N-Dubz have reportedly landed a ‘massive two album deal with EMI Records’ which is part of industry giant Universal Music.
The band are said to be secretly recording in ‘s old studio after their huge comeback tour came to an end in December.
A source told : ‘The deal is massive for N-Dubz and their fans.’
New music: N-Dubz have reportedly landed a ‘massive two album deal with EMI Records’ which is part of industry giant Universal Music
The insider continued: takipçi satın alma ‘For years it looked like they were never going to reunite but after the success of their tour they found themselves with multiple offers on the table.
‘They are now signed to EMI for two new albums and are recording at Grouse Lodge Residential Recording Studios in Ireland – an hour outside of Dublin.
‘In terms of when fans will get to hear the songs everything is still up in the air but hopefully by the time their summer shows kick off at least a couple of tracks will have been released.’
N-Dubz is made up of Dappy, real name Costadinos Contostavlos, 35, – his cousin Tulisa and Fazer, real name Richard Rawson, 35.
Exciting: The band are said to be secretly recording in Michael Jackson’s old studio after their huge comeback tour came to an end in December
The N-Dubz tour which had mixed reviews from those who went to see them.
While their sell-out tour delighted their hardcore fans, the gigs were marred by tales of in-crowd fights and a cancellation due to Dappy losing his voice.
At the start of December, their latest gig at London’s o2 was beset with further woes as a source told MailOnline the band were 40 minutes late to take to the stage.
Talent: N-Dubz is made up of Dappy, real name Costadinos Contostavlos, 35, – his cousin Tulisa and Fazer, real name Richard Rawson, 35
They said: ‘They were supposed to start at 9pm but didn’t come on until 9.40pm. Everyone was getting restless and there were multiple fights in the crowds.
‘We told the stewards who had called police but there was glass on the floor and on a broken vodka bottle on the toilet floor as well. We actually left after a few songs because we didn’t feel safe.’
An insider later told MailOnline: ‘They were 20 minutes late. The usual stage time every time is 9pm, but they went on at 9.20pm.
‘Also – glass isn’t allowed in the O2 arena floor. It’s only plastic cups. No glass was on sale at the venue.’