Pixie Lott to collaborate with Stevie Wonder

Singer announces high profile collaborations for second album

Pixie Lott to collaborate with Stevie Wonder

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Pixie Lott has collaborated with Stevie Wonder and John Legend on her second album, which is set for release on November 7.

According to the pop star, the follow-up to 2009's 'Turn It Up', will also see her plough more personal ground than her debut did.

Of the collaboration with Wonder, she said: "I've been such a massive fan [of Stevie Wonder] for so many years, it's crazy to actually see him in the flesh."

"I met his family and his wife, I spoke to him for a while and he's such a legend." Speaking to Newsbeat, she added that their collaboration was a "feel good, throwback record," which Wonder adds harmonica to.

She said that the Legend collaboration was a "very vocal" number. She said: "I'm a massive fan of John Legend so I was really really excited and happy about that."

Lott also stated: "I'm not afraid to use my personal experiences and put them into a song... I think that's when you get the best stuff anyway, when it's real emotion."

Her new single 'All About Tonight' was debuted on The Chris Moyles Show yesterday (July 11).

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