Speaking to Pitchfork’s Ruth Saxelby, he confirmed that he’s been working with both Kelela and Robyn on this new album. Collaborations are also in the works with Blood Orange aka Dev Hynes, with both previously working together on the latter’s ‘Cupid Deluxe’ LP.
He’s also been working with the legendary Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, with Robyn joining in on this collaboration. ‘All of this stuff is work-in-progress for everyone’s albums,’ he explained.
On working with Kelela, Adam said: ‘She’s so much more brave than I am. Her commitment to pushing boundaries has been something that has inspired me to be more daring. It’s really liberating to see other musicians do that.’
The album remains untitled with no confirmed release plans.
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