Kylie Minogue discusses working with Pharrell Williams and Roc-Nation

Australian popstar recently signed up to Jay-Z's management roster

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Kylie Minogue has discussed her next album, which she has worked on with Pharrell Williams.

The pop star recently joined Jay-Z's Roc Nation management roster, alongside Rihanna, Solange, MIA and the Ting Tings. Speaking to Rolling Stone about her new material, Minogue maintained that it would still have her "DNA" but that she is trying out new styles: "It's bringing out something different in me, which is cool," she tells the US publication.

"I need to know what it is to do something different – different style of delivery, different beats, different subject matter. I think that I am a natural chameleon, so that floats my boat. I will maintain the DNA of what a Kylie track is, just because I'm on it. I like to try move the goalpost and experiment with different sounds. I can't tell you exactly what it is. I couldn't really describe it yet. But I can tell you I'm having a lot of fun in the process."

Kylie Minogue's arrival at Roc Nation was revealed earlier this year with the company releasing a statement which read: "We would like to welcome Aussie singer, recording artist, songwriter, actress and designer Kylie Minogue to the Roc Nation family!"

"In a career now spanning 25 years, Kylie has released 11 studio albums, two live CDs, eight live concert DVDs, a greatest hits double album, and multiple video packages. She has released over 50 hit singles worldwide, including the Grammy-winning 'Come Into My World', and has sold more than 68 million albums worldwide. Needless to say, we’re excited to have Kylie join the Roc fam."

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