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Ms Dynamite writes song for Kylie
Kylie Minogue
Kylie Minogue's new album is released on 17 November
R&B star Ms Dynamite has co-written a song for pop queen Kylie Minogue's new album, which is out next month.

Mercury Prize winner Ms Dynamite wrote the track, Secret, with producer Reza Safinia for the Body Language album.

Minogue, who scored a huge hit with Can't Get You Out Of My Head in 2001, is said to have gone in a more funky, dance direction on the new album.

Body Language also features hit songwriter Cathy Dennis and Scritti Politti frontman Green Gartside.

Minogue has also collaborated with producer and chart star Kurtis Mantronik.

Ms Dynamite
Ms Dynamite won the Mercury Music Prize in 2002
A spokesman for Minogue said Ms Dynamite did not work directly with the Australian singer on the song.

"However Kylie did co-write a number of the tracks on the album," she said.

But the song does bring together two of the most successful female artists of recent years.

Minogue has had 23 top 10 hits in the UK and overtook Robbie Williams as the most-played artist on UK radio last year.

Ms Dynamite won the Mercury Music Prize for album of the year in 2002 for her debut A Little Deeper, as well as picking up a string of other awards.

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