Pixie Lott collaborating with Stevie Wonder, John Legend, Lionel Ritchie... Plus win tickets to her Q Awards show
Pixie Lott has told Q that her collaboration with Stevie Wonder and John Legend on her new album are just the first in a series of hook-ups.
The singer who plays a Q Awards Show on 19 October at the HMV Forum in London, worked with the pair on her second album Young Foolish Happy which is released on 7 November.
"I didn't do any collaborations for my first album, and now I'm doing a couple for this one and I really enjoyed it, so I do want to do more," she explained.
"I've done a couple of other collaborations for other people's albums, like Tinchy Stryder, we've done a song together which is going to go on his album and I did a duet with Lionel Ritchie which is going to go on his duets album. I think bringing other people in gives the song a different edge, especially when someone has a completely different style to you, and it brings something new to the song."
As for the show itself, the singer declared fans will get a preview of the new album.
"I'm really excited," declared Lott. "It's going to be the first gig where I get to sing all my new songs from my album. I feel like the songs are more me as well. I've been singing stuff like Mama Do from the first album for ages so I'm excited to be doing new stuff as well."
You can win free tickets to Lott's show, plus the rest of Q Awards: The Gigs now. The full list of dates are:
Jamie Cullum (18 October)
Pixie Lott (19)
Kaiser Chiefs (21)
Ed Sheeran (22)
Snow Patrol (27)
Along with winning a pair ticketsto the gig of your choice, one lucky winner will also receive £250 to spend on clothing from British heritage brand Merc, see Merc.com for more.
Winners must be over 18. Travel and accommodation are not included. Closing date for all entries is 14 October.
To enter the competition draw, which will be picked at random, all you have to do is fill in the form below:
If you prefer not to take your chances, there are few tickets on sale for a few of the dates, head to Aloud.com for the latest availability.
3:57 PM | 12/10/2011
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