January 17, 2002 14:53


And the soul star has also announced a UK tour...

Angie Stone has recently been recording with Modjo, and has announced details of two UK shows.

Angie Stone will play two nights at the London Shepherds Bush Empire (March 3-4) in support of her new album 'Mahogany Soul'. Tickets for the shows are on sale now, priced £17.50.

In related news, Angie Stone has been working with Modjo on a track that may feature on the follow-up to his multi-platinum 'Play'.

She told music website www.sonicnet.com: "Originally he wanted me to do a song for his new album called 'Jam for the Ladies' which is an uptempo song that features myself and MC Lyte.

"It went so well, he said, 'I have another song on my album which I want you to do, a ballad.' Of course I lost my mind. He gave me three tracks for my new project that I'm starting to work on.

"We're doing a third song that Modjo has been slated to do the music for. I'm truly blessed to be in that equation. He's probably the most organised human being I know. Just gifted."

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