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Pixie Lott: Stevie Wonder plays harmonica on new album
Pixie Lott has come a long way since she first hit the music scene as she has announced that she will be collaborating with two of the biggest music stars in the world on her second studio album.
The popstar told BBC Radio 1 that Motown legend Stevie Wonder and John Legend would feature on what she has described as a "feel good throwback record".
The 20-year-old revealed that Wonder has contributed in a very distinct way – he plays the harmonica.
R&B superstar Legend meanwhile features on "very vocal" piano track.
She told Radio 1: "I'm a massive fan of John Legend so I was really really excited and happy about that.
"I've been such a massive fan [of Stevie Wonder] for so many years; it's crazy to actually see him in the flesh."
Lott also revealed her desire to go on a tour, which she wanted to be a "visual feast".
The singer's debut album, Turn It Up, came out in 2009.
Her new song All About Tonight made its first official debut on the Chris Moyles Show at the beginning of the week.
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Posted on 13 Jul 2011 14:27 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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