Kylie Minogue ‘turns to a coun­try sound on new al­bum’

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Kylie Minogue is mov­ing to­wards a coun­try mu­sic sound on her come­back al­bum. The 49-year-old star has been record­ing in Nashville with top coun­try writ­ers and pro­duc­ers, and Kylie is re­port­edly ex­plor­ing a no­tice­ably dif­fer­ent sound on her new al­bum. A source told The Sun news­pa­per: “Kylie is ex­plor­ing all dif­fer­ent types of op­tions at the mo­ment. “She’s al­ways ap­pre­ci­ated the coun­try sound and po­ten­tially mix­ing the genre with her clas­sic pop sound is an ex­cit­ing prospect.” The Aus­tralian star, who is best known for her catchy pop tunes, has re­cently been in the stu­dio with Gram­my­win­ning pro­ducer Nathan Chap­man, who has pre­vi­ously worked with the likes of Tay­lor Swift and Sha­nia Twain. Last month, mean­while, it was re­ported that Kylie would open up about her split from Joshua Sasse on her new al­bum. The ‘Spin­ning Around’ hit­maker called time on her ro­mance with Joshua in Fe­bru­ary and it’s been sug­gested that fans can ex­pect to hear ex­actly what went wrong when the star re­leases her up­com­ing record. A source pre­vi­ously said: “Kylie’s al­bum will give fans fly-on-the-wall ac­cess to what hap­pened be­tween her and Josh. “She has gone into se­ri­ous de­tail on some of the songs and it has helped her make sense of ev­ery­thing. “It was ob­vi­ously a very tough time but throw­ing her­self into mu­sic has been an amaz­ing help. “It looks like her al­bum could be her most po­lit­i­cal yet too, with talk of tracks cov­er­ing is­sues like LGBT rights. “Kylie just wants to make an al­bum that will start con­ver­sa­tions.”

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