Singer Dionne Warwick had little trouble summoning partners for her upcoming duets album. That’s what friends are for.
She’s paired with Alicia Keys, Ne-Yo and Stevie Wonder on Feels So Good, a duets album set for release in May. The Grammy Hall of Famer also links voices with Ziggy Marley andCee Lo Green on the 10-track project, a combination of new songs and classic covers.
Warwick, 72, worked with producers Swizz Beatz, Jack Splash, Jesse “Corporal” Wilson and her son, Damon Elliott. Feels So Good will be released on the newly formed Damon Elliott Music Group label in partnership with Caroline. In addition to scoring numerous films, Elliott has worked with Beyoncé, Pink, Gwen Stefani andChristina Aguilera.
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“I’m thrilled to release a new project with some of today’s great singers and songwriters,” Warwick said in a statement. “Throughout my career, I’ve always enjoyed creating music through collaboration and this experience has been no different. The fresh energy with these artists, producers and my new label is truly inspiring.”
Warwick has sold more than 150 million records in a career stretching back 50-plus years. Best known for such hits as That’s What Friends Are For, Alfie, Walk On By,(Theme From) Valley of the Dolls and I Say a Little Prayer, she’s had 56 singles reach the Billboard Hot 100.
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