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Katy B planning Ibiza tracks
Katy B is going to record new music in Ibiza.
The 'Easy Please Me' hitmaker will be visiting the Spanish party island for nightclub appearances multiple times this summer, but won't take any time off as she intends to set up a studio so she can work on new tracks.
She told BANG Showbiz: "My diary is chock-a-block. Although I know I am going to Ibiza like four times to perform this year so I think we are going to try and set up a studio in a villa or something so I can record some new stuff. There's no time of just sit around."
However the situation suits the 22-year-old Brit because she doesn't like resting easy.
She added: "I get bored anyway! I get guilty if I'm just sitting round watching 'Jeremy Kyle' or something. I'm a 'Come Dine With Me' fan, actually."
Discussing her newfound fame, Katy admits it is her friends who benefit the most because they get to enjoy the same perks without having to worry about performing.
She said: "My friends are loving it because they get to come to loads of concerts for free."Posted on 14 Jun 2011 08:30 to category : Music News
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