A French newspaper dropped the news earlier today that the robot duo have ironed out a deal with a new major label, since their previous EMI contract expired after their 2005 album Human After All. It’s unlikely J-Lo had anything to do with the decision, but a few new collab details about the new record have come to light.
From The Hollywood Reporter:
Confirmed details about Daft Punk’s forthcoming fourth album are few and far between, although producer/Chic co-founder Nile Rodgers recently hinted that it would be out in the coming months. Singer/songwriter/ASCAP president Paul Williams, veteran bassist Nathan East, Feist collaborator Chilly Gonzales and legendary disco producer Giorgio Moroder (via a spoken monologue) are among others who have reportedly collaborated with the duo over the past couple of years, although whether and what form their contributions to the album might take is unclear.