It's been a few years since Alana Davis scored a hit with Ani DiFranco's "32 Flavors," but she's still thinking about food her second album, Fortune Cookie, is due October 2.
The follow-up to 1997's Blame It on Me features tracks produced by the Neptunes, and the jazzy folk-rocker enlisted Lenny Kravitz bassist Jack Daley for the project. Producer Ed Tuton, who worked on Blame It on Me as well as Eagle-Eye Cherry's Desireless, is back on board for the new album as well, according to Elektra Records.
Tracks include "When You Became King," "God of Love" and "I Want You" in addition to a cover of '80s rappers Whodini's "Friends."
Davis, who credits her jazz-fanatic parents with influencing her style, has no plans to hit the road yet. She toured in 1998 with the H.O.R.D.E. festival.