According to MTV News,
Seal and producer of his first two albums, Trevor Horn, have pushed aside
their differences and are now reported to be working together on Seal's
The two split almost a year ago, when it was reported
that Seal was unhappy with Horn's over-production of his third album.
Since then, Seal departed label ZTT, which is co-owned by Horn,
to join Warner Bros, and subsequently employed Stu Levine
to take over production of the album.
That the two are working on the forthcoming album raises the
question "Will this delay the album further?". With this
news, it is anyone's guess whether Seal will decide to
re-record all of the tracks on the album, or to go ahead
with those already wrapped up.
Maybe that September release isn't looking so positive after all...