Keri Hilson Addresses Comeback Album Rumors: 'It's Just Not Ready'

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Keri Hilson at Gold Room on May 21, 2015 in Atlanta. 

It's been a little over five years since Keri Hilson delivered her second studio effort, 2010's No Boys Allowed.

Now, the singer/songwriter is quietly chipping away at her comeback with a new album titled L.I.A.R. (an acronym for Love Is a Religion).

Following reports that her single "Again" would drop Friday and her LP later this year, the "Pretty Girl Rock" singer set the record straight on Twitter.

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"THEY issued a fake press release," she wrote, referencing DJ Khaled's oft-used "They," a cryptic term used to describe non-believers. "THEY have good info tho: Again IS jammin/LIAR IS the album but it's just not ready. Soon! #nevertrustTHEY."

A source from Timbaland's Mosley Music Group, where Hilson is signed, also confirmed the news to Billboard.

The songstress added, "P.S., Your excitement means EVERYTHING to me."

No release date for L.I.A.R. or "Again" has been announced.