?’ And the answer, it’s really simple, was absolutely nothing. So we stayed with “Disco”. “