N-Dubz ‘sign two album deal and following comeback tour

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N-Dubz have reportedly scored a “two album deal with EMI Records” following the end of their comeback tour in December.

The trio are believed to be recording at Grouse Lodge in Westmeath, Ireland, after signing with the Universal Music subsidiary, according to The Sun.

A source told the outlet: “The deal is massive for N-Dubz and their fans.

“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.”

REM, Snow Patrol, Tom Jones, Muse and Sam Fender have previously recorded at the legendary recording studio.

N-Dubz is made up of Dappy, real name Costadinos Contostavlos, 35, his cousin Tulisa Contostavlos and Fazer, real name Richard Rawson, 35.

The band finished up their sold-out UK tour in December, which was marred by reports of in-crowd fights and a cancellation due to Dappy losing his voice.

The Standard has contacted N-Dubz for comment.