Kylie Minogue's club al­bum

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Kylie Minogue's new al­bum looks set to be filled with club bangers. The Aus­tralian pop star has teamed up with a whole host of dance­floor filler mak­ers in­clud­ing 'Hot Right Now' hit­maker DJ Fresh, Dutch dance duo TV Noise and song­writer Karen Poole, for her first stu­dio al­bum since 2014's 'Kiss Me Once'. Shar­ing a pic­ture in the stu­dio with Kylie's team, DJ Fresh - whose real name Daniel Stein - cap­tioned the photo posted on Twit­ter: "Fallen An­gels week with Kylie Minogue & Karen Poole! @FaithGuitars @kylieminogue @tvnoise­mu­sic @thecorentinlfr (sic)" The 49-year-old beauty is known for her huge dance an­thems, such as 'Can't Get You Out of My Head', 'Spin­ning Around' and 'Sex­er­cise', and looks set to re­turn to that same sound she's syn­ony­mous for. It comes af­ter DJ Si­gala re­vealed he has worked on a track with Kylie. The 'Easy Love' pro­ducer was over­whelmed when he found out the pop su­per­star fell in love with his song and is con­sid­er­ing re­leas­ing it as her come­back sin­gle. How­ever, de­spite re­ports say­ing Kylie is go­ing to go into depth about the end of her re­la­tion­ship with ex­fi­ance Joshua Sasse - whom she parted ways with in Fe­bru­ary - the 24-year-old hunk in­sists the song is up­beat and more about want­ing to know how the other per­son is feel­ing. Asked if he thinks she picked the track be­cause it re­lates to how she was feel­ing af­ter their break-up, Si­gala - whose real name is Bruce Fielder - ex­clu­sively told BANG Show­biz: "Yeah maybe. Maybe with­out think­ing about it. The song isn't a break-up song re­ally. It is just a tell me what you are feel­ing kind of song. "So it has a happy vibe to the lyrics as well. I guess it can be re­lated to a few dif­fer­ent sit­u­a­tions and she re­lated it to her's." Kylie re­cently signed a record deal with BMG and is said to be "bet­ter than ever" since ink­ing the deal, ac­cord­ing to la­bel boss Alex Cory-Smith. The blonde beauty - who parted ways with Jay Z's Roc Na­tion man­age­ment com­pany in 2015 fol­low­ing a se­ries of pro­fes­sional dis­ap­point­ments - joined her former Par­lophone boss Jamie Nel­son at the la­bel, fol­low­ing a fran­tic bid­ding war.

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