Music legend Dionne Warwick has enlisted a star-studded roster for a new duets album, Feels So Good, scheduled for release this May.
According to USA Today, the 72-year-old GRAMMY hall of famer recruited the vocal stylings of her friends Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Ne-Yo, Cee Lo Green and Ziggy Marley for a 10-track album of new songs and covers of classic hits.
“I’m thrilled to release a new project with some of today’s great singers and songwriters,” Warwick said in a statement. “Throughout my career, I’ve always enjoyed creating music through collaboration and this experience has been no different. The fresh energy with these artists, producers and my new label is truly inspiring.”
This duets project will be released on her son’s newly formed record label, Damon Elliot Music Group. Warwick, best known for her numerous hits like “That’s What Friends Are For” “Walk On By” and “I Say A Little Prayer” was also recently nominated for a GRAMMY award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for her album Now.
Additional artists and song titles will be announced soon. Check dionnewarwick.us for updates on the project.