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Hilary Duff is back in the studio. The new mom has made her long awaited return to music, and has been busy recording new tunes for a new album, her first album in five years.
“Rushing to the studio to record...!!!” she tweeted this week.
Hilary, who played around in the recording studio while pregnant with her son, Luca Cruz, is working with songwriter Ali Tamposi, the woman behind Kelly Clarkson’s hit song “Stronger.” She is also working with rocker Jason Evigan and has teamed up with producer Mitch Allan. Allan worked with Hilary on the song “Happy,” a song featured on her last album, Dignity, which was released in 2007. Allan has also worked with other artists like Daughtry and Simple Plan.
Hilary, 24, hopes to release new music by the end of the year. In an interview with People Magazine, she said her new music will be positive and fun.
She described it as “pop-dance music that makes you feel good and sends a positive message.”
Duff has even more projects in the works that her fans can get excited about. This week, she tweeted about reading scripts. She also gave fans a preview of her next novel, True, which is due out next year.
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