Anita Baker Picks Nashville For ‘Blue Note’ Album

Anita Baker is moving forward with plans to record her next album. Planning to work with George Duke, Nathan East and Daniel Moore, Baker is heading to Nashville this Spring. “I’m going to Nashville to mix it up, shake it and see what comes out,” Baker said in a statement Monday. According to the “I Apologize” singer, Nashville was selected as a spot to record in part because, she explains, “they still know how to make a record in analog.” While a release period has not been set for the project, which will also include Baker’s collaboration with Snoop Dogg on a “big, lush” version of Curtis Mayfield’s “Give You My Love” that she promises “is going to raise eyebrows,” the album will be full of fresh material and could be in stores this fall. In related news, Anita Baker will be a headliner at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, taking the stage April 25th.


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