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Tuesday 29 July 2014

Robyn: I'm not done with next album

Robyn is still working on her new music

Robyn has revealed that she is "nowhere near finished" with her sixth album.

The Swedish songstress, whose full name is Robin Miriam Carlsson, admitted that a follow-up album to 2010's three-part Body Talk is nowhere near completion.

"I've started working again. I don't know what it will be - it's too early to say if it's going to be an album, or an EP," the 34-year-old told the Guardian.

"I don't even know if it's going to be my own music. We shall see."

She added: "I see people messaging me on my Twitter and sometimes I feel bad because I'm nowhere near finished with the album - it's probably going to be a while before you hear anything new from me."

There had been speculation that Robyn would be releasing new music with the release of a video for U Should Know Better, a collaboration with Snoop Dogg that originally appeared on Body Talk Pt 2 back in 2010, but she denied it is a prelude for more tracks.

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