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Aretha Franklin begins work on new album

Los Angeles, Dec 25 (IANS) Singer Aretha Franklin has begun working on a new album with producer Babyface, which she hopes will get ready by February next year.

Dec 24 2012, 6:02pm CST | by

Aretha Franklin begins work on new album
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Los Angeles, Dec 25 — Singer Aretha Franklin has begun working on a new album with producer Babyface, which she hopes will get ready by February next year.

The legendary soul singer is working on an LP with songwriter-and-producer Babyface, who has previously worked with Madonna, Beyonce, Diana Ross, late Michael Jackson and Paula Abdul.

In an interview with Detroit television channel WDIV-TV, she said: "I'm working on a new album, Babyface is producing it. I'm just working on things we're going to be doing."

The 70-year-old singer will head into the studio to start work on the LP in "10 to 12 days", reports contactmusic.com.

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