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ADAMS SINGLES RONAN OUT

The Canadian chart-topper tells [b]nme.com[/b] his contribution will be [b]Ronan[/b]'s follow-up to [b]'Life Is A Rollercoaster'[/b]...

Bryan Adams has co-written a track on RONAN KEATING's forthcoming solo album, and the Canadian rocker claims its going to be the current chart-topper's next single, nme.com can reveal.

"Ronan has recorded 'The Way You Make Me Feel' for his new album and it's going to be his next single which is kind of sweet," he told nme.com, "It's a beautiful version and I sing harmony on the record."

Adams added that it was "quite flattering" to be asked to write for the Boyzone frontman.

However, a spokesperson for Keating said that though it was not out of the question that the Adams-penned track would the next single, no firm decision had been taken on it or release date yet.

Adams has an impressive recent track record of collaborations with some of the biggest names in pop.

'Don't Give Up' with Chicane went to number one and 'When You're Gone' with Spice Girl Mel C went to Number three in the UK.

And Keating entered the UK chart in the top slot last Sunday (July 16) with 'Life Is A Rollercoaster', his second solo single. He will release his debut album 'Ronan' through Polydor on July 31.

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