The pop star will be back with a new album this summer after penning hits for Katy Perry and Taio Cruz
Bonnie McKee hasn’t released an album since her 2004 debut, “Trouble.” The songwriting powerhouse has been focusing her efforts on creating hits for the likes of Katy Perry and Taio Cruz, co-writing chart-topping singles such as “California Gurls,” “Teenage Dream,” “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.),” and “Dynamite.” That doesn’t mean she hasn’t been working on her own material, however. In a recent interview with Billboard, the crimson-haired pop star revealed that she is currently finishing up a new album.
“I am putting out an album this summer on Epic,” McKee said at the pre-Grammy MusiCares event in Los Angeles, where Bruce Springsteen was recognized as the Person of The Year. “L.A. Reid was honored at the Grammys this year so I’m honored to be working with him. He’s a legend.”
The road to another solo set has been delayed by her numerous songwriting gigs -- not a bad problem to have.