Nearly a year after first announcing she and longtime collaborator Ja Rule were hard at work on a long-awaited joint album, Ashanti‘s doubling down on the comment (as revealed in a recent interview with PEOPLE).
While traipsing the promo trail in support of her latest film, ‘Stuck’ (in theaters April 19), the Grammy-winner – nearly four years removed from her last studio effort ‘Braveheart’ – was quizzed on any forthcoming musical ventures. Already revealing that she was eyeing a summer 2019 release date for new solo music (click here to read more on that), she took the opportunity to discuss her “brother” Ja and reaffirm news the ‘Always on Time’ duo will be dropping a duet LP.
Taking to PEOPLE, the 38-year-old revealed:
“We have some shows together. He’s definitely gonna be working on stuff and we’re gonna be doing some stuff together as well. We’re still on the path to dropping a joint album,” Ashanti added. “I think that should be kind of cool, too.”
As of time reported, there is no tentative release date for the project.