No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani has no intention of making another solo record.
Stefani has made the claims as No Doubt prepare to release their first album in ten years – Push and Shove – later this month.
Following the band’s last studio album Rock Steady in 2001, Stefani made two hugely-successful solo records during the band’s hiatus – Love Angel Music Baby and The Sweet Escape. She created the albums with mega-famed producers Dr Dre and The Neptunes.
“It was fun to experiment and work with outside writers but it was intimidating,” Stefani told The Sun.
“Walking into a session with somebody you think is a genius, and they’re sitting there going, ‘I work with everyone – what have you got?’ And you’re, like, ‘Not much. I don’t even know how I wrote a song’. It’s such a vulnerable situation to put yourself in.”
Stefani went on to say that her solo phase is now out of her system – and she’s extremely happy being in No Doubt.
“I never need to do that or want to do it again. I’m happy being in No Doubt. And it’s nice to have a record where there’s no fat on it.”