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alicia keys confirms duet with beyoncé
November 25, 2009, 9:45 am
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For a while now Alicia Keys has been hinting about having some superstar guests on her upcoming fourth album The Element Of Freedom, out December 14 through SonyBMG, and now it’s official. Queen bee Beyoncé continues her recent spate of collaborations by pairing up with Alicia for a duet called ‘Put It In A Love Song’, while newcomer Drake lends his pipes to the background of ‘Unthinkable (I’m Ready)’. Production on the fourteen-track album comes from longtime collaborator Kerry ‘Krucial’ Brothers plus Jeff Bhasker, Swizz Beatz and Noah ‘40’ Shebib. First single ‘Doesn’t Mean Anything’ is out November 30.

During the final UK show of her current tour behind 2008’s multi million-selling I Am…Sasha Fierce, Beyoncé announced that she is soon to begin work on her fourth solo album, saying that she hoped to be back in 2010 with a batch of new songs. Producer Rodney ‘Darkchild’ Jerkins confirmed his involvement on Twitter, saying that he was indeed working on some tracks for Ms Knowles.

 

The Element Of Freedom
01 Element Of Freedom (Intro)
02 Love Is Blind
03 Doesn’t Mean Anything
04 Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart
05 Wait Til You See My Smile
06 That’s How Strong My Love Is
07 Unthinkable (I’m Ready)
08 Love Is My Disease
09 Like The Sea
10 Put It In A Love Song
11 This Bed
12 Distance & Time
13 How It Feels To Fly
14 Empire State Of Mind (Part II) Broken Down

Alan Pedder


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