Duffy looks for new hip hop sound
Fans of the retro sounds of Duffy may be surprised by a change in direction for the singer as she has stated her new album has a hip hop sound.
The Welsh performer told BBC Radio One's Newsbeat that moving to New York to record her new album Endlessly allowed her to work with new people and explore new sounds.
Among them were the music writer Albert Hammond - the composer behind the songs When I Need You and The Air That I Breathe - and American hip hop group The Roots.
"It's a kind of a combination of different worlds there," she told the news service.
The follow-up to her worldwide smash hit and multi-platinum selling record Rockferry is released on November 29th 2010 and is preceded by new single Well Well Well on November 21st.
Other new tracks on her record are to include My Boy, Lovestruck and Don't Forsake Me.
By Jemma Howard
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