Kylie Confirms Xenomania Collaboration
Kylie Minogue has confirmed she is collaborating with pop producers Xenomania on her upcoming album.
Kylie Minogue is working with Xenomania.
The 'In My Arms' singer has confirmed that she has worked with the group - made up of Brian Higgins and Miranda Cooper - on her upcoming LP.
Xenomania are responsible for the entire back catalogue of Girls Aloud, as well as collaborations with Sophie Ellis Bextor, the Pet Shop Boys and Cher.
The 41-year-old Australian wrote on her twitter micro-blog: "Been in the studio again...this time with Xenomania!! Worked w so many great people so far...whooop!!!...more and more songs for you all!!!(sic)"
The star has worked with a number of big names on the upcoming album - the follow up to 2007's 'X' - including Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters, Calvin Harris and Nerina Pallot.
In addition to recording her eleventh solo album, Kylie has also contributed vocals for the Simon Cowell charity single 'Everybody Hurts', the proceeds of which will go to help those affected by the earthquake in Haiti.