Gwen Stefani has decided to put plans for another No Doubt album on hold, at least for now. Her debut solo album, Love, Angel, Music, Baby has sold over 7 million copies worldwide. Now, Stefani has plans to pen another solo album just in time for the Christmas rush.
With at least seven songs in the can, including her fave "Orange County Girl", Stefani would like to prove that selling 7 million copies worldwide is not a fluke. Other song titles include "Candyland", "Breaking Up", and "Wind It Up". She is currently working with producer Pharell, who helmed the popular, "Hollaback Girl".
Between writing songs for her new LP, starting her L.A.M.B. clothing line, and her fall tour, Stefani even had time to lend her vocals to Pharell's new single, "Can I Have It Like That" for his solo album, In My Mind. Busy as she might be, Stefani would still like to reunite with band members of No Doubt to create a new album, she just doesn't know when that will happen yet. Stephani tells NME, "That's the plan. I really didn't know that it would take so long to make Love, Angel, Music, Baby. Then we ended up putting a greatest hits record out and that took up time. We went on tour. It was amazing. I never intended for this record to take so long, but I want to ride this wave while it's out there."
Writer: Robert Frezza