Singer-turned-priest Sinead O'connor is staging a comeback by recording a new reggae album in Jamaica.

The Irish star announced her retirement from music two years ago (03), but is now working with producers SLY DUNBAR and ROBBIE SHAKESPEARE on an album of reggae protest songs.

Insiders claim the album will feature collaborations with some of Jamaica's top reggae stars.

Meanwhile, duets O'Connor has recorded in the past with the likes of PETER GABRIEL and Bono will be unearthed for a new hits album, COLLABORATIONS, which is scheduled for release in June (05).

The singer's new reggae album is expected to be released later this year (05).

31/03/2005 09:03