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Nicola Roberts back in the studio as a songwriter
Posted at 8:30 PM, 25 August 2010 -

Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud has been busy working on songwriting. Contrary to rumours that she might be recording a solo album, it has been reported that Nicola was in fact given a publishing deal to write songs that could be used by other acts.

She reportedly said that she doesn't know yet who she was writing her songs for, but they were not for Girls Aloud:

«When I'm not busy with Dainty Doll [Nicola's make-up brand], I'm pretty much just songwriting at the studio. (...) I've always songwritten anyway throughout the band and I have a publishing deal. It's something that I love to do and I'm really passionate about.»

She added: «It's nice that we have the time to do it. I don't know [who I'd like to write for]. [I've written] for Girls Aloud and I was lucky that Brian and Miranda from Xenomania chose some of my songs for the Girls Aloud stuff, so that was really nice.»

Some of the Girls Aloud songs she co-wrote include "It's Magic", "I Say A Prayer For You" and "I Don't Really Hate You"

So far, the only Girls Aloud member that has released Xenomania-produced solo tracks was Sarah Harding, for the St Trinian's 2 soundtrack. Cheryl Tweedy and Nadine Coyle were also in the Xenomania studios to work on solo material, but those songs have yet to see the light of day.

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Blogger daavid said...

We'll see how good a songwriter she turns out to be... but I wish she'd go ahead and record her own songs herself. She has a beautiful voice!

August 26, 2010 at 4:37 AM  

Blogger ana silva said...

Yes, I really miss her voice. I could listen to "It's Magic" on repeat for hours...

August 26, 2010 at 9:28 AM  

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