SIR Mick Jagger is set to record a second collaboration with soul singer Joss Stone for a new charity album.
The Rolling Stones legend teamed up with Stone for 2004 track Lonely Without You, which was featured in Jude Law's movie remake Alfie.
And now the pair is reportedly set to come together again to contribute to an album supporting the United Nations' (U.N.) International Day of Peace on 21 September (09), according to British newspaper The Sun.
A source tells the publication, "Joss and Mick hit it off when they worked with producer Dave Stewart on the Alfie soundtrack. So there were hoping to collaborate again. When this project was suggested they were keen to get on board, especially considering the glittering cast of other musicians involved."
Other artists said to be working on the record include U2 frontman Bono and rapper Nas.