Kylie Minogue ‘ropes in Girls Aloud songwriters for comeback’June 23rd, 2009 - 3:12 pm ICT by ANI
London, June 23 (ANI): Kylie Minogue has reportedly roped in songwriters behind the success of Girls Aloud for her big comeback.
The Aussie singer was said to have asked hit-making duo Xenomania, who helped the all girls band score 20 consecutive Top Ten singles, to pen smashes for her next album.
“Kylie has been a huge fan of Xenomania for ages,” The Sun quoted a source as saying.
“With the girls off pursuing solo plans before their next album, she feels the time is right to work with the team who provided them with such staggering success,” the source added.
Xenomania, producers Brian Higgins and Miranda Cooper, previously teamed up with Kylie on her 2005 single Giving You Up, which grabbed the No 6 spot in the charts.
The source added: “Kylie wants to come back with a bang. Her last album, X, sold quite well but it wasn’t the triumphant return to form many people hoped for.
“By working with Xenomania she hopes she can create a really coherent album which will connect her right back to the pop market.” (ANI)
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