With everything scary happening in the world theses days, it’s great to have some hopeful news, even if it’s something small. For me, that’s reading a few articles reporting Kylie Minogue is working on a new album!

While it’s still very early in the process, Kylie’s confirmed it won’t be country, having said “I feel a bit of disco coming on next.” Yay! A few colaborators have been mentioned. They include writers Sky Adams (who contributed a few tracks to Golden), Maegan Cottone, producers Alex Gaudino and Mousse T.

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The website Music-News also reported:

“The ‘Love At First Sight’ singer also wants to work with Calvin Harris again.

The Scottish DJ produced the tracks ‘In My Arms’ and ‘Heart Beat Rock’ on her 2007 LP ‘X’, when he was just starting out, and she would love to team up with him now he’s at the top of his game, whilst she also admitted she is still a huge fan of his breakout tune ‘Acceptable in the 80s’.

She said: “I’ve not worked with Calvin since he became Calvin Harris.

“I worked with him when he had to stop and have a drink because he was so nervous coming into the studio.
“He was still making records in his bedroom!

“But I would like to revisit that, his work is amazing.””

A re-teaming of Kylie and Harris would be amazing! is one of my favorite albums, and their work together is simply amazing! 2020- X part 2? Yes, yes please!

There are also unsubstantiated rumors of Mark Ronson and Nile Rodgers, but I don’t find those to be as realistic, if not compelling.

Sometimes, it’s the little things in life that get you through the day. Between politics and pandemics, the gittery-glimmer of new Kylie on the horizon brought a smile to my face. I hope it does to you too.

Sources:

https://www.gaytimes.co.uk/culture/133226/kylie-minogue-confirms-new-album-and-says-it-wont-be-country-music/

https://www.music-news.com/news/UK/129078/Kylie-Minogue-is-working-on-new-music-with-one-of-Little-Mix-s-songwriters

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