Two storied songwriters have found solace in each other’s art and they will head back to the studio for some new creations. Alicia Keys and Emeli Sande seem to have the right chemistry as songwriters and as friends and the two plans to continue to take advantage.
"NYC I'm on my way. Back in the kitchen with Ms @aliciakeys," UK's Sande confirmed recently on Twitter.
Keys previously contributed to Sande’s song “Hope,” a record from her top selling debut album, Our Version of Events while Sande co-wrote Keys’ “Brand New Me” and “Not Even The King” from her latest album, Girl On Fire.
"It came out really naturally, and as people we really connected and as musicians we connected as well," Sande previously told Business Week. "It developed into such a great relationship. It feels like I've really made a friend in the industry."
Keys added to Capitalfm in the pass: "We have just a great chemistry, a great energy. She's a beautiful, incredible artist with a lot to say, I think."
Hopefully these two talented women will cook up something awesome for their fans.