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Gwen Stefani will unveil her first solo material early next month in the form of the single "What You Waiting For?" The No Doubt frontwoman's as-yet-untitled album will arrive Nov. 23 via Interscope.Gwen Stefani will unveil her first solo material early next month in the form of the single "What You Waiting For?" The No Doubt frontwoman's as-yet-untitled album will arrive Nov. 23 via Interscope. The set sports contributions from OutKast's Andre 3000, Linda Perry, Nellee Hooper and No Doubt bassist Tony Kanal, who co-wrote the tracks "Serious" and "Crash."
Stefani is also readying the fall collection in her L.A.M.B. clothing line and will make her big-screen debut in December playing actress Jean Harlow in the Howard Hughes biopic "The Aviator."
The other members of No Doubt are busy with a variety of projects. Kanal is working with new artist Elan Atias on his debut album, due next year via Interscope. Sessions have been undertaken in Jamaica and Miami with such producers as Sly & Robbie and Steven "Lenky" Marsden.
Drummer Adrian Young has lent his talents to Unwritten Law on tracks intended for the group's next Lava studio album, while guitarist Tom Dumont is working "on a environmentally friendly home landscaping project," according to No Doubt's official Web site.
Amid all this activity, Interscope will on Oct. 12 release the DVD "Live in the Tragic Kingdom" and the B-sides/rarities collection "Everything in Time." Both items were previously only available as part last year's "Boom Box" boxed set.