Planning retirement from modeling before turning 35, Kate Moss eyes to build a career as a singer.
Top model Kate Moss will reportedly resign from walking-on-the-runway business and step into the music industry. "She has told everyone she won't carry on modeling after she turns 35 ... song writing and being a singer will slowly take over," a source reveals.
Previously, Kate co-wrote four songs, including "You Talk", "French Dog Blues", "Baddie's Boogie", and "Deft Left Hand" for Pete Doherty's band, Babyshambles. The singles then appeared on the band's sophomore album "Shotter's Nation", which has been released since October 2007.
Besides that, Kate also reportedly entered song-writing room with The Kills' guitarist Jamie Hince before they broke up. "Kate says, 'It's all about Lila. She knows which songs are good and which are rubbish so I go by her,'" the source explained about her previous music project with her two ex-lovers.