Movie star Brittany Murphy recorded her first studio music sessions anonymously, because she wanted to know whether she really had the talent needed to become a pop star.
The Just Married actress booked a Los Angeles recording studio, backing singers, session musicians and an engineer under a pseudonym and then sent 'white label' copies of her hip-hop and jazz tunes to two nameless New York producers.
She says, "I wanted to test the waters first and so I recorded anonymously."
Murphy now hopes to release her debut album next year (05).
She joins a growing list of movie stars heading into recording studios for the first time - Minnie Driver, Juliette Lewis, Lindsay Lohan and Toni Collette are all set to release their first albums in the next 12 months.09/08/2004 09:24
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