Interscope/Zone 4/MosleyFollowing a nearly decade-long hiatus, Keri Hilson is gearing up for her long-awaited return to music.
Tuesday, the “Knock You Down” vocalist provided fans with a brief status update on her follow-up to 2010’s No Boys Allowed.
“I don’t share much, but I’m working my a** off to get you this project,” Hilson captioned an Instagram post of what appeared to a promotional shoot. “Turns out I’ll be a tad behind Summer, but we’re almost there!!”
Back in March, Hilson teased that she would be delivering fresh, new tunes upon summer’s arrival to celebrate the 10th anniversary of her career-defining debut, In a Perfect World. While she may have missed the mark on that timeline, fans were equally thrilled to learn that the singer still intends to keep her word.
While there are little to no details on what Hilson has in store, the Grammy winner has been more vocal than ever this past year regarding her absence from the music industry. In February, she addressed her her hiatus in an open letter to her fans.
“My truth is, I’d love nothing more than to release this incredible music I’ve been ‘sitting on,’” Hilson began in the lengthy Instagram post. “There have been so many blockages, I have constantly fought myself to not directly speak about.”
Keri ended her post with: “I will emerge from this cocoon just as beautifully as I have overcome the other processes in my life that were designed to grow for me!”
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