Tulisa joins her N-Dubz bandmates Dappy and Fazer in the studio as they hunt for playful social media snaps ahead of their reunion tour
She’s hitting the road again with her old band N-Dubz for a reunion tour.
And on Wednesday, Tulisa was back in the studio with bandmates Dappy and Fazer as they continued to work on new music ahead of their big comeback.
The 33-year-old singer appeared to be having a blast with her friends as she shared a slew of hilarious snaps to Instagram.
Beaming: On Wednesday, Tulisa was back in the studio with her bandmates Dappy and Fazer as they continue to work on new music ahead of their big comeback
Tulisa cut a casual figure in a green cropped sweater paired with black jeans and white trainers as she had a mock argument with Dappy while Fazer stormed out.
Dappy, 35, looked demure in a black tracksuit and shorts, while Fazer, 35, stood out in a light blue hoodie.
It comes after N-Dubz confirmed their return in May with the release of Charmer and the announcement of an upcoming UK tour.
Funny: Tulisa cut a casual figure in a green cropped sweater paired with black jeans and white trainers as she had a fake argument with Dappy while Fazer stormed out
The band enjoyed chart success for more than a decade before disbanding in 2011. After that, Tulisa swapped the cargo pants and trainers for elegant evening dresses while serving as a judge on ITV show The X Factor.
Both of their albums, Uncle B and Against All Odds, went platinum in the UK, while hit single Number One – a collaboration with Tinchy Stryder – reached #1 in the UK Singles Chart.
They also won four MOBO awards; Best Newcomer 2007, Best Album and Best Act 2009 and Best Song 2010 for their single Playing with Fire as well as the 2009 O2 Silver Clef Award.
Work: The singer, 33, appeared to be having a blast with her friends as she shared a slew of hilarious snaps to Instagram
The track was written by the band and produced by Rymez, best known for his work with artists such as Stefflon Don, D Block Europe and Adekunle Gold.
New single Charmer was premiered in one evening by BBC 1 Xtra and will be released immediately after the first play.
Their upcoming Back To The Future Tour will cover many of the UK’s biggest cities and will give fans the chance to hear all their favorite N-Dubz songs live for the first time in 11 years.
A source told The Sun: “Fans have been asking for this for years but the timing has never been right”.
“Finally Tulisa, Dappy and Fazer are all on board and the music they’ve recorded is truly some of their best yet.”
Like old times: The group announced they have reunited 11 years after their split for a tour that will start in November (pictured in 2008)