The sampler, which arrives via YouTube, features 50-second snippets of all the songs that will appear in the pop singer's upcoming twelfth album.
A month before dropping "Kiss Me Once", Kylie Minogue gave fans previews of the songs that will appear in the new album. The album sampler, arriving via YouTube on Monday, February 17, features 50-second snippets of each new song.
Minogue previews "Into the Blue", her newest single which was written by Kelly Sheehan. Described by the star as "euphoric return to the dancefloor," the song was debuted in late January. Its accompanying music video was unveiled earlier this month.
The Australia-born singer also shares the snippet of "Beautiful", her collaboration with Enrique Iglesias. The track, which was recently premiered on a British radio, will also appear in the Latin singer's upcoming album "Sex + Love".
Other previewed songs include "Les Sex" which she performed at a recent show at a London pub, "Kiss Me Once" that she co-wrote with Australian singer/songwriter Sia Furler, "Sexy Love" and "Sexercize".
Minogue recently talked about her upcoming album and blamed some sex-related songs in the record on Sia. "Sia is executive producer with me, which is amazing and a little dream come true, and there was a certain point on the album where we had countless songs, and she said, 'we need some sex on there.. we need a hot song,' " she explained in an interview.
"Next thing I know there's 'Sexy Love', 'Sexercize' and 'Les Sex'! And even looking at the album titles, trying to figure out what makes it on the album, I thought 'I can't really do that,' and then I thought 'yeah, I really have to do that because they're all really great songs.' And I couldn't call them anything else, because that's what they are," she added.
Marking Minogue's twelfth studio album, "Kiss Me Once" is set to arrive in the U.S. on March 18.