Keri Hilson Addresses Comeback Album Rumors: 'It's Just Not Ready'
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.
"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."
THEY issued a fake press release. THEY have good info tho: Again IS jammin/LIAR IS the album but it's just not ready. Soon! #nevertrustTHEY— Keri Hilson (@KeriHilson) March 17, 2016
A source from Timbaland's Mosley Music Group, where Hilson is signed, also confirmed the news to Billboard.
P.S.,— Keri Hilson (@KeriHilson) March 17, 2016
Your excitement means EVERYTHING to me. ------------
The songstress added, "P.S., Your excitement means EVERYTHING to me."
No release date for L.I.A.R. or "Again" has been announced.