Paul McCartney has tapped upbeat producer Youth to work on his next release after 'Memory Almost Full'.
Despite his turbulent personal life following his difficult divorce from model Heather Mills, Paul McCartney is still milking his creative juice by writing his next album. The Beatle is working on the follow up to 2007 "Memory Almost Full" with producer Youth.
He is working on the set in his Icklesham, East Sussex studio. A spokesperson for the artist explained, "Paul started recording last week, but he has been writing for a while. It should be ready by the summer."
Martin "Youth" Glove owns Butterfly Records that have produced for McCartney's albums. Youth is usually known to have produced many upbeat tunes for his artists.
"Memory Almost Full" which was produced by David Kahne peaked at #3 on Billboard Hot 200 chart. McCartney will be headlining a concert at Liverpool's Anfield in June and head for a U.K. tour soon therafter.