Bloc Party's Kele Okereke working on solo album

Frontman planning own musical career during band hiatus

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Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke is set to work on a solo album, it has been revealed.

Producer Hudson Mohawke told BBC Radio 1xtra that he may be working on the record with Okereke.

Bloc Party have just completed a UK tour and are set to go on hiatus.

"It hasn't been finalised yet, but I'm doing a bit of stuff for Kele from Bloc Party's solo album," the producer said. "He's doing a record with one of the guys from Spank Rock."

Hudson Mohawke, real name Ross Birchard, also said that he was set to work with Erykah Badu at some point in the future.

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