N-Dubz is back in the studio recording the long-awaited new album | Entertainment

N-Dubz have recorded their long awaited comeback album.

The ‘Charmer’ group – comprised of Dappy, Fazer and Tulisa – were reported earlier this year that they had signed a two-album deal after getting back together last year, and now Tulisa has confirmed work on the The follow-up to their 2010 album, Love Live Life, is in full swing.

Sharing studio footage on Instagram, she captioned the clip: “Come and take a little tour of N-Dubz Residential Recording Studio during downtime after freestyle shoot.

“We just spent 5 weeks here to finish recording the new N-Dubz album. It was an experience, what a trip! Good times! (sic)”

In January, news broke that the trio had landed a “massive” deal with EMI following the success of their comeback tour last year.

A source previously said: “The deal is tremendous for N-Dubz and their fans.

“For years it seemed like they would never reunite, but following the success of their tour, they found themselves with multiple offers on the table.

“They are now signed to EMI for two new albums and recording at Grouse Lodge Residential Recording Studios in Ireland – an hour outside of Dublin.

“When fans will hear the songs is anyone’s guess, but hopefully at least a few tracks will have been released by the time their summer shows begin.

The reunited trio have a number of concerts planned for 2023, including a performance at the Isle of Wight Festival.

In addition, the band will play the Brighton Valley Concert Series on July 7th, with an appearance at the Margate Summer Series the following day.

They will be in Scarborough on July 20th, followed by dates at Gunnersbury Park, London (August 11th) and The Bay Series, Cardiff (September 8th).

As part of the summer tour, the band also announced shows at Telford’s QEII Arena (July 9), Ferrington Country Park in Sunderland (July 21) and CSM Stadium in Colywyn Bay (July 22).


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