Danger Mouse Is Reportedly Producing Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Next Album
Details surrounding the project remain elusive, but the L.A. rockers shared a photo of frontman Anthony Kiedis in the studio, confirming work on their latest full-length is already underway. When it does arrive, the album will serve as a follow-up to 2011’s I’m With You.
Billboard also reports that Danger Mouse has signed a deal with Columbia Records to launch his own label, 30th Century. He’s also said to be producing Adele’s long-awaited third LP. Most recently, the producer has worked with the likes of A$AP Rocky, U2, the Black Keys, Broken Bells and Portugal. The Man.
Before he was back in the studio working on new RHCP material, drummer Chad Smith made a cameo at a recent Foo Fighters concert in New York City. Smith got behind the kit for a cover of Rod Stewart’s “Stay With Me,” while the Foos drummer Taylor Hawkins tackled the vocals.