"It was such a pleasant surprise to hear Ne-Yo’s full bodied voice and the sensitive approach he gave to ‘A House Is Not A Home.' Being in the studio with him was an absolute pleasure and I hope we can do it again," Warwick told Billboard.
The album will also feature four new duets.
"Feels So Good" – which counts as Warwick's 28th project to date – is packed with star-studded guest appearances and family including Jamie Foxx, Cee Lo Green, Gladys Knight, Billy Ray Cyrus, Eric Paslay, Cyndi Lauper, Mya, Ruben Studdard, Phil Driscoll, Ziggy Marley, Warwick’s granddaughter, Cheyenne Elliott, and son, David Elliott.
"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 Bright Music Records/ Caroline is truly inspiring."